Film Network Ireland are hosting an event this weekend to raise awareness of the issues surrounding the Housing Crisis in Ireland. FNI 20/20 is a weekend filmmaking Festival to raise awareness of the hows and why of the Crisis and to highlight the areas of housing shortages, Addiction and Homelessness in Ireland.
All content produced at this event as well as money raised will be donated to the Peter McFerry Trust. The winning short will be shown with FNI partners The Virgin Media International Film Festival. The event is also sponsored by Dublin Business School, Wildcard Distribution and The Headstuff Podcast Network. This is an over 18’s event.
The FNI 20/20 event will involve two screenings on Sunday the 15th of December.
A submission screening : Entry is 15 euro and all submissions to be handed in person via USB by 6pm, 14th at DBS Balfe Street. The Weekend Shoot and Screen Festival Kicks off on the evening of the 13th of December to the 15th, Entry costing 10 euro.
The entire event is set to take place at FNI headquarters at their partners Dublin Business School, Balfe Street, found just off Grafton Street, Dublin 2.
The first info/pitch session takes Place at 18:30pm at DBS, Balfe St on the 13th of Dec- Concluding at the screening on the 15th at 7pm. Submission Screening deadline is Saturday the 14th of Dec at 6pm. For Screening 15th of Dec. Tickets are available now via Eventbrite.
Later this month the experienced writer/producer Stephen Cleary will be in the fair city of film to provide two intriguing workshops on interest to budding storytellers on screen. Running next week with Film Network Ireland, the workshops will provide an opportunity to advance their knowledge of story structure, genre writing and more.
A new film quiz night launches this Wednesday 24th April at the Wild Duck pub in Sycamore St, Templebar curated and hosted by QuizHost Ireland. The “Big Fillum Quiz” is a new initiative to test the knowledge of fact-friendly fans in the fair city of film.
A great opportunity for film pros in Ireland to connect, Film Network Ireland is having the last of their Film networking events next week, a Christmas table quiz set to get to film pros scratching their heads as they get them together.
FNI have been busy throughout 2018 with events, several seminars and more bringing the Irish Independent Film community together. We now run classes on a wide variety of topics and have so many ambitious inclusive plans for FNI’ers in 2019.
The networking platform Film Network Ireland will be working with the screenwriting workshop group A Dramatic Improvement to present Storytelling for The Screen: An Introduction to the Principles of Story for Writers and Directors. The second of FNI’s writing series, the October workshop is part of an overall plan to facilitate in the long run the production of films in Ireland, to teach and inspire budding creative minds in Irish film.