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TG4 Canada-Ireland Co-Development Incentives 2019
23 Jul 2019 : Nathan Griffin
TG4
TG4 is welcoming proposals for audio-visual projects, which the broadcaster can support for the up-coming BAI/CMF Canada-Ireland Co-Development Incentive and the Canada-Northern Ireland Co-Development Incentive.

TG4 hopes to encourage producers to collaborate, co-develop and eventually co-produce creative, original and ambitious projects that have the potential to reach wide international audiences while also enriching and having a national impact on TG4’s primetime schedule.

TG4 is happy to provide letters of support at the application stage for successful projects we feel suit both the eligibility of the schemes and our own programming and audience needs.   Submissions should be made electronically through its e-commissioning portal using a single pdf document for ideas and visuals and a single excel document for development budgets. 

Deadline for submissions to TG4 is Monday 19th of August 2019 at 5 pm. 

Closing date for applications for the BAI/CMF Co-Development Incentive is 19th September 2019 and 22nd October 2019 for the Northern Ireland Screen/CMF Co-Development Incentive.

Click here to see more about the BAI Funding and Development scheme.

Click here to find out more about Northern Ireland Screen’s Canada-Northern Ireland Co-Development Fund.

For further information or queries regarding this TG4 call-out, contact Laura Ní Cheallaigh: Laura.Ni.Cheallaigh@tg4.ie / 01 4763030




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