Upcoming Courses & Events

Passport to Production: Film and TV Drama New Entrant Training Programme starting 25.02.2019

Passport to Production is a new entrant training programme which has been developed to equip new entrants with the key future skills for working in the Film and TV Industry, and to support new entrants on the job and on set. Industry feedback internationally and nationally continually highlights the need for future skills such as

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Cracking Edit Producing starting 26.02.2019

Edit Producing is rapidly escalating to one of the most important roles in high end, fast turnaround non-scripted television production. Prime time ratings winners in Ireland are adopting the UK and US Edit Producer model, quickly reaping the benefits to quality, creativity, consistency, budget and a timely delivery to the channel (in Ireland or internationally). 

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Investigating Characters starting 27.02.2019

Screen Skills Ireland is seeking participants for “Investigating Characters”. This course will provide guidance to writers and creatives on: Plot and Character; How They Are Intertwined Clarifying a Character’s Primary Motivation How to Write Secondary Characters and Give Them Definition Beats of Transformation Communicating Character Economically and Memorably Mary Kate O Flanagan is an award-winning

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Visual Storytelling Skills for Animation Storyboard Artists starting 02.03.2019

Screen Skills Ireland is seeking participants for Visual Storytelling Skills for Animation Storyboard Artists course. This 2-day intensive course will provide participants with the principles of visual storytelling and outline how these principles apply to storyboard for animation. Through a series of demonstrations and useful examples, this course will give participants an overview of the

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Archive Research for TV & Film Documentary starting 05.03.2019

This one-day course will focus on the role of the researcher and the use of archives in the making of television programmes.  The course will primarily introduce participants to the growing diversity of archival resources that can be used in programme-making, but it will also focus on the role of research in the production process

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Directing and Composing Workshop: Understanding Music and Its Effect on the Perception of Film starting 05.03.2019

As an Emmy nominated and award winning music producer and composer, Craig Stuart Garfinkle’s career includes work on feature films, trailers, documentaries, multimedia, television, commercials, stage and CDs. Most recently, Craig was a composer for the iconic video game, World of Warcraft and its expansion, Warlords of Draenor (Hollywood Music in Media Award, Best Video Game Score, Nominated for

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