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18th-20th September 2018 Advanced Story Development Workshop 
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With the support of the BAI Sectoral Learning and Development Fund, Creative Europe Desk MEDIA Office Galway will organise a 3-day Advanced Development Workshop with Screenwriter and Script Consultant, Emmanuel Oberg from 18th-20th September in Bearna, Galway.

20th-21st September 2018 Second International Film Conference: "Hitchcock's Vertigo: 60th Anniversary 1958-2018" 
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This coming September in Dublin, we are delighted to celebrate Hitchcock's masterpiece Vertigo on its 60th anniversary as the "Greatest Film Ever Made" in this Second International Film Conference in Ireland. This exclusive 2-day film conference in Trinity College Dublin will feature the presentations of many international scholars on Hitchcock participating in the conference from across the globe: USA, Canada, UK, Hong Kong, Belgium and Switzerland. In particular we are delighted to welcome the British film historian Charles Barr and the renowned British feminist film theorist Laura Mulvey as key note speakers at the conference in September. Laura Mulvey’s seminal essay “Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema” was one of the first film theory publications to apply a political and psychoanalytic interpretation to the cinematic apparatus of classical Hollywood cinema. Mulvey coined the notion of the “male gaze” to the power asymmetry in representation and assigned gender roles that emphasised the patriarchal ideological agenda of the American film industry at the time. The conference includes a special screening of the 1958 classic film Vertigo starring James Stewart and Kim Novak in the Lighthouse Cinema in Dublin.

1st October 2018 Irish Film Festival Berlin Deadline 
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Shebeen Flick, Berlin’s Irish Film Festival, is now accepting submissions from filmmakers for its 8th edition, which will take place on 13th-16th March 2019 in Moviemento Kino Berlin – Germany’s oldest cinema.
Submission Deadlines:
Earlybird Deadline 01.09.2018
Regular Deadline 01.10.2018
Late Deadline 01.11.2018

4th October 2018 BAI Archiving Funding Scheme Deadline 
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The Funding Scheme for the Archiving of Programme Material (“Archiving Scheme”) provides funding support for the development of an archiving culture in the Irish broadcasting sector which will contribute to the preservation of Ireland’s broadcasting heritage.

5th-28th October 2018 Cinemagic International Film and Television Festival for Young People 
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The annual Cinemagic International Film and Television Festival for Young People takes place in Belfast from 5 to 28 October 2018. Cinemagic first started working with young people in 1989 and since then has developed a worldwide reputation for excellence in children’s programming. To date Cinemagic has engaged with over 500,000 young people, screened over 3000 films, and hosted over 500 masterclasses, workshops and special events. Cinemagic’s film production projects have received international acclaim for their ambition, quality and reach.

7th-14th October 2018 IndieCork Film Festival 
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IndieCork presents short films, documentaries and features and a number of special events. It’s about creativity, championing cinema that engages with social, political and cultural matters.

10th-14th October 2018 Offline Film Festival 
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10-14 Oct 2017. A festival dedicated to making and screening quality films in the Irish midlands.

18th-21st October 2018 Kerry Film Festival 
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Kerry Film Festival is an internationally recognised Irish Short Film Festival. The festival takes place in the picturesque town of Killarney, Co. Kerry. Highlights of the Kerry Film Festival include an international short film competition, a curated programme of features films, a showcase of Kerry talent, live film music events and niche film events in unique venues.

25th-28th October 2018 Clones Film Festival 
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CFF - Ireland's Biggest Little Film Festival - will run from Thursday 25th to Sunday 28th October 2018 in a variety of screening locations around the town. Each year CFF screen a wide variety of features, documentaries and shorts from Irish and international directors.

25th-29th October 2018 Richard Harris International Film Festival 
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The Richard Harris International Film Festival encourages Irish Filmmakers abroad to return and showcase their work. As an international film festival, it also has categories open to non-Irish film-makers and welcome entries from all over the world.

31st October 2018 Tribeca Film Festival 2019 Submission Deadline 
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Feature and Short Films, Tribeca TV, Tribeca N.O.W., and Tribeca Immersive:
August 20, 2018 – Submissions Open
September 26, 2018 – Early Deadline
October 31, 2018 – Official Deadline
November 28, 2018 – Late Deadline

8th November 2018 BAI Sound & Vision Round 32 application deadline 
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8th November 2018 FÍS TV Summit 2018 
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Please join us on Thursday the 8th of November in The G Hotel for the FÍS TV Summit 2018!

9th-18th November 2018 Cork Film Festival 
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Cork Film Festival is a local, national and international celebration of cinema. The Festival showcases the latest and best international and Irish features, documentaries and shorts, and includes programmes for schools, families, a focus on mental health, and specialist Industry Days.

16th -18th November, 2018 Foyle Film Festival 
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Now in its 31st year, it continues to be a platform for filmmakers, animators and artists to screen their films, network with industry professionals and gain access to the international market.

21-25 November, 2018. Irish Film Festival London 
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The 8th Irish Film Festival London will take place at the Regent Street Cinema in November 2018. IFFL presents the latest and greatest of Irish Film & Animation to a London audience.

21-25 November, 2018. Irish Film Festival London 
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The 8th Irish Film Festival London will take place at the Regent Street Cinema in November 2018. IFFL presents the latest and greatest of Irish Film & Animation to a London audience.

21-25 November, 2018. Irish Film Festival London 
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The 8th Irish Film Festival London will take place at the Regent Street Cinema in November 2018. IFFL presents the latest and greatest of Irish Film & Animation to a London audience.

30th November-2nd December 2018 Waterford Film Festival 
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The Waterford Film Festival was established in 2007 by local filmmaker Stephen Byrne, promoting local, national filmmakers and writers, but in particular independent film. Since the foundation of the festival, it has screened 500+ films from filmmakers around the world as well promoting writers with the short screenplay competition.

December 1st 2018 Dublin Smartphone Film Festival (25 Jan 2019) 
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Dublin Smartphone Film Festival


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