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Intro to Acting for TV & Film – Sarah Hone

Posted by on Aug 9, 2016 in Acting, Acting Courses, Post-production Training, Production Training, Slider, Training, Upcoming Courses | 0 comments

Intro to Acting for TV & Film – Sarah Hone

sarah hone b&w headshot 3rd Oct – 28th Nov, 8 Monday Eves (no class 31st Oct)

€275 Members / €295 Non-Members

This rigorous film-acting course is aimed at aspiring and beginners level actors, as well as theatrically trained actors, wanting to make the transition from stage to screen.

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FCPX 101: Professional Post Production

Posted by on Apr 3, 2016 in Apple Courses, FCP Authorised Training, Post-production Training, Slider, Training, Upcoming Courses | 0 comments

FCPX 101: Professional Post Production

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30th Sept – 2nd Oct, Fri – Sun

€510 Members / €550 Non-Members

This three-day course teaches students to perform basic editing functions while becoming familiar with the user interface for Apple’s popular editing software Final Cut Pro.

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After Effects 101 – Intro to After Effects CC

Posted by on Feb 1, 2016 in Adobe Courses, Post-production Training, Upcoming Courses, Visual FX Courses | 0 comments

After Effects 101 – Intro to After Effects CC

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10th – 12th November, 3 Days: Thurs – Sat

€510 Members / €550 Non-Members

Students will learn the key techniques for working in After Effects including animating text, colour correction, 3D objects and more.

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Premiere Pro 101 – Intro to Premiere Pro CC

Posted by on Jan 23, 2016 in Adobe Courses, Editing Course, Post-production Training, Training, Upcoming Courses | 0 comments

Premiere Pro 101 – Intro to Premiere Pro CC

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22nd – 24th September, 3 Days: Thurs – Sat

€510 Members / €550 Non-Members

In this Adobe Authorised Training, students will learn all the main features of Adobe video editing software, Premiere Pro.

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Intern opportunity

Posted by on Dec 10, 2015 in Editing, Industry Jobs, Opportunities, Sound | 0 comments

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Sound Engineering

Gain experience in: Audio Post Production including Sound Editing, Sound Mixing and ADR for Animation, Commercials and Feature Film in a highly creative and professional environment.

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Autumn Training at Filmbase

Posted by on Sep 22, 2015 in Post-production Training, Production Training | 0 comments

Autumn Training at Filmbase

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Upcoming Courses & Oppertunities

We have just launched a jam-packed schedule of autumn courses. Covering both creative and technical elements of filmmaking, these training opportunities vary in length from a weekend’s masterclass to a year-long MA programme!

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InConversation with Composer Joseph Conlan

Posted by on Oct 8, 2014 in Film News, News, Pre Production and Production, Resources, Sound | 0 comments

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Composing Film Scores

Film Ireland sit down with composer Joseph Conlan in the latest episode of InConversation, a series of audio interviews with film industry experts.

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“Fix it in Post” – When to Rely on Post-Production

Posted by on Dec 4, 2013 in Directing, Post Production, Resources | 0 comments

Equipment_Edit Suite_2 (278x185)How reliant should you be on post-production? When is it better to spend the time getting an effect in camera that could be achieved easily in post? Eamonn Gray, for Film Ireland, talked to directors Virginia Gilbert, Colm McCarthy, Lenny Abrahamson and Brian O’Malley about ‘post addiction’ and how to avoid the habit.

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Crowd Duplication Tutorial – by John Kennedy

Posted by on Aug 19, 2013 in Post Production, Resources | 0 comments

Resources_Post_127 - VFX Crowd duplicationVisual effects artist John Kennedy gives a practical guide to the commonly used post technique, crowd duplication.

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The Craft of Film Editing – by David O Mahony

Posted by on Aug 19, 2013 in Editing, Post Production, Resources | 0 comments

Resources_Post_124 - mementoAssessing the influence editing has on a film is no easy task; the arrangement of images within a scene goes some way to defining the tone, mood, pace and length of the overall piece. Key decisions such as how long a shot is held prior to cutting, the choice of scene and shot sequencing and the relationships engineered between images can all effect subtle yet crucial deviations in audience reaction. Editing, in a very real sense, can be as manipulative as a lugubrious composer’s emotional underscoring of dramatic events in the narrative.

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