Call For: Disney Customer Marketing Manager

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Disney Ireland are looking for a Disney Customer Marketing Manager

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a talented Retail Marketing Manager to join the Dublin Head Office Team.

The marketing manager will be responsible for designing and implementing Disney led corporate campaigns within Ireland. You will be leading the marketing strategy, and manage the marketing of new product launches to the relevant markets and organise launch activities, promotions, and competitive messaging.

Apply Now / Email:

Deadline: 10th March 2014


Call For: Producer

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Katherine Antoine, an independent writer-director, is looking for a young producer to work closely with her during the funding application process and the production itself.

Katherine will be applying to the Arts Council and the Irish Film Board for funding. Experience with such applications would be a bonus.

The project is a short, experimental drama which is very performance driven. It examines the process of returning home after a long absence and grief and memory.

Katherine is looking for some one who, like herself, is beginning their career and is extremely passionate about their work.

A DOP has already been confirmed for project. The shoot is planned for winter 2015.

Email for further details



Call For: Cast for Short Film


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Auditions will be held on Wednesday, 26th February between 7pm and 9pm in Cluain Mhuire on the Wellpark Road for an upcoming short film, that will be shot in and around Galway. This film is being made as part of the Galway Film Centre’s Film School training course.

There are 5 main parts available for this comic short piece:

  • 3 male farmers (40′s /50′s or thereabouts)
  • A barman (any age)
  • A young man (late 20s -early 30s).

It’s a great and fun opportunity to connect with filmmakers. You will receive a copy of the film after it’s completed.

Contact Ruth at for more info.

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Call For: Writers for Web Series

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The team behind Cuckoo, the award winning 28-minute Irish webseries,  are  looking for new web series ideas for 2014.

To capitalise on the success and contacts made the team now are seeking treatment ideas and sample scripts for web series with the intention of going into production.

This is an open call to established and new writers.


Contact Cuckoo Storyland at for further details.


Call For: Cast for Short Film


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Dundalk Institute of Technology’s ‘Video and Film Production’ course are currently casting for a graduate short film.

The short film titled; Queue This Way, is about Jonny Keeler’s internal social anxiety and his attempt to overcome his external awkwardness to impress the girl of his dreams, Delilah.

The roles available are

Male – Jonny Keeler, 22, tall, slim build, light/brown hair
(Jonny is a socially awkward and lonely perfectionist)

Female – Delilah Quinn, 21, slim build, quirky, fair haired
(Delilah is Jonny’s love interest. She is a free-spirited, confidant batista)

Male – Daniel Handler, 26, no specific look
(Daniel is the manager at Jonny’s local coffee shop where Delilah works)

Extras – All ages – Coffee shop customers

The shoot will be for  3-4 days in Dundalk or Dublin the week beginning Monday 24th March (TBC).

Please send your CVs with headshots and showreels (if possible) to Eimear at

There is NO FEE but travel expenses and food will be provided.
Showreel footage. will also be provided.

Call For: Cast for Short Film

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1 Male Actor & 2 Female Actors required for Film Shoot in Dublin.


The Writer is a 6 min Short Film. A comic fantasy. It explores how the world of the imagination can sometimes collide with the more humdrum nature of reality.


Brief Synopsis:

Dave and his friend Mary are having coffee in a café. Dave strikes up a conversation with Kate, sitting nearby.

Kate tells Dave about the novel she is writing. Dave’s overactive imagination now takes over – and he begins to see himself as the hero in the novel. The audience sees his ‘interpretation’ of the story on the screen.

A final twist in the tale brings Dave firmly back to reality. He learns how the imagination can play tricks on us. And perhaps he is looking for love in the wrong places.



Dave: (late 20’s/Early 30’s)

Mary: (late 20’s/Early 30’s)

Kate: (late 20’s/Early 30’s)

DAVE is an ambitious young writer. He has an over-active imagination which sometimes causes him to confuse fantasy and reality.  He is a little shy, but likes meeting new people, when the opportunity arises.


MARY is a good friend of Dave’s. She is a English teacher. Mary is outgoing and confident. She’s known Dave for a long time and they get on great together…


KATE is a published novelist. She has traveled a lot in South East Asia previously. She is usually quite friendly and outgoing. Kate has an easygoing attitude to life in general.


Shoot Details:

The Writer will be shot in Dublin in Mid March 2014.


Application Details:

Selected applicants will be called for audition by email.


This is a no-budget production and, therefore, the role is unpaid. However, footage will be available for the actor’s Show-reel. High quality digital still photographs from the shoot will also be supplied to the actor, with a DVD copy of the film.


Rehearsals might be needed so flexibility and reliability are essential.




Production: Cantillon Films.

Enquiries: T A Lynch.



Auditions will be held in Dublin City Centre between 20th & 25th February 2014


Call For: Couchsurfers for ‘Ó Tholg go Tolg’

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The producers of the hit TV travel show ‘Ó Tholg go Tolg’, or ‘From Couch to Couch’, are looking for two new stars who will travel around Europe this summer for the third series of the show.

Are you the adventurous type who would fancy a trek around Europe? Do you like meeting new and interesting people? Award-winning travel series Ó Tholg go Tolg is looking for two new couchsurfers to share their experiences on TG4. Apply now and email your CV and a short video clip (of yourself) to
The closing date for applications is February 10.
More information can be found on Facebook.


Call For: Editor


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Brown Bag Films is currently looking to hire an experienced editor to work in their post team on exciting animation projects over the coming months. The position will involve working closely with Post Production and Production teams.

The successful candidate will have the following:


• Demonstrable experience of editing experience on Final Cut Pro
• A solid understanding of broadcast video technology, video formats and the post production process
• Experience of working in a high-volume environment and working to broadcast deadlines
• Some Photoshop skills
• Excellent organisational skills and attention to detail
• The ability to keep a cool head under pressure and work independently
• Good communication skills – keeping supervisors up to date on progress
• Creative thinking and initiative, good storytelling skills
• Experience and knowledge of animation is an advantage, but not essential.


Showreels or online links to past work are welcome. Please clearly state what exactly you contributed to the pieces.


Start Date: TBC
Duration: TBC


Job Spec

• Assembly and editing of animatics to lock
• Assembly of offlines and editing offlines to lock

• Working with Directors and Clients to review and lock edits
• Shot breakdown of animatics and preparing files for overseas studio

• Preparing offline edits for Online/Audio Studios
• Filling in tracking charts and paperwork for Post Department
• Outputting and encoding movies from Final Cut Pro/Compressor
• Animatic panel fixes using Photoshop and FCP


Apply here



Call For: Cast & Crew


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Male Actor – 20 to 30 years of age
Female Actress – 20-30 years of age
Camera Operator.

Roles are ideally suited for film students wishing to add to their CVs and filming experience.
Positions are unpaid but travel and food will be covered.
Filming is in March 2014 in the Roscrea/Birr area of Offaly

The film deals with the last 24 hours of a heroin users life with flashbacks over the events that have led to that last day. It is a mature film, challenging and quite dark. It in no way glorifies drug use and is very much about the fatal consequences of drug use
For further information e-mail


Call For: Cast for Short Film

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The short film A Particular Chronicle is the bittersweet story of a moment- a moment that may bring two characters, Alex and Simon, together…or a moment that may slip away.

• Alex: already cast
• Simon: (late 20’s/Early 30’s)

• Gothic teenage couple:
1 young woman (18yrs-Early 20’s)
1 young man (18yrs- Early 20’s)

• Neighbour couple:
1 “Mediterranean Style” woman (40/50’s)
1 “Mediterranean Style” man (40/50’s)

Brief Synopsis:
Alex’s daily routine (though full of eccentric and interesting characters) has become rigid and claustrophobic. She seems to be a witness to the wonder of life rather than a participant in it.

But all of that may change when, grabbing a quick coffee on her way to work, she notices Simon at a nearby table. He’s there the next day too. And the day after that. Alex resolves to do something about the attraction she feels for him…But will she leave it too late? And what chance have two little particles in a great big universe got of ever colliding happily together?

Shoot Details:
A Particular Chronicle will be shot in Dublin City Centre, in March/April, 2014.

Application Details:
Selected applicants will be called for audition by email.

This is a no-budget production and, therefore, the role is unpaid. However, footage will be available for the actor’s showreel. High quality digital still photographs from the shoot will also be supplied to the actor, with a DVD copy of the film.

Rehearsals might be needed so flexibility and reliability are essential.

How to apply:
Headshots, Showreels, & CV to be sent to:
Enquiries: Carl Murphy
Production: Curved Films –

Please, do not forget to mention what role you are applying for.

Auditions will be held in Dublin City Centre between 27 & 31st January 2014


Call For: Work Experience Opportunities in Northern Ireland


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BBC Northern Ireland employs more than 500 staff, working across TV, Radio & Online. We produce a high standard of locally originated programme output across a range of genres, from News, Factual Documentaries and Current Affairs to Events and Sport.

Working across many different strands of TV Radio and Online output enables work experience students a unique opportunity to experience the BBC across a wide range of genres and platforms.

Role Responsibility

These placements provide a “taster” experience of working within the BBC and broadcasting industry. It is aimed at individuals who want to work in the media and would like to find out more about the range of jobs potentially available. Candidates will have the opportunity to see television and radio production at first hand. Candidates will have the chance to spend time with those who produce and co-ordinate the output as well as the craft specialists who capture and post-produce it, along with the staff that provide engineering and IT support across all aspects of programme making and transmission.

The placement may involve spending time at outside broadcasts, single camera shoots, studio recordings or in edit or graphic design suites and will give candidates a good overview of the various aspects of both television and radio production.

Please note that some days might start early or finish late.

The Ideal Candidate

We’re looking for applicants with a demonstrable interest in either Radio or Television programme making and broadcasting.

Candidates should have good interpersonal and communication skills, be creative, adaptable and highly motivated. The ability to work well in a busy team is crucial. As well as needing an interest in broadcasting, candidates should have an awareness of BBC Northern Ireland and its local output.

Programme-making can be hectic and unpredictable and applicants should be confident that they will work well in such an environment.  Candidates should be prepared to ask lots of questions and contribute ideas.


We welcome applicants from all educational backgrounds.  Candidates do not need to have a media qualification to apply but should be able to demonstrate their passion and genuine interest in broadcasting.

We have placements available in the following areas:


Connecting with BBC Radio Foyle (Foyle) – Successful candidates may spend time shadowing the staff working across various radio programmes in BBC Radio Foyle, from news to entertainment. Candidates may see the work that goes on behind the scenes and how each programme is produced.

Radio Foyle Production-  Successful candidates may get to work with the various programme teams where they can contribute to the production of the various radio shows, come up with ideas, carry out research, conduct vox pops and possible interviews, and even get yourself on air.


Irish Language Unit (over 18’s only) – Successful candidates may get to work with the Irish language radio teams primarily, preparing for the live show each evening gaining experience in research, setting up guest contributors and editing skills with the possibility of going out on location recording.

Marketing, Communications and Audiences (over 18’s only) – Successful candidates will be offered placements within the following 4 departments

Communications- May include writing copy for press releases and programme Information.

Audience Research- May include analysis of media data systems and report on across TV, Radio and Online.
Brand Marketing- May include on and off-air marketing of BBC NI content.

Creative Marketing- May include researching content material, editing, assisting on shoots and some graphics work.

Connecting with BBCNI (over 18’s only)- Successful candidates may get an opportunity to experience the world of Broadcasting and within programme making. During your placement you may spend time with the people who create, direct, produce and co-ordinate the output as well as the craft specialists who capture and post-produce it.

Technology Operations (Open to under 18’s) – Successful candidates may have the opportunity to observe the many aspects of support in broadcast technology including work in Maintenance, IT, News Operations and Technology Support Centre.

How to apply

Choose one of the options above and make a note of it. After you’ve created your profile, you’ll be asked to indicate your preferred placement in your application questionnaire. Enter the option you’ve chosen.

What happens to my application after I submit it?

We’ll review your application and if we think you might be right for one of our placements, we’ll give you a call.

Please remember that we receive a lot of applications and we can’t offer a placement to everyone.

Package Description

  • Work Experience duration 3-20 days (dependent on the placement)
  • Locations – Belfast and Foyle
  • Opportunities available throughout February and March 2014
  • Opportunities available throughout February and March 2014



Call For: Overseas Supervisor for Brown Bag Films

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Brown Bag Films are looking to recruit an Overseas Supervisor

Job Description

1. Demonstrate a thorough understanding of production schedule and overseas milestones from Blocking though Final Lighting.
2. Understand and clarify BBF milestone notes and oversee milestone pass deliveries.
3. Review and deliver milestone passes with top line QC notes to BBF for each stage including Blocking, Rough and Final Animation, Lighting and FX keys, Final Lighting and Retakes.
4. Confirm that the Overseas studio is maintaining schedule and agreed headcount to meet episode and project deadlines.
5. Immediately flag concerns and propose solutions with BBF regarding OS schedule obstacles or creative execution.
6. Required weekly Skype or phone check-in with project Production manager and other concerned parties depending on appropriate milestone pass.
• Minimum of 3 years Experience as Animation Director/Supervisor in Long Form 3D animation Television Series.
• Understanding of 3D animation & schedule milestones is required
• Clear communication skills
• Must be very detailed oriented and organised
• Must passionate about character animation and acting

Start date: Immediate

Please note: This job is located overseas in India


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Call For: JobsBridge Internship for Trainee Researcher RTE Cork

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The intern will gain practical experience in researching for television programmes; in addition the intern will gain broader experience in administration of programme production.


Training will be in the form of mentoring, on the job training and attachment to the day time programme ‘Today’ and practical on the job experience, including working on a daily live television programme.  On completion the intern will have gained hands on experience and attained skills in programme television research.


Skills Requirement:
The candidate should have excellent interpersonal and team working skills together with the ability to work in a live and pressurised environment.


Education Requirements
The candidate should have completed a 3rd level qualification in television production or journalism and or have Journalistic experience.


Please Note:
This is an Internship. An allowance of €50 per week will be paid in addition to your current Social Welfare payment. See eligibility criteria above.
RTÉ Cork
You will be assigned a mentor
9 months
Number of positions: 1
Day, Hours & Start Date:
Days per week:  05
Hours per days: 7.8
Hours per week:  39
Start Date:  ASAP
Closing date for applications is Friday, 20th December 2013 at 5 p.m.