Trampoline, a new and exciting independent Irish feature film, will be getting its world premiere at the inaugural IndieCork film festival on 17th October.
Trampoline tells the story of a young woman named Angie who returns home after finishing college and gets a job teaching at her old school. While at home she struggles to reconnect her broken family and tries to readjust to the life she left behind and figure out the best way to move forward with her life.
The film stars Aoife Spratt in the lead role of Angie and Audrey Hamilton as her best friend Kate. Trampoline features strong female leading roles and honest relatable characters. The film is highly influenced by American independent cinema. ‘I love American indie movies and I was very eager to transfer that sort of style to Irish film. I’m confident that it will appeal to audiences here who may need a break from all the gritty crime dramas that are being turned out at the moment,’ says Tom.
The film will be screened on Thursday, 17th October at the Gate Cinema in Cork city centre as part of the IndieCork Film Festival. This will be the first year of the festival which was set up by Mick Hannigan and Una Feely and promises to showcase the best in upcoming independent film. ‘IndieCork is the perfect festival for Trampoline to receive its World Premiere,’ says producer Claire Gormley. ‘We are thrilled to be getting such fantastic support and recognition from Mick, Una and all involved in the festival.’
More information on the film can be found at trampolinemovie.com