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Events Diary for Sep 1, 2017 Key: Awards Training Festival Deadline Event
September 1st 2017 Deadline - Clones Film Festival 2017 Short Film Competition 
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The festival will run short film competitions in three categories:
1. Best Short Documentary
2. Best Short Fiction/Experimental
3. Best Short Animation
The deadline for short film submissions is Friday 1st September 2017. The maximum length for competition shorts is 30 minutes. Winning shorts will be screened at 'The Francies' awards on closing night, Sunday 29 October 2017.
To submit a short film for competition, you can upload your file (best copy) to your Dropbox account and share it with info@clonesfilmfestival.com. Alternatively you can email a downloadable link from Vimeo; (please note links from YouTube are not accepted).
We will also require the usual production information and a few stills from your short film, together with your submission fee of €20 (cheque, cash, bank draft, postal order), and a signed rights form to:
Clones Film Festival, c/o Ciaran Morgan, 6 Mullanamoy, Clones, Co. Monaghan.
Successful entrants will be notified by Clones Film Festival in late September / early October.


September 1st 2017 Amharc Funding Application Deadline 
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Amharc will provide film-makers with an opportunity to make distinctive, ambitious productions which will enrich BBC and TG4’s main programming schedules and which will also have a cinematic release. All artistic disciplines will be considered. Priority will be given to contemporary subjects but contemporary treatments of historical works will also be considered. Emphasis will be placed on treatments and storytelling that are creative and innovative whilst also having an approach that will entice the largest audience possible.

In the scheme’s first season, the total funding pot will be £150, 000 and it is expected that two projects will be funded. Projects should be 50-70 minutes in duration with a maximum budget of £75,000. However, it is possible that projects with a larger ambition and financial plan may be chosen if they seek funding from other sources. Completed projects must be in Irish or bilingual and in HD with English subtitles.

It is envisaged that projects will launch with a cinematic release before they broadcast on TG4 and BBC in early 2019.

The ILBF will administer the scheme in conjunction with broadcasters BBC and TG4 and the projects should comply with the ILBF and the broadcasters’ priorities and aims. Representatives from the ILBF, TG4 and BBC Northern Ireland will be responsible for selecting the applications.


   


 
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