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BAI Sound and Vision Scheme awards €4.489m
17 Dec 2013 :
The BAI has today, 17th December 2013, announced the outcomes of Round 19 of the Sound and Vision Scheme.
A package of funding recommendations totalling €4.489m was ratified by the Authority at their most recent meeting and will support the production of 88 Radio and 21 TV projects. When completed, the funded projects will be broadcast by a range of community, commercial and public service broadcasters across the country. All of the projects being offered funding will explore the themes of Irish culture, heritage and experience.

Highlights of this round include:

- 287 applications were assessed by the BAI in this round with a requested funding total of €14.9m across 16 different genre/format categories
- A mix of Documentary, Drama, Entertainment and Education programmes are being funded. All qualifying drama and education projects are being supported in this round
- The allocation for television projects is €3.932m and the allocation for radio is €557k
- Programmes in receipt of funding will be broadcast across 50 different channels; 10 television and 40 radio.

Speaking about the announcement, Michael O’Keeffe, Chief Executive of the BAI said “Round 19 of Sound & Vision marked a record in the number of applications received in any round of the Scheme to date. Today’s announcement brings the total funding awarded in 2013 to in excess of €13.35m and the total number of projects supported to 342. As with previous rounds, the number of applications received was far in excess of funding available, and while the BAI was, fortunately, able to allocate funding above that indicatively set for this round, we are also conscious that there were a significant number of quality projects that did not receive funding support. Our approach to the funding rounds in 2014, which was announced in recent weeks, recognises the finite resources available next year and the need for the BAI to adopt its approach accordingly through the provision of two open rounds and one targeted round of the Scheme, focussing on animation and education.”

The BAI will now commence contract negotiations with all successful applicants. A full list of the projects being offered funding is available here.

Some key projects receiving Sound and Vision funding include:
Newgrange pictures - €400,000 for 'My Name is Emily'
Element Pictures - €400,000 ‘A Date For Mad Mary’ for TV3
Mind the Gap Films - €330,000 ‘Holding out for a Hero for RTE2
Parallel Film - €300,000 for 'Brooklyn'
John Kelleher Productions - €275,000 for 'Guaranteed!’ for TV3
Crossing the Line - €133,000 for Junior Wild Trials for RTEjr
Indee Production – €100,000 Bia Linn 2 for TG4

The BAI recently announced the closing dates for applications to Sound & Vision II in 2014. In that regard, New Guidelines for Applicants and an updated Application Form have now been uploaded to the BAI website and to baionline

Please note that all applications to Sound & Vision II – The Broadcasting Funding Scheme are completed online at baionline



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