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Masterclasses at Animation Dingle 2019 announced 15.02.2019

Supported by Screen Skills Ireland, Animation Skillnet are teaming up with Animation Dingle to offer 4 masterclasses at Animation Dingle 2019 (with support from Skillnet Ireland and the BAI). The masterclasses take place on Saturday the 23rd of March at Saint James’ Church, Dingle. Masterclass 1 – Character Development with Wouter Tulp – 9.30am – 11.30am

Schoolism LIVE 2019 Schedule Announced 12.02.2019

Screen Skills Ireland, in collaboration with Animation Skillnet, are very pleased to announce the schedule for Schoolism LIVE 2019. Schoolism LIVE brings together some of the best talent in the industries of feature animation, gaming, illustration, and design in an intensely focused weekend of workshops Schoolism LIVE – Dublin 2019 will take place on the

Multi-Camera Drama Directing Programme with RTÉ commences 31.01.2019

RTÉ in partnership with Screen Skills Ireland are delighted to announce that the Multi-Camera Drama Director Training Programme has commenced. Running until June 2019, the programme provides an opportunity for the candidates to go through a structured training course, preparing them to direct episodes of RTÉs ongoing drama, Fair City. The participants (Janna Kemperman, Jason

Silk Road Film Festival 19 – Creating Animated Worlds with Joseph Wallace Masterclass 28.01.2019

Founded in 2012, the Silk Road International Film Festival (SRIFF) is fast becoming an international acclaimed film festival which is held annually during the month of March in Dublin, Ireland. The festival also holds year-round screenings, talks & events. Creating Animated Worlds with Joseph Wallace is a masterclass taking place in Jonathan Swift Theatre on

A Year in Review 2018 18.01.2019

Screen Skills Ireland are delighted to present the online version of “A Year in Review 2018”, which was launched at Screen Ireland’s Production Catalogue event this week. The review looks back over the key initiatives, events and support offered in 2018 by Screen Skills Ireland to the wider industry, and outlines the plan for developments