February 2019 Recap

Hello friends! Many special thanks this time to everyone who stuck with us through our cancelled screening in February – the power outing was very unfortunate and unavoidable, so thank you for returning to us last week to check out this great line up of short films. Here’s the line up once again – we think you’ll agree, it was another great month for short films, from both returning submitters to some brand new faces!

    1. Demo Reel, submitted by Felipe Rosa

      An incredible showreel chronicling the work of Felipe Rosa.

      Vampire Blues, submitted by Eric O Martin

      Modern life is hard when you’re a vampire. Directed by GTI student Eric O Martin.


      Nurses Vox Pop, submitted by Kenny Gaughan

      Vox Pop made by Kenny & Tony Walsh outside UCHG, getting the opinions of the striking nurses representing Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation – INMO.

      Waves, submitted by Emma Zukovič

      This short film was created as a response to the prominent stigma in Irish society surrounding mental health issues, particularly in relation to the experience of young men. The work aims to capture feelings and themes of mental illness and shine a light on this growing concern for people to share their inner turmoil. The piece however also offers a sense of hope that there is light following the darkness in the young protagonist’s life.

      Howdy Partner, submitted by John Murphy

      A little piece about positive mental health and being friends with yourself.


    2. Fear, by Beau Williams, submitted by Conor Quinlan

      A reading of a poem titled Fear, by Gaway based poet Beau Williams.


    3. Cinema Do Meu Bairro, submitted by Renata G. Lima

      From a suburb of Rio de Janeiro, the film revives the golden era of street cinema in Brazil. Intimate memories help tell the story of the three Santa Cruz cinemas.vlcsnap-2019-03-11-12h52m00s443



      Halcyon , submitted by Colin Buckley

      A film about an entire relationship in two locations.


    4.  Expert, Submitted by Patrick Szoltajsek

      A day in the life of a carpenter. Expert captures Damian from Damian Carpentry in action.

    1. Joinuary,  Submitted by Join

      More beautiful madness from Join, with another set of out-there comedy sketches.

  1. Thanks to all those who screened their films, and to everyone who showed up and created a fabulous, friendly audience. We’ll be back again at the end of March, so keep an eye on our social media accounts where we’ll keep you up to date.

Kenny, Julia & Liam