Women in Film&TV Ireland presents: How to Write a Killer Funding Application
Women in Film&TV Ireland presents...
How to Write a Killer Funding Application – Meet the Funders
Monday, February 5th 2018
3.30pm – 5.30pm
Venue: The Morrison Hotel (Print Works room), Ormond Quay Lower, Dublin 1.
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First come first served – places are limited
FREE for WFT Ireland members – join WFT Ireland now!
€10 on the door for the public (all welcome)
It's arguably the most important stage of your project – without development funding it's a nonstarter! But securing development funding is also one of the most competitive parts of the process. We have asked the movers and shakers from the two primary funding bodies – the IFB and the BAI – to join us for a masterclass where we look at what it takes to write a successful Development & Production funding application for film or TV.
Participants from the Irish Film Board are: Project Managers Dearbhla Regan & Celine Haddad and Production Executive Sarah Dillon.
Participants from the BAI are: Philip Cooper, Jean Crampton and Debbie Molloy.
With special guest script editor Lucy Ryan. The event will be moderated by producer/screenwriter Brendan McCarthy.
They will tell us:
- What they look for in content
- What they look for in the application
- What they don't want to see & the most common mistakes
- Key industry advice and insider knowledge about writing a killer application
Our panelists will include Key Project Managers from the Irish Film Board and the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland. It's a great opportunity to hear their thoughts and pick their brains.
This is a must see event so please book now, places are limited and it's first come first served.
Note: More details and the venue will be announced next week, keep an eye on our social media and your inbox! Important: THIS EVENT IS FREE FOR MEMBERS OR €10 ON THE DOOR FOR NON MEMBERS
The Morrison Hotel (Print Works room), Dublin, d1 Dublin
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