Career Guidance & Counselling
Third Level Open Days - October 2019
The following are the dates for Open Days for October 2019. Further information will be available on the relevant website nearer the time.
Should you have any queries please email Ms O Malley at email@example.com
Oct 11 Shannon College of Hotel Management
Oct 12 UCC
Oct 15 Deadline for applications to Oxford, Cambridge, Medicine, Vet Medicine and Dentistry in the UK
Oct 17 and 18 UL Mary Immaculate College, Limerick; Limerick Institute of Technology (LIT)
Oct 18 St Angela’s College, Sligo
Oct 18 and 19 Athlone IT
Oct 19 GMIT
Oct 22 UCD – School of Science, Computer Science, Actuarial and Finance
Oct 23 LIT – Tipperary Campus
Oct 25 IT Tralee
Cinemagic Dublin Boot Camp June 2019
Sunday 2nd June, 10am-4pm, Liffey Trust Studios Dublin, Ages: 16+, £30
• Production Management
• Assistant Directing
• Art Department & Costume
• Hair and Makeup
• Location Management
This is a great opportunity for new entrants to learn more about the film and television industry, gain insight from industry professionals, network with other new entrants and develop knowledge and key skills.
Assistant Director, Maria Mulhall (Game of Thrones, The Fall and Line of Duty)
Editor, Brian Philip Davis (The Devils Doorway, Zoo, Bad Day for the Cut and The Cured)
Producer, Production Manager and Assistant Director, Liam Ryan (Dublin Old School, Don’t Leave Home and Arracht)
Location Manager, Paddy Mc Carney (Penance, Hostage to the Devil, In America and Bloody Sunday)
Costume Designer, Louise Stanton (Rosie, Michael Inside and Song of Granite)
Props Master, Noel Walsh ( My Mother and Other Strangers, Love/Hate, Jimmy’s Hall and Braveheart)
Talking Pictures Pass - Boot Camp participants will also have FREE access to our 2019 Talking Pictures screening series. This strand is dedicated to new Irish Productions/Co-Productions or films starring Irish talent. The series is designed to offer young creatives and aspiring filmmakers the chance to watch a programme of contemporary Irish films with the added benefit of filmmaker/industry Q&As with leading film professionals.The pass will allow participants to hear from actress Jordanne Jones, star of new Irish drama Metal Heart, hear from acclaimed director Paddy Breathnach talk about Rosie written by Roddy Doyle, learn the process of creating the gripping feature The Dig (winner of Best Irish Film at Galway Film Fleadh in 2018) from Irish directors and brothers Andrew Tohill and Ryan Tohill.
Find out how the critically acclaimed director Frank Berry brought Michael McCrea’s story to screen in the multi- award-winning Michael Inside. Learn some tricks of the filmmaking trade from Carmel Winters as she gives an insight to Float Like A Butterfly. Hear about Irish writer/director Lee Cronin’s creative process from putting pen to paper to seeing his story unfold on screen as The Hole In The Ground and get insight from Aislinn Clarke, the first Irish female to direct a feature horror movie, The Devil’s Doorway, who will give the A-Z on bringing her film to the silver screen!
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