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Events Diary for March 2016 Key: Awards Training Festival Deadline Event
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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1st March 2016 Training Co-Ordination Panel Application Deadline - Screen Training Ireland 
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Screen Training Ireland, the national training and development resource specifically created for Ireland’s film and television industry, are inviting applications from suitably qualified individuals to form a panel of co-ordinators whose function will be to co-ordinate training courses being delivered to the industry.

3rd-6th March 2016 17th Chicago Irish Film Festival 
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The Chicago Irish Film Festival is dedicated to presenting the works of Irish filmmakers to the Chicago film community. Since 1999 the festival has screened over 500 features, documentaries and short films by many of Ireland’s most talented and award-winning filmmakers.

4th March 2016 Women in the Irish Film Industry: Moving from the Margins to the Centre - Mary Immaculate College 
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The purpose of this day-long colloquium is to provide a public forum in which to address the under-representation of women in the Irish film industry. Practitioners, representatives from funding bodies, broadcasters, professional guilds and voluntary organisations will debate strategies to create gender equality in the Irish film industry.

4th-6th March 2016 2016 Toronto Irish Film Festival 
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The Toronto Irish Film Festival (TIRFF) is a unique Canadian Irish film festival. TIRFF was founded in April 2009 by Michael Barry and John Galway who have over 30 years’ collective experience in the Canadian film and television industry.

March 4th-5th, 2017 Filmbase: Location Sound Recording for TV and Film 
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From mixers to microphones and cables, there is a lot to consider. Take this hands-on course in which an experienced professional takes you through the basics and guides you through common situations, errors and best practices. As part of the course you will record and review various interview set-ups and scenes. Emmy-nominated Sound Recordist Noel Quinn (Michael Collins, Reign of Fire).

7th-17th March 2016 GMIT International Cook Serve Challenge - Gréasán na Meán 
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GMIT International Cook Serve Challenge which is running for a week in Galway in March with Gréasán na Meán producing a web based video magazine programme that covers all aspects of the challenge. They will document the competition, produce backstories on the participants and create lots of short films about food in Galway. Participants will receive on-site training from industry professionals and will also participate in a series of high end craft workshops. They will be completely hands on in the publication of an online video magazine for the GMIT International Cook Serve Challenge. It is an ideal opportunity for filmmakers who want to expand their skills and contacts in both the food and television industries.

10th-14th March 2016 Silk Road Film Festival 2016 
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The Silk Road International Film Festival returns to Dublin, Ireland for its fourth edition. Between the 10th and 14th of March, the Silk Road Film Festival will screen over a hundred films across the city of Dublin to include an exclusive array of Asian, Arab, Persian, Middle Eastern, African, Mediterranean and European cinema.

10th-13th March 2016 16th Irish Film Festival, Boston 
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The 16th Irish Film Festival, Boston will take place over four days from Thursday, March 10th to Sunday, March 13th, at the Somerville Theatre, Davis Square.

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’.

14th March 2016 Guiding Lights 2016 - Application Deadline 
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On the scheme, each mentee is matched with a leading film industry professional who provides advice and guidance over a nine-month period. The current edition of the scheme saw, amongst others, Ben Wheatley (Sightseers, High Rise), Andrew Macdonald (Trainspotting, The Last King of Scotland) and Matt Charman (Suite Francaise, Bridge of Spies) join former mentors, including Abi Morgan, Barbara Broccoli, Lone Sherfig, Joanna Hogg, Hossein Amini, Sam Mendes, Alex Garland, Nira Park and Kenneth Branagh.

14th March 2016 Rigging for Film – Advanced Scaffolding - Screen Training Ireland 
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This programme, aimed at riggers in the film industry, is a combination course; participants will have one week’s training on tube and fitting scaffolds and rigging for film, followed by the 10-day certified Advanced Scaffolding programme. The course covers the following:

14th-18th March 2016 Lighting & Cinematography Masterclass - The National Digital Skills Centre at The Kerry Training Centre 
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The Masterclass will be led by Steve Fierberg ASC (Entourage, The Affair) and Mo Flam (Spotlight, The English Patient). Camera position and movement, lens selection, and scene coverage are critical to all forms of narrative storytelling and this one-week workshop is for cinematographers and emerging filmmakers who want to focus on the use of camera in cinematic storytelling.

14th-22nd March 2016 2016 Belgrade Irish Film Festival 
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The 2016 Belgrade Irish Festival (BIF) is the 4th year in their journey to introduce, share and experiment multi-disciplinary Irish arts in the fertile ground of Belgrade, a dynamic crossroads of European identity, culture and history.

16th-27th March 2016 2016 Moscow Irish Film Festival as part of Irish Week 
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Screenings of films, documentaries, concerts of traditional music and dancing, the 24th traditional ST PATRICK’S DAY PARADE followed by the 8-hour gala-festival DAY AND NIGHT.

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.

18th March 2016 RTÉ/NRK Format Farm Celtic Media Competition Deadline 
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RTÉ’s Format Farm is teaming up with Norwegian National Broadcaster NRK to offer €10,000 development funding for an impactful format that entertains viewers that can broadcast on both the Norwegian and Irish domestic market in the first instance. Executives from RTÉ and NRK will hear 5 finalist pitches at the Celtic Media Festival on 21st of April 2016. The aims of the Format Farm development pitch is to support and inspire creativity and innovation.

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