Northern Ireland Screen has launched two funding schemes to support the production of short films. The funding for both schemes is provided in partnership with the BFI Network.
#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.
Limerick City and County council announce that they are going to fund two short films in Limerick County to the tune of €8,000 each, through a competitive call out.
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.
January Hymn continues its festival run when it screens at the Still Voices Short Film Festival in Ballymahon in Longford, from August 18th to 20th.
Aer Lingus has partnered with Bord Scannán na hÉireann / the Irish Film Board to launch a new Irish Filmmaker Competition for short films.
One of the most popular events in the Irish film calendar, the IFI Horrorthon, returns for its 20th season from October 26th to 30th. Short film submissions are now being accepted via FestHome.
Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council Arts Office launch a new short film funding initiative, dlr First Frames.
Lee Cronin's excellent short horror Ghost Train has been selected as one of nine stories in the first release of the Little Terrors anthology Minutes Past Midnight.
On Monday March 14th, the Irish Film Institute will premiere seven of the short films commissioned for Splanc! 2016.