Filmbase NewsDance Film Awards Announced (6.12.2005, 13:38 UTC)
Arts Council and RTÉ launch RTÉ Dance on the Box The Arts Council and RTÉ are delighted to announce the launch of RTÉ Dance on the Box. The Arts Council and RTÉ call on choreographers, producers, directors and composers to combine their talents to create innovative short dance films to be premiered on RTÉ Television during [...]
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Filmbase NewsPhoto Exhibition by Kieron J Walsh (5.12.2005, 17:53 UTC)
Someone Somewhere An Exhibition of Photographs by Kieron J. Walsh Exhibition Dates: Fri Dec 9 2005 – Sat Jan 14 2006 Venue: FILMBASE, Curved St, Temple Bar, D2 Five years ago, this Thursday the 8th of December, 22-year-old Trevor Deely disappeared without trace. Despite an exhaustive police investigation, an extensive media campaign and most notably a series [...]
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Filmbase NewsKen Wardrop wins European Film Academy Award (5.12.2005, 12:21 UTC)
Undressing my Mother wins European Film Academy Award Ken Wardrop’s short film “Undressing my Mother” scooped the European Film Academy Award for best short film at its annual ceremony in Berlin’s Trepton Arena. The film becomes Ireland’s first short film to receive this accolade. Founded in 1988, the European Film Academy unites 1,600 European film [...]
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Filmbase NewsFestive Shorts (3.12.2005, 12:44 UTC)
A short programme of Christmas Shorts will take place at 6pm in Meeting House Square on Friday 9th and the 16th of December. It is a collaboration between Temple Bar Properties and Filmbase. The programme consists of John O’Donnell’s The First TV, Enda Hughes’ Not a Bad Christmas and Niamh O’Shea’sJesus in the Toolshed. The full programme [...]
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Filmbase NewsApple Authorized Training Schedule 2006 (2.12.2005, 15:16 UTC)
The Apple Authorized Training Schedule for Spring 2006 is now available via e-mail. Please contact Vicki at finalcutpro@filmbase.ie to get a copy. Courses for the spring include Final Cut Pro introductory and advanced, DVD Studio Pro introductory and advanced, Motion, Shake and Logic.
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Filmbase NewsMore Awards for Pavee Lackeen (28.11.2005, 15:48 UTC)
Pavee Lackeen has won yet another prize the Rainer Werner Fassbinder Prize of Mannheim-Heidelberg. ”For a portrayal of an outcast family through a camera that brings fiction and reality into a new realm of perception.” It also picked up a second prize at the festival The Ecumenic Film Prize “The film authentically describes the living conditions of [...]
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Filmbase NewsA Traveller’s Ireland (25.11.2005, 13:22 UTC)
As part of Traveller Focus Week there will be a photograph exhibition on the ground floor running from 3rd-10th of December. The exhibition is called A Traveller’s Ireland and further information can be found on the Pavee Point website.
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Filmbase NewsPaul Regan Exhibition (25.11.2005, 13:14 UTC)
There will be an exhibition by award winning artist Paul Regan on December 14th and 15th in the ground floor. Further details can be found on the artists home page.
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Filmbase NewsSilence this Saturday (24.11.2005, 12:38 UTC)
Liz Gill's (Goldfish Memory) Silence will screen this Saturday at midnight on RTE2 as part of the Shortscreen season.
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Filmbase NewsFilmbase/RTE Shorts Award Winners (22.11.2005, 17:28 UTC)
The winners of the June round of the RTE/Filmbase Shorts are: The Sound of People - Wr/Dir: Simon Fitzmaurice; Prod: Noreen Donohue Closer Dir: Andrew Keogh Writers: Andrew Keogh and Jamie Hannigan Prod: Sasha King John Duffy’s Brother Dir: Mikel Murfi; Prod: Anne Marie Naughton; Writer: Eoghan Nolan from a story by Flann O’Brien
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Filmbase NewsToday’s Soups (22.11.2005, 09:00 UTC)
Mushroom & Stilton Chicken, Chorizo, Spinach and Potato Large bowl served with thick white and brown bread. Vegetable: €5 Meat: €6 Small cup with bread: €3.50 Takeaway available
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Filmbase NewsToday’s Soups (17.11.2005, 09:00 UTC)
Mediterranean Vegetable African Chicken with Peanut and Tomato Large bowl served with thick white and brown bread. Vegetable: €5 Meat: €6 Small cup with bread: €3.50 Takeaway available
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Filmbase NewsToday’s Soups (16.11.2005, 09:00 UTC)
Spagetti Bolognaise Potage St Germain Large bowl served with thick white and brown bread. Vegetable: €5 Meat: €6 Small cup with bread: €3.50 Takeaway available
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Filmbase NewsPavee Lackeen sells out. (15.11.2005, 18:32 UTC)
A welcome press release has just come in trumpeting a very welcome success. Pavee Lackeen, Perry Ogden’s uncompromising picture of life at the edge of Irish society had an impressive opening weekend screen average of €5,719. This is a startling achievement for a film which is in a clearly not ticking the boxes [...]
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Filmbase NewsVincent Lestienne’s installation, Transients, coming to Curved Street (15.11.2005, 16:17 UTC)
This project, which will occur from 5 o’clock until 9 o’clock on November 30, is a slide show consisting of a series of urban anonymous portraits taken in Curved Street, Dublin city centre. The focus is upon people walking in and out of the frame and playing with the idea of an image within the [...]
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Filmbase NewsVideo Art in Cork (15.11.2005, 12:27 UTC)
Peripheral Visions Video Art Symposium This weekend, the Cork Film Centre, in association with the Granary Theatre, is presenting an international symposium on video art. This is the culmination of Peripheral Visions. One of the most exciting projects unfolding under the aegis of Cork 2005, Peripheral Visions exhibits work by thirty-nine younger video artists from across Europe and the Middle [...]
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Filmbase NewsToday’s Soups (15.11.2005, 09:00 UTC)
Colcannon Scotch Vegetable Broth Large bowl served with thick white and brown bread. Vegetable: €5 Meat: €6 Small cup with bread: €3.50 Takeaway available
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Filmbase NewsRight Now, Ladies and Gents (14.11.2005, 15:15 UTC)
John Paul Murphy's award winning short film Right Now Ladies and Gents will be screened this Saturday at 23.10 as part of Shortscreen.
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Filmbase NewsIrish contenders for Euro Awards (11.11.2005, 11:51 UTC)
Mark O’Halloran is one of six writers on the shortlist for European Screenwriter 2005 at the 2005 European Film Awards. Irish interest in the awards is further bolstered by the presence of Ken Wardrop in the Prix UIP for Best European Short. The awards will take place in Berlin on December 3rd. For more info click HERE
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Filmbase NewsInternational Youth Festival (10.11.2005, 17:02 UTC)
Below please find some info from an interesting sounding festival in Portugal. CALL FOR ENTRIES Last entry 31st January FEST – International Youth Film Festival will take place in Espinho, Portugal from the 9th to the 16th of April. This will be the third festival and the success of the previous two allowed us to build a [...]
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Filmbase NewsFREE WiFi Available (7.11.2005, 13:48 UTC)
For all of you who like to check their email while having a coffee there is now free Wifi in the Curved Street Cafe. It’s the perfect city centre office or meeting place.
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Filmbase NewsWhat are you looking at this Saturday? (7.11.2005, 11:06 UTC)
Ex Film Ireland editor Tony Kiely’s award winning short What Are You Looking At? will screen this Saturday, Nov 12th at 23.20. The film stars Michael Appourchaux and Robert Arkins. Synopsis: A Frenchman lives alone in the Irish countryside and wants only to be left alone. When his peace is interrupted by the [...]
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Filmbase NewsIFTA Awards News (7.11.2005, 10:20 UTC)
Pavee Lackeen took the major award as best film in The IFTA’s. Is there no stopping this film? Martin McDonagh’s Six Shooter won the Best Short Drama Award where Filmbase was ably represented by Jellybaby. For a full list of winners caross all categories goto the IFTA website.
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Filmbase NewsIFTA Awards News (7.11.2005, 10:20 UTC)
Pavee Lackeen took the major award as best film in The IFTA’s. Is there no stopping this film? Martin McDonagh’s Six Shooter won the Best Short Drama Award where Filmbase was ably represented by Jellybaby. For a full list of winners caross all categories goto the IFTA website.
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Filmbase NewsToday’s Soups (5.11.2005, 09:00 UTC)
Colcannon Scotch Vegetable Broth Large bowl served with thick white and brown bread. Vegetable: €5 Meat: €6 Small cup with bread: €3.50 Takeaway available
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Filmbase NewsPavee Lackeen wins again (4.11.2005, 13:42 UTC)
The Satyajit Ray Award for the best first feature premiered at the London Film Festival has been awarded to Perry Ogden’s Pavee Lackeen, the featured film on the current Film Ireland cover. The film written by regular Film Ireland contributor Mark Venner and edited by ex staffer Breege Rowley is currently on a roll on [...]
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Filmbase NewsShorts Fundraising Night (2.11.2005, 13:10 UTC)
Sophia Housing Association (www.sophia.ie) is a charity working with people who have been living in crisis accomodation. On Friday November 11th there will be a short film festival in the Bank of Ireland Arts Centre. The evening will present a series of Award winning Irish Shorts presented by their directors - Alan Gilsenan, Bernard McLaverty, [...]
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Filmbase NewsShortlist for Filmbase/RTE Shorts (1.11.2005, 17:44 UTC)
The shortlist for the June Round is as follows: Simon Fitzmaurice: The Sound of People; Colin Corrigan: The Elusive Punch-Line; James Phelan: Poetic Licence; Andrew Keogh: Close; Oran Doyle: Under the Skin; Anne Marie Naughton: John Duffy’s Brother; Fergal Rock: Things Fall Apart; Virginia Gilbert: Duke; David Nolan: Saint Joe and The Demon; John C. Richardson: [...]
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Filmbase NewsSimon Perry to head Film Board (1.11.2005, 17:16 UTC)
White smoke has just lit up the sky over Galway and Simon Perry has been announced as the fourth Chief Executive of the Irish Film Board(mk II). Now the many months of speculation can end and hopefully there will be a new sense of focus on getting things made.
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Filmbase NewsComing soon on Shortscreen (28.10.2005, 16:31 UTC)
Saturday nights is shorts night on RTE2 and over the coming weeks there will be a number of interesting shorts commisssioned through RTE’s award schemes with Filmbase, the Galway Film Centre and The Cork Film Centre. Coming Soon: Plain Jane; What are You Looking At?; Right Now, Ladies and Gents & Silence. Watch here for further news
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