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21st April - 9th June 2015 Beginners Screenwriting with Lindsay Sedgwick - Filmbase 
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Interested in Screenwriting? Taught by experienced screenwriter Lindsay Sedgwick, this courses gives an excellent grounding in the basics: an introduction to the craft of screenwriting, developing character, writing the individual scene, dialogue, structure, format, writing for TV, writing comedy, rewriting techniques and writing treatments.

13th-24th May 2015 The Cannes Film Festival 
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With Irish co-production 'The Lobster' screening in competition and Juliette Bonass being chosen for the Producer On The Move event, it promises to be an exciting Cannes for the Irish!

16th May - 14th June 2015 Screenwriting and Scriptwriting Course at Pulse College 
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Pulse College will hold a Screenwriting and Scriptwriting course which will commence on Saturday, May 16 and run for five consecutive Saturdays. In this intensive workshop, attendees will learn how to get their ideas down on paper and turn them into film scripts or proposals with practical exercises and personal feedback from Pulse’s course tutors and renowned professional scriptwriter, Tom Hall

20th-24th May 2014 The Corona Fastnet Short Film Festival 
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The Corona Fastnet Short Film Festival seeks to encourage young filmmakers to pick up their cameras for the first time, what they look for is imaginative solutions to inevitable production budget limitations. In other words, if you don’t have enough money to hire the latest camera, lighting and sound recording equipment, let alone the best actors in the country, then don’t write a script that depends on these factors. As simple as it may sound, a good film always starts with a good script. A good script is one that both takes account of the limitations of the budget and seeks to rise above these limitations imaginatively.

21st-22nd May 2015 2015 Annual Conference of CIRCOM (the European Association of Regional Television) 
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Ireland prepares to welcome representatives from broadcasters all across Europe for the 2015 Annual Conference of CIRCOM (the European Association of Regional Television), hosted by RTÉ in partnership with Dundalk Institute of Technology. This will be the first time that the conference has been held in Ireland, and approximately 200 delegates are expected to travel to Dundalk for the three-day event from May 20th-22nd 2015.

24th May 2015 2015 IFTA Film and Drama Awards 
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For the past eleven years since 2003, and throughout the recession, the Academy has showcased the very best of Irish talent to the world at large, building a national pride and international awareness of Ireland’s small but very talented and growing industry, with the home audience building to a record viewership of 1.24 million peak viewers in 2013.

25th May 2015 Kerry Film Festival Early Bird - DEADLINE 
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KFF has previously featured successful shorts such as the Oscar short-listed ‘Head over Heels’ in 2012 and the 2014 Oscar winner ‘Mr Hublot’. Emerging filmmakers are at the core of the Kerry Film Festival programme, with the short film competition geared towards showcasing their work and bringing it to a wider audience both at home and throughout a growing network of partner festivals across the globe.

28th May 2015 Creative Europe funding programme calls for TV Programming Proposals Last Deadline 
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This scheme aims to help independent European production companies to produce television programmes (in principle not intended for theatrical release), with at least three European broadcasters attached. FINAL DEADLINE.

28th May - 16th July 2015 Beginners Screenwriting with Stephen Walsh - Filmbase 
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Eight evenings devoted to exploring the ins and outs of scriptwriting, geared towards those with little or no previous experience in the field. Priority is placed on putting a lot of the scary myths of screenwriting to rest and creating a context in which the participants can develop their own project over the duration of the course. People should come along armed with a story idea they’d like to pursue, whether it’s at the “two lines on a scrap of paper” stage or even if they’ve already had a crack at a script.

6th-7th June 2015 Producing a Low Budget Feature with Rachel Lysaght - Filmbase 
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Do you want to know what it takes to produce a low budget Feature Film? This course returns to Filmbase with experienced Producer, Rachel Lysaght (One Million Dubliners, Patrick’s Day). Using successful low budget films as case studies, this course is theory based with some practical exercises. It is the ideal course for first-time Director and Producers of low budget feature films.

€175 Members / €200 Non-Members.


16th June - 4th August 2015 First Draft Screenwriting Bootcamp - Filmbase 
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This level 2 hands-on eight evenings course is designed to bring focus and motivation to the task of turning ideas into stories and stories into scripts. Test your ideas in a workshop environment.

Cost: €270 Members / €295 Non-Members.


22nd-23rd June 2015 D+P Multimedia Annual Broadcast Video Production Show 
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D+P Multimedia’s Annual Broadcast Video Production Show is slated to take place on Monday 22 June and Tuesday 23 June, 2015. Due to higher demand and more manufacturers getting involved in the 2015 event than ever before, the show has moved to the larger venue of The Crowne Plaza Northwood Santry.

22nd - 26th June 2015 5 Day DSLR Filmmaking - Filmbase 
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The most exciting development on the filmmaking scene in a while is the advancement of DSLR filmmaking. This 5 day hands-on intensive DSLR Camera course is designed to give you the confidence to start shooting on digital as soon as possible!

Cost: €445 members / €485 non-members.


26th-27th June 2015 International Wrongful Conviction Film Festival hosted by the Irish Innocence Project 
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The first ever International Wrongful Conviction Film Festival hosted by the Irish Innocence Project will take place at Griffith College on the 27th of June 2015. There will be eight films screened during the day – most of which have never been shown in Ireland or have had limited distribution – and concluding with a special screening of ‘In the Name of the Father’ with Jim Sheridan and Gerry Conlon’s family.

27th June 2015 60th Cork Film Festival Regular Submission Deadline 
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Submissions for the 60th Cork Film Festival are now open. Running in November 2015, the 60th anniversary will see Cork City play host to some very special events and screenings. One of Europe’s oldest film festivals, Cork Film Festival plays a rich selection of the best of contemporary global cinema and is always on the look out for interesting new voices.

Until midnight GMT Saturday 27 June – CorkShorts €10 / Shorts €20 / Features €30.


27th-28th June 2015 2-Day Camera and Lighting Training - Filmbase 
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This intensive 2-day workshop will introduce beginners to many aspects of camera and lighting work, as well as those looking to refresh their skills. Using the Sony EX1 camera our experienced tutor will introduce students to the basic functions of the camera throughout day one. On day two students will get a chance to create simple lighting set-ups to test out.

Cost: €240 Members / €280 Non-Members.


30th June - 4th August 2015 Directing for the Screen - Filmbase 
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An introduction to all the main aspects of directing is combined with practical exercises in shooting to give an overview and experience of the basics.

Cost: €275 Members / €300 Non-Members.


7th-12th July 2015 The 2015 Galway Film Fleadh 
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The Galway Film Fleadh – Ireland’s leading film festival, is a six day international film event held every July and welcomes a mad diversity of filmmaking from around the world. The Fleadh is very much a film lovers’ festival, and attracts directors, actors, cinematographers and artists of all generations and cultural backgrounds.

9th July 2015 BAI Applications for the Archiving Scheme - DEADLINE 
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The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland (BAI) has issued a call for applications under its Funding Scheme for the Archiving of Programme Material (“Archiving Scheme”). The Archiving Scheme has been designed to provide funding support for the development of an archiving culture in the Irish broadcasting sector, contributing to the preservation of Ireland’s broadcasting heritage. It is funded through a percentage of the Broadcasting Fund.

25th July 2015 Kerry Film Festival Submissions - FINAL DEADLINE 
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KFF has previously featured successful shorts such as the Oscar short-listed ‘Head over Heels’ in 2012 and the 2014 Oscar winner ‘Mr Hublot’. Emerging filmmakers are at the core of the Kerry Film Festival programme, with the short film competition geared towards showcasing their work and bringing it to a wider audience both at home and throughout a growing network of partner festivals across the globe.

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