The Factory Announce Programme for Screen Acting 2012-2013

| May 29, 2012 | Comments (1)

The Factory is pleased to announce the first ever solely dedicated year long programme in Screen Acting at The Factory beginning this September.

 

APPLICATIONS NOW OPEN FOR SEPTEMBER 2012!

 

This full-time Screen Acting Programme runs from the 24th of September 2012 to the 14th of May 2013.

 

Since its establishment in 2009 by John Carney, Lance Daly and Kirsten Sheridan, the Factory has provided training, development, studio space, post production facilities and networking opportunities for actors, directors and producers. The Factory Actors Studio is run in collaboration with leading casting director Maureen Hughes with contributions from a wide range of film industry professionals. The Factory has partnered with Screen Training Ireland and been supported by the Irish Film Board.

 

A fee of €4,950 applies with a limited number of scholarship places available.

No previous experience is required.

 

Early application deadline:        8th June 2012, Fee €30

Late application deadline:         22nd June 2012, Fee €50

 

All applicants will be reviewed and feedback given from The Factory Panel. Shortlisted applicants will be auditioned for #TheProgramme in July & August. Offers will be made on Friday the 31 August 2012.

 

To apply please send Cover Letter, CV and Headshot and Application Fee to:

The Programme,

The Factory,

35a Barrow Street,

Grand Canal Dock,

Dublin4.

Hard copies only accepted.

For further details please contact us at theprogramme@thefactory.ie, visit www.thefactory.ie or call Muireann or Claire on 01 4432319.

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  1. Fiachra says:

    Hasn’t Kirsten Sheridan taken enough money from our Film Board without needing to charge five grand for some Mickey Mouse acting course?

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