Magazine article Screen International

Development Scheme for Gaelic Language Films Launches

Magazine article Screen International

Development Scheme for Gaelic Language Films Launches

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TG4, The Irish Film Board and the BAI will fund projects with a 'strong Gaelic credibility'.

A new development scheme for Gaelic language films called Cine4 was launched yesterday (3 May 2017).

TG4, Bord Scannán na hÉireann/The Irish Film Board (BSÉ) and the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland (BAI) kicked off the Cine4 Development Scheme at the 2017 Celtic Media Festival.

The scheme will support the development and production of films, and is open to live-action feature-length dramas.

Cine4 is encouraging projects with "strong storytelling, visual flair and high production values appropriate for the big screen".

Those seeking funding must have a storyline that has "strong credibility as Gaeilge" and appeal to an Irish and international audience, as well as demonstrate gender balance in the creative team.

Projects with budgets up to [Euro]1. …

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