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Screen Leaders 2019 Opens Call for Applications
28 Feb 2019 : News Desk
Screen Skills Ireland has announced that applications for Screen Leaders 2019 are now open for European and Irish screen companies.

Screen Leaders is the strategic company development programme for the screen industries that can transform businesses.

  • Is your company going through a period of change or growth?
  • Do you want to internationalise your business?
  • Do you need to re-define the scope of your business?
  • Is it time to frame your company vision?

If you are asking these questions about your business, then Screen Leaders is the programme for you and your company.

Designed for company leaders working in film, television, animation, games, post-production, VFX, facilities, sales, distribution and exhibition, the programme, which has been running successfully for over 10 years, is funded by the Creative Europe MEDIA Programme and Screen Skills Ireland.

The Screen Leaders programme will provide you and your company with the skills to lead and grow the organisation in a complex, innovative and evolving international marketplace, with a mixture of residential week-long workshops and one to one sessions from June to November 2019.

Previous participants on the programme have said:

“Screen Leaders meant a lot for our company as well as our personal development. The most important thing was that we were forced to face our weaknesses; both those we knew of and those we needed to hear. With the help from the experts in the program we understood more clearly what had to be done structurally, economically and in terms of content, to make our company more stable. Even after the sessions with Screen Leaders were over we received tutorial help. We feel more secure now than ever about what to focus on”. - Mimmi Spång and Rebecka Lafrenz, Garagefilm International AB

When does the programme take place?

Running from June to November, there are three modules, with ongoing one-to-one feedback between sessions.

Module 1: Residential in Limerick, Ireland: 3rd – 7th June 2019

Module 2: 

  • Strategy and Finance Business Coaching in Dublin, Ireland: 23rd – 24th and 26th – 27th August 2019
  • Strategy and Leaderships Business Coaching in Ireland/Germany: September TBC 2019                            

Module 3: Residential in Tallinn, Estonia:  10th – 14th November 2019

The deadline for applications is Friday the 19th of April 2019.

Apply for Screen Leaders here.

Screen Leaders boasts alumni from leading Irish and European companies like: Element Pictures, Cartoon Saloon, Brown Bag Films, Wildcard Distribution, Dublin Film Festival, Filmmore, Digital Cube, Hungarian National Film Fund, Cinenord, De Mensen, Alphapanda, Mikro Films, 4Film, Garagefilm International AB, Copenhagen Bombay, A Film, Platige Image and Göteborg International Film Festival to name but a few.

In addition to this year’s main programme, Screen Leaders will engage more directly with alumni members via an alumni network and will host several alumni events for previous participants to share their progress as their companies have grown and developed since taking part in the programme.

For further information on Screen Leaders, please contact Barbara Henkes at info@screenleaders.ie  




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