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Posted by on Feb 16, 2018 in Acting, Animation, Cinematography, Comedy, Directing, Distribution, Documentary, Editing, Events, Film News, Funding, Getting Started, Industry Jobs, News, Opportunities, Post Production, Pre Production and Production, Producing, Resources, Sound, Writing | 0 comments

30th Galway Film Fleadh,

Feature film submissions are now open for the 30th Galway Film Fleadh, taking place between
10th – 15th July, 2018.
The festival is Ireland’s leading film event, known internationally as the discovery place of New Irish Cinema, and home to the Galway Film Fair, Ireland’s only film marketplace.

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Audition CC – Sound Editing and Mixing

Posted by on Jun 24, 2017 in Adobe Courses, Editing, Editing Course, Post Production, Post-production Training, Sound, Sound Training, Training | 0 comments

Audition CC – Sound Editing and Mixing

12th – 14th April, Thursday – Saturday

€510 Members / €550 Non-Members

This three-day course suits video editors wanting to learn the basic structures and techniques of audio editing, repair and multitrack mixing. 

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Intern opportunity

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


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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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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