‘Stalker’ wins Best Film at Underground Cinema Film Festival

| September 17, 2013 | Comments (0)

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Stalker

The 4th Underground Cinema Film Festival came to a close this weekend with the screening of the Irish fantasy film adventure The Shadows, directed by Colin Downey plus the festival party in Dun Laoghaire.

This year’s winners at the festival were:

Stalker, Mark O’Connor’s latest film, won Best Film, following on from being runner-up Best Feature Film at the Galway Film Fleadh earlier this year. O’Connor’s film has just secured a cinema release for the New Year.

Richard Wolstencroft’s documentary, The Last Days of Joe Blow, was awarded Best International Film.

Maurice O Carroll’s version of the classic Bryan MacMahon story Windows of Wonder won Best Short Film.

Hannah Finlay’s Éimear won Best Student Film for its study into the representations of women in Northern Ireland ‘Troubles’ films.

And Best Music Video was awarded to Razorblades and Ashtrays (We The People), directed by Paul Lynch

Check out the trailer for Stalker below.

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