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Events Diary for January 2016 Key: Awards Training Festival Deadline Event
1st-11th January 2016 2016 Palm Springs International Film Festival 
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Irish actors Michael Fassbender and Saoirse Ronan will recieve International Star Awards at the world-renowned festival for their performances in Steve Jobs and Brooklyn, respectively.

8th January 2016 The First Draft And Beyond - Screen Training Ireland DEADLINE for applications 
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This intensive, project-based, development programme is aimed at screenwriters and creative teams behind first and second-time Feature Films. Participants should have a strong film project ready to progress from outline to first draft, or from first to revised draft. Eight projects will be chosen to take part. Following the opening workshops on the craft of screenwriting, participants will then have one-on-one input and guidance on their own scripts.

9th January 2016 Open Day - Pulse College 
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Pulse College are hosting a specific CAO Info Event on Sat 9th January at 11am for those interested in pursuing a career in Music Production and Film & TV Production! Come and explore our 3-Year BA (Hons) in Music Production (CAO Code GC 455) and our 3-Year BA in Film & Television Production (CAO Code GC 466). Both of these CAO courses are delivered in partnership with Griffith College.

10th January 2016 2016 Golden Globe Awards 
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A very big Irish presence will descend on California as Room is nominated for three awards including Best Picture, as well as Best Actress (Brie Larson) and Best Screenplay (Emma Donoghue). Saoirse Ronan is also nominated for Brooklyn, Michael Fassbender for Steve Jobs, Caitriona Balfe for Outlander while Game of Thrones is nominated for Best Drama Series

15-16 January 2016 Talking Documentary Seminar - Galway Film Centre 
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Talking Documentary, Galway Film Centre’s annual Film and TV seminar will take place on January 15th and 16th, 2016 with special guests Asif Kapadia (‘Amy’, ‘Senna’) and Sean McAllister (‘A Syrian Love Story’).

19th January 2016 Words and Pictures: A Commentary Writing Workshop - Screen Training Ireland and Galway Film Centre 
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In this one-day masterclass in association with the Galway Film Centre, good factual commentary writing is explored structurally: not just as a practical how-to, but also as a key component of film language, as integral to story-telling as good directing, good interviews and good music. The course is discursive and interactive bringing together history, criticism, producers’ responsibilities, influences and resources with a wealth of clips and examples. It is ideal if you find commentary writing tough and unrewarding. It also provides insights into why some commentary works while some doesn’t.

19th January 2016 Commentary Writing Masterclass - Screen Training Ireland and Galway Film Centre 
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Screen Training Ireland and the Galway Film Centre will hold a one day Commentary Writing Masterclass on Tuesday January 19th in Galway city. This is part of a series of seminars on writing for non-drama television. This masterclass is tutored by UK executive producer, Patrick Uden, who is called on by broadcasters and indies to hone and tighten the commentary on their key series.

20th January 2016 DKIT Springboard Animation Course - DEADLINE 
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DKIT are running another springboard animation course starting in late January 2016, with the closing date for applications being Friday, 20th January 2016. The Certificate in 2D/3D Digital Animation Production will equip participants with skills in both 2D design & 3D computer animation, teamwork and project management. Students will gain vital knowledge of the production pipeline alongside software skills in programs such as Adobe PhotoShop, After Effects along with Maya for 3D and Adobe Premiere Pro.

20th January 2016 National Television Awards UK 
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Hosted by Dermot O'Leary, there will be many Irish eyes watching as Dublin actor Aidan Turner is nominated for Best Performance. Also of Irish interest is the nomination of Graham Norton for Best Entertainment Performance with The Graham Norton Show also getting a nomination for Best Entertainment Programme. Northern Irish shot series Game of Thrones is nominated in the International strand.

21st-31st January 2016 The 2016 Sundance Film Festival 
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The 2016 Sundance Film Festival has a record number of Irish entries with six features and one short selected to screen at the world-renowned festival. Feature films Viva, The Lobster, Mammal, Sing Street and Love & Friendship will all screen as well as documentary The Land of the Enlightened and short film A Coat Made Dark.

26th January 2016 Gréasán na Meán Skillnet present creative seminar for Social Media Era 
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Gréasán na Meán Skillnet will present a creative seminar for the Social Media Era featuring Glen Mulcahy and Damien Mulley, Tuesday 26th January at Connemara Coast Hotel, Galway.

27th-30th January 2016 The First Draft And Beyond - Screen Training Ireland 
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This intensive, project-based, development programme is aimed at screenwriters and creative teams behind first and second-time Feature Films. Participants should have a strong film project ready to progress from outline to first draft, or from first to revised draft. Eight projects will be chosen to take part. Following the opening workshops on the craft of screenwriting, participants will then have one-on-one input and guidance on their own scripts.

29th January 2016 Irish Film Board Development Application - DEADLINE 
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Irish Film Board Development decisions will generally be reached within 6-8 weeks of the submission deadline.

29th January 2016 RTÉ Entertainment proposals for Brendan O'Connor Panel - DEADLINE for applications 
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RTÉ Entertainment is seeking proposals from suitably experienced production companies for a topical panel show in which Brendan O’Connor and a panel of regular guests take a wry, provocative and thoroughly entertaining look at the week’s news and events.

29th January 2016 International Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts Awards (AACTA) 
Taking place in Los Angeles, Irish actors Saoirse Ronan and Michael Fassbender are both nominated as well as Brie Larson for Lenny Abrahamson's Room.

30th January 2016 2016 Screen Actors Guild Awards 
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Irish actors Saoirse Ronan (Brooklyn) and Michael Fassbender (Steve Jobs) are nominated and there is also nominations for Brie Larson and Jacob Tremblay from Irish film Room and the cast of Game of Thrones is also up for an award.

30th January 2016 Deadline for Screen Training Ireland's ASSET Programme 
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ASSET training fund is aimed at specialist design skills for digital and physical production. ASSET is a flexible and bespoke training initiative led entirely by the individual participant. The scheme is targeted at design skills for digital and physical production with particular emphasis on specialist technology and design skills, including software training and cutting edge international industry practice.

30th-31st January 2016 Lighting Workshop & Beginners Photoshop with Aidan Maguire - Galway Film Centre 
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This fast-paced, practical workshop is aimed at beginners and those who wish to refresh their skills in lighting technique. It will teach a systematic method to correctly light for different scenarios when filming with digital video cameras.

   


 
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