Missed the last event? Not to worry, check out the films below that we screened as part of the festival.
Blue Moon - 15
Dir: Stefan Harris
Budget: c. £6,100 / $12,000 NZD
Book Week - 15
Dir: Heath Davis
Budget: c. £74,000 / 135,000 AUD
The Road to Independence - PG
Dir: Ollie Hunter-Smart
Greenfield - 18
Dir: Julius Telmer
Budget: £54,000 / 100,000 AUD
Dir: Félicien Colmet Daâge
Your Eyes, Will I Ever
In a house lost in the middle of the desert a man sees his girlfriend gradually transform into a butterfly.
Dir: Luis Miguel Leal
When Daniel and John find themselves trying to ask the same girl out, their discussion rapidly escalates into a heated fight.
Dir: Florence Bradish
Seventeen year old Alix can’t believe her good fortune when her favourite band comes to Dublin for a Web Convention. Not only that but that the lead singer reciprocates her romantic feelings. However, Alix is right to be skeptical. Digital dreams aren’t what they seem and soon hers come crashing straight into the cold, harsh reality.
Dir: Bojan Brbora
An idealistic love story set to the backdrop of urban London.
Dir: Alejo Santos
"Earth is the cradle of men, but one cannot live in a cradle forever" this words were said by Kostantin Tsiolkovsky in mid XIX century. More than two centuries after, mankind search for a new home. From the mission ARS-7, one of those explorers sent a message to his son. Are tough words about the present and future of earth.
Dir: Eleanor Smith
Here Lies Adelia Hughes
The Hughes bury their beloved Adelia, in a meager ceremony on their family farm. Through the struggles of poverty and the death of their sister, Rosina forces her brother into an idea on how to change their fortunes.
Dir: Thomas Hird
Waking up alone, cold, and scared, the Lost searches for hope in salvation.