Call For: Actor and V/O Artist


Illustration: Adeline Pericart

Auditions to take place at the GMIT Centre for Creative Arts & Media, Monivea Road, Galway on Friday Nov 29th between 3 and 5 pm.

Female aged 25-40, happy person who has no problem entertaining kids on Halloween. This happy demeanour may be her downfall as she realises something is wrong too late.
Previous experience not essential.
Unpaid but valuable experience.
Send CV/headshot and any links to:

The Voice: V/O only
Male aged 35-50, a predator experienced in horrific acts.
Quite deep voice required, must be able to convey a sense of calm, turning to mysterious, and then eerie. Neutral accent.
Previous experience not essential.
Unpaid but valuable experience.
For more information and to apply email:
Applications for the Voice will be accepted by means of voice recording sent to the above email, or by an over the phone audition.
Provisional shoot dates are 7/8 December in Galway. Please only apply if you are available on these dates.


Call For: Cast for Quincy Films’ debut feature, ‘Gate’.


Illustration: Adeline Pericart

Waterford-born writer and director Neil O’Driscoll – known for his shorts Girls and Never Worn, as well as music videos for Katie Kim, Solar Taxi, Deaf Joe and Sam Lee – is currently casting for his debut feature, Gate.

Gate is a supernatural thriller set in the fishing village of Dunmore East during the summer of 2008. Marianne, a 17-year-old local girl, is suffering from nightmares caused by a painful secret she harbours. After a local farmer bulldozes an ancient tomb, something is set in motion that will shake the small community to its core, dragging Marianne, her family and friends into a morbid series of events.

Quincy Films is looking to add to the cast currently in place; including Holly Browne and Mollie Molumby. Mollie, of The Independent Theatre Workshop, will play the lead character, Marianne. Auditions for the wider cast will be held this month, with the film going into production in Waterford later in the year. Please contact us at to register your interest.

Dublin Auditions – 19 / 20th April

Waterford Auditions – 26 / 27th April

DAVE (Marianne’s uncle)

Artistic, amicable and cheerful; he is well meaning, well-liked and slightly shambolic.

Male : 30 – 35

FRAN (Dave’s friend)

Fran shares Dave’s positive qualities, but has more sense and a sharper intuition.

Female : 30 – 35

JACQUI (Marianne’s mother)

Perky and glamorous, but droll; the voice of reason.

Female : 34 – 40

TERRY (Marianne’s father)

Goodlooking and charming, in an off-hand way; a rough diamond.

Male : 35 – 42


A stoney-faced farmer, he has a cool and wary manner; feared by most.

Male : 37 – 45

STELLA (Marianne’s best friend)

Smart, beguiling, and cheerfully self-centred, Stella is the kind of girl that most boys like.

Female : 16 – 19


Of middle-eastern descent, he is sporty, decent and level-headed.

Male : 18 – 22

GARY (Stella’s boyfriend)

A tough guy from a nice family; rebel without a cause.

Male : 18 – 22

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Mollie Molumby, of The Independent Theatre Workshop, playing the role of Marianne.


Call For: Documentary Interviewees for ‘See You at the Pictures’

Illustration: Adeline Pericart

With support from the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland, RTE and the Irish Film Board, See You at the Pictures! promises to be an event which will excite the memories and imaginations of the Irish cinema–going public.

We are looking for interviewees to talk about their experiences of cinema-going in Ireland.

We want your cinema stories. Any decade or genre welcome.

Did you go on your first date with your husband of 50 years to the movies? Or did you bring your new girlfriend last week? What was the first film you ever went to see? Was your heart stolen by James Dean or Jimmy Stewart? Were you terrified by Jaws, or thrilled by Star Wars? Do you remember the days when films were heavily censored? Or when the travelling cinema came to town? Maybe your parents told you their own tales of going to see the classics…

Please write us letters, send us emails or upload your videos to our Facebook page:

Write to:                                                                     Email stories/anecdotes to:


Planet Korda Pictures

Irish Film Institute

6 Eustace Street

Dublin 2

For more information or further press information, contact:

Lisa McNamee 086 8949494 or (01) 6726600 or email

Check out our sites: and


Studio Audience Required for New RTÉ Quiz Show ‘Who Knows Ireland Best?’

Presented by RTÉ’s Derek Mooney, ‘WHO KNOWS IRELAND BEST’ sets two teams against each other in a fun, entertaining game show.

Contestants will be drawn from Ireland‘s workforce, sports clubs and hobby groups in teams of three. There will be Cabbies verses Scuba divers, Nurses verses Karate Experts and Firemen verses Dancers – a cross-section of the population.

We’ve asked 1000 members of the public – 100 probing questions about everything from their manners and morals to their hopes and expectations. It’s a census of our self-esteem, a survey of our cultural body image.

We have the results of the survey and we want to find out…

 Which of our teams is most in touch with the people? Who has their finger on the pulse?

Points are awarded for being in agreement with the majority of the survey respondents. The eventual winners can truly be said to be in sync with the heart of the country.

 ‘Who knows Ireland best?’


If you would like to be part of our live studio audience for Who Knows Ireland Best, please download the application form here fill it in and send it to

Or phone Katherine at 01 208 4643


Volunteer Extras Needed For New Film From The Makers Of ‘Adam and Paul’ and ‘Garage’


WHAT RICHARD DID is a low-budget feature film to be directed by Lenny Abrahamson (Adam and Paul, Prosperity, Garage) this September and October. Shooting takes place for 5 weeks in Dublin 4, Dublin City Centre, Brittas Bay and County Wicklow. The film will be produced by Element Pictures (The Guard and The Wind that Shakes the Barley).


The story follows a group of friends over the course of the summer following their Leaving Cert exams, in particular “Richard”, a popular, school sports star with great prospects until one night his life is changed forever.


The ensemble main cast, aged between 17 and 20, have been workshopping the script since last November with Lenny and writer, Malcolm Campbell.


We are seeking enthusiastic volunteer film Extras with availability during September and early October 2011 for a number of party and large group scenes in the film. These roles are unpaid.

Apart from making a valuable contribution to this low-budget film, volunteering as an Extra is a great way to meet new people, see the inner workings of the film industry and be part of the film’s success.

As a low-budget feature film, we appreciate the support and dedication of all of our volunteer film Extras. Volunteer briefings and social gatherings will be arranged pre and during the production, giving Extras an opportunity to meet members of the WHAT RICHARD DID cast and crew and a chance to chat to fellow 18 – 22 year old Extras before shooting begins.

Catering will be provided during filming and transport will be provided from Dublin to scheduled shoots in County Wicklow.

All Extras will receive a thank you gift and will be invited to an exclusive screening of WHAT RICHARD DID, allowing you to see the feature film before the general public.

If you are between 18 and 22 years old and are interested please send a recent photo with your contact details to Shell on by Wednesday 7th September 2011.

How to apply:

Enquiries should be referred to: Shell Holden


Mobile: 086 152 2200

Facebook group: ‘What Richard Did Extras’


Details on how to apply for RTÉ's talent show 'The Voice of Ireland' coming soon

The Voice is coming to Ireland!

This autumn, RTÉ will be launching a spectacular new talent search-The Voice of Ireland hosted by Kathryn Thomas.


Already a huge hit in the USA and Holland, The Voice is now coming to Ireland to uncover the best undiscovered talent the country has to offer.


Four famous coaches who are at the top of their game in the music business will be competing to secure the best vocalists from the auditions to mentor and guide to victory.


Different to all other talent shows, The Voice is looking for real vocal talent only. The first stage in the contest is the unique Blind Audition, where coaches hear contestants perform but don’t see them, meaning everyone is judged on vocal talent alone. Appearance, age, style don’t come into it-this competition is all about the Voice, not the looks!


The blind auditions are followed by the battle stages, where each coach pits two of their contestants against each other, where only one will make it through to the live stage shows. Our four coaches, together with their professional teams, will use their knowledge and experience to help the contestants to make the most of their potential.  

But ultimately only one person can emerge as The Voice of Ireland and win a recording contract with Universal Music.


Screentime Shinawhil are launching this fantastic new production in less than 2 weeks.

We will publish all details on how to apply for the show on as soon as we receive them.




Open Auditions for RTÉ Storyland 4 Project

Auditions will be held for a script that’s going to be entered to storyland 4. The promo will be shot in a couple of weeks and ideally the majority of the cast will be in place before the final application is sent off on the 23rd of September.

Please email if you’re interested in order to arrange audition times and to receive a copy of the script. CV and headshot not essential but they are looking for comedy based actors. 

Working title: Friendly Highs

Male Parts:

2 aged 18-30

4 aged 30-60

Female Part:

1 aged 18-30 – will ideally be tatooed and able to act violently


Start date and duration of shoot: Shooting 1 minute long promo by the end of August

Paid or unpaid work: Unpaid at first but if successful will lead to paid work.


Submissions welcome for Jedward’s new RTÉ series ‘OMG! Jedward’s Dream Factory’

RTÉ Television announced today that pop sensations Jedward will present a new RTÉ series, OMG! Jedward’s Dream Factory, to be broadcast later this year. Commissioned by RTÉ, the 10-part series will feature in RTÉ’s Young Peoples new season schedule and is being produced by Tyrone Productions.


The dazzling duo are standing by with their magic wands hoping to make some young people’s dreams come true. So for those of you aged between 8 and 16 years old Jedward are on the prowl, looking to make your wildest dreams come true…  So whether it’s getting a walk-on part in a soap, jamming with your favourite band, training with your sporting idol, being your dad’s boss for a day, fronting a radio show, editing your fave magazine or creating a Glee performance with your pals… Jedward’ll fix it. And hopefully without the traditional hairy chest and medallions…

So send on in your dreams in 100 words or less, by email to:

Or by post to:

OMG! Jedward’s Dream Factory
Tyrone Productions
13 Merrion Square, Dublin 2