Workshops and Screenings

Individual Workshop Ticket Price : 20.00 euro pp
(special discount rates for students, unemployed, and senior citizens 15.00 euro )

Screening Ticket Price : 8.50 euro pp
(special discount rates for students, unemployed, and senior citizens 5.50 euro )


Day One – Friday 30th September 2016 -Animation Workshop CANCELLED


NOTICE

DUE TO A CONFLICT WE HAVE REGARDING DATES WE ARE SAD TO SAY THAT THE ANIMATION WORKSHOP HAS BEEN CANCELLED.

APOLOGIES TO WHOEVER BOOKED FOR THIS THEY WILL BE IMMEDIATELY REFUNDED THEIR MONEY ANY PROBLEMS PLEASE CONTACT OUR PRODUCTION OFFICE ON EMAIL: PR@FINGALFILMGFEST.COM

Day Two – Saturday 1st October 2016 Workshop 1 – Sound Design Workshop


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WORKSHOP :Sound Design and Supervision Workshop
VENUE: VIP Screen, Movies at Swords, Pavilions Centre, Swords, Co Dublin
TIME:10am-1.00pm ( Registration at 9.30am )
GUEST SPEAKERS: Nail Brady Supervisor Sound Editor- Screen Scene
Steve Fanagan Sound Design Ardmore Sound
CASE STUDY :“ROOM” Feature film released 2016 Director : Lenny Abrahamson


AWARDS: Multi Oscar nominated film was also nominated by our American peers for a Motion Picture Sound Editors Award for Dialogue and ADR Editing, our fellow nominees in this category were The Revenant, Star Wars, Mad Max Fury Road, Bridge of Spies, The Martian, Sicario and Straight Outta Compton. ‘Room’ was also awarded this years sound IFTA for “Best Sound’.- Academy Nominations Best Actress – Best Director – Best Sound – Best Screenplay – Golden Globe – Best Picture – Best Screenplay

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Guest Speakers

Niall Brady Supervising Sound Editor – Screen Scene Post Production Hse, D2

Niall Brady is a supervising sound editor and sound designer who has been working in the Irish film industry for over 15 years. He completed a degree in Communications Studies (Film and Broadcasting) at DIT, Aungier St., in 1997. Niall then started working in post-production as an assistant picture editor syncing dailies on ‘Ballykissangel’. After a couple of years in the picture department he migrated to working in post production sound and has since edited and designed sound on many hours of film and television. In that time he has been a member of sound teams that have won two IFTAs (Pure Mule, 2005, and Albert Nobbs, 2012) and one MPSE Golden Reel Award for Sound Effects Editing ( Game of Thrones, Series 1, 2012). He works at Screen Scene and Ardmore Sound.Recent Film credits include Frank (2014, dir. Lenny Abrahamson), Queen & Country ( 2014, dir. John Boorman), Mister John (2013, dir Joe Lawlor, Christine Molloy), What Richard Did (2012, dir. Lenny Abrahamson), Albert Nobbs (2011, dir Rodrigo Garcia), The Guard (2010, dir John Michael McDonagh)Recent Television credits include ROG – The Ronan O’ Gara Documentary (2013, RTE ), The Widower (2013, ITV), Ripper Street (2013, order valium no prescription BBC) Game of Thrones (2011, HBO)” Room“

 

Steve Fanagan Sound Designer – Ardmore Sound , Bray, Co Dublin

Steve Fanagan is an award winning sound designer, editor and re-­recording mixer, based at Ardmore Sound and Screenscene. He studied Communications DCU graduating in 2000. He has,over many years, pursued a career in music, both performing and in the recording studio. In 2008, he participated in the FAS/Screen Training Ireland, Ardmore Sound, Sound Editor Training Programme and subsequently entered the film and television sound post production sector.

Recent credits include; Frank (Feature, 2014), Miss Julie (Feature, 2014), The Last Days on Mars (Feature, 2013), The Sea (Feature, 2013), The Pervert’s Guide to Ideology (Documentary, 2012), What Richard Did (Feature, 2012) (Nominated Best Sound IFTA 2013), Citadel (Feature, 2012) (Winner Best

Sound IFTA 2012), Albert Nobbs (Feature, 2011) (Winner Best Sound IFTA 2013), Game of

Thrones, Series 1 (HBO 10 Part Series, 2011) (Sound Fx and Foley Editor) (EMMY Nominated for Sound Editing 2011, Winner MPSE Golden Reel Award for Best Sound FX Editing), The

Guard (Feature, 2011) (Nominated Best Sound IFTA 2012)

SOUND DESIGN SUPERVISOR WORKSHOP OUTLINE

Case Study: ” Room” release 2016 feature film ( RT:90 xm)
Director/Writer: Lenny Abrahamson
Cast: Brie Larson – Jacob Tremblay

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(10am- 11am Screening ) ( 11.00am – 1pm Workshop ) ( Short break : 11:30- 11:45am)

    • “Room“ Case study : An outline and explanation of the roles of each member of the Sound Team, the location recordist, the supervising sound editor, the sound designer, dialogue editor, effects editor and a brief outline of film sound workflow from picture cutting room to final mix, also why we have chosen to focus on Room and how our workflow on this film compares and contrast with bigger budget film in relation to crewing, design, editing, mixing etc. This comparing and contrasting will help illuminate how EVERY film requires different approaches and presents different challenges.

 

  • We will pick 3-5 key scenes from ‘ Room’ and break them down into their key layers,dialogue, production effects, sound effects,, ambience’s and music, and explain how the sound of each scene evolved from the script to the final mix . This will demonstrate how the sound design aesthetic evolves from the script through pre-production to the cutting room to the mix. We will do these break downs with examples of work-in-progress and final mix audio sessions from ‘ Room’, therefore giving the participants a real insight into the many stages and layers that are combined to create the final mix track of a film.

 

12:30 – 1:00pm

Open discussion about ‘ Room’ and as well as a more general discussion about the sound departments role in film making. Open to questions throughout the day.

 

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