The deadline is nearing for applications for the 30th I.P.F. National AV Championship which take place this October! Applications are due by September 14th and full details are below …
All Ireland! This year we are having our 1st All Ireland Audio Visual Competition. All sequences entered into AV2012 are eligible to be included in the All Ireland section and unless you state so on your entry form, they will be considered by the judges. You are also invited to enter the All Ireland section with a sequence you have entered in previous AV Championships and we hope you will do so and have yours judged along with those of our fellow AV workers north of the border! So, come, participate and see other AV workers’ sequences! Attached also are your invitation, entry form, maps, rules and identification sheet.
As with every IPF national event, much planning and preparation is undertaken. We would urge you to attend if you are submitting sequences as then you will see the standard and hear the judges’ advice. We have very eminent judges, Marion Waine, ARPS, DPAGB, AV-AFIAP & John Rowell, ARPS, DPAGB, AV-AFIAPcoming from Wales. You will have the opportunity of seeing some of their prize winning sequences over the weekend and their approach to AV. Even if you have not entered, this is a great chance to see the work of the entrants and learn from the tips and advice given by our judges. We look forward to seeing you and your sequences and if you have never been before – we look forward to welcoming you.
Āras Chrónáin is the venue once again and we look forward to returning. They look forward to welcoming us – www.araschronain.com Maps – separate. There will be an evening meal on the Saturday night and light lunches will be available on both days. Some of the hotels nearby are:-
Bewley’s Hotel, Boot Road, Newlands Cross, Clondalkin. www.bewleyshotel.com Ibis Hotel Dublin West, Monastery Road, Clondalkin. www.ibisdublinwest.eurobookings.com Green Isle Conference, Leisure & Spa Hotel, off Boot Road, Clondalkin. www.greenislehotel.com The Louis Fitzgerald Hotel, Clondalkin. www.louisfitzgeraldhotel.com
Subscriptions. If I have not received your membership of €15.00 (made payable to the IPF AV Group) – in other words, you do NOT have a current licence, please forward this to me so that I can send you your membership card. We don’t want to lose you! Remember that in order to show your sequences for non-profit making purposes and enter the IPF and other AV competitions, you must have a current copyright performance licence. The IPF AV Group holds an annual group licence.
Andorra Trophy: This trophy, awarded for a club AV, was won last year after an absence of years. We encourage you to consider putting in an entry – it requires a minimum of five club/society members – they don’t all need to take the photographs – but could be involved in the soundtrack, recording, editing, choosing of music etc.
Distinctions. Should you wish to apply for your distinctions with the Irish Photographic Federation over the National Championships’ weekend, you need to have your application form, fee etc., in by 14th September to the National Distinctions Secretary, Bob Morrison (Bob can be contacted via our ‘Contact Page’ by choosing ‘Distinctions’ from the contact options) For an L.I.P.F., you need no less than 8 minutes of sequences, for an A.I.P.F., you need no less than 12 minutes of sequences and for an F.I.P.F., you need no less than 20 minutes of sequences. These can be made up of a number of sequences or one in the case of an L.I.P.F. For an A.I.P.F., and an F.I.P.F., you also need a 150 word submission.
Conference. Due to lack of numbers, this has had to be cancelled. It is hoped to have some time over the AV weekend to discuss some of the matters arising from the questionnaire over a general meeting.
SA v IPF. Discussions are ongoing with regard to holding an inter republic “battle” of AV sequences between South Africa and Ireland.
RPS International AV Festival. Should you wish to enter or attend this event in Cirencester, England, the closing date for sequences is 28th July and for accommodation 25th August. The festival is from 14th – 16th September. Further details from www.rpsinternational.org.uk
Lilian Webb, A.I.P.F., (Hon. Secretary/Hon. Treasurer), 66 Roseville, Naas, Co. Kildare. 045-866160.
(on behalf of the IPF AV Group Committee – Margaret Finlay, L.I.P.F., Alan Lyons, A.I.P.F., Marie McGuinness, Brendan O’Sullivan, A.I.P.F., and Rita Nolan, L.I.P.F.)
——————————————————————————————————————————- 30th IRISH NATIONAL AUDIO-VISUAL CHAMPIONSHIPS 2012
& 1st ALL IRELAND AUDIO VISUAL COMPETITION
THE IRISH PHOTOGRAPHIC FEDERATION AUDI0-VISUAL GROUP
EAST LEINSTER AUDIO VISUAL GROUP
on Saturday, 20th & Sunday, 21st October, 2012.
Venue: Āras Chrónáin Ionad Cultúrtha, Watery Lane, Clondalkin, Dublin 22.
ENTRY FORM: ONLY ONE ENTRY PER FORM (Photocopies accepted)
PLEASE READ THE RULES BEFORE FILLING IN THE ENTRY FORM
The ENTRANT is the first named author for the sequence.
ENTRANT Surname: _____________________________________________________________________________
First Name: ____________________________________ Distinctions: ______________________________
Telephone No: __________________________ e-mail: ___________________________________________
Sequence Title: ______________________________________________________________________________________
Digital Programme used: (Pic to Exe, GlobFX, Other) _________________________________________________
File on CD: (Exe, GlobFX Player) (Name of Show for Technical Team) _________________________________________
(e.g. name of show is Happy Days. File on CD is Happy Days.exe)
Category: (Novice/ Intermediate/ Advanced/ Club/All Ireland ) ___________________________________________ See Rules.
Other Authors Name(s): _______________________________________________________________________________
Entrant’s Club: ______________________________________________________________________________________
Have you entered these championships before? YES/NO Permission to archive. YES/NO.
I have read and agree to abide by the rules and conditions of entry of the I.P.F. National Audio Visual Championships. I will/will not be attending the Championships on 20th and 21st October, 2012.
An entry fee of €10.00 is payable for this entry. Cheques made payable to “The I.P.F. National Treasurer”.
Signed: ______________________________________________ Date: ______________________
THIS ENTRY FORM and ENTRY FEE MUST BE SENT TO: The AV Group Secretary, Lilian Webb, A.I.P.F., 66 Roseville, Naas, Co. Kildare. (Tel: 045-866160) to arrive not later than Friday, 14th September, 2012.
YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO TAKE PART, AS A COMPETITOR OR SPECTATOR IN THE
30th IRISH NATIONAL AUDIO-VISUAL CHAMPIONSHIPS 2012
1st ALL IRELAND AUDIO VISUAL COMPETITION
ORGANISED BY THE IRISH PHOTOGRAPHIC FEDERATION AUDI0-VISUAL GROUP
HOSTED BY EAST LEINSTER AUDIO VISUAL GROUP
on Saturday, 20th & Sunday, 21st OCTOBER, 2012.
Venue: Āras Chrónáin Ionad Cultúrtha, Watery Lane, Clondalkin, Dublin 22.
NOTE: All sequences in the 2012 championships must NOT have been entered in previous I.P.F. AV National Championships. Sequences that have already been entered previously may be submitted in the All Ireland Competition. All 2012 sequences will automatically be entered in the All Ireland competition, unless specified otherwise. The Author may enter in a category of his/her choice, providing they meet the requirements (see rules). All national entries will be judged and commented on.
Judges: The Championship judges are Marion Waine, ARPS, DPAGB, AV-AFIAP and John Rowell, ARPS, DPAGB, AV-AFIAP. They are well known in England and Wales, as award winning sequence makers, workshop lecturers and judges. This will be their first time to judge the IPF AV championships. We look forward to welcoming them, to seeing some of their sequences and hearing their comments.
The closing date for entries is Friday, 14th September, 2012.All entry forms and entry fees should be sent to AV Group Secretary, Lilian Webb, A.I.P.F., 66 Roseville, Naas, Co. Kildare (045-866160).
The closing date for reception of Sequences is Friday,21st September, 2012. All Identification sheets and sequences should be sent to Alan Lyons, A.I.P.F., Technical Team, 32 Oatfield Avenue, Clondalkin, Dublin 22. (01-6263658) e-mail: email@example.comNo sequences can be accepted after this date.
A Provisional timetable for the event is set out below: There may be judging for Distinctions over the weekend.
Saturday, 20th October, 2012. Sunday, 21st October, 2012.
10.00 a.m. Doors open 10.00 a.m. Doors open
10.30 a.m. Start. 1st session 10.30 a.m. Start. 3rd session.
2.00 p.m. 2nd session 2.00 p.m. 4th session.
5.00 p.m. Close of 2nd session. Showing of prize-winning sequences
7.30 p.m. Dinner Raffle. Presentation of awards.
5.00 p.m. Close of National Championships.
Admission charge – to include tea/coffee
Spectator: One session €8.00 One day: €12.00 Weekend: €20.00.
IRISH PHOTOGRAPHIC FEDERATION AUDIO VISUAL GROUP
IDENTIFICATION SHEET – FICHE d’IDENTIFICATION
AUTHOR(S) – AUTEUR(S) – AUTOR(EN)
|First Name, SURNAME|
Country; Pays; Land;Phone:Email:Section:
SEQUENCE – DIAPORAMA – DIGITAL AV NUMERIQUE
Titel Year of Production:
Année de Realisation:
Jahr der Fertigstellung:Time: Min Sec
EXE: Others: Autres: Auderen:Filename on CD
Nom du fichier sur CD:
Dateiname auf CD:
Musikstücke Record Refs:
Réf des Disques:
Author/s of texts
Auteur/s des Textes
Text – Autor(en) Spoken by:
Sprecher:Author/s of pictures
Auteur/s des images
MEDIUM – SUPPORT – DATENTRAGER
Par voie électronique
CDOn CD and cover: Title, duration, data authors, encoding.
Sur CD et jaquette: Titre, durée, coordonnées auteurs, encodage
Auf CD und Umschlag: Titel, Dauer, Adresse Autor, Dateiformat
SUMMARY – RĖSUMĖ – ZUSAMMENFASSUNG
I have read and agree to abide by the rules.
Je reconnais avoir pris connaissance du Réglement.
Ich habe die Ausschreibung zur Kenntnis genommen und erkenne.
Post with entry to: Alan Lyons, AIPF, HonAPSI., 32 Oatfield Avenue, Clondalkin, Dublin 22, or email as attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, 21st September, 2012.
IRISH PHOTOGRAPHIC FEDERATION DIGITAL AUDIO VISUAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS RULES & CONDITIONS of ENTRY. Updated, July, 2012.
The Competition: The Championships are open to all members of the IPF Audio-Visual Group (including members of the AV Group Committee) who wish to submit Sequences.
Novice: Beginners section. There is an award for the Best First Time Entrant.
Intermediate: Authors advancing from the Novice Section and holders of an L.I.P.F., in AV.
Advanced: Authors advancing from Intermediate or Authors holding an I.P.F., (above L.I.P.F.) or equivalent AV
Distinction, or have won Best Overall Trophy, or 1st prize in an AV competition.
Club: The Andorra Trophy is awarded to the winner of this category, which involves a minimum of 5 members
from a club/society.
All Ireland: Sequences shown in previous championships.
Duration: No sequence may exceed twelve-minutes duration.
Authorship: For all sequences it is expected that the sequence production will be the original work of the entrant(s), (author(s)) and collaborators. “Collaborators need not be Club members, nor affiliated to the I.P.F.”
Copyright & Responsibility: Entrants using copyright material must obtain the necessary licence or permission. Submission of an entry implies the granting of permission for the sequence to be shown in public. Entrants must have a Copyright Performance Licence. Paid up members of the IPF AV Group are included in a group licence and hold an IPF AV Group Copyright performance licence. The Mechanical-Copyright Protection Society Ireland Ltd., (MCPS) Licence, grants permission to use music and sound only. In accordance wit the established music and image copyright regulations, sequences presented at the Championships should be free of all rights of ownership, artistic or otherwise, which others may hold. By participating in the Championships author/s of AV sequences indemnify the organisers against all and any action that may be taken against them by owners of copyrights. The organisers will accept no responsibility in the case of dispute or litigation. All care will be taken in the handling of sequences, but the organisers cannot accept responsibility for loss, theft or damage.
Judging: One or more qualified person(s) will judge The I.P.F. AV National Championships. They should be well known in Audio-Visual or a similar media. All entries will be shown at the National Championships. Judge(s) are not permitted to be entrants and his/her/their decision/s (regarding the results of the competition) are final. Audience Vote: The audience can vote for their preferred best sequence. This is independent of the official judging.
Technical Requirements: A digital projector, computer (Windows Operating System platform) and sound system will be provided. Entries may be submitted by Internet media transfer* or by CD/DVD. All submitted entries shall be self-executable files (exe) named with the Sequences title^. The sequence must run with no additional software requirements. All entries should contain a folder for each slideshow clearly labelled and also include a copy of the entry/identification form. All CD/DVD’s should be indelibly labelled. The sequence should be programmed with no ‘run box’, and to return to the desktop at the end. All sequences will be copied to the Hard Drive for projection at the National Championships. No music credits are to appear on the screen. Authors’ names must not appear on sequences. Logos must not appear. Sequences should be full screen. Copied material (sequences) will be archived following the Festival and the CD returned, unless other arrangements have been made with the author. Those not wishing to have their work archived, may apply an expiry date to the file sent or tick the box on entry form re permission to archive. Author/s permission will be sought for any showing of archival material for use of promoting AV. The right to grant or refuse permission for showing rests with the named Author.
Entry Form and Fees: Every sequence submitted requires a separate Entry Form, forms should be sent to The AV Secretary, Lilian Webb, A.I.P.F., 66 Roseville, Naas, Co. Kildare together with sequence entry fee to arrive not later than 14th September 2012. Cheques made payable to the ‘I.P.F. National Treasurer’.
Sequence material/Identification Forms: Sequence material and Identification Sheets, must be sent to Alan Lyons, A.I.P.F., 32 Oatfield Avenue, Clondalkin, Dublin 22 to arrive not later than 21st September, 2012.
Return of Entries: Preferably all entries should be collected from the organisers at the end of the Championships. Please enclose return postage if sequences to be returned.
Distinctions: Sequences being entered for a distinctions application may notbe entered in the Nationals of the same year. All the above rules re technical requirements also apply. Members of the committee, who are distinction holders, are available for mentoring before applications are made.
Conditions of Entry: Except where provided in these rules the decision of the organisers shall be final and binding. Submission of an entry implies that the entrant has read and accepted the foregoing in all respects.
* Such as Mediafire, Yousendit, etc. ^ i.e., “My Show” will be delivered as My Show.exe NOT Project 1.exe
Maps as follows:
IPF-AV MAP M50 ROUTE
IPF-AV MAP N7-ROUTE