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Events Diary for December 2017 Key: Awards Training Festival Deadline Event
December 1st-3rd Wexford Film Festival 
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Now entering our 2nd year, the Wexford Film Festival invites submissions from filmmakers all over the world and in every genre. We're all about story and visual storytelling, our festival will select the films that tell the best stories and connect with the audience the best.

December 1st 2017 Funding Deadline: BAI Sound & Vision Scheme Round 30 
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Round 30 Television and radio (open round) Closes 1st December 2017, 12 noon. Decisions expected March/April 2018.

December 7th-10th 2017 12th KINOPOLIS Polish Film Festival Dublin 

December 15th 2017 Deadline: RT… Storyland 2018 
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December 15th 2017 WITís Springboard 'Production Management for Digital Animation' 
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The Higher Diploma in Production Management for Digital Animation is designed for individuals interested in pursuing a career as Production Supervisors/Managers in the animation industry or for existing production managers looking to consolidate their knowledge and qualifications.

The Production Manager's role is to manage and control all aspects of a digital animation production encompassing Creative, Scheduling and Busness areas. This course is structured around the established workflow phases of a typical animated feature. It has been designed following extensive dialog with relevant enterprise partners (eg Cartoon Saloon, Brown Bag Films). As a result, the course clearly targets immediate and identified needs of the Animation Industry.

All modules reflect industry Project Management best practice. Semesters 1 and 2 address the critical production workflow and related project management disciplines. While Semester-3 offers Work Placement and Mentorship in association with Enterprise Partners.


   


 
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