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December 15th 2017 Deadline: RT… Storyland 2018 
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December 15th 2017 WITís Springboard 'Production Management for Digital Animation' 
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The Higher Diploma in Production Management for Digital Animation is designed for individuals interested in pursuing a career as Production Supervisors/Managers in the animation industry or for existing production managers looking to consolidate their knowledge and qualifications.

The Production Manager's role is to manage and control all aspects of a digital animation production encompassing Creative, Scheduling and Busness areas. This course is structured around the established workflow phases of a typical animated feature. It has been designed following extensive dialog with relevant enterprise partners (eg Cartoon Saloon, Brown Bag Films). As a result, the course clearly targets immediate and identified needs of the Animation Industry.

All modules reflect industry Project Management best practice. Semesters 1 and 2 address the critical production workflow and related project management disciplines. While Semester-3 offers Work Placement and Mentorship in association with Enterprise Partners.


January 4th 2018 BAI Sponsorship Scheme for 2018 
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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 BS…/IFB & RT…. 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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