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Applications now open for Frameworks Animated Short Film Scheme
28 Jan 2016 : Seán Brosnan
‘Somewhere Down The Line’ is an example of a successful Frameworks project; it won the IFTA for Best Animated Short in 2015
The deadline for the Irish Film Board short animation scheme Frameworks, now in its 21st edition, has been announced. Applications will be accepted until 1pm Friday, 11th March 2016.

Frameworks is an established scheme for the making of animated short films which has been incredibly successful in stimulating ground-breaking new work from Irish animators. Projects selected for funding will combine creative exploration with an ability to appeal to a broad audience.

Recent successes for previous Frameworks projects include ‘A Coat Made Dark’ directed by Jack O’Shea, which has been officially selected for this year’s Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival as well as Sundance, and ‘Unhinged’ directed by Tom Caulfield which won the prize for Best First Animation at the Galway Film Fleadh. Cartoon Saloon’s ‘Somewhere Down The Line’ (pictured above) also won the IFTA Award for Best Animated Short at last year’s IFTA Film & Drama Awards.

Those wishing to apply should first read the updated guidelines here.

The Frameworks scheme is co-funded by the IFB and RTÉ.

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