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Story Campus Returns To Filmbase
27 Apr 2012 : By Steve Cummins
David Keating (left) & David Pope at Story Campus earlier this year (photo Aidan Kelly)
Irish writer/ director Ian Power (The Runway) and producers Tim Palmer (The Last of the High Kings, Into the West) and Nathalie Lichtenthaeler (As If I Am Not There) will be amongst the industry guests at next week’s Story Campus session in Filmbase.

Following a sold-out event at the Jameson Dublin International Film Festival earlier this year, Story Campus returns to Dublin on Wednesday (May 2nd) with a new day long series of sessions.

Designed and delivered by filmmakers David Keating (The Last of the High Kings, Wake Wood) and David Pope (Miles From Nowhere), Story Campus comprises of a day of sessions designed to give skills and information to filmmakers looking to approach the industry with feature film projects.

The day is aimed at advancing key storytelling techniques for project pitches, story outlines and project packaging and is suitable for writers, directors and producers preparing a fiction feature film.

Wednesday’s session will run from 10am to 5pm and costs €50 for Filmbase members and €65 for non-members

Booking is now open for this session on 01 679 6716 (dial 0 for reception) with more information on the event available on the Filmbase website.



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