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Kerry ETB Training Centre looking for participants for AD, UPM and Line Producer course in March
02 Feb 2016 : Seán Brosnan
The Kerry ETB Training Centre’s Dawn Workshops are looking for participants for their latest course which is for people interested in becoming an Assistant Director, Unit Production Manager and Line Producer on Films and Television.

The course will be tutored by producer and line producer Eric Mofford and will take place from 21st-23rd March from 9am-7pm and will cost €250.

During this intensive three day course, attendees will explore the necessary procedures, attitudes, techniques, paperwork and responsibilities of the Line Producer, Unit Production Manager and Assistant Director to plan and run a film production.

The class will breakdown a feature film script and create a production board, schedule, day-out-of-days and draft a preliminary budget using computer programs such as Movie Magic Scheduling and Budgeting.

This class is also for any independent producer of film and television that needs to understand how to schedule and budget their project. Students will also be given handouts containing information pertinent to any future projects they embark on.

Tutor Eric Mofford is a producer and line producer that has been involved in over 100 film, television, web and music videos/commercials. He has worked as an Assistant Director and Production Manager on over 30 feature films and television programs, including the Emmy award-winning ‘24’, ‘Clockwatchers’, ‘Kalifornia’, and ‘Daughters of the Dust’. Previous producing credits include the Emmy nominated, award winning feature documentary ‘Houston We Have a Problem’; the live action portions for the EA video game, ‘Need for Speed: Undercover’, with Maggie Q; and the television pilot, ‘Finding Hope’, with Chris Mulkey, James Morrison, and Molly Quinn. He is presently Head of Production at Lone Wolf Media (Mercy Street, Yankee Jungle).

Mofford also served as the Supervising Producer on the film, ‘We'll Always Have Dingle’ which was shot in Kerry. His dramatic blues film ‘Travelin' Trains’ aired nationally on A&E and won a dozen national and international film festival awards including the CINE Golden Eagle.

Courses are run to industry demand and Tutor availability.

For more details or to register your interest, email: < a href="mailto:bnolan@kerryetbtrainingcentre.ie" target="_blank">bnolan@kerryetbtrainingcentre.ie.





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