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12 June 2017 (Application Deadline) / 28 June 2017 (Course) In The Writers Room II with Matthew Carnahan 
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Filmbase and Screen Training Ireland are pleased to launch In The Writers Room 2 with Matthew Carnahan Creator/Showrunner of Emmy award-winning Showtime series HOUSE OF LIES. This unique course aims to provide an introduction to Television Series Concept Development via an intensive project based programme.

June 20th-July 2nd 2017 Sleeping Giants Film Festival 
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2017 showcases the inaugural Sleeping Giants Film Festival, in association with The Lough and Quay and The Little Green Door, Warrenpoint. We accept both fact and fiction shorts. So whether it's a narrative or documentary short then the Sleeping Giants Film Festival is for you! #SGFilmFest

June 30th, 2017 Late 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).

June 30th 2017 Late Submission Deadline - Fingal Film Festival 
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The Fingal Film Festival was launched in 2012. The festival offers a platform encouraging and promoting the work of the local film community and helps both national and international emerging filmmakers to showcase their work in an environment where they have access to experienced industry professionals.

June 30th 2017 Deadline - Dublin Doc Fest 2017 
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Dublin Doc Fest is an exciting short documentary film festival showcasing work from both Irish & International documentary filmmakers in Dublin, Ireland. Founded in 2013 by award winning documentary filmmaker, Tess Motherway, Dublin Doc Fest's objective is to provide a unique platform for short documentary film in Ireland & to place Dublin firmly on the map as an international destination for documentary film.

July 1st 2017 Deadline - PRIX EUROPA 2017 Submission Deadline 
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PRIX EUROPA is an annual forum reliably highlighting the latest trends in the media and taking a stand on broadcasting quality for all Europeans. Since its founding in 1987, PRIX EUROPA has grown into Europe’s largest festival for Television, Radio and the Online Media, due to the strong partners who have supported the competition since its inception.

July 3rd-7th Digital Film School, Swords - Make a Movie 
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The Digital Film School one-week make a movie course is designed for students with little or no experience in filmmaking. Our hands-on course give students the opportunity to learn the crafts of camera, lighting, sound, directing, screenwriting, editing, producing and storyboarding.

July 3rd-7th Digital Film School, Dalkey - Make a Movie Course 
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The Digital Film School one-week make a movie course is designed for students with little or no experience in filmmaking. Our hands-on course give students the opportunity to learn the crafts of camera, lighting, sound, directing, screenwriting, editing, producing and storyboarding.

July 6th 2017 Funding Deadline: BAI Sound & Vision Scheme Round 29 
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Television and radio (open round) Closes 6th July 2017, 12 noon. Decisions expected October 2017.

July 8th & 9th 2017 Edit Essentials: FCPX 
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This 2 day, hands-on workshop for beginners will give budding editors an overview of Final Cut Pro’s interface and features. Perfect for people with little or no experience of digital editing.

June 8th-10th 2017 Korean Film Festival Ireland 2017 
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The Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Ireland is delighted to announce the return of the Korean Film Festival: Ireland for 2017. Tickets are free but limited to 2 per person. Entrance for ticket holders will be on a first come first served basis.

July 10th-14th 2017 Pulse College Scriptwriting Bootcamp - 5-Day Course / Mon 10th July 
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This screenwriting & scriptwriting bootcamp course provides students with a supportive environment that allows their natural story-telling talent to shine through. The course has an interactive and proactive narrative approach rather than focusing on theory. Participants’ own ideas and skills as a writer will be encouraged in a fun environment as part of the course. 390euro.

July 11th - August 1st 2017 Actors’ Intensive: Michael Chekhov Technique with Emma Brennan 
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This four-class series is geared towards actors and directors who would like to explore tools of the Michael Chekhov Technique from preparation to performance of a piece of text.

July 13th-15th Advanced Edit: Final Cut Pro X 
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This three-day, hands-on programme is perfect for editors looking to get a greater understanding of editing techniques using Apple’s popular editing software, Final Cut Pro X.

July 14th 2017 July Submission Deadline: Wexford Film Festival 
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Now entering our 2nd year, the Wexford Film Festival invites submissions from filmmakers all over the world and in every genre. We're all about story and visual storytelling, our festival will select the films that tell the best stories and connect with the audience the best.

July 14th 2017 Submission Deadline: IndieCork Festival 
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IndieCork is Ireland's premiere festival of international independent film, in particular short films; however we also screen features and documentaries. We welcome drama, narrative, animation, experimental, music / dance / poetry film, and everything in between!

July 17th 2017 Deadline - 8th Underground 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.

July 21st, 2017 Deadline - Disappear Here Film Festival 
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The Disappear Here Film Festival will take place in a series of unique locations in and around the picturesque village of Ballyliffin, Co Donegal. From short animated films for kids, to scary midnight movies for the young at heart - The Disappear Here Film Festival promises you a weekend of entertainment, utterly unmissable and unforgettable. The Festival will have a high concentration of shorts but includes an outstanding mix of features and documentaries. In the digital age, as society is bombarded with micro-media via the internet and attention spans are dwindling, we are offering a format tailored for the YouTube generation.

July 24th-28th 2017 Digital Film School - Adult Make a Movie Course 
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Our adults ‘make a movie’ course has proved very successful so far, and it is the perfect opportunity to gain a broad understanding of what is involved in making a film, from script to screen. The course runs for 5 days from 10am – 4pm in Dublin city centre and costs €400 – this includes all materials. Places on the course are limited to 10 per class to ensure maximum immersion with the equipment etc for each participant. The course content covers in 5 days what other part time filmmaking courses cover in 8-10 weeks – so it is definitely an intensive and comprehensive introduction to filmmaking.

July 28th-30th 2017 Short Film Festival of Ireland 
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The short film festival of Ireland welcomes short films from all over the world in all genres and types. We're filmmakers and we love sharing, seeing and finding new short films that tell great stories, no matter what the format. We believe in short films and that the future of narrative content in particular is heading towards much shorter content. With that in mind we wanted to create a festival that will bring the very best of short films from all over the world to Ireland. Our festival will take place in Wexford, Ireland and screenings will be hosted in 100 seat theater with HD projection and 5.1 surround sound.

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