Past Courses

Screenplay Unlimited: Advanced Development Workshop 10.01.2017

The aim of the workshop is to equip feature film writers with a set of flexible storytelling tools that help develop each project as effectively as possible.  It details how filmmakers can identify the story-type of their projects as early as possible and adjust the development process accordingly, making it easier, faster and leading to

Drafting for Film and TV 04.01.2017

This programme – a collaboration between Limerick and Clare Education and Training Board (LCETB) and Screen Training Ireland, with the support of University of Limerick School of Architecture (SAUL) and Troy Studios – is aimed at focusing the skills of architects and draftspeople to the specific requirements of drafting for film and television. All coursework

Introduction to Drafting for Film and TV 14.12.2016

This programme – a collaboration between Limerick and Clare Education and Training Board (LCETB) and Screen Training Ireland, with the support of LIT/LSAD and Troy Studios – aims to teach new entrants to the Art Department the fundamentals of drafting for film. All coursework is done in pencil. This course will focus on drawing a

Introduction to Rhino for Art Department 10.12.2016

This workshop will offer an overview of Rhino 3D software’s application in art department, and offer tips and tools for its effective use. The workshop will be taught on PCs; if a number of attendees work on Macs and wish to bring their own laptops, this can be facilitated on the day. The course will

Talent Management for Animation & VFX Companies 01.12.2016

This training programme will focus on Talent Management for Animation and VFX companies. The programme is aimed at companies that are scaling and are dealing with a variety of departmental structures, organizational change, attracting staff, retaining staff, creating career pathways, and developing a culture of training and mentorship.  The programme aims to prepare the companies

Business Matters: Chain of Title Legal Seminar in Galway 28.11.2016

Screen Training Ireland in association with the Galway Film Centre will deliver a one day course on Chain of Title for Filmmakers. Mark Byrne, Head of Business Affairs at Element Pictures will examine topics such as Chain of Title, Options and Clearances in film & TV production. Areas covered will include: Financiers’ requirements in relation to

Role Play Game Design Workshop 19.11.2016

The RPG Design Workshop in association with the Galway Film Centre takes designers from concept through to a fully functional RPG. Working together in groups of three to four, designers collaborate to determine character, conflict and setting while practicing iterative and emergent system design. Players constrain the core, take risks toward rewarding play, and push

Screenplay Unlimited: Advanced Development Workshop 15.11.2016

The aim of the workshop is to equip producers, development executives and story editors with a set of flexible storytelling tools that help develop each project as effectively as possible.  It details how filmmakers can identify the story-type of their projects as early as possible and adjust the development process accordingly, making it easier, faster

Not Just Plot! Screenwriting Workshop for Shorts and Features 05.11.2016

In association with Film In Cork the aim of this workshop is to energise and empower writers to create ambitious and engaging projects that connect with audiences. The workshop uses creative writing techniques in order to energise participants while demonstrating ways that innovative work can be supported by genre, format and the conventions of the

Richard Brown Masterclass: Developing Screen Stories 22.10.2016

Screen Training Ireland in association with Big Stories on the Small Screen and Trinity Long Room Hub Arts and Humanities Research Institute are delighted to announce a masterclass with executive producer Richard Brown of Anonymous Content. Richard is the producer of TRUE DETECTIVE, the upcoming adaptation of CATCH 22 and a number of other acclaimed serial

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Screen Leaders The Strategic Company Development Programme 2015

Screen Leaders is the Strategic Company Development Programme for the Screen Industries. It is  designed for company leaders working in film, television, animation, games, post-production, VFX,  facilities, sales, distribution and exhibition. The programme is funded by the Creative Europe  Programme and the Irish Film Board/Bord Scannán na hÉireann.To find out more about the participants experience

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VFX: SCRIPT TO SCREEN 2015

“The course completely immersed me in the world of VFX, covering every aspect, to give me a knowledge base and the confidence to make decisions as a director which will be invaluable in the future.” Brendan Muldowney, Director, Ireland Screen Training Ireland’s European VFX: Script to Screen programme is now open for applications for the