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Events Diary for September 2017 Key: Awards Training Festival Deadline Event
August 31st - September 3rd 2017 8th Underground Cinema Film Festival 
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Our festival takes place in the magnificent Royal Marine Hotel, Dun Laoghaire, Co Dublin in Ireland from August 31st to September 3rd. Over the four days of the festival we will screen over 100 independently produced films from all over the world and we will once again host a number of free filmmakers workshops from industry experts.

September 1st 2017 Deadline - Clones Film Festival 2017 Short Film Competition 
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The festival will run short film competitions in three categories:
1. Best Short Documentary
2. Best Short Fiction/Experimental
3. Best Short Animation
The deadline for short film submissions is Friday 1st September 2017. The maximum length for competition shorts is 30 minutes. Winning shorts will be screened at 'The Francies' awards on closing night, Sunday 29 October 2017.
To submit a short film for competition, you can upload your file (best copy) to your Dropbox account and share it with info@clonesfilmfestival.com. Alternatively you can email a downloadable link from Vimeo; (please note links from YouTube are not accepted).
We will also require the usual production information and a few stills from your short film, together with your submission fee of €20 (cheque, cash, bank draft, postal order), and a signed rights form to:
Clones Film Festival, c/o Ciaran Morgan, 6 Mullanamoy, Clones, Co. Monaghan.
Successful entrants will be notified by Clones Film Festival in late September / early October.


September 1st 2017 Amharc Funding Application Deadline 
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Amharc will provide film-makers with an opportunity to make distinctive, ambitious productions which will enrich BBC and TG4’s main programming schedules and which will also have a cinematic release. All artistic disciplines will be considered. Priority will be given to contemporary subjects but contemporary treatments of historical works will also be considered. Emphasis will be placed on treatments and storytelling that are creative and innovative whilst also having an approach that will entice the largest audience possible.

In the scheme’s first season, the total funding pot will be £150, 000 and it is expected that two projects will be funded. Projects should be 50-70 minutes in duration with a maximum budget of £75,000. However, it is possible that projects with a larger ambition and financial plan may be chosen if they seek funding from other sources. Completed projects must be in Irish or bilingual and in HD with English subtitles.

It is envisaged that projects will launch with a cinematic release before they broadcast on TG4 and BBC in early 2019.

The ILBF will administer the scheme in conjunction with broadcasters BBC and TG4 and the projects should comply with the ILBF and the broadcasters’ priorities and aims. Representatives from the ILBF, TG4 and BBC Northern Ireland will be responsible for selecting the applications.


September 4th-8th 2017 Filmmaking Essentials: 5 Days, 5 Skills 
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Taught by various tutors from different disciplines, the course will cover Screenwriting, Producing, Directing, Camera and Editing. Made up of introductory lessons and practical exercises, it is a perfect introduction to the world of filmmaking. This course is perfect for beginners, or anyone new to filmmaking who would like to get an overall view of the process. Taught by various tutors from different disciplines, the course will cover Screenwriting, Producing, Directing, Camera and Editing. Made up of introductory lessons and practical exercises, it is a perfect introduction to the world of Filmmaking.

September 4th 2017 Deadline for Applications - STI: Immersive Content Creation 
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Screen Training Ireland, in association with Audi Ireland and the Audi Dublin International Film Festival (ADIFF), is seeking participants for an Immersive Content Creation day designed to offer creatives across live action and digital production a deeper understanding of the craft of immersive storytelling for VR/AR. This day is designed to offer inspiration to multi-disciplinary creative teams who are considering developing VR/AR/immersive projects.

The day will include the following topics:

  • The VR/AR landscape
  • Transitioning from filmmaking to immersive content creation
  • Storytelling and project development for VR
  • Live action, games and animation in 360/VR/AR
  • VR/AR as visualisation tool

To attend the Immersive Content Creation day, please apply online with an up-to-date CV at www.screentrainingireland.ie For further details, please email sorcha.loughnane @ screentrainingireland.ie, or call (01) 6798040.

Deadline for applications: 12:00 PM Monday 4th September 2017.


September 5th 2017 Information Session - 2017 Reel Art Scheme 
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Film artists interested in applying for Reel Art are invited to attend an information session on the scheme on Tuesday 5th September at 3pm in Filmbase, Curved Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2. This session will outline the purpose and priorities of the award and will answer questions on the scheme. Anyone interested in attending should register their interest by sending an email to reelart @ filmbase.ie


September 8th 2017 Bridging the Gap: Inspiration Workshop 
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The Bridging the Gap: Inspiration Workshop is in Belfast on Friday 8th September 2017 at 2pm in the MAC to encourage applications to Bridging the Gap and meet new talents. D

September 11th-14th 2017 Cartoon Forum 2017 
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Cartoon Forum is a pitching & co-pro forum for animated TV projects. For 3 days, producers have the opportunity to pitch their project in front of 900 broadcasters, investors and other potential partners from 30 countries. Since its creation in 1990, 700 series found financing, representing a total budget of 2.4 billion EUR.


September 14th-19th 2017 International Broadcasting Convention (IBC) 
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The IBC Conference is an unrivalled global destination for discussion and debate about the many different challenges facing the electronic media and entertainment industry, both in its sessions and in the range of networking opportunities it affords.

The IBC Exhibition covers fifteen halls across the RAI, hosting over 1,700 exhibitors and a number of specially curated feature areas and events that tie into the IBC Conference to enrich your understanding of technologies and trends that are driving the industry.


September 15th, 2017 Late Submission Deadline: Dub Web Fest 
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Dub Web Fest is a celebration of the storytelling power of the Internet through original web series. Established by French Filmmaker and Web Series Creator, Mikael Thiery and Videography Ireland Director, Erol Mustafov, The Dublin Web Fest (Dub Web Fest) unites digital media and tech worlds. We showcase screenings, host Youtube panels and welcome TV and Film production professionals to Dublin’s Filmbase over the course of three days. Dub Web Fest is showing that Ireland can be a web series and digital content hub for amazing talent to flourish.

September 21st-23rd 2017 Kinsale Shark Music Video Awards 
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Every September, in a small fishing town called Kinsale in West Cork, Ireland, creative people from all over the world (writers, directors, producers, muso’s, designers, photographers, editors, animators etc.) assemble hoping to receive an award for their creative endeavours. The awards are called ‘Kinsale Sharks’ and they look just like the one above. The festival is unlike any other creative festival, partly because of the location (some of the best pubs, restaurants and views in the world) but also because of ‘the vibe’ – creative, alternative and cool. Kinsale is that kind of place and that kind of festival – somewhere you can meet like minds, be stimulated and come away creatively charged.

September 22nd-24th Disappear Here Film Festival 
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The Disappear Here Film Festival is a first of its kind in Donegal, Ireland. The inaugural DHFF is a 3 day festival taking place in Ballyliffin, Co Donegal from (Culture Night) Friday 22nd September 2017.

September 22nd 2017 Kerry ETB: BECTU Creative Industries Safety Passport 
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BECTU Creative Industries Safety Passport - €99. Email: bnolan @ kerryetbtrainingcentre.ie

September 23rd 2017 STI - Immersive Content Creation 
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Screen Training Ireland, in association with Audi Ireland and the Audi Dublin International Film Festival (ADIFF), is seeking participants for an Immersive Content Creation day designed to offer creatives across live action and digital production a deeper understanding of the craft of immersive storytelling for VR/AR. This day is designed to offer inspiration to multi-disciplinary creative teams who are considering developing VR/AR/immersive projects.

The day will include the following topics:

  • The VR/AR landscape
  • Transitioning from filmmaking to immersive content creation
  • Storytelling and project development for VR
  • Live action, games and animation in 360/VR/AR
  • VR/AR as visualisation tool

    Please note, selected participants on the Immersive Content Creation day will be eligible to apply to take part in a VR/Immersive Story Hackathon, which will take place on Sunday 24th September. The Hackathon is designed to encourage creative and technical teams to develop a concept and pitch for a short immersive/VR project to be developed and produced as part of an immersive content focus at the 2018 Audi Dublin International Film Festival. There will be a prize fund of up to €30,000 for the winning project. Details of the Hackathon, including team formation, theme, and process will be supplied to all successful applicants to the Immersive Content Creation event once their places are confirmed.


September 23rd 2017 Pulse College Open Day 
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Pulse's interactive Open Events at their two Dublin Campuses will provide the perfect opportunity for you to speak to tutors and staff about their courses and career paths in the creative media industry. Experience their studios and facilities and see for yourself what life as a student at Pulse College is like.

September 25th-29th 2017 Kerry ETB: Mike Uva - Grip & Rigging Course 
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x5 Day Course: Mike Uva - Grip & Rigging Course - €290. Email: dawnworkshops @ gmail.com

   


 
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