Little Cinema @ Galway Film Fleadh 2017

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Festival season is in full swing in Galway once again, and the Film Fleadh is our favourite part of it. Once again, we were asked to put together a screening which represented the very best of what Little Cinema has to offer over the last year, and the results were incredibly strong. As always, we’re incredibly proud of all the filmmakers who have contributed to Little Cinema and made it one of Ireland’s best events to celebrate film. Huge thanks also go to everyone at Galway Film Fleadh, and congratulations on another amazing festival this year!

  1. 1. This Is Not A Mugging, submitted by Ger Browne
    A man meets a leprechaun on a park bench.
  2. 2. That Guy In The Sky, submitted by Sarah Ingersoll
    An isolated mans finds fulfillment in surrendering himself to his dream.
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  3. 3. Gone Galway Girl, submitted by Luke Morgan and Seosamh Duffy
    A man took a stroll down the old Long Walk of a day-i-a-i-a. What happened next, changed everything.

    4. Resonate, submitted by Andrew Galea
    As Angie writes a letter reminiscing about when they met and the life they created, she wonders what will become of the memories now that she is dying.

    5. An Irish Intervention, submitted by Declan Mungovan
    Friends and family hold an intervention after an Irish man stops drinking.

    6. Still, submitted by Teresa Lavina
    Still is a documentary about still born babies and neonatal deaths in Ireland. Although there are improvements in how parents are treated in the hospitals, still their voice is unheard.
    This film is not currently online.
    7. Dispatch, submitted by Matthew Blayney
    When the Garda’s Emergency Response Unit are tasked with crossing the border to apprehend a dangerous fugitive, they quickly reliase the job is not as straightforward as they thought.

     

    Thanks for taking the time to check out this recap. We’ll be back again with another screening in August, so if you have a film to submit, be sure to get in touch! Until then, enjoy the rest of your summer!
    Thanks,
    Kenny, Julia and Liam.


Little Cinema June Recap

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Hello again friends! Welcome to another Little Cinema recap, where we’ll be taking another look at the films we screened in June’s Little Cinema. Thanks to everyone who submitted a film for the night, and to the great audience for coming along to support the filmmakers! Next up is our screening for the Film Fleadh, where we’ll be presenting some of our favourite films from the last year, so make sure to check that out on July 12th in the Roisin, starting at 6pm. Now, on to June’s films.

  1. The Romance Is Over, submitted by Bip Henderson
    You can see the film here when it debuts online.
  2. Polaroid, submitted by Barry Convery
    This film is not currently online.
  3. Can’t Find My Way Home, submitted by Padraig Jack

     

  4. Post Memory From A Lost Country, submitted by Emily Zukovic

     

  5. Jack In The Box, submitted by Lewis Gourlay

     

  6. House Full of Ghosts, by Rodney Owl, submitted by Mark McConville

     

  7. Gimp Bishcuit, submitted by the Gimp Bischuit team

     

Just a reminder that we’ll be taking a short break for July, so after the Fleadh screening on the 12th, we’ll be back again at the end of August. If you have a film you’d like to submit, get in contact with us anytime and we’ll find a slot for you!

Thanks,
Kenny, Julia and Liam


Judges announced for 48 Hour Challenge on 18th June

Little Cinema and Galway City of Film are delighted to announce the judging panel for the 48 Hour Challenge taking place from 16th to 18th June!

10 teams of filmmakers are taking part in the 48 Hour Challenge and Galway’s Town Hall Theatre will host a special FREE screening of all completed films at 6.30pm on Sunday 18th June.

judges bio full resThe panel of judges including, Eibh Collins, Ristéard Ó Domhnaill, Graham Cantwell, and Tracy Geraghty, will choose a winning film and award a cash prize of €500!

The winning film will also be included to screen in the Way Out West section of the this year’s Galway Film Fleadh.

The screening is FREE to attend with ticket bookings HERE.

Join us and see Galway on film!

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Little Cinema Galway City of 48 Hour Challenge Free Film Screening

Come along to our FREE screening at the Town Hall Theatre where we’ll be screening 10 films which were all made in just 48 hours of that weekend, as part of the Little Cinema & Galway City of Film 48 Hour Challenge!

Making a film is enough of an undertaking in itself, but to try and shoot and edit it within just 48 hours is an incredible challenge!

The screening starts at 7pm SHARP! Doors for the theatre open at 6:30pm and pre-booked tickets are valid until 6:45pm, after that point it is open to the public.

To ensure you get into the screening be sure to book your tickets in advance at the link HERE.
Hope to see you there!

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Little Cinema May Recap

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Howdy folks, welcome to another Little Cinema recap! As ever, May was a veritable feast of high quality short films, made locally with passion and skill by the talented filmmakers of Galway and further afield! We had music videos, documentaries, comedy sketches, art-pieces and more! On top of all that, there was a full house audience there to support these filmmakers, so huge props to those who showed up to be part of another great month at Little Cinema. Here’s a reminder of what we screened last week;

  1. The Other of One, submitted by Sean O’Maille

     

  2. Resonate, submitted by Andrew Galea
    The following video is a promo for Resonate;

     

  3. The Secret, submitted by Jessica Keatley
    this film is not yet available online.
  4. Fragments, submitted by Luke Kennedy

     

  5. Apocalypse 200, submitted by Patrick Crean
    This film is not yet online.
  6. Still, submitted by Teresa Lavina
    This film is not yet online.
  7. Panic Attack, submitted by Mark McConville

     

  8. Interruption, submitted by David Patrick Emery

     

  9. Huiceiri na Gaillimhe, submitted by Chris Tierney

     

    That’s it for another month! Bear in mind that June is gonna be a bumper Little Cinema month, with the 48 Hour Challenge as well as our regular screening at the end of the month! We’re very excited to see what people can create in the 48 Hour Challenge, and we have some sweet music videos lined up for the end of the month also, so make sure to get to those screenings!

    We’ll catch you soon,
    Kenny, Julia and Liam