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DEADLINE SHORT SHOTS PHASE 3: TERMS & CONDITIONS

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DEADLINE SHORT SHOTS PHASE 3 APPLICATION:
5PM THURSDAY 19th MAY 2016
NB: Only Short Shots applicants that applied have come through Phase 2 of the scheme may apply to Phase 3.

SHORT SHOTS PHASE 3 APPLICATION FORM

TERMS & CONDITIONS
Filmbase / RTE SHORT SHOTS
NB Please read the following terms & conditions carefully.
• Applications will only be accepted from teams, Director, Writer and Producer.
• Scripts submitted from sole applicants will not be accepted under any circumstances.
• Late applications will not be accepted. Incomplete applications will not be accepted.
• Shortlisted projects will be required to proceed to final interview and assessment. Projects which are unsuccessful in attaching a producer will be unable to proceed to the final shortlist stage.
• Scripts submitted must be (a) wholly original to the applicant team, or, (b) have a clear and unencumbered assignment of rights to the applicant if based on an existing work (eg. Play, short story, book).
• Initial Applications should contain the following elements only:
– Title of Project – Names of Applicants – Script.
Please ensure that Your Title, Script and Names of Applicants are combined together into one (1) single completed document.
Submissions should be sent in Microsoft Word or PDF format only.
Additional materials (eg budgets, production notes etc) should NOT be submitted at this time. (NB up to two pages (A4) of art work may be submitted for animation applications only).
• All applicants for the Short Shots award must be fully paid up members of Filmbase as of the deadline date. Visit our membership page for more information.
Project shortlisting is on a competitive basis. At the discretion of the selection of Filmbase a maximum of 10 projects will be selected from the validly received scripts to progress for further development under the scheme. The decisions of the shortlisting are final. It will not be possible to provide feedback to unsuccessful projects.
• Canvassing support from Filmbase and/or RTE will immediately disqualify applications
• Unsuccessful applicants will be eligible to re-submit to future Filmbase short film schemes.
• Projects must be capable of being shot and completed for premiere at the Cork Film Festival,
November 2016 under the resources available from the scheme (up to €10,000 in cash, with matching support in equipment and editing facilities from Filmbase).
• All applicants must confirm their acceptance of these terms of conditions before their applications will be accepted and processed.