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Dates: TBC, Mon – Fri


Filmbase is proud to announce a brand new Filmmaking camp; this 4-day programme is for aspiring filmmakers aged 11-14 to learn various aspects of the art form. This hands-on course will introduce students to the fundamentals of developing a simple story to the screen via our state-of-the-art in-house camera kits.

Course contents

• Establish the story, character development and dialogue • Basics in rehearsing to camera and preparation for filming • Practical classes in Directing and Camera • Fundamental instruction in film production • Acting for camera

Tutor Bios:

Paul Farren

Paul Farren is a writer, director, editor. He has made several award funded shorts over the years. His feature debut ‘Where The Sea Used To Be’ has recently screened with Access Cinema. It won the Best First Time Feature Director award at the Amsterdam Film Festival. He also works as a commercials director and has produced campaigns for Coca Cola Ireland, and Brandy dog food amongst others. Paul has a long history of making films with teenagers on the Screenagers programme and with other groups around the country.



  • TBC, Mon – Fri

Class times:

  • 10am-4pm


  • €200
  • €100 Deposit (non-refundable)

To Book / More Info:

  • For more info or to book, please contact Filmbase Reception on 01 679 6716 and dial 0.
  • Detailed information on this course is available from our Training Department; please email
  • Please read our Terms & Conditions before booking a course.