This popular part-time course, aimed at beginners, guides students through the development of a short film from start to finish and culminates in the production of two shorts over a weekend.
Run over 10 weekends, this hands on course will take you through the filmmaking process from script to screen, culminating in two groups shooting two short films.
With all tutors current film practitioners, this course has been designed to encourage and develop independent filmmaking. This is ideal if you are looking for a way into the film industry or want to gain a better understanding of filmmaking – at the end of the course you will have a short film to use as part of a show reel for your Curriculum Vitae or film school.
Short Scriptwriting and Development
Camera and Lighting
Theory of Editing
3-Day shoot with supervisors
3-Day edit with professional editor
Professional Sound Mix
The course is tutored by various professionals working in the industry. From Emmy-nominated Sound Recordist Noel Quinn, to Poison Pen producer Sharon Cronin to Assistant Director Ali Doyle.
Starts 28th January
10-weekends (PLEASE NOTE, SOME WEEKDAY EVENINGS ARE REQUIRED TOWARDS THE END OF THE COURSE)
Saturdays – 10.30am to 5pm
Sundays – 11.00am to 5.30pm
Weekday Evenings (where applicable) – 7 to 10pm
€950 (€400 non-refundable deposit required)
Filmbase Membership is also included in the price!
This fee covers all course materials, production costs for one weekend shoot, one weekend edit and a copy of the completed films.
Filmbase, Temple Bar, Curved street
To reserve your place on this course, please contact Filmbase Reception on 01 679 6716 and dial 0. For more information, email our Training Department at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please read our Terms & Conditions before booking a course. Evacuation, dir. Gareth Williams – Made as part of the Digital Filmmaking Course 2012.
Clues, dir. Kathy Kelly – Made as part of the Digital Filmmaking Course 2012.