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Calling All Animation Filmmakers: Frameworks Short Film Scheme Is Now Accepting Applications
25 Jan 2017 : Laura Brennan
'Second to None' animated short by Caboom received funding under the Frameworks scheme
Bord Scannán na hÉireann/the Irish Film Board (IFB) is now accepting applications for Frameworks; a scheme for the making of animated short films.

Projects selected for funding will combine creative exploration with an ability to appeal to a general audience.

Applications are invited from producer/director/writer teams (where the producer and director is not the same person) with the short films being a maximum duration of 6 minutes.  Films may be made in English or Irish and up to 4 projects will be selected for the scheme.

Submissions will be examined, with consideration given to the treatment, creative notes and the creative team and a shortlist of teams will be invited to attend an interview.

The deadline for applications is 1pm Friday 10 March, 2017.

Submission guidelines and details on how to apply can be found here.

Frameworks is co-funded by Bord Scannán na hÉireann/Irish Film Board & RTÉ.





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