Congratulations to CDM Year 2 students Eoin Smith and Kaya Keats whose films have been shortlisted for the Fingal Film Festival. Both films will be screen on Friday 10th of May at the Odean Cinema Blanchardstown. (more…)
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CALL FOR ENTRIES: SUBMISSION DETAILS
IFI Stranger Than Fiction is accepting entries of Irish and international short documentaries (under 20-minutes) and for Irish feature-length documentaries (over 60-minutes). International features are programmed on an invitation-only basis and no entries in this category will be accepted. (more…)
Dublin Doc Fest at 10 Days in Dublin
Dublin Doc Fest is seeking short documentary submissions (maximum duration 15 mins) for its first short documentary screening as part of 10 Days in Dublin Arts Festival in July 2013. (more…)
Applications are now open for ICCL Human Rights Film Award
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Well done to the CDM second year students, who worked closely with Kilbarrack Youth Project, resulting in a brand new website designed and developed by Guitar Egbon.
The Website Design module continuous assessment project, tasked students with designing and developing a new web presence for the Dublin 5 community group. (more…)
Deadline: 28th January
Uniquely Dublin is a public arts competition that invites the public, both amateur and professional, to submit work in a number of categories answering the question “Why love Dublin?”
There is a €10,000 prize for the winning entry, and €1,000 for the winner of each category. Work will be shown all over Dublin in the Spring of 2013.
Submit a film, written work, photography or other.
For more info and how to enter, please visit www.uniquelydublin.ie
Deadline: 18th January
As part of their Digital Biscuit event the Screen Directors Guild of Ireland is launching its first Young Animators Award. Digital Biscuit is a series of 20 programmed talks and technology expositions over three days on the 24th -26th of January 2013 in the Science Gallery that will bring together global film industry leaders including directors David Yates (Harry Potter) and Pete Doctor (Toy Story).
- Your animation must be between 10 seconds and 2 minutes long.
- You animation must incorporate the ‘digital biscuit’ theme in some way – visually, verbally or conceptually.
- Jason Tammemagi (COSMO, Monster Animation)
- Joel Simon (Flickerpix Animations)
- Steve Woods (National Film School, Head of the SDGI Animation Committee)
- Your animation will be premiered at Digital Biscuit to an audience of animators, directors, industry professional and film-loving public.
- A day of mentoring at Academy Award Nominated Brown Bag Studios
Animations should be uploaded as a private video to youtube or vimeo and the link sent to email@example.com. with subject line “Animation Award Your Name”
For more details Click Here