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RHIFF SUMMER SCREENINGS IN THE COUNTY

Following on from the wonderful Women in Film, Spring Screenings in March; the Richard Harris International Film Festival team present a selection of favourites from RHIFF2017 at Friars’ Gate Theatre.

Thursday 14th June, 8pm, Tickets €7.00

Booking Line: 00353 63 98727 – Email: friarsgate@eircom.net

A VERY IRISH FAMILY – Directed by Emmet Kelly Family Bonds are strained, as Europe is sundered by war in 1914. A well-to-do Irish nationalist family struggles with conflicting loyalties and the politically ambitious family patriarch is forced to re-evaluate his priorities when his idealistic sons volunteer to fight in France and Gallipoli following the outbreak of war.

Pilot for a period TV series in development that follows the ebb and flow of the fortunes of the Gleeson family from Monaveen.

MARKY’S BAD WEEK – Directed by Daniel Holmwood Having the worst week of his life, Marky decides to take the edge off with a spliff. Things go from bad to worse when he realises he’s lost his nodge of hash.”

Trailer – click link below

https://vimeo.com/218858816

GUSTAV – Directed by Ken Williams & Denis Fitzpatrick A man wakes up with a strange tune in his head. But what is it? And how did it get there?

Trailer – click link below

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-2j9AcfTFf4&feature=youtu.be

THE KING – Directed by Daniel Cooper A 17th Century King lost in a foreign village flees a mob that has mistaken him for a madman. Armed and panicked, he breaks into a cathedral and holds a priest hostage, forcing him to transcribe his death note while they wait for the cavalry to arrive.

ACORN – Directed by Kevin de la Isla O’Neill Busy-body mother Maureen battles Principal Finan during a parent-teacher meeting concerning her son Greg & his unusual behaviour during the school’s nativity play rehearsals.

Trailer – click link below

https://vimeo.com/240239680

BURDEN – Directed by Johnny Cullen A young celtic warrior carries her father to safety until she encounters an old enemy.

Trailer – click link below

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oqzwj-2KTHs

“AN MHALLACHT” – Directed by Cóilín Ó Scolaí The Mayo Football Team are once again in the GAA All Ireland Final: Dr Donal Green has his loyalties tested when he discovers that one of his comatose patients is the last living player from the infamous cursed Mayo team of 1951.

Trailer – click link below

https://vimeo.com/221260340

SAVING SANTA – Directed by Keith O’Grady A little girl by the name of Ruby Fair, is still dealing with her mother’s death when she comes across a seemingly destitute man in the street.

Trailer – click link below

https://vimeo.com/181680458

Check out our listing on Limerick.ie https://www.limerick.ie/discover/whats-on/theatre-film-dance/richard-harris-summer-screenings-county

Culture Fox – https://www.culturefox.ie/en/Film/rhiff-summer-screenings-in-the-county/61993/

Entertainment.ie – http://entertainment.ie/show-SpecialScreenings/Friars-Gate-Theatre/Richard-Harris-Summer-Screenings-in-the-County/SpecialScreenings-2814958.htm

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Philip Coffey in ‘Forget Me Not’

The premiere screening of the student short film, “Forget Me Not’, starring Philip Coffey, screened last night at the Millennium Theatre, LIT.

Under the guidance of well known Irish Film Director, Kevin Liddy (Country, Horse, A Soldier’s Song, The Suffering Kind) the production took place on location in Limerick since September 2017 to April 2018. With each student covering a multiple of roles during the production and post production there was a air of delight on their faces as the film, along with other drama and factual projects screened to friends and family.

Students and Staff of the TV and Film Production course, LCFE, with Irish Film Director, Kevin Liddy,at the screening of their short films and documentary.

LIT and the Creative Broadcast & Film Production Programme were proud to support the project and provided mentorship on post production as well as the screening in the Millennium Theatre.

Look forward to seeing more creative films and documentaries from this group in the near future.

Colin Craker (3rd year Creative Broadcast and Film Production Student) receiving the #richardharrisinternationalfilmfestival award for film excellence.

Big congratulations to 3rd Year Creative Broadcast and Film Production student, Colin Craker, for winning the inaugural ‘Richard Harris International Film Festival Award for Film Excellence’, at the Frame By Frame Student Showcase on April 12th.

His short animation, titled ‘Cobblestones‘, had the audience spellbound with  ‘Bladerunner’ visual influences and all produced using Adobe Photoshop and After Effects, which impressed the RHIFF team of Zeb and Sylvia Moore.

The Frame By Frame Student Showcase, was created and run by the Students and Staff of the Creative Broadcast and Film Production Programme at Limerick Institute of Technology and will return again in 2019 where new talent and display their work to their peers and industry professionals.

It is expected that Colin’s film along with the other productions will be entered into the Richard Harris Film Festival and will screen in October this year.

Zeb Moore (RHIFF), Simon McGuire (Post Production Lecturer) & Sylvia Moore (RHIFF) at the opening reception of the Showcase.

Tuesday April 10th

Director David keating: Film director and screenwriter, His writing includes work for Columbia/Sony Pictures and Jim Sheridan’s script for INTO THE WEST. Director:  THE LAST OF THE HIGH KINGS, (Miramax / IFB) with Jared Leto, Gabriel Byrne and Christina Ricci. WAKE WOOD (Hammer / IFB) with Aidan Gillen, Timothy Spall and Eva Birthistle. CHERRY TREE (MPI / IFB) — with Naomi Battrick, Anna Walton and Sam Hazeldene. CHERRY TREE was selected to open Film4 Frightfest 2015 in London’s Leicester Square, it had its US premiere at Lincoln Plaza in NYC November 2015.

David will be leading an interactive discussion on the role of the film director on a feature film, how to develop communication skills with crew members from distinctly varied disciplines: image, sound, design, production, finance. The language of direction for fiction, use of the Kuleshov effect in montage and narrative, subtext analysis and directing actors for screen. (Millennium Theatre LIT 11:00 – 13:00)

The talk will be followed by an intensive workshop (numbers limited) with collaboration from The Limerick School of Acting on directing actors for the screen. (Aula Maxima, LIT 14:00 – 16:00)

 

Wednesday April 11th

4 Corner Debate  – Piracy

“Piracy is threatening the livelihoods of thousands of people who work in

the movie and TV industry”. Lead by Creative Broacast & Film Production

year 1 students. Come along & have your say. (Millennium Theatre LIT 13:00 – 14:00)

Marie-Therese Garvey – Documentary Production

Marie-Therese is an award-winning documentary film producer and founder of creative production company, Greater Than Ten Miles. (Atlantic (2016), narrated by Brendan Gleeson). In her talk she will explore the art of storytelling through mixed visual documentary modes, research skills in production, and documentary finance.  (Millennium Theatre LIT 14:00 – 16:00)

 

Thursday April 12th

Scott Smith – The Final Edit

Scott has over 25 years of experience as an online editor, and 15 as colourist. He’s worked on hundreds of programmes, promos, and TVCs for major studios and broadcasters in the United States and Europe, including: Warner Bros, Paramount Pictures, Universal Studios, MGM, Disney, Castle Rock, FX, TNT, NBC, HBO, E! Entertainment, BBC, ITV, Channel 5, ZDF, S4C, UKTV, RTE, TV3, TG4, and UTV. He listens to his clients, and can take a project from script to finished broadcast programme. His primary tools are DaVinci Resolve, Avid Symphony, and Autodesk Smoke. (Millennium Theatre LIT 11:00 – 13:00)

The talk will be followed by an workshop on Da Vinci Resolve (Block 15C01 LIT 14:00 – 16:00)

Showcase Screening & Exhibition

Exhibition: Millennium Theatre Foyer LIT 11:00 – 21:30

Reception: Millennium Theatre Foyer LIT 18:00 – 19:00 – All Welcome.

Screening: Festival Screening overview with Zeb Moore – Richard Harris International Film Festival followed by student film & animation screenings + Inaugural “Richard Harris Award for Excellence in Film” presentation.

Millennium Theatre LIT 19:00 – 22:00

For more information contact: film@lit.ie

Call for Entries

(As Per Film Ireland Web Source)

Creative Europe Desk Ireland MEDIA and Filmbase invite media students in Ireland to apply for support for the production and distribution of graduate film and media projects. This support will be open to any student, or groups of students, collaborating on the creation of an audiovisual film, documentary or multimedia project as part of their final year coursework.

  • Information Session 06 March in Filmbase | Apply here to secure your place.
  • Application Deadline 20 March | Eligibility & Application Forms available here.

These awards will provide support for film and media students graduating into the Irish and European audiovisual industries and to encourage graduates to develop the essential skills necessary for creating future funding applications. As such the application process for support replicates key aspects of the application process for Irish and European project funding.

Two projects will be awarded a cash contribution of up to €750 to support their production budgets and to facilitate the development and implementation of a marketing and distribution strategy for their completed works. In addition, film-based projects will be offered access to facilities at Filmbase and individual consultation on festival strategy and international marketing for short films.

Students interested are invited to attend an Information Session on Tuesday 6th March from 3.30 – 4.30pm in Filmbase. This session will present an overview of the key supports available from Filmbase and CED Ireland, provide key advice for making funding applications, and answer specific questions on this new initiative. Please click here to register for the information session.

FURTHER INFORMATION

Further information is available from Filmbase – please submit queries by email to studentmedia@filmbase.ie

Taking place at the Millennium Theatre, LIT from April 10th to 12th 2018 will be a new exciting event showcasing the best in Film Talent LIT has to offer this year.

We are pleased to announce details of the premier screening of Creative Broadcast & Film Production student showcase 2018.
“Frame by Frame” will run from April 10th – 12th in the Millennium Theatre LIT. More details to follow. Spread the word

More details soon as they are released from the ‘Frame by Frame’ team.

 

 

 

A new series of Short Film Bursaries has been announced by Limerick City and County Council this week. There are two available and will amount to €8000.

There is an application process followed by an interview process which is adjudicated by a selected panel.

Eligibility is made out as follows:

Individuals and organisations based in Limerick are invited to apply for the above bursaries to support film projects at all stages, whether in the initial phase of research and development or at the later stages of production, given that they:

  •   Are professional film makers;
  •   Are based in Limerick;
  •   Are submitting an original proposal or development work in relation to an existing piece.

Limerick Short Film Bursaries will not be allocated to fund the following:

  •   Proposals which do not have an artistic objective, for example, sport, heritage, historical, tourism, general recreation, etc.;
  •   Persons in full time undergraduate and postgraduate level study;
  •   Charity fundraisers;
  •   Artist in Schools Residencies (separate grant funding stream);
  •   Tyrone Guthrie Bursaries (separate grant funding stream);
  •   Publications;
  •   Day to day operational or administrative costs;
  •   Capital requests for building improvements to workspaces and venues.

For more information go to the website below where you can download the application guidelines and form.

 LIMERICK SHORT FILM BURSARIES 2018

New to the CAO for 2018 is the Creative Broadcast & Film Production Level 8 programme based in the Moylish Campus of LIT.

This practical based programme is over four years and includes modules across a range of departments of Broadcast and Film Production.

With the arrival of Troy Studios and the ‘Nightflyers’ series, which is currently under production, Limerick is quickly becoming the new destination for high end programming and film. (See Link: Limerick’s Troy Studios prepares for full flight as Nightflyers takes off – Photo 1 of 4 – Limerick )

More information on the level 8 programme can be got from the flyer below or checking out the website: http://www.lit.ie/Courses/LC371/default.aspx