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Events Diary for October 2016 Key: Awards Training Festival Deadline Event
14th - 16th October, 2016 The Golden Blasters - The National Irish Science Fiction Film Festival 
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The Golden Blasters (The National Irish Science Fiction Film Awards) is a film festival dedicated to short science fiction, fantasy and horror stories. We aim to bring the best speculative fiction around and expose more people to the wonderful art of the short film.

Friday, October 14th 2016 Application Deadline - EURODOC 2017 
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Each year, Eurodoc is the opportunity to bring together a wide variety of professionals, with different skills and backgrounds – making for an extremely rewarding experience for those who participate in our groups.

October 15th, 2016 Film Industry Open Day - Screen Training Ireland 
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Screen Training Ireland/The Irish Film Board and Troy Studios will host a special open day event in Limerick on SATURDAY 15th OCTOBER, to offer attendees a full overview of working in film, as well as an opportunity to meet professional film crew and talent.

The open day is ideally suited to school leavers, jobseekers, new entrants to the labour market, graduates, and those seeking diverse exciting job opportunities. The open day will give you the chance to hear from some of the industry’s most experienced professionals about how film production works, how the set operates and about the different aspects of production.


October 15th-17th 2017 Offline Film Festival 2017 
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OFFline Film Festival is an exciting event for film lovers and makers alike. Irish and international films are screened in an array of quirky venues around the town to enthusiastic audiences.

October 18th-21st 2016 Cinekid Professionals Conference 
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Cinekid for Professionals is an international industry event during the Cinekid Festival in October that brings together TV buyers, producers, distributors, directors, networks, sales agents, entertainment companies, academics and journalists who maintain a laser focus on children’s media.

19th - 23rd October 2016 Kerry Film Festival 2016 
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Kerry Film Festival is an internationally recognised Irish Short Film Festival. The festival takes place in the beautiful town of Killarney, Co. Kerry in the south west of Ireland from the 19th to the 23rd of October 2016.


19th Oct - 9th Nov, 2016 The Actors’ Intensive Comedy with Sue Collins 
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The Art of Comedy This four week intensive comedy course is aimed at professionals and non-professionals. The four three hour workshops cover all aspects of the comedy business including comedy writing for stage and screen, performance, production and creating your own platform. The course also focuses heavily on comedy improv and is tailored for individuals who would like to find their own comedy voice through improvisation and group work. So, if you see yourself as a stand-up , comedy writer or you just simply want to have some fun, this is the course for you.

20th - 27th October 2016 Cambridge International Film Festival 2016 
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An introduction from Festival Director Tony Jones: It’s a celebration of film – past present and future. So, it’s a chance to relive and enjoy past glories, but also to see what’s happening in film right now, and reveal new talents who will shape the future of cinema. A good example of that is a chap who had his student short selected for the programme here back in 1996, named Christopher Nolan. Apparently he’s done quite well since!

20th - 30th October 2016 Doclisboa International Film Festival 2016 
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The 14th edition of Doclisboa – International Film Festival will take place from Thursday 20th to Sunday 30th October 2016.

Saturday, October 22nd, 2016 Richard Brown Masterclass: Developing Screen Stories 
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Screen Training Ireland in association with Big Stories on the Small Screen and Trinity Long Room Hub Arts and Humanities Research Institute are delighted to announce a masterclass with executive producer Richard Brown of Anonymous Content. Richard is the producer of TRUE DETECTIVE, the upcoming adaptation of CATCH 22 and a number of other acclaimed serial dramas and films. Richard will discuss creating quality screen narrative amid the uncertainties of the new digital market.

22nd - 29th October, 2016 Valladolid Film Festival (Seminci) 
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After the successful last edition, both in critics and number of spectators (almost 90.000 in just eight days), it is time now, in 2016, to take advantage of the great momentum that the 60th anniversary has given to Seminci: a massive public reaction and a €10 million impact in the media which undeniably make this festival the second in Spain. This position was confirmed last February by the Observatory of Culture in Spain, a prestigious foundation that every year conducts surveys to find the most beloved and respected cultural institutions: Seminci was in the 26th position in a list in which only San Sebastián Film Festival appears in the top 15.

24th Oct – 5th Dec, 2016 Directing for Beginners 
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24th Oct – 5th Dec, 6 Wed Eves €250 Members / €275 Non-Members An introduction to all the main aspects of directing is combined with practical exercises in shooting to give an overview and experience of the basics. Intro: This course is a primer in directing. An introduction to all the main aspects of directing is combined with practical exercises in shooting to give an overview and experience of the basics – the practical knowledge you need in order to direct films. You will be guided through the process of preparation, taking in all the major departments that come together to make a film possible. In addition to practical exercises, all participants will shoot and crew short scenes. Course Content: During the course students will write and redraft a short scene. In week six, each student directs a small crew and cast, and shoots the scene on digital video using a Sony Z1. Introduction to the role and responsibilities of the director Introduction to crew roles Overview of technology and workflow. Script readings and dialogue analysis Storyboarding Translating the screenplay into visuals. Development of visual style with D.o.P and art director Understanding shot descriptions, framing and composition Directing actors Rehearsing and shooting

25th - 30th October 2016 Jihlava International Documentary Film Festival 2016 
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The Jihlava International Documentary Film Festival is a celebration of creative documentary film and the largest event of its kind in Central and Eastern Europe.

25th Oct - 15th Dec, 2016 Advanced Screenwriting with Mary Kate O Flanagan 
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Starting Tuesday 25th October Advanced Screenwriting Programme An advanced programme for those who already have some experience in screenwriting or have already studied screenwriting. The programme involves workshopping scenes and early pages, so it is best geared to those who have ideas for projects, feature films, television dramas or comedies.

27th - 31st October The Richard Harris International Film Festival 2016 
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On behalf of the organising committee we would like to thank you for your interest in The Richard Harris International Film Festival located in Limerick, Ireland. We strongly believe that the Irish film-making Diaspora should be encouraged to showcase their work here in Ireland.

By bringing communities together through a community tourism initiative for the diaspora this event is supported in partnership with Limerick City and County Councils, Fáilte Ireland and IPB Insurance.


27th-30th October Clones Film Festival 2016 
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Clones Film Festival - Ireland’s Biggest Little Film Festival - will once again offer an action-packed programme featuring new Irish & international cinema releases, interviews, documentaries, short film competitions, children’s films and live music festival club this October bank holiday weekend (Thurs 27 – Sun 30 October 2016). This is the 15th year of CFF and screenings will be hosted in Clones Courthouse, the old Post Office and other venues around town.

27th-30th October, 2016 Hollywood comes to Dublin with LA Actor Kirk Baltz 
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Level 1: 27th – 28th Oct / Level 2: 29th – 30th Oct €230 members / €260 non-members per level Filmbase are delighted to announce The Actors’ Intensive with LA actor Kirk Baltz. Kirk is a working actor since the late 1980’s and infamously played the part the tortured police officer, Marvin Nash, in Quentin Tarantino’s Reservoir Dogs. Kirk has also worked with directors including Oliver Stone (Natural Born Killers), John Woo (Face/Off), Warren Beatty (Bulworth) and Kevin Costner (Dances With Wolves). He has also been a familiar face on US Network television for over 20 years with roles on shows such as NYPD Blue, NCIS LA, 24 and Without A Trace.

Friday, 28th October 2016. The Pictures Halloween — Edward Scissorhands 
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Special screening of Tim Burton's classic, Edward Scissorhands. Fri 28 Oct 2016, 8:00 p.m. LOCATION Dublin Unitarian Church 112 Saint Stephen's Green Dublin

Friday, 28th October 2016. Newport Beach Film Festival 
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Celebrating its 18th year, the Newport Beach Film Festival (NBFF) annually showcases over 350 films from 50 countries and attracts over 50,000 attendees, making it one of Southern California’s longest running and largest film events. NBFF is also recognized as one of the leading film festivals in the world by Variety as host of their annual ‘10 Cinematographers to Watch’ event and has been named a ‘Film Festival Worth the Entry Fee’ by Movie Maker Magazine.

Friday, 28th October 2016. Atlanta Film Festival 
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Deadline: October 28th - Festival: March 24, 2017 to April 02, 2017 Now approaching its 41st year, the Atlanta Film Festival (ATLFF)—an Academy Award®-qualifying festival—is the southeast’s preeminent celebration of cinema and flagship production of the Atlanta Film Society. One of the largest and longest-running festivals in the country, ATLFF showcases both emerging and established artists’ works. The 40th anniversary festival saw nearly 25,000 film-lovers join 300 attending filmmakers in support of the moving images that push the boundaries of independent cinema.

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