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Applications now open for second iteration of Bow Street's Actor As Creator initiative
04 Nov 2021 : News Desk
Actors as Creators initiative
Bow Street Academy has announced the return of its popular Actor as Creator initiative in association with Screen Ireland and Equity.

The Actor as Creator is open to experienced screen actors. Actors are asked to submit a proposal based on a concept, script and / or character they have originated. The successful recipient will originate, perform, and produce the short filmic work. 

As a continuation of its measures to support the Irish acting community who have been particularly impacted by Coronavirus (COVID-19), this talent development and showcasing initiative, will showcase the unique creative voices of 30 actors.

Each actor will be allocated a grant of €5,000 towards producing a short filmic work that expresses their creative vision. 

The deadline for receipt of applications is 10:00 am on Tuesday the 23rd of November. 

The commissioned actor must be the key performer. All works created and/or produced by the actor must adhere to all Government guidelines and protocols to ensure compliance with Covid-19 related public health protection measures. 

Originality, distinctiveness, and personal expression are to be the focus rather than production values. A range of skills tutorials/webinars will be delivered online to support the selected actors.  

The guidelines state that an actor may work on the piece alone or with a creative collaborator(s) if they so wish, while adhering to Government guidelines and protocols to ensure compliance with Covid-19 related public health protection measures.  

For more detailed guidelines on the requirements of the initiative and how to make an application, visit the Actor As Creator Funding Guidelines.

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