20/03/2020

NI Screen To Host Online Workshops

Northern Ireland Screen is to run several online workshops for new and emerging talent.

As education becomes a logistical nightmare during the current public health crisis, the agency is offering aspiring professionals in the film and TV industry a chance to learn at home.

The seminars, limited to 15 per person, will cover script development, direction and post-production.

Sessions will take place as follows:

• Direction, 08 April, 3pm – 5pm

• Script structure, 20 April, 7pm – 9pm
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• Post-production, 22 April, 7pm – 9pm

Details for the online seminars will be provided when places are confirmed.

Email christine@northernirelandscreen.co.uk by Monday 30 March to enter.



(JG/CM)

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