Young Irish Film Makers are launching their annual screenwriting competition aimed at finding short scripts that will be produced as part of their flagship summer programme, the National Youth Film & Animation School which takes place in August 2020
Breaking Through The Lens is a pitching initiative helping connect female-identifying directors to top ther film investors.
Looking for funding? Want to submit your work to festivals? Keep an eye on upcoming deadlines here.
Screen Ireland has announced the successful applicants for funding for the third quarter of 2019 for fiction, animation, and documentary.
The Bursary is for a short drama film of 10 to 12 minute in duration & is set as a grant and valued at €10,000 for 2019
This co-development will enable up to four projects access development finance from both territories.
Dublin Port and the Little Museum of Dublin have announced a new commissioning project in association with Screen Ireland to give artists and filmmakers a unique platform to showcase their work at the museum in telling the story of Dublin. The winning project will receive €20,000 to produce a new short film, which will be seen by over 100,000 visitors to the Little Museum in 2019. Up to eight minutes long, the “Port…
Aimed at writers from and/or currently based in the WRAP* counties Clare, Donegal, Galway, Mayo, Roscommon, Sligo.
Film Mayo Creative Ireland Residency Award in partnership with Ballina Arts Centre
Funding will be available through the scheme to support one short film with a budget of up to €10,000 funded through Wexford County Council Arts Office.