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Events Diary for November 2015 Key: Awards Training Festival Deadline Event
September 26th - November 22nd 2015 Filmbase - Film School 2015 
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This 8 weekend, practical course will guide you through the steps involved in making a short film. Tutored by industry professionals, the course offers a hands-on, step by step approach that will take a group of ten from a starting idea to two finished short films. Past films made on this course have been selected for film festivals around the world.

20th October - 26th November 2015 Screen Studio Academy: Actors Intensive Lab - Filmbase 
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The Screen Studio Academy Actors’ Intensive Lab is a highly practical course for performers. Participants will learn techniques to successfully engage with audiences as well as explore personal comic presence.

Tuesdays & Thursdays €380 Members / €420 Non-Members.


20th October - 26th November Screen Studio Academy: Directors Intensive Lab - Filmbase 
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Learn the techniques needed to successfully direct a horror film with the Screen Studio Academy: Directors Intensive lab. Participants will focus on idea generation to intensify terror as well as creating atmospheric screen stories.

Tuesdays & Thursdays €380 Members / €420 Non-Members.


6th-15th November 2015 60th Annual Cork Film Festival 
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Its log line is ‘Films. Music. Ideas’. As well as playing a rich selection of the best of contemporary world cinema, it has a lively and varied music on film programme, and a timely event series which uses films to explore some of the burning issues of our time.

6th November 2015 DEADLINE - Applications for Northern Ireland Screen's Feature Documentary Development Call 
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Northern Ireland Screen seeks applications to develop feature documentaries that will deliver unique visions and voices on universal stories from Northern Ireland resident filmmakers. This is the second call in 2015-16 for feature documentary development applications.

6th - 8th November 2015 FCPX 101: Professional Post Production - Filmbase 
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This three-day course teaches students to perform basic editing functions while becoming familiar with the user interface for Apple’s popular editing software Final Cut Pro.

6th – 8th November, 3 days €510 Members / €550 Non-Members.


6th November 2015 Submissions for Animation Dingle EARLY DEADLINE 
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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 and International 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 four years, now established as a core component of its screenings, speakers and activities.

7th-8th November 2015 The Film Producer’s Masterclass – Stephen Follows 
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In a busy two-day crash course, expert producer Stephen Follows will take you through every step of the filmmaking journey, from idea through to seeing your creation on the big screen. Cost - €180.

7th-8th November 2015 Workshop for Directors & Actors with Paul Mercier - Galway Film Centre 
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Tutored by director, Paul Mercier, this 2 day practical workshop will guide directors and actors on how to work a scene together. The participants will get an insight into how to approach the scene from script to rehearsal and going for a take. The workshop will provide an understanding to directors and actors of the different challenges facing them when working on a scene. It will also give insights on how actors and directors can collaborate together to get the most out of their work. Over the 2 days, participants will workshop different scenes together and compare and contrast the different approaches.

€120 unwaged/€130 waged.


11th-14th November 2015 Junior Film Fleadh 2015 
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In addition to a mix of workshops, script competition, and panels, this provides young filmmakers with a platform to show their work on a big screen, whether made individually, with friends, school, college, class, youth or sports club.

13th November 2015 Colour Correction using FCPX - Galway Film Centre 
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This half day workshop suits new & existing users of Final Cut Pro 10. Get to understand the new Colour Correction effect in FCPX 10.2. €15(members)/€20(non-members)

13th November 2015 Colour Correction using Premiere Pro - Galway Film Centre 
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his half day workshop suits new & existing users of Premiere Pro. Get to understand the new Lumetri Scopes and Lumetri Color Panel in Premiere Pro CC2015. €15(members)/€20(non-members).

14th-15th November 2015 Visual Storytelling: A Workshop for Directors, Writers & Producers - Filmbase 
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This two-day workshop with director and writer Josh Appignanesi (The Infidel; Song of Songs) aims to help emerging filmmakers by addressing in richly practical detail the fundamental questions of visual storytelling. €220 Members / €250 Non-members

16th November 2015 DEADLINE for receipt of submission to Splanc! 
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Splanc! is the Irish language arts documentary scheme that supports the creative exploration of the arts in Ireland. This season aims to fund short films of three –five minutes in duration on any art form which will form a collective response to 100 years of art in Ireland. A total fund of €120,000 is available to support up to nine short films.

16th November 2015 Foundation Drafting Course from Screen Training Ireland and Galway Film Centre tutored by Anna Rackard 
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This programme is aimed at trainees and assistant art directors who wish to learn the foundations of film drafting and measuring, and those who have done some drafting but wish to bring their drafting skills to an intermediate level. The course will be tutored by production designer, Anna Rackard.

17th November 2015 Screen Producers Ireland: Producing outside the M50 
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Round room discussion followed by light lunch and networking opportunity. Participants are Ciarán Kissane - BAI Sound & Vision Fund, James Hickey - CEO Bord Scannán na hÉireann/ Irish Film Board and Micheál O Meallaigh - Stiúrthóir Coimisiúnaithe, TG4.

18th-22nd November 2015 Foyle Film Festival 2015 
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Foyle Film Festival, a flagship project of the Nerve Centre, is the annual celebration of independent films, acclaimed feature length movies, documentaries and short films. This year the Festival will run from Wednesday, November 18 - Sunday, November 22. Over the last 28 years the Festival has become renowned for attracting high profile names such as Brendan Gleeson, Ray Winstone, Wim Wenders, Cillian Murphy, Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Kenneth Branagh, Roddy Doyle, Jimmy McGovern, Sam Shepherd, Danny Boyle, Paul Greengrass, Frank Cottrell Boyce, Stephen Rea, Julien Temple, Andrea Arnold - to name but a few. This year’s Festival will be no different.

19th November 2015 Creative Europe MEDIA's Single Project Development Submission DEADLINE 
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This scheme is for independent European production companies (established for at least 12 months) with at least one recently distributed project who wish to develop a new project with international potential for cinema, television or a digital platform for which they own the majority of rights.

30th November 2015 Irish Film Board Development Applications - DEADLINE 
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Irish Film Board Development decisions will generally be reached within 6-8 weeks of the submission deadline.

   


 
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