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Our Day Will Come – 2018 Short Film Selection

   

Our Day Will Come

Directed by: Stephen Coll

Produced by: Sabrina Chalcroft

Submitted by: Stephen Coll

Category: Irish Short Films

Country of Origin: Ireland

Country of Filming: United Kingdom

Running Time: 7:54

 

Synopsis:  Dublin, 1916. Joseph Plunkett has been jailed and sentenced to death for his role in the Easter Rising. The day before his execution he is given permission to marry his fiancé Grace Gifford in the prison chapel.
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No Irish Need Apply – 2018 Short Film Selection

No Irish Need Apply              

Directed by:  William Fitzpatrick

Produced by: William Fitzpatrick

Submitted by: William Fitzpatrick

Category: Irish Short Films

Country of Origin: United States

Country of Filming: United Stated

Running Time: 6:54

 

 
Synopsis:  A seven-minute video depicting anti Irish bigotry in Boston’s daily newspapers in the 1880’s and 1890’s.
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Jump Into Ireland – 2018 Short Film Selection

   

Jump Into Ireland

Directed by: Lucas Dominicus, Kevin Haenni

Produced by: Lucas Dominicus

Submitted by: Lucas Dominicus

Category: Irish Short Films

Country of Origin: Ireland

Country of Filming: Ireland

Running Time: 2:49

 

Synopsis:  Explore the beauty of Ireland in many different ways. Let the Irish wind hit you and enjoy the Irish lifestyle.
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Two Can Play That Game – 2018 Short Film Selection

Two Can Play That Game                  

Directed by:  Denis Kiely

Produced by: Denis Kiely, Ricky Ponce, Dorothy O’Tuama, Joan Twomey

Submitted by: Denis Kiely

Category: Irish Short Films

Country of Origin: Ireland

Country of Filming: Ireland

Running Time: 1:08

 

 
Synopsis:  A small time shopkeeper tired of being ripped off by shoplifters finally makes a stand and gets the better of his nemesis in a very clever way.
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Uisce Beatha – The Water of Life – 2018 Short Film Selection

   

Uisce Beatha – The Water of Life

Directed by: Elaine Kennedy

Produced by: Elaine Kennedy

Submitted by: Elaine Kennedy

Category: Irish Short Films

Country of Origin: Ireland

Country of Filming: Ireland

Running Time: 11:30

 

Synopsis:  On a visit to see her parents who have returned from London to their original home in co. Kerry, Ireland, Bebhínn struggles with her father’s choice of returning to rural Ireland to farm as opposed to the London lifestyle that she’s used to. Through an unexpected event, Bebhínn sees her father in a very different light which changes their relationship forever.
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Reel: Irish Women – 2018 Short Film Selection

Reel: Irish Women                 

Directed by:  Elaine Gallagher

Produced by: Elaine Gallagher

Submitted by: Elaine Gallagher

Category: Irish Short Films

Country of Origin: Ireland

Country of Filming: Ireland

Running Time: 7:48

 

 
Synopsis:  “Reel: Irish Women” is a semi-fictional short film depicting the prominent role of women in the 1916 Rising and how this role was erased from history.
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Follow Me – 2018 Short Film Selection

 

Follow Me

Directed by: Elaine Gallagher

Produced by: Elaine Gallagher, Christiane O’Mahony, Paulin Shanahan

Submitted by: Elaine Gallagher

Category: Irish Short Films

Country of Origin: Ireland

Country of Filming: Ireland

Running Time: 8:52

 

Synopsis:  Led by their inept guide, a couple’s tour of Birr Castle goes from bad to worse.
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Testimony – 2018 Short Film Selection

Testimony                  

Directed by:  Kamila Dydyna

Produced by: Kamila Dydyna, Eamonn Tutty, Cara Bamford

Submitted by: Kamila Dydyna

Category: Irish Short Films

Country of Origin: Ireland

Country of Filming: Ireland

Running Time: 8:58

 

 
Synopsis:  In 1991, Cat O’Neill testifies in a domestic abuse court hearing. Case parties: Mum and Dad.
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Lost Memories – 2018 Short Film Selection

Lost Memories                      

Directed by:  Eamonn Murphy

Produced by: Quintin Ahern

Submitted by: Eamonn Murphy

Category: Irish Short Films

Country of Origin: Ireland

Country of Filming: Ireland

Running Time: 14:55

 

 
Synopsis:  Inspired by a true story. Sean races against the clock to his mother’s death bed while dealing with inter-family politics over the phone