#Training: Screen Training Ireland seek female director for a Shadow Directing opportunity on Wildfire
Screen Training IrelandScreen Skills Ireland is the national training and development resource specifically created for Ireland’s film and television industry. More is seeking applications from female directors interested in a shadow directing opportunity on upcoming film production Wildfire.
Due to the nature of production, the opportunity will have a fluid form but the overall objective will be to provide participants with exposure and experience on a feature film set, and ultimately to help increase the number of future productions directed by female talent.
This is not a training scheme and the shadowing opportunity is not open to entry-level talent. The focus is on career advancement. There is a modest stipend provided and the duration of the shoot is 6 weeks, starting Monday the 22nd of October with an opportunity to observe some of the pre-production and post-production processes.
Week 1 – Downpatrick area NI
Week 2 – Week 5 – Dundalk area
Week 6 – Donegal area
It is not a requirement to attend all weeks but the successful candidate must be able to attend a minimum of four of the shoot weeks.
Candidates must be female, and have directed at least one short film that has had an award-qualifying festival premiere, or TV broadcast
Candidates must have a director, assistant director, or DOP credit on at least two short films, and/or one feature film
Candidates must able to provide a link to an up to date showreel and provide a current director CV
Candidates are expected to be self-starters, with a positive attitude, who have on-set experience and who recognise this role is to assist and shadow the director
Candidates must have a current, clean driving licence and their own car.
To apply email firstname.lastname@example.org by 10:00 am Wednesday the 10th of October. Please supply a current CV, a link to a show reel, and a short description of why this shadow directing opportunity might be beneficial in advancing your directing career. Candidates who do not meet the essential requirements will not be considered.