Irish Talent: New Shorts 7Fís Éireann/Screen Ireland World Premiere Shorts
Sat 13 July | Town Hall Theatre | 11:45
Fís Éireann/Screen Ireland (FÉ/SI) is proud to present the World Premiere of an exciting selection of new Irish short films funded under the agency’s Frameworks and Short Stories schemes. The Frameworks projects included in this line-up are co-funded by FÉ/SI and RTÉ.
Mark and Sophie plan to rob a post office but as things go awry, they each discover what they’re really made of.
Director: Rioghnach Ní Ghrioghair
Producers: Claire Mc Cabe, 925 Productions
Something Doesn’t Feel Right
A weary slasher villain puts in the hours necessary to pull off perfect kills until he encounters victims that don’t behave as they should. Director: Fergal Costello Producer: Fiona Kinsella Country: Ireland
Over the course of her 21st birthday, Ava explores the grief felt by the loss of her twin sister and attempts to overcome it.
Director: Ciarán Dooley
Producer: Matt D’Arcy
At the precipice of womanhood and plagued with foreboding dreams, Maria must confront the mistrust of her family as a strange epidemic sweeps the nation.
Director: Suri Grennell
Producer: Bjorn Mac Giolla
In Victorian London an overworked writer, Abe, is inspired by his day job in the theatre to create a bloody brilliant novel.
Director: Adam H. Stewart (debut)
Producer: Eilish Kent
Lady Isobel & the Elf Knight
A cautionary tale. If a strange bloke appears at your window in the middle of the night and asks you out on a date, just say no.
Director: Cashell Horgan
Producer: Andrew Moore
Ireland, 1851. A farm hand at the end of the Great Famine encounters a ghostly female figure leading him to a new hope.
Director: Jack Reynor (debut)
Producers: Lara Hickey, Emer O’Shea
Bainne is a coproduction between Sky Arts and Screen Ireland