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Beginning in mid January, a new In-House Production Unit, Film CEL, (Film Craftsmanship Excellence and Learning) will launch. This new addition to the Creative Broadcast and Film Production programme at LSAD, will provide a Media Work Practice structure around craftsmanship of content creation.

Through Film CEL students will have a structure of practice under the guidance and mentorship of a Coordinator. This

production section will be run jointly between academic staff and students with goals to provide professional film/broadcast and

video production content for LSAD/TUS content channels and where appropriate, Internal & external industry companies and

local Community Social, Arts and Cultural organisations on a not-for profit basis. Students working on an IPU production will be

managed by the coordinator, who would also work on and oversee productions. The aim of this IPU is to promote professional

craftsmanship culture within the discipline with the students while also providing opportunities for work placement with

professionals and discipline aligned organisations. Both work practice and skills will need to be demonstrated while meeting

learning outcomes for various production and post-production roles across a variety of forms and media, where appropriate.

In the coming weeks and months there will be updates on the progress as well as any news and events covered by the team.

Film CEL can be found on Instagram (lsad_filmcel) and Twitter @FILM_CEL

More Soon.

Catalyst International Film Festival presents a film programme that prioritizes stories and storytellers currently under-represented on screen and behind the camera. We want to create a more inclusive industry and films screened here will promote gender equality, diversity and inclusion whether in content, key creative roles or crew.  Catalyst is dedicated to addressing under-representation in GENDER, RACE, SOCIAL + ECONOMIC EXCLUSION, DISABILITY, AGE and SEXUAL ORIENTATION on and off screen. This is not a definitive list! 

We are currently open for submissions for the 4th Catalyst International Film Festival 30|31 March & 01 April 2023.

2023 AWARDS:

Best Irish Short Film

Best International Short Film

Best Documentary Short Film

Spirit of the Festival Award

Jury Special Mention Award

Breakthrough Award

Short Screenplay Award (in association with the Writers Guild of Ireland)

Spirit of the Festival

Audience Award

FULL DETAILS AND SUBMISSIONS:

https://filmfreeway.com/CatalystInternationalFilmFestival

Thanks and regards,

Aoife O’TooleProduction ManagerCatalyst International Film Festival00-353-87-2678209www.catalystinternationalfilmfestival.com

The Festival Programme features Horror, Sci-Fi, and Fantasy! They have 27 Shorts, 2 Features, 2 Retrospectives (The original Hocus Pocus and 28 Days Later screened by EIFF at Arc Cinema Ennis) , 14 International Shorts, 13 Irish Shorts, 7 Student Shorts, 3 Irish Student Shorts, 5 Workshops, 1 industry panel, 1 Pitching Comp and a Whiskey Experience for after hours!  They even have their very own festival beer – a blood orange infused ale (of course!) by local brewery Western Herd.

Check out our website: www.ennisinternationalfantasticfilmfest.com for events and links to ticket bookings.

EIFF on social media: 

Twitter: @EnnisFilmFest

Insta: @ennisfilmfest

Facebook: @ennisinternationalfantasticfilmfest

Michelle Lehane (Actor/Writer) and Danny McCafferty Actor

A special event on Sunday the 23rd of October has been created for Director Pat Shortt and Producer Lee Crowley at the Kerry Film Festival in Killarney.

Role Reversal with Pat Shortt & Lee Crowley 

Pat, Actor turned Director & Producer Lee, will join the audience for screening and a chat about their new short film Warts & All.

Pat will discussing the creative process of stepping behind the camera, and Lee, will give an insight into the highs and lows of doing so.

This conversation will be hosted by Actress & Filmmaker Jessica Courtney Leen (Not My Sister).

This event is free but registration is required by ordering tickets.

Check out the link HERE to book tickets or click on the image above.

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Warts & All

Synopsis: Aron, a single thirty something, attempts to navigate falling in love, while attempting to hide his insecurities.

He wrestles between his longing to fit in and being true to himself, unsure whether the real him is too much for anyone to love.

Director:Pat Shortt

Writer: Michelle Lehane

Producer: Lee Crowley

Runtime: 12min

Age Recommendation: 12+

Great Southern Killarney

Town Centre, Avenue, Killarney, Co. Kerry, V93 R866

October 23, 2022, 2:45 – 4:00 PM IST

More events at venue

Warts And All Poster
A short highlights of the exhibitions put on by LSAD for Culture Night 2022

With the 3-in-a-row win by Limerick today, a special homecoming has been arranged to welcome the Limerick Team, management and support room staff at the TUS Gaelic Grounds on Monday evening.

Tickets can be purchased from ticketmaster HERE. It’s a free event (€2 handling charge) but is ticketed. All details can be found on the link.

Images and video clips were edited this week for the event, which will be featured on the big screen on the night and promises to be an evening to remember for all Limerick Supporters.

Simon editing the content for the Limerick GAA Team Homecoming

The Fresh Film Festival team are super excited to bring you Careers in Screen Mid West, a careers day for senior cycle students, taking place on Wednesday, March 30 as part of the Fresh International Film Festival 2022! 🎬

Ever wondered how to get started in the film and television industry? Careers in Screen is an informative and interactive audience-led event for Transition Year to 6th Year students, which aims to highlight the wide variety of career paths available in film and television. The event will explore the nature of filmmaking as a career and the different skill sets involved, and take a deeper look at the screen industry in Ireland.

Experienced speakers will discuss their own experiences working in the screen sector and give an insight into the collaborative process of film production. The event will also look at screen developments in the region and how best to get involved.

I am delighted to be one of the amazing guest speakers lined up for the Careers in Screen event.

Mike Boland, Studio Manager of Troy Studios, Ireland’s largest production facility will be there, as will Mark Maher, CEO and Founder of Odyssey Studios. The talented model maker has worked on the Hobbit, Alice Through the Looking Glass and Penny Dreadful, to name but a few!

Also in attendance will be Eimear O’Mahony, Executive Producer of Children and Young People’s Content for RTÉ! She has also worked as a producer on Winning Streak, Electric Picnic and even the Late Late Toy Show in 2018!

Book your place now! → https://www.eventbrite.ie/…/careers-in-screen-fresh…

ISE is proud to present two webinars this month, An Introduction to Drama Editing on Saturday 12th February at 2pmhttps://www.eventbrite.ie/e/irish-screen-editors-an-introduction-to-drama-editing-tickets-252961583907 With guest panellists Nathan Nugent, Victoria Boydell and Mags Arnold.

An Introduction to Documentary Editing on Saturday 19th February at 2pmhttps://www.eventbrite.ie/e/irish-screen-editors-an-introduction-to-documentary-editing-tickets-260247285637With guest panellists Connie Farrell, Mick Mahon and Maeve O’Boyle.

These are aimed at those who are interested in pursuing a career as an editor in either area or are considering making a switch in career or who are just curious about editors insights and methodologies.
All the best,
ISE Committee.

Film Post Production Editor / Lecturer Simon McGuire at the 2019 LSAD open day demonstrating trailer editing.

Our TUS campus open days are an ideal opportunity for you, your friends and family to join us on campus and find out first-hand what it is really like to be a student at TUS and if you are thinking about a career in the Film, Broadcast or Music Industries then why not check out the LSAD Open Day on November 27th from 10 – 2pm on the Moylish Campus.

There will be representatives from the academic staff as well as current students to chat to you about our programmes:

Creative Broadcast & Film Production

Music Technology & Production

For more info and registering for this event check out HERE or click on the photo above.

The Creative Broadcast & Film Production Programme at LSAD, TUS are delighted to announce details of their next open casting call. 
If you are interested in taking part in short film productions and voice over work check out their Eventbrite site to secure your place and receive details of script preparation and time allocation. 
They will be recognising full Covid compliance during the session so it will be a fun and safe event. Check out the link above or click on the image below, to book your place.