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NI Screen's Irish Language Broadcast Fund announces 2020 funding decisions
22 Apr 2020 : News Desk
Irish Language Broadcast Fund
A total of 16 projects have received funding from the 2020 Irish Language Broadcast Fund (ILBF), which has been awarded across a wide genre of TV and online content.

The aims of the ILBF are to promote the production and broadcast of quality Irish language content for an audience in Northern Ireland and beyond and to help grow the Irish language production sector in Northern Ireland. Some of the funded projects in the first funding round of 2020 include:

TV Presenter and Swap Shop organiser, Caoimhe Ní Chathail is on a mission to get people thinking differently about shopping habits in Swap Shop, a factual entertainment series from Waddell Media.

Máirseáileacha Míliteacha, a documentary by Dearcán Media will excavate the surprise collection of British military tunes in the Bunting collection in Belfast. Dearcán Media has also received funding for Ciorcóg Cómhrá a documentary that will look at what is needed to protect the Irish bee population for the environment and for people’s collective future.

Below the Radar’s lively magazine show for BBC NI, I Lár an Aonaigh returns for its 9th series as does Meon Eile, Below The Radar’s online platform. The company was also awarded funding for an international co-production with Cwmni Da in Wales, Mac TV in Scotland, and Korea’s JTV. Báisteach (Rain Stories) will look at how this precious resource continues to shape lives in Ireland and across the world.

In Pet Nation, a factual entertainment series by Big Mountain Productions, the wonderful world of pets is celebrated, bringing animals and owners from around Ireland to meet a resident team of experts in a specially created Pet Hub that is part showcase arena, part clinic.

Daisy & Ollie, a pre-school series encouraging young children to be curious and encourage the world around them, will be produced by Zoogon Media for TG4.

Former Taoiseach, Enda Kenny, will go on a journey discovering the lost railway routes of Ireland while meeting local characters, historians, and maybe a few celebrities along the way in Ireland’s Lost Railways which will be produced by Sonas Productions.

Crawford McCann’s Beidh Aonach Amárach returns for a third series and will go into the heart of rural communities where we will meet more people going for glory at Ireland’s country shows and fairs.

Aoife Ní Chaiside considers how the sport of camogie is flourishing and how an organisation established to protest exclusion by the GAA continues to thrive in Fiabhras na Fuinseoige, a production by DoubleBand Films.

All around the country over the past 10 years a new trend is taking hold – Men’s Sheds. It is not always clear what happens behind the doors of these groups, but the new series Ar Scath a Chéile from Macha Media will shine a light on what they get up to by following engaging characters with compelling stories as they work with their comrades to reach their goals.

Sruth will unearth the most exciting new musical talents currently breaking boundaries in traditional music in Ireland and Scotland and will be produced by Táin Media & Scotland’s Bees Nees.

Rua Media was awarded funding to produce a short-form series focusing on mental health for NÓS.ie.

 


Is mian leis an Chiste Craoltóireachta Gaeilge (CCG), Scáileán Thuaisceart Éireann a chinntí maoinithe is déanaí do 2020 a fhógairt. Bronnadh maoiniú ar 16 tionscadal ar fad ina bhfuil éagsúlacht bhreá seánraí teilifíse agus ábhar ar líne.

Is é a chuireann an CCG roimhe, maoiniú a chur ar fáil le hábhar Gaeilge ar ardchaighdeán a léiriú agus a chraoladh do lucht féachana i dTuaisceart na hÉireann agus níos faide i gcéin agus lena chinntiú go gcuirfear fás faoin earnáil léiriúcháin Ghaeilge i dTuaisceart na hÉireann.

Swap Shop, sraith siamsaíochta fhíorasach ó Waddell Media beidh Caoimhe Ní Chathail, láiritheoir teilifíse agus eagraí siopaí malartacha, ar misean muid a chur ag smaoineamh faoin ár nósanna siopadóireachta.

Bronnadh maoiniú ar Dearcán Media chun clár faisnéise Máirseáileacha Míliteacha a léiriú faoin bhailiúchán iontais de fhoinn míleata na Breataine i mbailiúchán Bunting i mBéal Feirste. Tá maoiniú faighte ag Dearcán Media fosta fá choinne Ciorcóg Cómhrá, clár faisnéise faoin speiceas dúchasach Éireannach beiche, an dóigh go bhfuil na beachóga ag dul in éag ar fud na cruinne agus an tionchar atá aige sin ar an chine daonna.

Fillfidh an t-irischlár bríomhar de chuid Below the Radar do BBC TÉ, I Lár an Aonaigh don naoú sraith agus tá an t-ardán ar líne Meon Eile ar ais don naoú huair chomh maith. Tá maoiniú faighte ag Below the Radar i gcomhair comhléiriú idirnáisiúnta le Cwmni Da sa Bhreatain Bheag, Mac TV san Albain agus JTV sa Chóiré fá choinne Báisteach, sraith a amharcfaidh ar an achmhainn luachmhar seo agus an tionchar atá aici ar shaol s’againn  anseo in Éirinn agus fud fad na cruinne.

Sa tsraith Pet Nation, le Big Mountain Productions, déanfar ceiliúradh ar dhomhan iontach na bpeataí. Tiocfaidh ainmhithe agus úinéirí ó fud fad na hÉireann le chéile chun bualadh leis na saineolaithe i mol a bhéas cruthaithe go speisialta do na hainmhithe.

Fuair Zoogon Media maoiniú fá choinne Daisy & Ollie, sraith réamhscoile a spreagfaidh páistí óga le bheith fiosrach faoin domhan thart timpeall orthu.

Rachaidh an iar-Thaoiseach, Enda Kenny, ar turas le fáil amach faoi na hiarnróid atá caillte againn thart timpeall na hÉireann agus buailfidh sé leis na carachtair áitiúla, staraithe agus b’fhéidir cúpla duine cáiliúil i Ireland’s Lost Railways a bhéas léirithe ag Sonas Productions.

Léireoidh Crawford McCann an tríú sraith de Beidh Aonach Amárach agus tabharfaidh sé blaiseadh dúinn arís ar an bheocht, ar an siamsa agus ar an teannas a bhíonn sna seónna talmhaíochta ar fud na tíre.

Fiabhras na Fuinseoige, léiriú de chuid DoubleBand Films, amharcfaidh Aoife Ní Chaiside ar an dóigh go bhfuil an chamógaíocht faoi bhláth agus ar dhul chun cinn na heagraíochta taobh thiar den spórt, eagraíocht a bunaíodh mar gheall ar iarrachtaí an CLG mná a choinneáil amach.

Le 10 bliain anuas tá go leor cloiste againn faoi Men’s Sheds ach níl sé i gcónaí soiléir cad go díreach a tharlaíonn taobh thiar de dhoirsí na ngrúpaí seo ach sa tsraith nua Ar Scath a Chéile, a bhéas á léiriú ag Macha Media, gheobhaidh muid amach cad go díreach a bhíonn ar siúl acu.

Fuair Táin Media agus Bees Nees in Albain maoiniú le haghaidh Sruth, sraith a tabharfaidh chun solais an tallann is déanaí sa cheol traidisiúnta le go leor taispeántas speisialta le feiceáil ann.

Beidh níos mó ábhar ar líne le feiceáil arís agus maoiniú tugtha do Rua Media chun físeáin ar an mheabhairshláinte a léiriú ar NÓS TV.

Le haghaidh tuilleadh eolais agus na dtreoirlínte téigh chuig leathanach maoinithe an Chiste Craoltóireachta Gaeilge, Scáileán Thuaisceart Éireann.





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