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TV & Video Production Night Course
Fetac Level 5
Tuesday Nights 7-9pm Coláiste Stiofáin Naofa
Starting September 2008
This practical course provides an introduction to the fascinating field of
TV and Video
Production. Guided by a professional TV Director, students will acquire key
skills including camera use and lighting, sound recording, editing and
production administration. No previous experience in this field is required.
Industry focused, the course will prepare students for a wide range of
careers in Broadcast TV and Video production, including Director, Producer,
Production Manager, Camera Operator, Editor and Script Supervisor. Students
wishing to progress into further education in this subject will benefit from
the significant skills and understanding they will have acquired.
For further details contact CSN on 021 4961020
well, video production are made to mirror lives of many and to make profit at the same time. it’s a passion for some, entertaining and addictive. it’s also a way to express what can’t be directly say. it is so boundless that it can pertain to everybody’s story.
Has anyone done this course, or did anyone hear good stuff about it?
€400 for a whole year seems very reasonable esp when some weekend courses are over half that price.
This course is run by none other that Donagh MacCarthy-Morrogh from Storm light productions. They’re the guys that have been very good in supplying us with great kit over the past year, they produced ATA girl and the website can be found here, just to give you a sense of how accomplished these guys are.
Oh yes, looks good!
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