Northern Ireland Screen has launched a number of short film schemes aimed at developing Northern Ireland resident creative talent.
IMRO & the RTÉ Concert Orchestra, with The Contemporary Music Centre & Screen Training Ireland seek filmmakers and composers for Scoring For Film Programme
#Funding: Little Museum of Dublin and Dublin Port announce New Short Film Competition in association with Screen Ireland
The Little Museum of Dublin and Dublin Port have announced a new Irish film prize with a commissioning fee of €20,000 to produce a new short film.
Fís Éireann/Screen Ireland has announced the successful teams for the latest edition of its Short Stories short filmmaking scheme
Galway Film Centre and RTÉ have announced the team of Scriptwriter, Director and Producer for this year’s RTÉ/GFC Short Film Commission.
Film In Cork has announced that after a long and rigorous selection process, The Shift has been selected for the 2018 Short Film Award.
Carbonated Comet Productions and Pio Media have been awarded the Limerick Short Film Bursary for The Hill and Everything Looks Better in the Sunshine
Kildare County Council have announced the winners of the 2018 Short Grass Film commissions. Two awards of €12,500 were made for films to be shot on location in Kildare in the coming months.
Film in Cork has picked its shortlist of finalists for the Film In Cork Short Film Award 2018. From over 90 submissions from filmmakers across Ireland, judges had the tough decision of choosing a shortlist of 16 entries, who will now progress to the next stage of judging.
Bord Scannán na hÉireann/the Irish Film Board (IFB) has announced the successful projects in the latest round of itsFrameworks short film scheme. The successful projects are: A Cat Called Jam, Lady Isabel & the Elf Knight, Nitelink, and Hedy.