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Events Diary for December 2015 Key: Awards Training Festival Deadline Event
13th October - 1st December 2015 Beginners Screenwriting – Stephen Walsh - Filmbase 
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Eight evenings devoted to exploring the ins and outs of scriptwriting, geared towards those with little or no previous experience in the field. €265 Members / €295 Non-Members

20th October - 12th December 2015 Screen Studio Academy: Writers Intensive Lab - Filmbase 
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The Screen Studio Academy Writers Intensive Lab is designed to develop techniques for writing and rewriting drama for the screen and with the goal of achieving a professional level of screenplays.

Tuesdays and Thursdays €380 Members / €420 Non-Members.


1st December 2015 DEADLINE for the MEDIA Sub-Programme of Creative Europe's Selective Scheme 
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The Selective support scheme aims to foster the wider trans-national distribution of recent non-national European films by encouraging theatrical distributors in particular to invest in promotion and adequate distribution of non-national European films.

1st December 2015 Creative Europe MEDIA's Cinema Distribution - Selective Scheme DEADLINE 
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The Selective support scheme aims to foster the wider trans-national distribution of recent non-national European films by encouraging theatrical distributors in particular to invest in promotion and adequate distribution of non-national European films. The scheme also aims to encourage the development of links between the production and distribution sector thus improving the competitive position of non-national European films.

3rd December 2015 Creative Europe MEDIA's TV Programming support scheme DEADLINE 
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This scheme is aimed at independent European production companies who wish to receive support to produce fiction, creative documentaries or animated films involving no less than three broadcasters in different member states of the European Union. The TV Programming scheme aims to help European independent production companies produce television programmes with the potential to circulate within the European Union and beyond.

3rd December 2015 The Foundry’s Joe Crawley and Courtney Pryce - Tyrell CCT 
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The Foundry is a global developer of computer graphics, visual effects (VFX) and 3D design software for the design, visualization and entertainment industries and they will display an array of NUKE updates as well as new features coming soon. There will also be prizes on the day as well as food and drink.

4th December 2015 Irish Film Board Production & Distribution Application - DEADLINE 
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Irish Film Board Production & Distribution decisions will generally be reached within 6-8 weeks of the submission deadline.

5th December 2015 TV Production, Direction & Presentation Course - The Park Studio 
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This course will provide practical, hands-on experience in all aspects of TV with an emphasis on Presentation and Direction.

5th-6th December 2015 Introduction to Rhino (Level 1) - Screen Training Ireland 
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This workshop will offer an introduction to Rhino 3D software (Rhino 5 for PC). The course will cover the following: • The Rhino system: navigation, menus, modelling set-up and mode functions • Precision modelling • Curves, display and editing • Intermediate edit and surfacing commands • Advanced surfacing and solids • Customise Rhino toolbars and workspaces (time allowing) Courseware 3DM files will be provided and Level 1 manual is PDF format.

7th-12th December 2015 GRIP for Feature Film course with Michael Uva at Kerry Training Centre 
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Michael G. Uva is a well-respected key grip in Hollywood, with over 32 years of experience in film, TV, movies, and commercials. Credits include films such as ‘Easy A’, ‘Kalifornia’, and ‘Iron Eagle’, and shows such as ‘The League’, ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’, and ‘Bones’. ‘The Grip Book’ has been described as the go-to reference book for anyone in the film and TV business, particularly anyone who wants to become a grip. Michael began working on the book in 1987 while he was working on the movie ‘The Big Easy’. He started writing notes to help other crew members understand movie set terminology and now over 25 years later the book is in its’ fifth edition.

7th December 2015 Two Masters One Venue - Gréasán na Meán Skillnet 
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Gréasán na Meán Skillnet are to host ‘Two Masters One Venue’ on Monday, December 7th, which will take iPhone/iPad Video Content for Social Media Platforms as well as Creating Social/Digital Media.

8th December 2015 Open Days in Dublin and Galway campuses - Pulse College 
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Pulse College interactive open events provide the perfect opportunity for you to speak to tutors and staff about the courses at Pulse College and career paths in the creative media industry. You will get to experience our studios and facilities for their Audio, Music, Film, Games and Animation Development courses. Experience Workshops, Demos, Sample Lecture’s, talks from Industry Professionals, and see for yourself what life as a student at Pulse College is like!

11th December 2015 The Graft of the Craft: How Can Irish Scriptwriters Make a Living? - Screen Training Ireland 
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This seminar in association with The Writers Guild of Ireland will consist of a panel of three writers who have extensive experience writing for more than one sector in the Irish industry. Between them they have written many successful stage plays, television drama series, radio plays, feature films and web series. The panel will address the overall question as to whether Irish scriptwriters can make a living writing scripts for the Irish industry. Within this topic, they will give advice on how best to work across multiple sectors; whether multi-sector writing beats specialisation in one sector; whether different sectors demand different skill sets and how to actually pay the bills while you’re doing all of this!

12th December 2015 European Film Awards Ceremony in Berlin 
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Of Irish interest are the nominations for Song of the Sea and the Costume Design of Irish co-production The Lobster.

17th December 2015 Creative Europe MEDIA's Film Festival Support Scheme DEADLINE 
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This scheme supports a number of film festivals throughout Europe that promote European cinema. One of its priorities is to support audience development as a means of stimulating interest in and improving access to European audiovisual works. Applications for festival support must include Audience Development initiatives, in particular initiatives aimed at young audiences.

18th December 2015 Animation Dingle FINAL DEADLINE 
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Animation Dingle is an annual event each March, that comes together to celebrate the best Animation Features, Series and Shorts that the Irish Animation industry has to offer. Animation Dingle is a major component of the Dingle International Film Festival, running jointly alongside the main event for the last 3 years, now established as a core component of its screenings, speakers and activities.

   


 
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