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WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Advertisement Email RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebook Print TAGSENGINE Short FilmKeeping Limerick PostedlimerickLimerick Post Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live LimerickNewsFinal Call for Submissions for the ENGINE short film schemeBy Meghann Scully – January 25, 2021 63 Twitter Previous articleWeekly Racing News | Billy Lee at the doubleNext article#Watch: Limerick acts among the future stars at Eurosonic Noorderslag festival Meghann Scully Linkedin WhatsApp Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash ENGINE Short Film Scheme THE countdown is on to the deadline for Engine Short Film Scheme, an ambitious new short film scheme for emerging screen talent based in Limerick, Tipperary and Clare.Run by Innovate Limerick through Film in Limerick, Engine Shorts is a partnership between the Local Authorities in Tipperary, Limerick and Clare, and Limerick and Clare Education and Training Board.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The new scheme aims to inspire and support new writers, up-and-coming directors and producers to create inspiring, engaging world-class short films that resonate with a wide international audience.It will also offer the opportunity for emerging local crew to gain real-world experience on funded productions and to receive industry guidance.Shortlisted teams can avail of training to develop their project ideas and up to six teams will be awarded production funding of €12,500 each to produce a short film.To be in with a chance of being selected for this prestigious scheme, all you need to do is submit a ‘Story Outline’ for a 10 minute short film before Friday 29th January.Speaking about the new initiative, Paul C. Ryan, Regional Film manager at Film in Limerick, said, “There has never been a better time for local aspiring filmmakers to step up and break into a career in film & TV.“You don’t need previous experience as a screenwriter to apply for ENGINE Shorts and writers can apply individually and receive support to find a producer and director if shortlisted.“As the biggest short film scheme of its kind in the country, the opportunity is there for the taking and we are excited to work with the next generation of writers, directors and producers in the coming months as they develop and produce six new films in the region.” he said.The six projects will all be filmed in the region, crewed by locally-based talent and offer skills training and career development for all those involved.Visit engineshorts.com to find out more and to apply before Friday 29th January at 12 noon. Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live Donal Ryan names Limerick Ladies Football team for League opener Roisin Upton excited by “hockey talent coming through” in Limerick
The Mont Albert Grange is the largest Porter Davis display home in Australia.Launched in January, the two new-builds in Rochedale’s Arise estate were designed for multi-generational households.Porter Davis Homes Queensland state manager Grant Whinnett said: “Whether it’s children staying home longer or grandparents moving into the family home, intergenerational living is on the rise in Australia.“With over one third of the residents in the Rochedale area being established or older couples with families, we’ve designed these two homes to allow families to come together, while still being able to enjoy their own space. The two floorplans and features are sure to impress.’’ Porter Davis Homes interior designer Koraly Fasone said the house oozed with style, while also conveying a softness in its finishes.“The design perfectly blends classic ornate furniture, soft pastel colours and luxurious fabrics,” Mrs Fasone said.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus10 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market10 hours ago“I think Queensland buyers will be particularly drawn to the large format tiling, as well as the soft grey cabinets and timber accents that brighten the space when exposed to the natural light.” Follow us on Facebook. Inside the Sheraton Grange display home.The Sheraton Grange display home spans an impressive 505sq m, with five bedrooms and five bathrooms.“The East Hamptons facade with Long Island styling elements are sure to be a hit among buyers,” Mrs Fasone said.“Between the iconic American colour palette of white, soft greys and nautical blues and the light stone and contrasting blackened timber accents, this home exudes the feeling of the ultimate beach retreat”. The Mont Albert Grange is the largest Porter Davis display home in Australia, spanning 541sq m featuring a staircase worth around $46,000.The largest and most prestigious display homes in Australia by Porter Davis Homes have opened, taking luxury to a new level.The Mont Albert Grange spans 541sq m and has a staircase worth around $46,000.The home’s striking manor facade gives way to the impressive spiral staircase, with five grand bedrooms all with ensuites and stylish interiors, decorated in Paris World of Style interior theme from the Classic range.Porter Davis Queensland lead interior designer Janelle Miles said the spiral staircase in the Mont Albert Grange was a first for Porter Davis and elevated the entire home’s design. “With dark polished floor boarding and winding banister, this grandiose staircase is breathtaking,” Ms Miles said. “The wide staircase plays into our popular void style, bringing together the lower and upper levels of the home. The underside of the staircase curves seamlessly into the base of the supporting wall, leaving the entryway open and inviting. We are certain that this addition will appeal to even the most discerning interior addicts.”
The 2013-14 high school athletic season is ready to kick off. Some, like golf, get underway on August 2nd. Don’t forget that this year the EIAC will add Connersville and Rushville, so I would assume most of the bugs have been ironed out in the scheduling of all sports. Football and basketball obviously took the most rearranging. Many of those old rivalries may soon be a thing of the past. As class sports become more entrenched, it is getting obvious that schools will schedule more and more their size and larger schools rather than smaller ones. We have already seen this with boys and girls basketball in our area and with the two new EIAC schools, it will only get more pressing to upgrade the schedules. Basketball will be saved somewhat because there will no longer be the round-robin scheduling of conference teams. The schools in danger of dropping from Batesville’s schedule will be JCD, S. Ripley, Hauser, and N. Decatur. I know I do not want to see this happen, but it may be inevitable if more conference switching takes place. It will only happen with these 4 if no other solution is available. Think back a few years and you saw games with Switzerland County, Union County, Rising Sun, and Milan. When so much emphasis is put on the post regular season results, coaches are going to protect their jobs by insisting on tough regular season schedules. No one thinks the above schools can’t play tough basketball, but all are 1A or 2A so the stigma in ratings says they are weaker.