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July 28th-30th 2017 Short Film Festival of Ireland 
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The short film festival of Ireland welcomes short films from all over the world in all genres and types. We're filmmakers and we love sharing, seeing and finding new short films that tell great stories, no matter what the format. We believe in short films and that the future of narrative content in particular is heading towards much shorter content. With that in mind we wanted to create a festival that will bring the very best of short films from all over the world to Ireland. Our festival will take place in Wexford, Ireland and screenings will be hosted in 100 seat theater with HD projection and 5.1 surround sound.

August 18th-20th 2017 The Still Voices Short Film Festival 
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First established in 2014 as a showcase for local filmmakers, Still Voices has developed over the years with the aim of encouraging and supporting young filmmaking talent across the midlands and Ireland. The Still Voices Short Film Festival offers the perfect opportunity for both filmmakers and film lovers to come together, share ideas, develop relationships and enjoy the work of some of the best up-and-coming Irish and International talent out there today. Located along the river Inny in the heart of the midlands, the town of Ballymahon provides the ideal setting for our budding short film festival.

August 31st - September 3rd 2017 8th Underground Cinema Film Festival 
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Our festival takes place in the magnificent Royal Marine Hotel, Dun Laoghaire, Co Dublin in Ireland from August 31st to September 3rd. Over the four days of the festival we will screen over 100 independently produced films from all over the world and we will once again host a number of free filmmakers workshops from industry experts.

August 31st 2017 TV3 Group New Drama Initiative - Call For Submissions 
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TV3 Group announces a New Drama Initiative and call out for submissions to transmit in 2018. We are currently seeking development scripts and content proposals for 6 x 60’ drama projects in a new slot opportunity post 9pm. This is an invitation to explore contemporary themes, new and exciting visual styles and narrative which appeal to a broad populist audience. This is also an excellent opportunity to mix both established and new creative production techniques and cast, with the aim of attaching both new upcoming talent and more prominent internationally recognisable faces. The Virgin Media Group will also act as co-commission partner as part of their UK and Ireland VOD service. Whilst the drama may be set in contemporary Ireland, the overall style and production value must have international appeal and combine narrative and editorial of interest to this wider audience, whilst remaining true to TV3 Group objectives. The budget expectation for this drama series is 3 million euro, it is expected that some of this will be made up of local funding or grant initiatives. Companies submitting should demonstrate a successful track record in raising such funds and managing multiple stake holders.

September 1st 2017 Deadline - Clones Film Festival 2017 Short Film Competition 
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The festival will run short film competitions in three categories:
1. Best Short Documentary
2. Best Short Fiction/Experimental
3. Best Short Animation
The deadline for short film submissions is Friday 1st September 2017. The maximum length for competition shorts is 30 minutes. Winning shorts will be screened at 'The Francies' awards on closing night, Sunday 29 October 2017.
To submit a short film for competition, you can upload your file (best copy) to your Dropbox account and share it with info@clonesfilmfestival.com. Alternatively you can email a downloadable link from Vimeo; (please note links from YouTube are not accepted).
We will also require the usual production information and a few stills from your short film, together with your submission fee of €20 (cheque, cash, bank draft, postal order), and a signed rights form to:
Clones Film Festival, c/o Ciaran Morgan, 6 Mullanamoy, Clones, Co. Monaghan.
Successful entrants will be notified by Clones Film Festival in late September / early October.


September 4th-8th 2017 Filmmaking Essentials: 5 Days, 5 Skills 
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Taught by various tutors from different disciplines, the course will cover Screenwriting, Producing, Directing, Camera and Editing. Made up of introductory lessons and practical exercises, it is a perfect introduction to the world of filmmaking. This course is perfect for beginners, or anyone new to filmmaking who would like to get an overall view of the process. Taught by various tutors from different disciplines, the course will cover Screenwriting, Producing, Directing, Camera and Editing. Made up of introductory lessons and practical exercises, it is a perfect introduction to the world of Filmmaking.

September 15th, 2017 Late Submission Deadline: Dub Web Fest 
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Dub Web Fest is a celebration of the storytelling power of the Internet through original web series. Established by French Filmmaker and Web Series Creator, Mikael Thiery and Videography Ireland Director, Erol Mustafov, The Dublin Web Fest (Dub Web Fest) unites digital media and tech worlds. We showcase screenings, host Youtube panels and welcome TV and Film production professionals to Dublin’s Filmbase over the course of three days. Dub Web Fest is showing that Ireland can be a web series and digital content hub for amazing talent to flourish.

September 21st-23rd 2017 Kinsale Shark Music Video Awards 
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Every September, in a small fishing town called Kinsale in West Cork, Ireland, creative people from all over the world (writers, directors, producers, muso’s, designers, photographers, editors, animators etc.) assemble hoping to receive an award for their creative endeavours. The awards are called ‘Kinsale Sharks’ and they look just like the one above. The festival is unlike any other creative festival, partly because of the location (some of the best pubs, restaurants and views in the world) but also because of ‘the vibe’ – creative, alternative and cool. Kinsale is that kind of place and that kind of festival – somewhere you can meet like minds, be stimulated and come away creatively charged.

September 22nd-24th Disappear Here Film Festival 
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The Disappear Here Film Festival is a first of its kind in Donegal, Ireland. The inaugural DHFF is a 3 day festival taking place in Ballyliffin, Co Donegal from (Culture Night) Friday 22nd September 2017.

October 1st 2017 Final Deadline - ADIFF 2018 
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The Audi Dublin International Film Festival

October 6th-8th, 2017 Dublin International Short Film and Music Festival 2017 
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We are an independent festival dedicated to bring together established musicians and filmmakers in a forum to celebrate the short films.

October 8th-15th 2017 IndieCork Film Festival 2017 
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IndieCork is Ireland's premiere festival of international independent film, in particular short films; however we also screen features and documentaries. We welcome drama, narrative, animation, experimental, music / dance / poetry film, and everything in between!

October 11th-15th 2017 OFFLine Film Festival 2017 
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OFFline Film Festival is an exciting event for film lovers and makers alike. Irish and international films are screened in an array of quirky venues around the town to enthusiastic audiences. Every year we accept short films from all over the world to be entered into our short film competition. Prizes include Best Irish Short which wins a guaranteed distribution deal to over 80 official film clubs across Ireland; Best International Short and the Audience Award.

October 19th-22nd 2017 2017 Kerry Film Festival 
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Kerry Film Festival (KFF) is an internationally recognised short film festival which takes place in Killarney, Co. Kerry from 19th - 22nd October 2017. KFF is renowned for celebrating the work of young filmmaking talent through a well established and lively short film competition that has been supported and endorsed by luminaries from the world of film such as Cillian Murphy, director Paul Greengrass, Jeremy Irons, Liam Neeson, and Gabriel Byrne. Over the past 17 years KFF has become a vital element of Kerry’s cultural landscape offering a unique film experience to the local community as well as creating a ‘must attend’ cultural tourism event for visitors to the county.

October 26th-29th 2017 Clones Film Festival 2017 
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Clones Film Festival - Ireland’s Biggest Little Film Festival - will once again offer an action-packed programme featuring new Irish & international cinema releases, interviews, documentaries, short film competitions, children’s films and live music festival club this October bank holiday weekend (Thurs 26 – Sun 29 October 2017). This is the 16th year of CFF.

October 31st 2017 Final Submission Deadline: Wexford Film Festival 
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Now entering our 2nd year, the Wexford Film Festival invites submissions from filmmakers all over the world and in every genre. We're all about story and visual storytelling, our festival will select the films that tell the best stories and connect with the audience the best.

November 3rd-5th 2017 Yellow Fever Indie Film Festival 2017 
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Inspired by the superb Freak Show Film Festival in Orlando, Florida - where Yellow Fever Productions very own Battle Of The Bone won the Audience Choice Award in 2008, The Last Light won Best Actor in 2011, and Splash Area won Best SFX & Jury's Choice in 2012 - the YFIFF was set up in 2009 by company director and indie film maker, George Clarke (Battle Of The Bone; The Knackery; The Last Light; Chaplins Time Traveller & Splash Area).

November 17th-19th 2017 Dub Web Fest 2017 
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DubWebFest is a celebration of the storytelling power of the Internet. Uniting digital media and tech worlds, the festival provides a platform for original web series and digital content, as TV and Film production professionals gather in Dublin for this unique annual event.

November 17th-19th 2017 DubWebFest 
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DubWebFest is a celebration of the storytelling power of the Internet. Uniting digital media and tech worlds, the festival provides a platform for original web series and short form digital content, as TV and Film production professionals gather in Dublin for this unique annual event. Part of a worldwide network of festivals, DubWebFest is an opportunity for web series and digital content makers to unite for three days to celebrate online storytelling. The festival provides digital storymakers with a unique opportunity to showcase and partake in original screenings, workshops from leading industry professionals and more, as an international audience of digital movers and shakers unite for this unique occasion. Submit your work under one of DubWebFest’s categories from script writing to web series and short films. Join us in Dublin in November to celebrate and acknowledge excellent digital content and web series, as we connect industry and audience in a celebration of the digital story.

December 1st-3rd Wexford Film Festival 
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Now entering our 2nd year, the Wexford Film Festival invites submissions from filmmakers all over the world and in every genre. We're all about story and visual storytelling, our festival will select the films that tell the best stories and connect with the audience the best.

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