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UK Jewish Film Festival offers £10,000 grants

The Pears Foundation Short Film Fund 2010 at the UK Jewish Film Festival is now accepting entries.

Short filmmakers can apply for 2 grants, of up to £10,000 each for a factual, animation or drama film with a Jewish theme of significance that can also apply to a mainstream audience. Short films can be a maximum of 10 minutes and filmmakers can apply with a script or finished treatment attached in word or pdf files.

Candidates entering their short film projects will need to provide examples of previous work and supporting documents with relative experience.

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Winning short film projects will get funding along with promotion through the UK JFF (UK Jewish Film Festival) and archived in the film library. Judges will be announced later this year including a panel of TV and film professionals.

Deadline to submit : 30th December 2010

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