Radharc Awards 2018

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Radharc is very pleased to announce the Call for Entries to the Radharc Awards 2018.

The Awards event will take place on Friday 26th October in the Talbot Stillorgan Hotel Mount Merrion County Dublin.

The Radharc Awards seek to celebrate excellence in documentary filmmaking and to acknowledge films of outstanding quality in the spirit of Radharc.

The Radharc Awards were established in 2002 to honour the memory of Fr Joe Dunn and Radharc’s achievements in religious affairs programmes for Irish television from 1962 to 1997, and to encourage similar quality documentary production amongst filmmakers in Ireland today.

Awards are presented every two years to the producers of television documentaries of outstanding quality, that address national or international topics of social justice, history, morality and faith. There is an additional award for similar short documentaries produced for digital media.
The producer of the winning production in each of the two categories will receive a bronze Radharc trophy. Decorative scrolls for productions that are highly commended will also be presented.

Category One: An award for documentaries broadcast in the qualifying period (to be announced) on any free to air channel on the island of Ireland.
Category Two: An award for non-broadcast documentaries produced during the same period for digital media with a maximum length of 15 minutes.

The Radharc Awards seek to celebrate excellence in documentary film-making and to acknowledge films of outstanding quality in the spirit of Radharc.

The Radharc Awards were established in 2002 to honour the memory of Fr Joe Dunn and Radharc’s achievements in religious affairs programmes for Irish television from 1962 to 1997, and to encourage similar quality documentary production amongst filmmakers in Ireland today.

Awards are presented every two years to the producers of television documentaries of outstanding quality, that address national or international topics of social justice,
history, morality and faith. There is an additional award for similar short documentaries produced for digital media.

The producer of the winning production in each of the two categories will receive a bronze Radharc trophy. Decorative scrolls for productions that are highly commended will also be presented.

Category One: An award for documentaries broadcast in the qualifying period (to be announced) on any free to air channel on the island of Ireland.

Category Two: An award for non-broadcast documentaries produced during the same period for digital media with a maximum length of 15 minutes.

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