See below for the latest information on upcoming opportunities to get involved in the Irish film industry, including jobs, castings and calls for crews. If you would like an advert posted please send all the relevant information to email@example.com.
As Ireland’s leading film training centre, Filmbase offers a range resources for those looking to work in the film industry. Head over to the Training Section to see our upcoming courses designed to improve your skills and employability.
Filmbase Masters students offer low-cost head shot solutions for actors
Here at Filmbase on Tuesday 21st March and Wednesday 22nd March. Only €25 per hour.
A scheme open to artists with disabilities working in any artform.
This scheme is designed to support artists with disabilities to make new and ambitious work.
CASTING CALL: TWO SHORT FILMS
Auditions Filmbase on FRIDAY THE 10th MARCH.
Closing Date: 13th of April at 12 noon
Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council invites applications for a writer in residence for the period June 2017 to May 2018. This writer in residence is managed by Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council Arts Office and is grant-aided by the Arts Council.
#TaxJustice Women’s Rights photo exhibition in advance of International Women’s Day
Join ActionAid for the launch of our #TaxJustice for Women’s Rights photo exhibition, on Thursday the 2nd of March, at 6.30pm, with visiting speakers from Zambia, Nigeria and Kenya.
FilmOffaly/Filmbase Short Film Award 2017
(Postal applications only – if posting from Ireland it should be post marked on or before Thursday 2nd March)
This funding initiative aims to foster creative and resourceful film-making in Co. Offaly. We are looking for original, entertaining stories by talented filmmakers, who – if selected – must set and shoot their project in the county.
Dad’s Red Dress, a brand new novel by screenwriter, L.J.Sedgwick
Save the date March 15th, 7pm at Filmbase
Think embarrassing families and you’re close; add cross-dressing, a teenage narrator and a kid sister who wants to be a nun and thinks she’s been abducted by the Virgin Mary. (Twice. Once on a motorbike in a pink afro).
Tailored Films is seeking an energetic, ambitious and experienced producer to join its team.
National Youth Media Awards competition The competition is primarily aimed at secondary schools, colleges and youth clubs nationwide and is supported by the Department of Health, the HSE, the Ana Liffey Drug Project, Healthy Ireland,The Union of Students in Ireland, The Irish Second Level Student Union and the Drugs.ie website. Drugs.ie is Ireland’s National Drug and Alcohol Information and Support Website.The drugs.ie site has in excess of 120,000 unique Irish visitors each year and over 500,000 international visitors. This annual drugs education competition aims to help students explore and understand various issues relating to drug and alcohol use in Irish society. To enter, students are asked to research topics or share their personal experiences and create either: a short video, an audio podcast, a news article; or a poster on one of the following themes: (a) Why do some young people use drugs? (b) What impact does alcohol have on relationships? The age categories for entering are: 12-14; 15-17; 18-21; 22-25. By getting involved, students can explore the issue of drugs and alcohol from a constructionist learning experience. This can have a more meaningful impact on their own understanding of the issues – as this type of learning experience is effective when people are also active in making tangible objects in the real world. In turn, schools can take a proactive and innovative approach to raising awareness and understanding of the issues; issues that affect the lives of many young people in Ireland. On this basis, we are asking all schools to encourage students to enter – as individual entrants – or as a group project. Winners from the four age categories will receive an iPad mini and the overall winner will receive a prize of €2,000. Winners will also have their work published on drugs.ie. The competition coincides with existing modules delivered through the S.P.H.E curriculum. The competition also allows a unique opportunity for the topic of drugs and alcohol to be explored in Art, English and Media class. Video, audio, article and poster entries created by young people as part of the competition are available on the drugs.ie site.These are useful resources which can be used to raise awareness among students in schools. Drugs.ie have collaborated with the 2017 Audi Dublin International Film Festival to present a number of entries from the Drugs.ie ‘Let’s Talk About Drugs’ National Youth Media Awards Competition Short Video Category. Drugs.ie are encouraging young people to enter the competition for the possibility of having their work featured as part of the festival which takes place mid-February. The competition has also collaborated with The Irish Times Student Hub (http://www.irishtimes.com/student-hub). As a result winning entries will be considered for publication on Irish Times Student Hub (and future 2nd level hub) subject to editorial approval. You will find full competition details, information for teachers, recommended research sites and examples of previous winners at...
International festival takes place in June
This international festival takes place every June in the Polish House, the seat of the Polish Social and Cultural Association, at 20 Fitzwilliam Place, Dublin 2, Ireland.
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