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Successful teams announced by Screen Ireland for Frameworks, the flagship Irish animated short film scheme
05 Jul 2022 : News Desk
Screen Ireland & RTÉ's Frameworks scheme.
Fís Éireann/Screen Ireland has announced the successful teams for the latest edition of its Frameworks animated short film scheme, which is co-funded by RTÉ.

Frameworks is a highly competitive flagship scheme for the Irish animation sector and has produced award-winning films to a consistently high standard, including Louise Bagnall’s Late Afternoon, which received an Academy Award nomination for Best Animated Short in 2019.

Read our interview with Louise Bagnall discussing her Oscar nominated Late Afternoon.

Applications for this year’s Frameworks scheme were judged by a panel of Screen Ireland, RTÉ, and external animation industry representatives. The successful Frameworks projects and teams are: 

The Bridge of Wonder, to be written and directed by Matthew Pidgeon, and produced by Deirdre Griffin for Trickshot Films. A man is thinking of ending his life but is distracted long enough by a nosey seagull to rethink his plan.

Nana Dee, written by Dylan Spurling, to be directed by Marta Sniezek and Momo Willet, and produced by Paul O’Donnell for M Studio. As years go by in an ordinary house, its only resident spends most of her days alone waiting for company.

Rural Rituals, to be written and directed by Tony Donoghue, and produced by Eoin Whelehan for Mayfly Films. Costume, embroidery, knitting, disguise, masks, wakes and funerals, this film explores Irish rural rituals and traditions in the 21st century.

The Last Set, written by John Mackey, to be directed by Rachel Hynds Boyd and produced by Sarah O’Carroll for elk.Studios. In the space between life and death a man’s spirit is given one last chance to dance.

Read our interview with Frameworks alumni Cashel Horgan discussing his animated short Lady Isobel and The Elf Knight.

The world premieres of Screen Ireland and RTÉ’s most recent slate of Frameworks short films – Regular RabbitHermit, and Red Rabbit – will take place at the Galway Film Fleadh this year on Saturday, 9th July.





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