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January 18th 2018 Bursary Information Day for Documentary Filmmakers 
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Screen Training Ireland and Creative Europe Desk Ireland MEDIA are hosting an information day focusing on training opportunities offered by Creative Europe MEDIA for documentary filmmakers which can be accessed through the Screen Training Ireland Bursary scheme.

The event will also give an overall view of the European market and training opportunities and will feature presentations from Sheffield MeetMarket and key European training programmes – Eurodoc, Documentary Campus and IDFAcademy. Paul Pauwels from EDN will give a keynote on the European documentary landscape and will also cover the opportunities that EDN offers the sector.

As an example of a successful documentary which has accessed the opportunities that both Creative Europe MEDIA and Screen Training Ireland offers, a case study of SCHOOL LIFE (IN LOCO PARENTIS) will be presented by director Neasa Ní Chianáin and producer David Rane and will focus on the highs and lows of the development process, the supports received and training programmes they participated in.


January 31st 2018 IFB Screenplay Development 
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February 2nd 2018 IFB 2018 Frameworks Scheme 
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FRAMEWORKS is an initiative for the support of short animation film-making. It is a flagship scheme for the Irish animation sector which has produced global award-winning films to a consistently high standard. Projects selected for funding will combine creative exploration with an ability to appeal to a general audience, however please note this is not a scheme aimed at children. The scheme is co-funded by BSÉ/IFB & RTÉ. Films may be made in English or Irish (if produced in the Irish language subtitling will be necessary for festivals & sales worldwide).


February 6th 2018 Creative Europe Media - Slate Funding Support Scheme 
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February 15th 2018 IFTA Film & Drama Awards 
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February 18th 2018 BAFTA Film Awards 
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February 28th 2018 IFB New Writing Development 
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March 4th 2018 90th Academy Awards 
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March 23rd-24th 2018 Animation Dingle 
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