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Story land votes go live today!

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For all of those budding filmmakers that applied to storyland for funding this year and got knocked back, you can now see the shorts that got through and vote. Many egomotion members had submitted ideas to storyland, which is a pilot web-isode scheme run by RTE, some went on to the next round some got knocked back straight away.  It might …

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IFB Short Shorts Deadline Announced

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The Irish Film Board have announced the call for submissions for the next round of the Short Shorts scheme with a new deadline of Friday, May 8th, 2009. Successful short films will premiere at the Cork Film Festival in November. Short Shorts funds up to seven, 3-5 minute films and aims to encourage the making of ultra short films. The …

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Splanc Returns

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The Arts Council, TG4 & The Irish Film Board For ten years the Splanc! documentary scheme jointly funded by TG4 and the Arts Council/An Chomhairle Ealaíon has funded many fine documentary films on the arts, and on making art in the Irish language. Splanc! 2009 will take an intimate look at film making in Ireland as a visual expression of …

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Cork Film Festival 2009 Dates announced

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The Corona Cork Film Festival announces new dates for its 2009 event, moving two weeks from it’s traditional slot to November 1st to 8th 2009. International entries deadline is June 26th 2009 Irish entries deadline is July 31st 2009 Festival Director Mick Hannigan, making the announcement commented  “The September/October period of the global film festival calendar has become  congested in …

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140 – Global Twitter Film Project

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Filmmakers of the world (and Twitter) Unite. 140 filmmakers from around the world will join together on Twitter for a very unique film project, of global proportions. Via Twitter we will converge from our respective cities around the world and await the signal. That signal will come from me. The filmmakers will commit to being by their computers, laptops, mobile …

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Film themed pub quiz in the Crane Lane

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Cork based company StormVids have recently teamed up with The Naomh ColmCille Youth Club to start ACTION – a new tv and film-making mentoring project where we are teaching the kids in Farranree to make films so they can adapt their award winning play, ‘The Wrong Turn’ into a short film. The kids will be mentored through various workshops and …

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