Applications to be a Festival Volunteer at Audi Dublin International Film Festival are now open!
The Audi Dublin International Film Festival is bringing the world’s best films to Dublin between 16th-26th February 2017, and to make sure it’s programme of over 130 films, special events and guest appearances runs picture perfect, the Festival needs a team of smart, enthusiastic volunteers who are ready to pull together and make the Festival a success.
Help will be needed in areas such as venues, hospitality, office administration, production, ticketing, promotions, marketing and communications so whether you are welcoming Festival-goers to a venue and making sure that they’re getting the most out of the festival or helping behind the scenes at ADIFF HQ it’s a great way to get first-hand insight into the inner workings of an international entertainment event.
The Festival takes its volunteers seriously and is proud of the diverse and committed group of people from Dublin and much further afield who generously give their time and who often return year after year. It’s also a chance for volunteers to build up experience, explore the city in a new way and to make new connections – both whilst on the job and of course relaxing after a film at the Festival Club.
Depending on individual availability, volunteers can either apply to be full-time (a minimum of one shift per day during the Festival) or part-time. Each volunteer needs to be able to commit to a minimum of 5 volunteering shifts.
Volunteer applications are now open! Go to http://www.diff.ie/about/volunteers for more information and to download an application and make sure to apply before 5pm on January 13th, 2017. You must be over 18 to apply. Questions, comments or queries can be sent to John McHale, Volunteer Coordinator email@example.com.
Term Two of the Gaiety School of Acting’s adult and kids classes starts in January 2017 – check out our full suite of courses here.
This Sunday, we will be joined by a Casting Agent from Louise Kiely Casting for a Masterclass in Auditions. Are you putting in the effort, trudging from Casting to Casting, but still not landing the roles? This masterclass will point you in the right direction, with tips on everything from body language to preparation, to etiquette and dress. Perfecting your approach to auditioning is vital for an actor, so don’t delay and book your place here now!
When: Sunday 13th November 2016
If you prefer to secure your place with a deposit, call us on 016799277
Spaces are limited so early booking is advised!
Pat Kenny and Colette Fitzpatrick host a brand new current affairs discussion programme with a live studio audience called Pat Kenny Tonight. If you are interested to witness, and maybe even take part in, debates on the most vital current and social affairs issues, please get in touch. Live every Wednesday night.
This is a great opportunity to see the workings of a live studio
and be part of a it.
For further details contact Sylvia.firstname.lastname@example.org
**************************************************************************************************Don’t forget, we have a wide variety of interesting and invaluable Masterclasses coming up over the next few weeks. Want to up your game in Casting, Accent, Singing, Stage Combat and more – check them out here.
Being asked to perform a monologue or sides for an audition for a specific role often calls for acquiring an accent. If you can alter your accent convincingly and as flawlessly as possible, you’re halfway there to securing the part! Many excellent actors are thrown by this part of the job – don’t let yourself be one of them! This Sunday we still have spaces remaining in our Accent workshop with Gaiety School of Acting Voice Coach Russel Smith.
Russel opens actors up to the range, depth and subtlety of their communication, verbal and non-verbal, treating practicalities such as projection, clarity or accent, as extensions of a more fundamental integrated development of physicality and psyche. Synthesising a range of approaches, he encourages students to begin building their own methodical process in illuminating and interpreting extant texts, and fostering their artistic voices toward developingnew work. Russel is an Honours graduate of TCD and of the Gaiety School of Acting with a background in physical therapy, alongside 20 years experience as actor on stage and screen, singer and musical director/composer/accompanist, Russel has engaged in extensive on-going training with a range of founding-members of the Roy Hart Theatre at the International Centre for Voice in France (most significantly Kevin Crawford, Kaya Anderson, and more recently, Jonathan Hart), and numerous other coaches and physical practitioners. In recent years voice, dialect and singing coach at both ACTT and AADA in Sydney, Australia; Long-standing singing coach and musical director at the Gaiety School; previously repetiteur and singing coach for the degree programme in acting at Trinity College Dublin.
The workshop is this Sunday 6th November from 10am-5pm
With our accent Workshop the focus is on learning to create an authentic accent with your voice. Whether you need to learn an accent for stage or even a voiceover, this workshop is designed to facilitate how to copy that accent you need without needing to be a native.
Participants of the Accent Masterclass can expect to:
SINK YOUR TEETH INTO THIS & GO FOR THE JUGULAR
‘They’re creepy and they’re kooky, Mysterious and spooky,
They’re altogether ooky, The Bram Stoker Festival Family.’
This year sees Bram Stoker Festival spawn a programme more adventurous, outrageous, ambitious and deliciously debauched than before from quirky family ‘funderlands’ and contemporary art installations during the innocent daylight hours before mutating into something more sinister beneath the pale moonlight: from night time outdoor forest aerial acts to freak show carnivals… come closer…but beware…we bite! And once bitten by the volunteering bug there is no cure but to join our Festival Family of Monsters.
Our ‘Monsters’ can be found at our ‘graveyards’ (venues) throughout the festival meeting, greeting and scaring our audience while being the face of the festival. They will protect them from the shadows at our outdoor events and encourage them to bring out their darker side at our night events. These undead masses selflessly give up their free time to make sure that the public enjoy themselves and that the festival is a ‘screaming’ success.
This October Bank Holiday Weekend (28th-31st) sees opportunities in not only our traditional roles of – Front of House duties in venues and but also in make up, artist liaison, social media correspondents and festival photography. ‘If you go down to the woods today you’ll find a big surprise’ …. Do you have what it takes?
How To Become a Volunteer Monster This Festival
Simply complete the Volunteers Application http://bit.ly/2bXfNOR and email it back to the Volunteers Dept by October 14th. Any questions, comments or queries please do not hesitate to contact Mama Morticia at email@example.com
Volunteer Recruitment Open Call
Or if you are one of those monsters who easily get distracted by a daylight and miss deadlines (just ever so slightly) why not come along to our Volunteer Recruitment Open Call on Saturday October 15th @ 14:00hrs at the DIFF HOUSE, 13 Lower Ormond Quay, Dublin 2 you can fill in the application there and then and learn more about our Family of Volunteering Critters. – MAMA MORTICIA
DEADline for Applications is the Friday, 14th of October 2016
by 5pm sharp
“Clock The Hair, Clock The Mug, Clock The Nails, Clock My Skirt!
Clock The Bag, Clock The Shoes, Now Punch The Clock It’s Time to Werq!”
They are not appendages! They are not accessories!
Their clothes don’t make them but their person makes our festival.
Our Volunteers are an enthusiastic, committed ‘family’ from The House of Gaze, filled full of sass, integrity and glittered good humour, who selflessly give up their free time to make sure that our audiences enjoy their Bank Holiday Festival Experience.
Volunteering is more than just a fantastic to experience the cinematic celebration that the festival brings to Dublin each year, but its presents a chance for those involved to become a ‘community’ that evolves far beyond the dates of the festival into the social and professional circles of The Arts & LGBT Scene.
They can be found from all ages, occupations, identities & backgrounds, generously lending themselves to staffing various departments and venues for the festival period. Their passion can be felt everywhere from the lobbies welcoming the patrons, to assisting with back of house duties with the Festival Hub and admin & production roles, to liaising with our guests in hospitality. The Family That Plays Together, Stays Together!
How to volunteer with GAZE International LGBT Film Festival?
Simply complete the Volunteers Application http://www.gaze.ie/contact/volunteer and email it back to us by July 15th 2015. Any questions, comments or queries please do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline for Applications is the Friday, 15th of July 2016 by 5pm sharp.
To close with a quote from the Grand Dame of Glamazonia!
‘Start Your Engines and may the best (wo)man win’
‘Don’t F*#K It Up!’
Best Student Film
Awarded for Excellence in Student Filmmaking in Ireland and around the Globe. We reward the winner of Best Student Film with a prize voucher worth €1000 from our sponsor **Film Equipment Hire Ireland**
Submissions open until June 30th
Submit NOW at http://www.fingalfilmfest.com