Regular Fund

To the experienced film maker

The Regular Fund is for those who already have experience of film making and who have achieved a basic level that enables them to deliver the project.

Application Demands

  • Deadline: Mid-February, Mid-May, Mid-August and Mid-November
  • Support: Max 20,000 DKK + production equipment and facilities
  • Procedure: Submit an application via the form on this page.
  • The application is assessed on the submission date of the deadline. There are no meetings with the applicant until the grant committee has made a decision
  • The grant committee consists of external consultants – there are new consultants on each round
  • The meeting with the external consultants is usually held within four weeks from the submission deadline
  • At the grant meeting, projects that receive funding are selected and the amount of aid is determined
  • Approximately four weeks after the application deadline, Odense Film Workshop sends a reply to the applicants
  • In this reply, we invite you to a development meeting where the consultants respond with feedback
  • The external consultants justify their commitment or rejection – but all communication takes place with Odense Film Workshop’s own consultants

It is possible to book a preparation meeting where we talk over your idea along with our requirements for applications.

Application Form

Submit the application form online – it is saved through out. All attachments must be uploaded as a single PDF file at the end of the application form.

Please note that you are asked to upload a short video/vlog of the director stating what he/she wants to examine with the project.

NB: The application must be received by 12 noon at the latest on deadline day.

All attachments must be uploaded as a single PDF file at the end of the application form.

  • Character descriptions
  • Universe description
  • Treatment or manuscript
  • Mood board / visual style
  • Technical considerations
  • Budget

Download templates

Download templates to help you with your budget or the planning of the production. You’ll also find some guidance on premise and structure regarding the short film format.