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Screen Skills Ireland - Movie Magic Scheduling and Budgeting
11 Mar 2019 : News Desk
Screen Skills Ireland
Screen Skills Ireland is seeking participants for its upcoming Movie Magic Scheduling and Budgeting training course, which begins on Saturday, April 6th in Dublin.

Participants will be taught the time-saving facilities of EP Movie Magic Budgeting and Movie Magic Scheduling, the industry’s most widely used scheduling, and budgeting software.

The course will be taught over four days by Line Producer Brian Donovan. Taking place in Dublin, the course will be broken out across two weekends: Saturday 6th, Sunday 7th, Saturday 13th, Sunday 14th April. The cost of the course is €350.

Scheduling

This will enable them to compile their schedules in the most effective way and allow them to quickly, and confidently modify, their work when required. The training sessions will utilise and provide considerable background information to put the practical use of the software clearly into perspective. Participants will be allocated a computer each, which will have EP Movie Magic Scheduling downloaded and ready to use. Areas covered during this training include:

  • Overview of EP Movie Magic Scheduling
  • Introduction to Scheduling
  • Marking-up a Script
  • Inputting Information
  • Scheduling Procedures
  • Reporting

Budgeting

This will enable them to compile their budget in the most effective way and allow them to quickly, and confidently, modify their work when required. The training sessions will utilise and provide considerable background information to put the practical use of the software clearly into perspective. Participants will be allocated a computer each, which will have EP Movie Magic Budgeting downloaded and ready to use. Areas covered during this training include:

  • Overview of EP Movie Magic Budgeting
  • Introduction to Budgeting
  • Setting-up your Budget format
  • Exercise in Globals and Fringes
  • Budgeting Principles and Practices

This hands-on programme is aimed at film producers and production personnel who wish to create and edit schedules and budgets of all sizes for all types of productions.

Please apply online at www.screenskillsireland.ie by 12 pm on Wednesday, 20th March 2019. For further information please email fran.keaveney@screenskillsireland.ie.




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