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Short Film Commission now open for Clones Film Festival 2022
24 Jun 2022 : News Desk
Clones Film Festival
Clones Film Festival, in association with Clones Credit Union, will continue to support film production in Clones and County Monaghan, by commissioning an original short film, shot in Clones and the surrounding areas in 2022.

Under this commission by Clones Film Festival, an award of €4,000 will be made towards the cost of the film production; scripting, shooting, editing, and screening.

The Short Film will then be one of the highlights of this year’s festival, taking centre stage on the closing night of Clones Film Festival Sunday 30th October 2022.

Short film, short documentary, and short animation will all be considered.

Applications are invited for original script ideas from filmmakers at all stages of their development. All entrants will be updated as decisions are made.

The selected filmmaker & team will be required to:

  • Produce a locally shot short; film, documentary, or animation, with a minimum run time of 5 minutes, and no longer than 20 minutes.
  • Include local street scenes or iconic historic location shots within Clones Town, or the locality. Examples include; The Round Tower, Celtic Cross, Old Abbey, The Diamond, Fermanagh Street, St. Tiernach’s Park, The Canal Stores, The Butteryard, and any of the churches.
  • Use local extras where required.
  • Meet the deadline date set by the committee
  • Attend, and screen the short on closing night of Clones Film Festival, Sunday 30th October 2022

Applications Close on July 17th, while the deadline for submission of short to the Committee is  October 10th

The film will then be screened at the closing night of Clones Film Festival on Sunday, October 30th.





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