7 minutes 06 seconds/2019/Denmark/Colour/Digital
Director // Cora McKenna
College // The Animation Workshop
SHERGAR follows Conor, a boy living a fast paced and free roaming life with his friends on the streets of Dublin. Though a life without responsibilities is great fun, it can’t keep his head above the chaos of his poverty stricken home. When he is tied between what he should do and what his hectic life pushes him into, he doesn’t always have a good choice to make.
14 minutes, 44 seconds/2019/Czech Republic/Colour/Stopmotion
Director/Writer // Daria Kashcheeva
Producer // Zuzana Roháčová, Martin Vandas
Should you hide your pain? Close yourself inside your inner world, full of longing for your father’s love and its displays? Or should you understand and forgive before it is too late?
9 minutes, 38 seconds/2019/Germany/Colour/Digital
Director //Christoph Sarow
Producer // Lena-Carolin Lohfink
Vast plains, colorful sceneries, a red dog, that seems to reach into the sky. This is how Tom experiences summer in Blieschow, his grandfather’s farm. He feels overwhelmed by the exuberance of nature and finds himself in a constant competition with his cousin, who is seemingly better at everything. Envy starts to grow in little Tom. Doing everything to be recognized and loved Tom soon reaches his limits.
Director // Oliver Moore
College // BCFE
Severe climate abnormalities cause major food shortages across the Northern Hemisphere. Eva is a 16 year old girl looking after her sick father. With their rations running out she ventures into the town for supplies. Her father gives her his gun for protection. After collecting her rations she crosses paths with an unsavoury woman and her sullen son. The two follow Eva from the town. When Eva spots them she panics, running into the forest and losing her bearings.
6 minutes 29 seconds/2019/Ireland/Colour/Digital
Director // Robyn Conroy
College // IADT
Deep in the heart of a bamboo forest, a paternal bear watches over Mae, a spirited young girl that he is raising. Sustained by the collection of beehives that the bear tends to, the two live together in peaceful harmony. However, in order to continue this peaceful way of life there is one rule that Mae cannot break – she must never enter the bee yard where the bees are kept. Everything must change for the two when she does.
Director // Cliona Noonan
College // IADT
A late-night supermarket cashier with a strage obsession is visited by a mysterious customer
8 minutes 30 seconds/2019/Canada/Colour/Digital
Director //Yingzhong Hu
Producer // Michelle Hannan
The fishing girl on her way of recovering her lost beloved fishing boat.
11 minutes, 43 seconds/2019/Denmark/Colour/Stop Motion
Director // Farzaneh Omidvarnia
Writers // Farzaneh Omidvarnia, Mehdi Rostampour
Producer // Farzaneh Omidvarnia
“Song Sparrow” is about immigration. People of different color and race and culture, old and young, embark on journeys, eager to find some place they can call home, or just some place they can live in. Many brave perils more formidable than the ones they ran for in the first place. It is not always weathering storms till and onto shores of calm and prosperity; many a time storms keep them company on and off shores. They dream of better lives while in reality having little choice.
11 minutes 25 seconds/2019/Hungary/Colour/Mixed Media
Director // Géza M. Tóth
Producers // Éva M. Tóth
A lonely boy is playing with his colorful matchsticks. While he is talking about his dreams, fears and hopes, the matchsticks bring his visions to life. The film is based on an interview with the 7-year-old L. S.
|Date||Saturday 21st of March 2020|
Open to the public, tickets available at our Public Box Office, McCarthy's Bar. Not suitable for children.