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11th-21st February 2016 2016 Berlinale 
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Berlin: an exciting, cosmopolitan cultural hub that never ceases to attract artists from around the world. A diverse cultural scene, a critical public and an audience of film-lovers characterise the city. In the middle of it all, the Berlinale: a great cultural event and one of the most important dates for the international film industry. More than 330,000 sold tickets, more than 20,000 professional visitors from 128 countries, including more than 3,700 journalists: art, glamour, parties and business are all inseparably linked at the Berlinale.

18th-28th February 2016 Audi Dublin International Film Festival 
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Established in 2003, The Dublin International Film Festival (DIFF) has fast become Ireland's premier feature film festival and takes place in Ireland's capital city over the course of eleven days and nights each Spring.

19th February 2016 Irish Film Board Production & Distribution Application - DEADLINE 
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Irish Film Board Production & Distribution decisions will generally be reached within 6-8 weeks of the submission deadline.

19th February 2016 RTÉ2 Deadline for new BAI ideas 
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RTÉ2 are searching for fresh BAI Sound and Vision ideas for forthcoming rounds. The broadcaster has stated that these ideas should appeal to the RTÉ2 core audience primarily, but are also likely to be of the kind of scale and ambition that isn't easily realisable on RTÉ2 budgets.

20th February - 27th April 2016 100 Years of Cinema - Galway Unesco City of Film 
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Galway, UNESCO City of Film, is commemorating the 1916 Rising with a programme of seminal Irish Cinema and landmark television events to take place over eight Saturdays throughout 2016.

February 27th 2016 MPSE 63rd Annual Golden Reel Awards 
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The nominations for this year’s Motion Picture Sound Editors‘ 63rd annual Golden Reel Awards have been revealed and Irish Sound Editor Niall Brady has been nominated in the category of Best Sound Editing (dialogue and ADR in a Feature film) for his work on Lenny Abrahamson’s Oscar nominated film ‘Room’.

29th February 2016 Irish Film Board Development Application - DEADLINE 
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Irish Film Board Development decisions will generally be reached within 6-8 weeks of the submission deadline.

29th February - 4th March 2016 Adaptation – with Beth Serlin - Screen Training Ireland 
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Since the earliest days of cinema, adaptations from novels and other source material have provided audiences with many of the world’s greatest films. And with Room, Brooklyn and many other successful films right now – adaptation is proving to be particularly popular at the box office.

1st March 2016 European Commission MEDIA Programme - Sales Agent (Reinvestment) 
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11th March 2016 IFB/RTE Frameworks Animated Short Film Scheme - DEADLINE 
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Frameworks is an established scheme for the making of animated short films which has been incredibly successful in stimulating ground-breaking new work from Irish animators. Projects selected for funding will combine creative exploration with an ability to appeal to a broad audience.

11th-19th March 2016 South By Southwest Film and Music Festival 
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The South by Southwest Film Festival has announced their 2016 line-up with Irish co-production ‘I Am Not A Serial Killer’ and Northern Irish documentary ‘I Am Belfast’ both selected to screen along with John Michael McDonagh’s new film ‘War on Everyone’.

17th-20th March 2016 2016 Dingle International Film Festival 
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Dingle International Film Festival is couched within the breathtaking town of Dingle on the beautiful Dingle Peninsula, southwest Ireland and is part of The Wild Atlantic Way. The festival takes places annually in mid-March and as such it often celebrates St Patrick’s Day as part of its festival programming. Dingle is home to many film makers, one of Ireland’s only independent cinemas, is a known film location (Ryan’s Daughter, Far and Away) and a major tourist destination making it the perfect home for their festival.

18th-19th March 2016 Animation Dingle 
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Animation Dingle is an annual event each March, that comes together to celebrate the best Animation Features, Series and Shorts that the Irish Animation industry has to offer. Animation Dingle is a major component of the Dingle International Film Festival, running jointly alongside the main event for the last 3 years, now established as a core component of its screenings, speakers and activities.

21st-23rd March 2016 Becoming an Assistant Director, Unit Production Manager and Line Producer on Films and Television at Kerry ETB Training Centre 
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The course will be tutored by producer and line producer Eric Mofford and will take place from 21st-23rd March from 9am-7pm and will cost €250. During this intensive three day course, attendees will explore the necessary procedures, attitudes, techniques, paperwork and responsibilities of the Line Producer, Unit Production Manager and Assistant Director to plan and run a film production.

9th April 2016 2016 IFTA Film & Drama Awards 
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The IFTA Film & Drama Awards will recognise and celebrate the best in Irish film and drama over the past year.

14th-23rd April 2016 2016 Belfast Film Festival 
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The Belfast Film Festival began in 1995 as part of Féile An Phobail and has developed hand in hand with the evolving culture of film patronage and filmmaking in the city.

25th-29th May 2016 2016 Fastnet Short Film Festival 
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The Fastnet Film Festival takes place every year in the village of Schull. They screen short films from all over the world and invite industry professionals to share their knowledge with visiting filmmakers.

   


 
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