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The 6th Annual Waterford Film Festival will be held between the 9th -11th of November 2012 at the Greyfriars Art Gallery and is currently open for submissions.
GAZE Dublin International LGBT Film Festival is now accepting submissions for its 2012 festival.
Aspiring and student film-makers across Ireland are invited to lend their support to a new public awareness campaign, Better Together (www.bettertogether.ie), which has been launched to build public support for thousands of charities and community groups
The OFFline Film Festival which takes place in Birr from Thursday, 13th October until Sunday, 16th October have announced a significant increase in prize money for Best Short Film.
The deadline for submissions for this year’s Darklight Film Festival which takes place in The Factory, Barrow Street, Grand Canal Dock, 21 to 23 Oct 2011 is tomorrow Wednesday, 31st August at 5pm.
The OFFline Film Festival which takes place in Birr from Thursday, 13th October until Sunday, 16th October are looking for submissions, deadline is Monday, 26th September.
Call for entries for Hunters Moon Festival which takes place in Carrick-on-Shannon, Co Leitrim from Friday, 28th October to Sunday, 30th October.
Media professionals are now invited to apply for funding under the winter round of the Simon Cumbers Media Fund, an initiative of Irish Aid aimed at increasing public understanding of global development issues.
Pop sensations Jedward are to present a new 10-part RTÉ series, ‘OMG! Jedward’s Dream Factory’, to be broadcast later this year.
The 5th Annual Waterford Film Festival which will be held between the 4th -6th of November 2011 at the Greyfriars Art Gallery is now looking for submissions.
The Dingle Film Festival is delighted to announce ‘Físín’, a call to filmmakers to submit a short film proposal in the Irish language. The competition has a cash prize fund of €5,000 and €1,000 worth of lighting equipment hire sponsored by Cian de Buitléar’s company Teach Solas.
The Kerry Film Festival receive 541 films submissions for the short film competition, with films coming from 38 different countries across the globe.
The onedotzero_adventures in motion festival is seeking submissions in the categories of short film, animation, music videos, installations, interactive works and live audio-visual performances work for their 2009/2010 international touring festival. The festival premier takes place in London 9–13 september 2009, followed by an extensive international tour which starts in Buenos Aires, 25–27 September 2009. [...]
Sweding is the process of making humorous versions of famous films and Sweded TV is a series of short episodes made by teenagers, each sweding a popular TV show instead of a film. Sweded TV are calling for submissions, so to be in with the chance to make and star in episodes of Sweded TV made with a professional TV crew, apply now.
The Directors Finders Series Award presents an Irish director with an opportunity to showcase their film in the state-of-the-art Director’s Guild of America Theatre, Sunset Boulevard, LA, to an audience of American distributors and industry personnel with a view to securing a U.S. distribution deal.
The Scriptapalooza Screenwriting Competition, which was founded in 1998, is now accepting submissions for this year’s competition. Each year dozens of production companies and literary representatives sign on as participants to read Scriptapalooza’s winners, finalists and semifinalists. The final deadline for submissions is 15th April 2009. Tweet
The deadline for the 2009 Imagine Cup has been extended to 1st April. Now in its sixth year, The Imagine Cup is an annual competition aimed at third level students that encourages young people across the globe to apply their imagination, passion and creativity to technological innovations that can make a difference in today’s world. To enter the short film strand of the competition, participants have to submit a three-minute script or storyboard responding to the statement: ‘Imagine a world where technology helps solve the toughest problems facing us today.’
The 21st Galway Film Fleadh will take place from 7–12 July 2009 and has opened its call for submissions. The Fleadh accepts feature films, documentary features and short films. Screening at an earlier film festival will not preclude selection, although priority will be given to European and world premieres.
Film Offaly are looking for unique, original stories by talented new filmmakers, professional and novice alike. The winner will receive: €8,000 towards the cost of their production; a premier in Tullamore Omniplex Cinema; 1-year’s Filmbase membership to the writer, producer and director of the winning film; a 50% discount on production equipment and/or editing facilities from Filmbase for the project; and Filmbase’s production insurance to cover the shoot. The only stipulation is that the filming must take place in Offaly.
The Association for the Development of the Animation Industry of Córdoba is announcing the call for entries for the 5th International Animation Film Festival of Córdoba, Animacor’09, which will be held from 2–7 November. A total of €39,000 will be awarded to prize-winners in the course of the festival. The winners will also receive the [...]
The 6th Mid Ulster Film Festival is due to take place 1–3 May 2009 at The Ulster History Park, Gortin Road, Omagh. The festival is currently open for submissions. Please note that the closing date for entry of all films is 19th March 2009. For entry forms please visit www.midulsterfilmfestival.com Tweet
The IFI Stranger Than Fiction Documentary Festival will run from 18–21 June and the submission deadlines have just been announced. The programmers are looking for submissions of short documentary films (maximum of 15 minutes) in the following categories for possible inclusion in the festival: Short Irish Films and Short International Films. Submissions should be addressed [...]
The 11th edition of Cartoon Movie will take place 4–6 March 2009 in Lyon, France and the closing date for applications is 5th December 2008. CARTOON is an international non-profit association based in Brussels with a remit to support the European animation industry. For the past 20 years, it has received financial support from the [...]