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‘Savage’ Producer Conor Barry to teach at Filmbase
14 Jan 2014 : Deirdre Molumby
Filmbase is located in Temple Bar, Dublin
The next course in Digital Filmmaking offered by Filmbase, is set to commence at the start of February and continue for twelve weeks.

Conor Barry, producer of the award-winning ‘Savage’, will be instructing students through the production modules on offer in the course. Conor Barry was also line-producer for ‘Silent Sonata’, and producer for TG4 series ‘Gualainn le Gualainn’ and the recent ‘Love Eternal.’

Aidan Maguire will also be teaching at the course, guiding the students on camera and lighting. Aidan has worked as a DOP, camera operator, and timelapse operator. He has worked with award-winning directors including Colm Quinn on the film ‘Joy.’

Location sound recording will be taught by Noel Quinn, who was nominated for ‘Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Miniseries or a Special’ at the Primetime Emmys. His feature film credits include ‘P.S. I Love You’ and ‘This Must be the Place’ while his television credits include ‘The Tudors.’

The basics of writing short films will be taught by Stephen Walsh who acted, co-produced and wrote ‘Where the Sea Used to Be.’ He also wrote the documentary ‘Dreaming the Quiet Man.’

Other modules included in the course include directing, crew dynamics, pitching, and casting. Production design will be taught by Padraig O’Neill while casting and auditioning will be taught by Thyrza Ging. The course will culminate in two groups of students producing two short films.

The course co-ordinator for Filmbase’s Digital Filmmaking course is Tristan Hutchinson. He has said of the course: “our hopes are to give the skills, confidence and technical know-how to go on and develop their own interest and passion in filmmaking outside of Filmbase. This hands-on, practical and theoretical course covers all the aspects of short film production and combined with meeting and working with top industry professionals, students gain access to a range of fantastic skills and modules that they can implement and use in their own career.”

The Digital Filmmaking course will start on 1st Feb. For more information, contact Tristan Hutchinson at tristan@filmbase.ie, call 01 679 6716, or visit filmbase.ie

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