Call For: ‘Line of Duty’ Crew

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Line of Duty series 3 will shoot in Northern Ireland from April to July. The production currently seeks talented crew across all departments.

To apply please email your current CV along with your full contact details and the contact details of two industry referees to LOD3Belfast@yahoo.com with the job title that you wish to apply for in the subject line by Friday, 13th February 2015.

PLEASE NOTE: Successful applicants will be invited for interview by 20th February. If you have not been invited for interview by this date your application has not been successful.


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Call for: Cast for Feature

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Open casting day is being organised for 27th Jan for the following:

Adult male and female remaining roles, supporting roles, featured extras and extras.

The venue is Dublin city centre in Filmbase, Temple Bar, 10am to 5pm.

For speaking roles please bring a short monologue (2 mins max).  Producers will provide a short script (on the day) for readings.

Please note that it is adults only who are asked to attend the casting day.

These roles are paid.

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Call For: DJ for Commercial

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CASTING CALL- MALE DJs aged 38- 44

Louise Kiely Casting are casting for a commercial and looking for a DJ aged 38-44.

Casting is this Friday, 16th January so send on a recent clear photo and your DJ CV complete with all contact details and you DOB to casting4louisekielycasting@gmail.com as soon as you can.

Please put DJ in the subject line.

This is a fully paid job if cast.

Places are limited and not guaranteed.

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Call For: New Irish Language Series seeks Irish Speaking Presenters

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Indee Productions are seeking presenters for a new Irish language series for young people, Na Dúlradóirí

Seeking high energy Irish speaking presenters who will connect with their audience of 8-12 year olds through a shared sense of fun, wonder and adventure.

The presenters will care passionately about the natural world, exploring and preserving it and will really encourage kids to feel the same.

Are you as passionate about the wonders of creation as Brian Cox? Do you admire the independence and outdoor skills of Katniss Everdeen? Do you enjoy quite interesting facts like James May?

You must be inquisitive, irreverent, creative and independent. Much of the role will involve lively pieces to camera – where personality can shine.

It’s really about making a fun and positive connection with the audience.
Please supply a one-minute clip of you presenting some content which you think 8-12 year olds would enjoy.
Apply Now / Email: neepa @ indeeproductions.com

Deadline: 28th January 2015

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Call For: Animator & Motion Graphics Artist 2D /3D

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Design For Life, a production and post-production studio based in Dublin, seeks staff.

Core Skills – Creativity, Drawing, Communication, storytelling ability, taking responsibility, Cinema 4D, After Effects, Photoshop, Illustrator.

Appreciation of aesthetics, design, typography, colour – a must.

Will consider college leavers who show exceptional talent and applicants who are fluid with another 3D application but are happy to adapt.

Their will be a great deal of 2D/3D.

This is a full time position.

CV and link to showreel only
Apply Now / Email: info @ designforlife.ie

Deadline: 16th January 2015

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Call For: Research Executive for TV3

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In conjunction with the Research Manager you will provide data analysis and insight into TV3 Group’s audience performance

You are Responsible to the Research Manager & Director of Content

You will Liaise with the Commercial and Programming Departments, Company Directors, Programme Producers
Main tasks of Job

Provide daily ratings performance information on TV3 and 3e to relevant departments
Analyse station and market activity on a weekly, monthly and quarterly basis
Analyse and report on commercial data to the Commercial team
Provide continual analysis and insight on TV3 and 3e’s programme, schedule and market performance to the Programming Department
Respond to ad-hoc research requests from all departments within the TV3 Group and from external agencies
Assist in producing marketing communications with the publicity and marketing teams
Forecast programme ratings
Demonstrated performance in analytics or relevant professional roles
Education or professional exposure to ‘big data’ or quantitative modeling
A genuine curiosity around numbers and what they mean
Attend Operational, Marketing Communications and Scheduling meetings to supply data and provide detailed insight on viewing statistics

The above list is not exhaustive. You will be expected to perform duties as necessitated by your changing role and the overall business objectives of the Company, as directed.
Employee Specification

Essential

Comprehensive knowledge of Arianna, the TV industry’s ratings analysis software
A high degree of accuracy with fine details and a logical yet creative approach to problem solving and strategy
A solid understanding of the commercial TV marketplace in Ireland
Efficient in prioritising and meeting deadlines together with an ability to work on your own initiative
Ability to perform under pressure in a team environment
Comfortable reporting on an executive level
Good people skills
Client focused

Desirable

A minimum of 2 years experience in a media organisation or advertising agency
A good knowledge of TV Advisor, the industry’s Overnight Ratings software

To apply please email a cover letter and CV (in Word Format) to denise.murphy @ tv3.ie to arrive no later than Friday 16th January 2015. Please ensure that you have “Research Executive” in the subject line of your email.

An Equal Opportunity Employer

Apply Now / Email: denise.murphy @ tv3.ie

Deadline: 16th January 2015

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Call For: Python Developer & Storyboard Artist @ Cartoon Saloon

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Python Developer

Cartoon Saloon is looking for a Python Developer to start in January 2015

Project: Various
Start date: Monday, 05th January 2015.
Duration: 3 months initially – exact duration to be confirmed.
Location: Cartoon Saloon, Kilkenny.

Experience:

A Python Developer to work with Cartoon Saloon in setting up a new programme in house.

Requirements are –

Minimum three years experience developing with Python necessary
Experience working with Shotgun software preferred
Experience working within an animation production pipeline preferred
Must be capable of working within a fast-paced creative environment
Must be a resourceful and versatile team member with excellent people skills – good team player, communicator, able to work calmly under pressure and without constant supervision.

Due to employment restrictions in Ireland,  Cartoon Saloon will only be able to consider applications from EU nationals

Please email your application, including samples of work and details of previous experience, to jobs@cartoonsaloon.ie by specifying “Python_Developer_your name” in the Subject.

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Storyboard Artist

Cartoon Saloon’s  Puffin Rock Partner, Dog Ears, are looking for a highly motivated storyboard artist to join the Puffin team in Derry, Northern Ireland

Project: Puffin Rock – 39×7 minute episodes.
Position: Storyboard artist.
Start date: Monday, 05th January 2015.
Duration: 9 months – exact date to be confirmed.
Location: DOG EARS Studio in Derry – Northern Ireland (UK).

Requirements are

Excellent people skills – good team player, communicator, able to work calmly under pressure and without constant supervision.
Must be organized and have a good eye for continuity and detail.
Hardworking and enthusiastic, passionate about character animation and acting.
Must have strong drawing and storytelling skills for action sequences.
Adhere to the quality and style of the series and make sure it is consistently achieved in your drawing.
Ideally with experience in pre-school storyboarding for film and/or television animation.
Must be able to work digitally – Storyboard Pro software knowledge is preferred.
Must respond well to notes and be able to translate revisions during storyboard reviews.
Meet all deadlines as determined by the production manager.

Please be aware that a small test will be required.

Due to employment restrictions in Ireland, Cartoon Saloon will only be able to consider applications from EU nationals

Please email your application, including samples of work and details of previous experience, to jobs@cartoonsaloon.ie by specifying “Puffin Rock_storyboard application_your name” in the Subject.

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Call For: GAZE Festival Programmer

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Application Deadline 5pm, 15/12/14

GAZE are seeking to appoint a Festival Programmer to deliver the 23rd Annual GAZE International LGBT Film Festival 2015 on the August Bank Holiday weekend. The programmer curates the GAZE Festival and is responsible for conceiving, developing, budgeting, and implementing the artistic and programmatic focus of GAZE 2015 in consultation with the Festival Manager and GAZE Board of Directors.

 

Job Description

Start Date: TBD

Period of part-time, and period of full-time in the immediate lead up to the 2015 GAZE Film Festival.

Must be available for some evenings and weekends, particularly during the period immediately prior to and during the GAZE festival.

Remuneration negotiable & commensurate with experience.

Reporting to:

GAZE Ltd. Board of Directors in partnership with the GAZE Festival Manager.

Experience required:

Commitment to excellence in the arts and a passion for LGBT cinema as well as knowledge of LGBT history, culture, and diversity.

  • Direct experience programming and curating film events plus involvement and/or knowledge of distribution and festival programming is highly desirable.
  • Strong computer skills should include use of excel spread sheets, web-based databases and familiarity with online social networking tools
  • Demonstrated financial and logistical negotiation skills

Key Tasks:

Film Selection and Festival Programming

Responsible for programming and scheduling festival screenings and events in consultation with the Festival Manager and other stakeholders.

  • Selection of the GAZE Festival’s film programme: Obtaining screening copies of fims from the marketplace and via call-out. Where appropriate, involving consultation with selection committees, and also consideration of films that are solicited by the Festival Manager, and other key stakeholders.
  • Organising the screening schedule for the festival in consultation with the Festival Manager. Responsible for creation and maintenance of the programme grid and liaising with the venue managers and Festival Manager with regard to the schedule.
  • Devising, planning and realising festival events to run alongside and compliment the film programme e.g. Gala screenings, Filmmaker Q&A’s, Panel Discussions, etc.
  • Programming the festival requires excellent short- and long-term planning skills; proven ability to work both independently and as part of a team; and the ability to meet deadlines.

Screenings: The festival weekend

  • Working closely with the Festival Manager to ensure the smooth running of the festival weekend.
  • Liaising with venues and the Festival Manager regarding projection.
  • Responsible for liaising with venue staff and the Festival Manager regarding the technical production of screening sessions as well as Q&As’, master-classes etc.

Guests

  • Organising festival sessions and master-classes related to guest filmmakers, producers, distributors or cast at the festival in consultation with the Festival Manager. Programming all Q&A sessions at the festival and appointing minders to special guests.
  • Working alongside the Festival Manager on the invitations to filmmakers and international guests for the festival, and in concieving and preparing other events.
  • Liaising with cultural organisations and film councils to support visiting filmmakers including fundraising for such.
  • Responsible for ensuring the organisation of hospitality and guests liaison, including travel and hotel bookings for the festival, and other events.

Budgeting & funding

  • Researching funding opportunities related directly to the film programme and creating funding applications to relevant funding bodies.
  • Ensuring that expenditure in relation to the programme, and other events is within budget and for the financial administration of the programme, and other events.

Research

  • Responsible for liaising with other film festivals, distributors, broadcasters, film schools, film makers, the media, and others to solicit films for the festival’s programme, and other events.
  • Where possible attending national and international events, conferences, markets and festivals on the company’s behalf to research films and film makers and to promote the GAZE Film Festival, and other events.

Administration

  • Negotiating with filmmakers, distributors and sales agents for screening rights for films, negotiating hire fees where applicable, and issuing contracts. Actively negotiating for UK and Irish premieres for a large portion of the programme.
  • Ensuring the secure and punctual transport of prints for the festival, and returning said prints to their distributors where appropriate. Liaising with the Manager and Board regarding insurance for prints.
  • Delegating tasks to the Film Festival Intern who works on a voluntary basis to assist in delivering the film programme of the festival.
  • Engage other constituents – e.g. individual volunteers, committees, board of directors, Festival staff, arts and LGBT community – for advice and support.
  • Consulting with the communications sub-committee in archiving the programming materials after the festival, including press, promotion and other materials.
  • Formally monitoring and tracking the subsequent ticket sales of films programmed at the Festival.

Press & PR

  • In consultation with the Festival Manager ensure the provision of marketing and press information on the film, filmmakers, and sessions for the festival; for example, the soliciting and collation of press materials and copy, photographic prints, trailer prints, video clips, web clips.
  • Responsible for writing copy for selected film for the festival brochure and website and liaising with the brochure and website publishers.
  • Represent GAZE Film Festival Ltd. in outreach, publicity, fundraising events and solicitations.
  • Strong social media skills
  • Interpersonal skills
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills, including public speaking

Applications with CV to – info@gaze.ie

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 5pm, 15/12/14

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Call For: Scripts

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Do you have a script you’d like to develop?

Marie Caffrey (founder of Del Solar Films)  is looking for drama/family/coming of age shortlisted scripts which didn’t receive funding for further development in 2015.
Please e-mail shortlisted scripts & CV to caffreymarie@gmail.com (Producer)

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Call For: Bookings Manager/Post Producer

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Salary will be dependent on experience and abilities. The main duties will involve:

Organising the bookings of all people, machines and rooms in Egg

Being the point of contact for all new enquiries

Providing support and assistance to our clients regarding bookings issues

Establishing relationships with new clients

Generating quotes

Creating post-production schedules

Managing time sheets and job sheets

Generating invoices based on job sheets and liaising with accounts

Interested applicants should apply by email only with  a cover letter and a CV. Only selected applicants will be contacted.

Apply Now / Email: careers @ egg.ie

Deadline: 28th November 2014

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Call For: Crew for Feature Film

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Lead Us Not is a feature film shooting in Mayo, Meath and Dublin.
It centres around a disillusioned banker fighting his desires for an attractive co-worker as he plots the demise of an immoral banking system.
Currently looking for people for the following roles;

Continuity
Production designer
Gaffer
Grip
2nd AD

These are unpaid roles, however food, travel and accommodation are all covered.
Shooting begins on November 7th for 15 days over the course of November.
Please contact  leadusnotfilm@gmail.com for more info.

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Call For: Actors

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Producer Brian O’Tiomain and Director Tomasz Woszczynski are looking for Dublin-based actors: female and male, both in mid 30s, to play a young couple in the short film that has been short-listed by the IFB this year. The film tells a story of a father who meets with her daughter after serving years in prison.

The roles are paid.

Please send the following on to twosz@hush.com

– a very short bio;

– a very recent photo (even taken with your mobile phone but must be a recent one)

– link to your showreel

Auditions to be held very soon.

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Call For: Actors

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Are you looking for work? Do you love dressing up and playing different roles? Can you follow a script and also have the ability to improvise?Are you available from the 15th of October to the 2nd of November?Seeking 9 actors / role players for paid roles.

Open Auditions on Sunday 5th of October 2014 in the Blanchardstown Centre on the second floor from 12:00

Please be prepared to show off your scream, and be able to make weird noises and how agile you are! More info will be given on the day.

For more information email scarehousedublin@gmail.com
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Call For: Motion Graphics Designer / Video Editor

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Motion Graphics Designer / Video Editor (Whitenoise Digital) wanted…

Whitenoise Digital is a film, visual effects and animation studio with a full service branding consultancy. They provide film, edit, post, motion graphics, animation and VFX services and produce award-winning digital solutions.

Need to speak to digital gurus with proven knowledge of the following:

 

Adobe After Effects

Final Cut Pro / Adobe Premiere

Adobe Photoshop / Illustrator

Cinema 4D / Maya

ZBrush

Compositing and 3D motion tracking techniques

Candidates must have at least two years’ experience in a film/animation production environment. Looking for enthusiasm, creativity, hard work and passion, and a desire to learn with some of the best in the business working on some amazing client projects.

Please send CVs and showreel to niallcarlin@whitenoisestudios.com

Closing date for applications is Friday 26 September

 

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Call For: Actors

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medicalexamtutor.com are looking for a number of Galway-based actors to play the role of patients on an medical E-learning platform. The following profiles are required:

 

• 2 Females in early 20s

• female, early 30s

• Middle aged male, 45-50

• Middle aged female 55-60

• Male, mid 30s

• Male, mid 20s

• Male, elderly, 70s

Actors will be required for around half a day of filming. Filming takes place on Sep 27/28 and Oct 4/5. Actors must be available on at least one of these days.

The work is for a medical education website called medicalexamtutor.com

Each actor will have to act as a patient for 4-6 2-minute medical scenarios that will be filmed.

For example:

http://vimeo.com/user21840969/review/92046674/0e689176f1

 

Applications, preferably accompanied by CV, headshot etc. to info@medicalexamtutor.com before Friday 19 September. Casting will begin immediately, so apply early.

Paid gig, rates depend on the experience of the actor, but good people with experience wanted, so around €200 or so.

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Call For: Applicants for Department Roles for ‘Red Rock’, TV3’s new TV Soap

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Red Rock, TV3’s new TV Soap is seeking applicants for a variety of roles across all departments.

Production of the series will be based in Dublin and will run from November 2014 to June 2015.

The following areas are of particular interest:

  • Social Media and Web Content
  • Floor/ Stage Management
  • Accounts Assistant
  • Technical Maintenance
  • Art Department

Please email your CV to recruitment@redrock.ie with the department you wish to apply for in the subject line.

Red Rock recruitment are not in a position to respond to all emails but successful applicants will be called for interview by 26th September.

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Call For: Junior Production Assistant

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This is a temporary role on a pilot for an animated TV series.
Starting immediately and running for 11 weeks until November 20th, 2014, this position will be an ideal role for someone interested in learning how animation production processes work.
Duties will include (but not limited to) file management, updating tracking system, tracking notes
Previous experience in a similar role is not essential but is preferred.
The ideal candidate will
1. have strong organisational and communication skills
2. the ability to multi-task
3. must be able to work digitally
4. be able to work to tight deadlines
This role will be based in Kilkenny
Please send your application letter and CV detailing all relevant experience to jobs@cartoonsaloon.ie
Cartoon Saloon wish to note that due to the volume of applicants it will only be possible to respond to those candidates who are successful.

 

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Call For: Documentary Production Intern

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Eo Teilifis is offering an internship in documentary production, to gain valuable experience and learn to apply their skills in a busy working environment focused on the television sector. This internship is available to candidates who are unemployed or registered with the Jobbridge scheme.

Apply Now / Email: eolas @ eoteilifis.ie

Deadline: 2014-09-30

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Call For: Education Officer for IFI

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The Irish Film Institute wishes to appoint an Education Officer to work in their busy and forward-looking Education Department on a three-year fixed term contract. The successful applicant will have a teaching qualification and an understanding of film and media education; they will have an interest in developing and delivering programmes particularly with children and young people.

Closing date for Applications: 29th August 2014

Please send letter of application and CV to: jobs@irishfilm.ie

Education Officer: Job Description

Reporting to: Head of Education

Key Relationships: IFI Director, Head of Education, Senior Education Officer, Marketing, Projection;

Purpose of Role: To assist the Senior Education Officer in the development and delivery of the IFI Schools programme; to support the Head of Education in furthering IFI’s Education Strategy and to assist with all activities of the Education Department.

Key Tasks and Responsibilities

Schools

  • Assist in the planning, development and delivery of the twice-yearly IFI schools’ programme with the Senior Education Officer within the agreed timeframe & budget and in keeping with curricular requirements
  • Develop further links between IFI Education activities and school curricula through expansion of the programme, creating resources and delivering workshops as directed
  • Research, prepare and deliver introductions and workshops as required and in conjunction with the Senior Education Officer
  • Working closely with the Senior Education Officer, ensure that the film exhibition requirements of the Schools programme are met, including print booking, transport and all related administration
  • Assist the Senior Education Officer in delivering the IFI Education programme to as wide a range of students as possible
  • Produce and publish materials in relation to the above as directed
  • Develop relationships with teachers, arts and education providers and cultural organisations in conjunction with the Senior Education Officer
  • Maintain thorough and efficient records of all Schools activities in conjunction with the Senior Education Officer and of other IFI Education activities as directed

Other

  • Assist the Head of Education in the delivery of special projects concerning film education, media literacy and Continuing Professional Development in the context of the formal education sector.
  • Assist with the delivery of the IFI Family Film Festival, monthly Family screenings and ad hoc education projects that arise from time to time
  • Promote the IFI’s position as leader in film education and media literacy in schools, and build on relationships with other arts and educational organisations and relevant statutory bodies, in conjunction with the Senior Education Officer.
  • Ensure the development of IFI Education audiences both in and out of school by both increasing numbers and aiming for the highest standard in programming.
  • Maintain a detailed knowledge and understanding of national and international practice in the area of film and media education.
  • Contribute to the development of a cohesive and positive working environment through teamwork, skills sharing and open communication
  • Undertake various administrative duties

Essential Requirements:

  • A teaching qualification and teaching experience in a relevant subject area (eg. English/Art/Media Studies/Humanities/Modern Languages) and knowledge of education sector
  • An interest in working with children and young people
  • A good knowledge of and interest in film and media
  • A proven ability to work as part of a team
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, experience of facilitating workshops & making presentations
  • IT literacy, administration skills
  • A detailed understanding of the Irish education sector, in particular recent initiatives at Junior Cycle
  • Flexibility, Initiative and ability to develop and deliver programmes and events
  • Willingness to travel to venues around the country for IFI Education events

Desirable Requirements

  • Film or Media Studies qualification and/or experience
  • Knowledge of arts-in-education in Ireland
  • Experience of creating teaching resources and/or schemes of work
  • Working proficiency in Irish language
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Call For: Open Casting for Boys & Girls

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Open casting for boys & girls aged 12 – 18.
Raphina Productions are holding a casting for extras for a feature film set in Dublin, an open casting on Monday 18 Aug 2014 from 12 – 4 at Filmbase, Dublin.Raphina Productions are looking for boys/ girls aged between 12 and 18 years old –  looking to see lots of faces, and if they have brothers / sisters tell them to come along too.

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Call For: Set PAs

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Tile Media are looking for set PAs to work on an upcoming short film/pilot on the following days:

 

Tuesday 26 August – Saturday 30 August, 2014 in Wicklow.

 

Those interested should send a short cover letter along with CV to lscanlon@live.com

 

This is a great opportunity to gain invaluable experience on a film set.

 

Please note: There is NO FEE but food and refreshments will be provided. Full clean drivers licence an advantage but not essential.

 

Deadline: 15th August 2014

www.tilefilms.ie

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Call For: Models and Actors for Commercial

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Fraser Models and Actors is looking for music festival type people, late teens to early 30s, for a forthcoming commercial.

This is a PAID project and will be filming mid to late August.

Please call Fraser Models and Actors if you are available and interested on
01 662 4814

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Call For: Youth Production Crew for Feature

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Cinemagic has launched its search for a young film production crew and film music crew for the film The Christmas Star, Northern Ireland’s first Christmas feature film made by young people under the guidance of industry professionals.

Budding filmmakers, aged 18-25, will have the chance to develop their talents and earn their first credit on the local feature film being made in Northern Ireland later this year.

A host of film and television professionals are supporting the ground-breaking film production that will engage with hundreds of young people, marking the beginning of a year of Cinemagic’s 25th Anniversary celebrations.

Cinemagic is looking for committed, talented and creative young people who will gain unprecedented access to top film and television industry professionals and prior to making the feature film, the successful applicants will participate in a compulsory programme of intensive and practical training through masterclasses and workshops led by the professional mentors.

The opportunity will provide the young film-makers with an invaluable insight to all aspects of filmmaking and the essential skills required in each area. The young people will be assigned individual roles on the film crew and production will take place over a 4 week period in November and December 2014.

For the film production crew all applicants must ensure they can be available on the following dates:

Monday 27th October – Friday 31st October 2014: intensive training workshops with film industry mentors.

Monday 3rd November – Friday 14th November 2014: Further training workshops and ore-production

Saturday 15th November – Sunday 14th December 2014 – Filming of ‘The Christmas Star’ takes place around Northern Ireland.

Young and budding composers, sound designers and music editors are asked to apply for positions in the music department for the film. Award winning film composer, Patrick Doyle, (Brave, Rise of the Planet of the Apes), and Music Supervisor, Maggie Rodford, (The King’s Speech, Anna Karenina) will be assessing all applications, and will work with Northern Irish based music composition company Score Draw Music (Road, Driftwood Bay) along with the young composers over the course of the project.

  

For the music department crew all applicants must ensure they can be available on the following dates:

Monday 22nd – Wednesday 24th September 2014 for intensive Music/ Sound Training with Industry Mentors.

During September and October there will be specific song writing assignments and the main post production work will be during January – June ’15.

Joan Burney Keatings MBE, Cinemagic Chief Executive said “We look forward to meeting and working with young talented and creative young people who are interested in the film industry and want to share ideas and learn from some of the top names in the business. We are looking for young people from all backgrounds to come together and work on a common goal and illustrate what can be achieved working as a team on this innovative opportunity.”

 

How to apply: All training and filming will take place across Northern Ireland and Ireland. Young people are expected to make their own way to and from training and filming each day. No previous experience necessary. You need to be between the ages of 18 and 25 when applying. You must be able to commit to the programme for its duration.

Please download application forms at www.cinemagic.org.uk  or email veronica@cinemagic.org.uk. Please note that applications must be received via email to veronica@cinemagic.org.uk   by the deadline of noon on Friday 29th August 2014. Interviews for the short-listed applicants will take place on 15th and 16th September.

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Call For: Cameraman/Editor for Annual Charity Music Gig

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The Soulstir Sessions is an annual charity music gig in aid of Parkinson’s.  This year Soulstir Sessions wants to film the gig – backstage and front stage capturing the music and the behind the scenes events. This is an opportunity to help create a piece of film that will be shared beyond Ireland, raise awareness for PD, and help inspire others to launch similar events.

The Soulstir Sessions aims to help fundamentally shift the awareness around Parkinson’s Disease through evenings of fantastic music. They are looking for someone to film and edit the night.

Please contact Brian at bmorrow01@gmail.com or thesoulstirsessions@gmail.com on Facebook (The Soulstir Sessions) or Twitter @soulstirsession. Or call Brian at 087 6468425.

This year’s gig is in the intimate surrounds of the iconic Whelans, Dublin.

Date is Thu 31st July.

The line up spans music from Rock/Blues to New Orleans to Gospel to Acoustic plus some Very Special Surprise Guests.

Toot Sweet and The Shadow Man and Guests:

Mike Brookfield (Blues Rock)
Voices of Hope Choir (Gospel)
The Carnival Brothers (just great!)
Toot Sweet (New Orleans Funk)
VERY SPECIAL GUEST 1
VERY SPECIAL GUEST 2

FINALE Featuring Toot Sweet and Guests singing “Rise Up”

As a charity event Soulstir Sessions unfortunately can not pay for services but can give you a copy for your portfolio and acknowledge you through media promotion.

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Call For: Young Actor for Lead in feature Film

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Louise Kiely Casting are looking for a young male actor aged 12-15 from Ireland to play the lead in a feature film.

They are accepting tapes (videos from Smart phones etc) from BOYS from all over Ireland for the lead in this MAJOR IRISH FEATURE Film. Parents/Guardians should get your clips of your child over ASAP.

Clip 1 – They need a clip of you introducing yourselves and telling us them interesting fact about you!

Clip 2 – A clip of you singing and playing an instrument if you can.

Clips should be sent via www.wetransfer.com to casting4louisekielycasting@gmail.com ASAP!

Please make sure to include the following:

(a) The two video clips
(b) A recent photo
(c) Date of Birth
(d) Height
(e) Email & Mobile contacts of Parents/Guardians.

 

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Call For: Offline, Online/Finishing Editor

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The Picturehouse, one of Northern Ireland’s premier post-production facilities, has a vacancy for an experienced offline /online & finishing editor to join its existing post production team.

You will have an excellent knowledge of all aspects of offline and online editing. Experience of Avid Media Composer /Symphony and tapeless workflow is essential. Experience of AVID DS would be advantageous but not essential.

In addition you will be able to make technical assessments of masters prior to programme delivery; therefore a working knowledge of broadcast technical specifications would be an advantage.

The picturehouse has built its reputation on quality and creative excellence , and ensuring that delivery is always on time and on budget – so only the best talent will fill this role.

A commitment to meeting deadlines may require flexibility in your working hours.

If you think this job is for you please forward your CV, along with a covering letter to Katie@thepicturehouse.tv

Closing Date: 18th July 2014

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