TV3’s work placement scheme at Red Rock

A new work placement scheme by the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland, Screen Training Ireland and TV3’s drama series Red Rock has been created for those who dream of lights, camera and action.

22nd August, 2015
Gareth Philips, Red Rock’s executive producer; Teresa McGrane, deputy chief executive of the Irish Film Board; Jane McGrath, who plays Garda Sharon Cleere on the soap; and Celene Craig, deputy chief executive of the BAI. Picture: Maxwells

The Red Rock Training Scheme will offer a number of placement opportunities on the set of TV3’s drama series as it enters into production of season two.

During the six-week placements, participants will learn about a number of production departments including locations, wardrobe, hair/make-up, art department, continuity, and post production.

An open day event will be held on Saturday, September 19 at the Red Rock production base in Dublin. The event, which...

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