Write, Produce, Create

Make a Short Film in your School
Below is the poster for ZOMBIES VRS PENSIONERS, a short film that we we made with Templemore College.  It involved the film students and the hair and make up department and anyone who wanted to be an actor or a zombie.  We spent 2 days in pre production, writing the script and teaching the students the make up needed for a zombie film (blood, cuts and gore).  Filming took 3 days and  2 days to edit.  By the end we had covered all aspects of scheduling a film, make up, camera and editing and green screen.
But mainly it was great fun!
We can work with your TY group for one day or 10 days, depending on your budget (we can negotiate on price).
For TY groups we offer:
MAKE A FILM WORKSHOP.  This can be a small or big project, contact us with your idea and budget.   We supply an editing computer and camera, professional microphone and green screen for special effects.  
FILM SCREENINGS  This is a screening of our completed films with intro from the writer/director.  The films have been specially edited for schools to fit into a 2 hour slot with a talk from the Director.  We have 2 feature films which are based on true stories from Irish history and the Director will talk about the film making process and the true story behind the film.
Film Making Workshops   1 day   250 euro, 5 day block 750 euro.
Film Screenings   175 euro with talk from writer/director.
Email abrown@bluesocksentertainment.com
Tel  0892321430
About Alan Brown
Alan is an award winning film maker and has taught film making in many schools. He has a full Police check to work with students.
Order any workshop/screening and receive a free download copy of the short film ‘36 Hours’, with lesson plan, which has been used by schools throughout the UK on drug awareness.   This is a 14 minute short film, selected for the Cannes Film Festival in 2005,  Usual retail price 29 euros.  CLICK HERE for more info.
Great fun and the students felt they could go on and make their own films.   They saw the full film making system.
Well worth it!
C O’Sullivan, Head of Film and TV, Templemore College