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IFB Funding Programmes / Development

BSÉ/IFB provides a range of development funding programmes

BSÉ/IFB provides a range of development funding programmes to enable writers, directors and producers to develop and prepare a screenplay project for production. Applicants can apply for the following funding programmes:

Project Development Loans
Animation Development Loans
International Development Loans
Documentary Development Loans
International Television Drama Development Loans

Further information is available for these funding programmes on each relevant page above. Please ensure that you have read the guidelines before making an application. Applications for BSÉ/IFB Funding Programmes should be made through the IFB Online Application system.

Please note the deadlines for funding applications. Details can be found here

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#GetIntoFilm: David Keating

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28th September, 7pm @ Filmbase

David Keating, critically-acclaimed director and screenwriter of features, documentaries and television, will be joining us for our September #GetIntoFilm talk. As a director, his award-winning films include Wake Wood, The Last of the High Kings and Cherry Tree. His screenwriting credits include the Mike Newell/Jim Sheridan collaboration Into The West.

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Bord Scannán na hÉireann/the Irish Film Board

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Talent Development; Bord Scannán na hÉireann/the Irish Film Board (IFB) Announce Deadlines for Three New Short Films Schemes

Following a review of the Bord Scannán na hÉireann/the Irish Film Board’s (IFB) investment in short film, IFB are delighted to announce three new short film schemes designed to create opportunities for emerging filmmaking talent. These new schemes are: FOCUS SHORTS, REAL STORIES and SHORT STORIES.

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A Coat Made Dark and Geist

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A Coat Made Dark and Geist Selected for Animafest Zagreb

Two Irish short animations A Coat Made Dark and Geist have been selected for the Grand Competition in the 26th World Festival of Animated Film – Animafest Zagreb which will take place in June.

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At the Evening Standard Film Awards

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Top Awards for ‘Brooklyn and ‘Room’ at the Evening Standard Film Awards

It was a strong evening for Irish film at the Evening Standard Film Awards, where Academy Award® contenders Brooklyn and Room each picked up a major prize.
The Evening Standard Film Awards are held to honour British and Irish talent in cinema and are voted for by top film critics.

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