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May 17th-28th 2017 Cannes Film Festival & Market 2017 
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Ever since its creation, the Festival de Cannes has remained faithful to its founding purpose: to draw attention to and raise the profile of films with the aim of contributing towards the development of cinema, boosting the film industry worldwide and celebrating cinema at an international level.

May 24th-28th 2017 Fastnet Film Festival 2017 
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Wednesday 24th to Sunday 28th May, 2017. Facebook Twitter Vimeo YouTube Our Patrons: Lenny Abrahamson Tony Barry Steve Coogan Greg Dyke John Kelleher Chris O'Dell David Puttnam Maurice Seezer Jim Sheridan Gerard Stembridge Carmel Winters The Fastnet Film Festival takes place every year in the picturesque fishing village of Schull on the south-west coast of Ireland. We screen short films from all over the world and invite industry professionals to share their knowledge with our visiting filmmakers. ‘Our Village is Our Screen’.

May 24th-28th 2017 Fastnet Short Film Festival 
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The Fastnet Film Festival is very much an ‘up close and personal’ experience. Filmmakers, directors, producers and invited guest speakers all share their experiences, giving shape and direction to each year’s challenging programme. This Short Film Festival without a Cinema invites visitors to explore alternatives throughout the village of Schull, providing those who attend with something different.

May 25th 2017 Training Deadline - Carbon Literacy for Production 
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The carbon literacy for production course was developed by the Film and TV industry in the UK about two years ago. It aims to provide everyone in the industry with a sound knowledge of the scientific reality of climate change, its impacts and the challenges of the transition to a sustainable future. It also covers what we can do personally in our home life, the policy and business trends that form the background to our industry, before going through the detail of what it means for content producers. The whole afternoon is dedicated to better understanding the range of impacts of Film and TV production, and to presenting the best practice and solutions currently available.

May 27th 2017 Four Films - Four Premierres 
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Last event before our summer break - includes 4 films being shown for the first time publically in Ireland

May 27th 2017 iPhone Filmmaking - Credit, Edit, Share 
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Advances in technology mean that now anyone can make and share their own video and audio without the need for professional expertise or bulky equipment. But quality content is important. By learning how to tell and share your story on your iphone you will be able to communicate effectively and engage with your audience.

May 27th 2017 Family Day Brown Bag Films Hugglemonsters and Wild Things Workshop 
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Join author, illustrator and Henry Hugglemonster creator Niamh Sharkey for Hugglemonsters and Wild Things, a storytelling and family doodle session, at Brown Bag Films, Smithfield Square as part of Family Day. Niamh will read from her own books including The Ravenous Beast and I’m a Happy Hugglewug and from some of her picture book favourites such as Where the Wild Things Are and Go Away Big Green Monster. Readings will be followed by a workshop with Niamh where families will create a family self-portrait of themselves as monsters!

May 29th 2017 Deadline - Light Moves Festival of Screendance 2017 
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Light Moves Festival of Screendance is Ireland's international festival of dance on film. The festival is a response to the vibrant and expanding field of dance film / screendance in Ireland and internationally. Light Moves presents feature screenings, short films, invited works and open submissions, as well as a Screendance Lab and Symposium with some of the most respected figures in the field. The festival takes place each year in November in Limerick.

May 30th, 2017 Submission Deadline: Carlow International Film Festival 
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The Carlow International Film Festival will celebrate the very best in Short Films, Features, Music Video and Animation in all genres - Sci-fi, Horror, Comedy, Romance, Action, Thriller and etc. Screenings will give the filmmakers who attend a chance to do a Q&A session and interact with the audience

June 30th 2017 Deadline - 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.

May 31st, 2017 Submission Deadline: Yellow Fever Indie Film Festival 
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The Yellow Fever Indie Film Festival is run by film makers, for film makers. Created by George Clarke (of Yellow Fever Productions) in 2009, the festival has went from strength to strength pulling in a host of amazing world wide film makers and industry names such as the prolific Albert Pyun (Cyborg, Captain America, Road To Hell) and Mike Leeder (Fearless, Rush Hour 3, Man Of Tai Chi).

May 31st 2017 Video Basics For Social Media 
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Our one-day Video Basics For Social Media workshop empowers you with the skills to shoot professional-looking video for social media channels, using just a smartphone and laptop.

June 1st 2017 Training: Carbon Literacy for Production 
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The carbon literacy for production course was developed by the Film and TV industry in the UK about two years ago. It aims to provide everyone in the industry with a sound knowledge of the scientific reality of climate change, its impacts and the challenges of the transition to a sustainable future. It also covers what we can do personally in our home life, the policy and business trends that form the background to our industry, before going through the detail of what it means for content producers. The whole afternoon is dedicated to better understanding the range of impacts of Film and TV production, and to presenting the best practice and solutions currently available.

June 1st 2017 Training Deadline - Rhino for Art Department 
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This workshop will offer an overview of Rhino 3D software’s application in art department and offer tips and tools for its effective use. The course will cover topics such as 2D Drafting in Rhino, Set Modelling in 3D, Importing and Exporting in Rhino and applying textures and rendering.

June 2nd-4th 2017 Professional Post Production: Final Cut Pro X 
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This intensive 3-day course explores the world of Non-Linear Editing, through Apple’s popular software, Final Cut Pro. Attendees will learn edit techniques, gain familiarity with the programme’s userface and pick up shortcuts, as well as tips and tricks at the hands of a seasoned pro.

June 14th 2017 Deadline - Distribution Selective Scheme – Support for the transnational distribution of European Films 2017 
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What is it for ? To support the wider trans-national distribution of recent non-national European films by encouraging theatrical distributors to invest in the promotion of such products To encourage the development of links between the production and distribution sectors

June 9th-14th 2017 Sheffield DocFest 2017 
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Sheffield Doc/Fest is a world leading and the UK’s premier documentary festival, celebrating the art and business of documentary and all non-fiction storytelling. Operating in the heart of UK, we’re a hub for all documentary and non-fiction content across all platforms, from feature length to shorts, and including interactive, augmented reality, and virtual reality projects.

June 10th & 17th 2017 Rhino for Art Department 
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This workshop will offer an overview of Rhino 3D software’s application in art department and offer tips and tools for its effective use. The course will cover topics such as 2D Drafting in Rhino, Set Modelling in 3D, Importing and Exporting in Rhino and applying textures and rendering.

June 10th 2017 John Butler & Deirdre O'Kane 'Never Speak In A Borrowed Voice' - Festival of Writing & Ideas 
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John Butler chats to Deirdre O'Kane about his acclaimed film Handsome Devil and managing humour in writing.

June 11th 2017 Portrait Photography Workshop with Veronika Faustmann 
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This full-day studio photography course is combining both the practice and theory of studio portrait photography. It is designed to give a basic but creative introduction to studio lighting ranging from flash photography to continuous lighting.

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