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SUBMISSIONS NOW OPEN FOR 2018 GALWAY FILM FLEADH

30th Galway Film Fleadh,

Feature film submissions are now open for the 30th Galway Film Fleadh, taking place between 10th – 15th July, 2018.
The festival is Ireland’s leading film event, known internationally as the discovery place of New Irish Cinema, and home to the Galway Film Fair, Ireland’s only film marketplace.

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Transmedia as a Marketing and Distribution strategy

Calling all Creative Producers, Development Executives & Distributors

Application deadline: Tuesday 23rd January 2018

Screen Training Ireland and Filmbase are hosting a three-day training programme, focusing on Transmedia as a Marketing and Distribution strategy.

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How to be a Successful YouTuber

Clisare 1TBC, 1 Weekend

€180 Members / €210 Non-Members

This 2-Day Masterclass, taught by award winning YouTuber ‘Clisare’, is a practical, hands on to starting and running your own YouTube channel. The course is ideal for those looking to start or have started recently, and is aimed at people who have audiences of less than 5,000.

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Crowdfunding for Film

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TBC, 10.00am – 5.00pm

€80 Members / €120 Non-Members

Taught by film director and producer Frankie Fenton, this Crowdfunding for Film class is a practical, step-by-step guide that gives you the knowledge and tools to create a successful crowdfunding marketing strategy for your films.

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InConversation with Pauline Cotter and Helen Wells

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Submitting Short Films to Festivals

The latest episode of Film Ireland’s series of audio interviews with industry experts, InConversation, features Pauline Cotter and Helen Wells of The Corona Fastnet Short Film Festival (CFSFF), which takes place every year in the picturesque fishing village of Schull on the south-west coast of Ireland.

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An Interview With – Distributor Tony Safford

Resources_Prod_121 - Fox SearchlightTony Safford is the Head of Acquisitions for Fox Searchlight, who specialise in the US distribution of foreign films including British and Irish film. The company’s first-ever film was The Brothers McMullen, which charted life in an Irish-American family, and other films they have distributed include In America, The Good Thief, The Van and Waking Ned. Tony Safford was responsible for acquiring the hugely successful Once for US theatrical distribution.

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