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Screen Training Ireland Offer Shadow Directing Opportunity on Set of ‘Can’t Cope, Won’t Cope’
07 Nov 2017 :
Screen Training Ireland is seeking applications from female directors with an interested in a shadow directing opportunity on upcoming production “Can’t Cope, Won’t Cope.”

Due to the nature of production the opportunity will have a fluid form but the overall objective will be to provide participants with exposure and experience in prep, shoot and post, and ultimately to help increase the number of future productions directed by female talent.

This is not a training scheme and the shadowing opportunity is not open to entry-level talent. The focus is on career advancement.

Interested candidates must have directed at least one short that has had a theatrical release or TV broadcast, and have a director or assistant director credit on at least one TV scripted drama of a minimum of 30 minutes’ duration.

To apply please email grainne.bennett@screentrainingireland.ie by Wednesday, November 8th, at 12:00 pm.

Please also supply a current CV, a link to a show reel, and a short description of why this shadow directing opportunity might be beneficial in advancing your directing career.




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