The Animation End-of-Year Show will take place at the Irish Film Institute (IF) 6 Eustace Street, Dublin 2, on WEDNESDAY 22nd MAY 2013. Screening at 7:00 pm See Flyer. Entrance is free and all are welcome. After the successes of the ISA this year, it promises to be an outstanding show.
The end-of-year show for Fibre Art, Graphics and Illustration will take place between 6pm-8pm on May 14th. The show will be open to the public between 12-6pm on May 14th, 15th and 16th, and will take place Avenue Road Gallery, 30 Avenue Road, Portobello, Dublin 8.
The recent series of music management gigs running in a number of venues in Dublin city centre have come to a close. Above is a shot from the gig by Lorcan James at The Pint, Eden Quay. More images can be viewed.
5 ISA films have been shortlisted for the Signal Arts Centre award, out of a total 10 films nominated. The winning film will be broadcast on the TV station 3E and there are prizes for the top 3 films. The shortlisted ISA films are Phoenix Medium Rare, Hell or High Water, Summit Fever, Private Investigations, and Flippin the Bird.
TheJournal.ie editor Susan Daly is coming to BCFE on Wednesday April 24th to talk about her career in journalism to date, changes in the Irish media landscape and freelance opportunities for journalism graduates.
Former day news editor with the Irish Daily Star, she worked in newspaper journalism for 14 years. She has written extensively for the Irish Independent and other national publications and is also a frequent contributor to radio and television programmes. She's been editor of TheJournal.ie since May 2011.
She'll be talking to journalism students in Room 102 in the New Media Building at 11am, followed by a Q&A. All are welcome.
For more pics see Higher National Diploma In Music Management Students' Work.
Wishing all BCFE students nominated in the SMEDIA Awards the best of luck tonight. Second year print journalism student Simon Walsh and first year film student Ross O’Neill have both been nominated for the much-coveted Blog of The Year while first year television student Stuart Duff is up for the best TV Production.
Karina Mahon, Simon Walsh, Lisa Haskins and Barry Ryan from the BCFE Bulletin have been nominated for Small College Publication while Jekaterina Saveljeva and Victoria Ivaylova are up for the Layout and Design category.
BCFE is guaranteed to win the short animation award as all four nominees are from BCFE. Other BCFE students shortlisted include: Byron Callaghan and Stephen McDonagh for Best Radio Documentary; John Curran and Sarah Lafferty for Film Script of the Year; and Thomas Reynolds for Best Short Film. Congratulations to one and all for making it this far.
ITC students (Television and Digital Film) will be exhibiting their work in the Anna Brett Hall on Monday the 15th of April between 6pm and 8pm. Entry is free.
BCFE radio students will be going live with D10 FM between 22nd and 26th of April on 107.8 FM. There will also be a website can be viewed which includes a livestream, photos and schedules.
This Thursday, as part of the launch of the HND in Contemporary Music Performance's (Rock School) 'Remember Me' compilation (released on the School's Dig Records imprint) , there will be a gig in the BCFE canteen at 12pm, featuring members of the Hot Spockets and special guests.
Final Smedia nominations have been announced for 'Animation of the Year'. All four nominations are from BCFE. For more details visit the Oxygen site.
We are now taking applications for our second round of interviews to be held on May 1st and 2nd. There will only be interviews for those courses where places are available.