Film In Cork has announced that after a long and rigorous selection process, The Shift has been selected for the 2018 Short Film Award.
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.
#Funding: Closing date for applications for Film In Cork’s 2018 Short Film Award is Friday, April 6th
The closing date for script applications for Film In Cork's 2018 Short Script Award is 5pm, this coming Friday, April 6th. The award will be given to one successful project which will receive €8,000 towards the cost of production of the film.
Film In Cork, through the support of the Arts Offices of Cork City and County Councils, and in association with the Tomar Trust, has announced the launch of the 2018 Short Film Award. This funding initiative aims to support creative and resourceful filmmaking in the Cork region.
Scannain caught up with the Cork filmmaking duo of Ken Williams and Denis Fitzpatrick to chat to them about their latest short film, Gustav.
Film In Cork has announced the winner for the €8,000 Short Script Award 2017, Earthly Bonds, written and to be directed by Alan Dunne, and to be produced by Eamonn Tutty for Reckoner Productions.
Film In Cork, supported by the Arts Offices of Cork City and County Councils has announced their shortlist of six scripts for its 2017 Short Script Award.
Film In Cork has announced the launch of the 2017 Short Script Award, which aims to foster creative and resourceful filmmaking in the Cork region.