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Casting Call

Posted by on May 26, 2017 in Castings, News, Opportunities | 0 comments

Casting Male or Female **Paid roles** Male or Female to kiss a male and a female in a video stunt on June 8th. To Apply...

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Content Producer

Posted by on May 26, 2017 in Crew Calls, Industry Jobs, News, Opportunities | 0 comments


<h4>Tilleo – Dublin (Filmbase)</h4>

Based on an internship/temporary contract basis with opportunity for full time, longer term: €TBC


Tilleo require a creative Course Content Producer, to join our team to help in the production of high-quality-film courses for lifestyle learners. The role covers every aspect of production from research, talent liaison, storyboarding, course structuring, shoot scheduling, through to editing direction and distribution.

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NEW 2017 DATES: CLOSE UP – Development scheme for Actors

Posted by on May 22, 2017 in Castings, Crew Calls, Current Schemes, Industry Jobs, News, Opportunities | 0 comments

Filmbase Talent Development Scheme


**** Starting 13th of June 2017****

Filmbase is delighted to announce the third in a series of talent development schemes for actors. CLOSE UP is a professional development programme for actors at Filmbase.

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Video Editor (Paid Internship) – 3 months

Posted by on May 15, 2017 in Events, Industry Jobs, News, Opportunities | 0 comments


Job Opportunities

Job Description:
Title: Job Description:
Title: Video Editor (Internship) – 3 months
Location: Dublin – Sandyford
Reports to: Head of Marketing

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Kildare Short Grass Film commissions 2017

Posted by on May 11, 2017 in Events, News, Opportunities, Resources | 0 comments

Kildare County Council Kildare County Council is delighted to announce details of the 2017 Kildare Short Grass Film commissions. Awards were made for two films to be shot on location in Co Kildare, with funding of €12,500 to support the productions. Written by Cian Mc Garrigle, directed by Paudie Baggott and produced by Sarah Barr, ‘Rip to the Rescue!’ is a dark sci-fi comedy. The film is set in post-apocalyptic Ireland where a suave American jet pilot tries to rescue a beautiful young woman from her domineering mother – but he soon finds out that in the midlands, family can be deadly. The creative team said that they were ‘over the moon’, in receiving the commission. ‘Taking Stock’ written and directed by Siobhan McMahon and produced by Emma Owen of Babyjane Productions sees ‘A farmer challenged, slowly comes undone protecting his farm’. They commented, ‘We are thrilled to be awarded the Kildare County Council/Short Grass Film Commission. This bursary has given us the opportunity to share our story and create a film that will engage and appeal to a wide-reaching audience. We are delighted to be collaborating with the Kildare Arts Service. Kildare was a natural choice for our film as the locations are a perfect match. We are aware that previous recipients of the award were extremely successful on the festival circuit ………the standard has been set!’ Mayor of Kildare, Cllr Ivan Keatley congratulated both of the creative teams on their awards and stated that he hoped these films would further enhance Kildare’s reputation as a ‘film friendly county’. At the recent Irish Film and Television Awards (IFTA’s), two films that received support from Kildare County Council were nominated. The multi-award winning ‘Gridlock’, was short-listed in the category for ‘Best Short Film’, having previously been long-listed for the Oscars. Actress Caoilfhionn Dunne received a IFTA nomination for her lead role in ‘In View’, which was largely shot on location in Kildare, with support from Kildare County Council. ‘In View’ has a cinema release in IFI, Dublin starting on the 19th May. For further information about Kildare’s film programme, contact Lucina Russell, Arts Officer, Kildare County Council T:045-448318, E:...

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‘WONDER’ Visual Art Boot Camp’s class

Posted by on May 8, 2017 in Events, Opportunities, Upcoming Events | 0 comments


Exhibition at Filmbase

Adrienne Geoghegan’s Visual Art Boot Camps and Filmbase Gallery is excited to present ‘WONDER’ Visual Art Boot Camp’s class of of 35 illustrators and picture book makers present a showcase of their recent work.

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IADT Job Oppertunities

Posted by on May 8, 2017 in Film News, Industry Jobs, News, Opportunities | 0 comments

downloadDeadline 12th May 2017

Would you like to join Ireland’s leading Third Level Institute for the Creative, Cultural + Technological Sectors? IADT are looking to fill a number of roles.

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Drumshanbo Artists’ Studios – Call for Applications

Posted by on May 4, 2017 in Events, News, Opportunities | 0 comments


Leitrim County Council Arts Office and Library Service is seeking interest from suitable artists

Leitrim County Council Arts Office and Library Service is seeking interest from suitable artists (at least one of which will be a writer) who would like to take up residence in one of two studios at Market House, Drumshanbo, Co. Leitrim (Drumshanbo Library Building).

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Dublin Sci-Fi Film Festival 5th – 7th May 2017

Posted by on May 4, 2017 in Events, News, Opportunities | 0 comments

DSFFF_Website_HeaderDatesDublin Sci-Fi Film Festival
Ireland’s newest genre film festival is coming to Dublin from the 5th-7th May.

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Damer House Gallery ‘Homeland 2017’ Video – Loop

Posted by on May 3, 2017 in Events, News, Opportunities | 0 comments


Damer House Gallery is organizing fourth year running project ‘Homeland 2017’ Video – Loop

‘Blackbird singing in the dead of night’
Paul McCartney

Released: June 1968
‘McCartney has stated that the lyrics of the song were inspired by the unfortunate state of race relations in the United States in the 1960s’.

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