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Simon finishing the edit on “Kemmy”

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old projector showing film

With a new year well upon us, the Millennium Film Club is back and has a great lineup for this spring. Based in the Millennium Theatre, Limerick Insitiute of Technology, Moylish, Limerick, the Millennium Film Club (MFC) continues to bring great films, and locally made short films to its big screen. There is opportunity to gain membership, for just €2 and discount on multiple screenings.

Check out the great line up for the coming months below:

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Check out the website for the Millennium theatre for bookings HERE

The Next big film is:

Millennium Film Club – “Casablanca”

Book Now for Valentines!

Hi All

Well we are at the end of the “Summer” (and I use that term loosely) and Behind the Scenes had another great evening last night at the Millennium Theatre.

A category that is often over looked in the industry of television was explored in detail with a fresh insight to what equipment and trends are at the forefront of this creative discipline.

Adrian ‘Ado’ Cunningham gave a hour long talk on ‘Working with Sound on TV’ along with an opportunity to view his pride and joy, an OBU for sound recording.

Film and Video entusiasts came from across the city and county including Co.Clare to hear about the past experience Ado has had to date and to learn how the key role of a sound recordist has in the television industry.

Behind the Scenes would like to thank Ado for his time and effort in putting together his presentation as well as bringing along the OBU (see pics) for the members to have a look at. Also we would like to thank Gerry Meagher of the Millennium Theatre for looking after us with the venue.

Next months meeting will be on the discipline of Lighting and promises to be another great insight to an important area of film making.

Check out the website for more details. BEHIND THE SCENES

More soon.

Press Release-August 2012

BEHIND THE SCENES

Behind the Scenes is a network of people in the Midwest working in or studying Video and Film Production. The group was created with the intention of bringing together like minded individuals to study and promote Film and Video Production in the Munster Area.

Our next meeting on Monday August 27th at  7pm at the Millenium Theatre LIT will be

 Working with Sound in TV

Presented by Adrian Cunningham from The ProductionOffice. The Production Office provides audio services and equipment for entertainment and broadcast in Ireland and overseas.

http://www.tpoireland.com

Behind the Scenes is the perfect opportunity to meet and network with editors, creative people and filmmakers who work in the local Film Industry.

We welcome  new members and we meet on the first Monday of each month.

Find us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/BehindDScenes

Twitter @BehindDScenes

 

For further details please check out our website:

behindthescenes.ie/

Simon on the edit – Photo by M.Griffin

This week gone saw three crews of film makers create a ‘Film In A Day’ for this months Behind the Scenes session, and what a trio of films they were. It is by no means an easy feat to bring together so many different people and ideas and create one film let alone three.

With Mark Griffin overseeing the project as a whole, All the teams first met at the George Boutique Hotel in Limerick at 10am on the Sunday. Here Jacinta and her great staff looked after the teas and coffee’s while the teams worked out games plans and other elements for their films.

Filming and editing took place from 11am on the Sunday to 3pm Monday afternoon where the three films then got their chance on the big screen at the Millennium Theatre at Limerick Institute of Technology.

Film 1 – Stamp

This film was very cleverly thought out from beginning to end. With a low dialogue script but heavy on imagery and performances, namely from Maeve McGrath, was shot in 4 different locations including dock road Limerick, raheen and Curraghchase. Given the premise of a post nuclear fallout and betrayal, the audience journeyed with the main character in a battle of survival.

Film 2 – Dr. Noel Hope

Nigel Mercier and Eoin Moloney deliver fantastic comedic perforamces with a heart warming ending that certainly left the audience wanting to see more. With locations on the streets of Limerick and on the quays by the Shannon river, dr.Noel Hope delivers his original advise on unsuspecting patients.

Film 3 – Killer Recession

This was Andrew O’Gorman’s script and more so his moment to show how good of an actor he is too. A chilling piece detailing an interrogation of a terrorist in a city location. With multiple cameras and even a Stephen Hall trademark explosion, chaos ensues as the captor finds his moment to escape.

In all, a great two days and a second ‘film in a day’ is planned for later in the year.

For more information see the Behind The Scenes Website.