With Post Production completed by Simon at ‘Craft- Post House‘, it has been announced that the Directorial Debut for Pat Shortt on the Avenue Productions Short Film, ‘Warts and All’ will premiere at this years Galway Film Fleadh, on Wednesday 6th July at the Town Hall Theatre.
Aron, a single thirty-something, attempts to navigate falling in love, while trying to hide his insecurities. He wrestles with his longing to fit in and being true to himself, unsure whether the real him is too much for anyone to love.
The film is also written by Michelle Lehane and was filmed on location in Co.Galway, in February 2022. Avenue Productions are behind the short and have previous success with films such as,
2021 Give Him Time (Drama)
2020 Tyre Kickers (Drama)
2019 Old Firm Day (Drama)
The full line up at this years Galway Film Fleadh can be found HERE or clicking the logo below.
We had the pleasure recently of cutting the teaser trailer for the Avenue Productions‘ short film, Give Him Time, starring Faye Shortt and Pat Shortt.
The short screened at the 2022 Fastnet Film Festival. as part of programme 8, details a story about a father and daughter’s struggle to communicate after a local scandal, until a timely reminder gets them back on track.
Check out the trailer below.
Avenue Productions is an award-winning Irish based film and television production company that collaborates with award-winning writers, directors, and leading international producers. It was established to develop and produce short, feature-length, and television drama with an Irish and International focus.
To celebrate 30 years of the Limerick School of Acting, Film CEL (Film Craftsmanship Excellence and Learning) at LSAD, TUS, have produced a short doc highlighting the school and its director, Actor Nigel Mercier.
Filmed over a number of days with the schools students the documentary features stories about how Nigel started the school and what he enjoys about it each year.
Filming was completed by both students and staff of the Creative Broadcast and Film Production programme at LSAD with the post production taking place at CRAFT Post House.
Congratulations to Nigel and all the staff and students of the Limerick School of Acting and all the best for the next 30 years.
This is the 5th awards show edited for the Richard Harris International Film Festival and their 9th year. With hundreds of entries from both national and international film makers this festival has a long standing in Limerick, and since joining with the Limerick Film Festival in 2017, it grown to include this awards show, created and edited by Simon McGuire, I.S.E.
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.
Simon has been added to the amazing guest speaker line 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!
This is aimed at those who are interested in pursuing a career as an editor in factual editing or are considering making a switch in career or who are just curious about editors insights and methodologies. All the best, ISE Committee.
The Creative Broadcast & Film Production programme of 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. Click on the Eventbrite link above or click the image below to take you to the site to book your place.
With over 14,000 students on six campuses in Ireland’s Midwest and Midlands, TUS is Ireland’s newest and most unique Technological University. Through applied learning and fresh thinking, our focus is on meeting the evolving needs of society and industry, within our region and beyond.
The Creative Technologies Programmes, Creative Broadcast & Film Production, and Music Technology & Production, are looking forward to working with our new setup at the Moylish Campus. As part of the Department of Digital Arts & Media at Limerick School of Art & Design (LSAD) we offer creative opportunities to new students who are think of taking on the industries of Film, Television, Music and other creative areas.
For more information on the programmes at TUS check out the link below as well as the Open Days coming soon in Oct/Nov 2021:
Irish Screen Editors (ISE) will be hosting a webinar on the roles and responsibilities of assistant editors, particularly in the fields of high end TV drama and feature films. The webinar will consist of a panel of highly experienced assistant editors as well as an editor who made the transition from assistant editor in recent years and this panel will discuss the typical workflows for TV drama and film, the importance of the assistant editor in the post production pipeline and the skills and knowledge required for the job. Being an assistant editor is an extremely important, if somewhat undervalued, part of the post production process and ISE intends,through this webinar, to highlight the role and demonstrate its value.
This webinar will be ideal for students who are considering a career in post production. It will be held on Saturday the 11th of September at 15:00, The link to show your interest is on our Facebook Page HERE, and you can register for the event below. We feel that this will be a very useful event for any students interested in pursuing editing as a career.
Basically it’s everything you ever wanted to know about assistant editing but were afraid to ask! Register for free HERE