IndieCork

| September 27, 2017 | Comments (0)

 

Beach Rats

Running the 8 – 15th of October, the fifth edition of  the IndieCork festival will screen more than 110 films, play host to the Visegrad Film Festival and feature a line-up of musicians. Along with this, the festival provides emerging filmmakers with opportunities to advance their work through workshops, talks and training.

Celebrating its fifth year, Una Feely, co-director of the festival said, “IndieCork set out to focus on the independent sector and little did we know at the time, just how vibrant and worthy of a festival independent production is. IndieCork has carved its niche and makes an important contribution to the Irish festival scene.”

 

Eliza Hittman’s Sundance award-winning film, Beach Rats, will open the festival on the 8th of October. Hittman is a festival favorite, as she screened the Irish premiere of her first film, It Felt Like Love during the first edition in 2013.

For the full programme listing and to purchase tickets visit IndieCork online and follow on Facebook and Twitter.

 

Irish Short Films Screening:

Anxiety High / Killian Petit
Assholio / Nathan Erasmus
The Box / Adam Collins
Boujeloud: Father Of Skins / Darragh McCarthy
A Break In The Clouds / Tristan Heanue
The Cloud Of Unknowing / Mike Hannon
Caoineadh Airt Uí Laoghaire / S H Bean
Casual / Kate Dolan
Clean My Bones / Ian Ruby
The Club – 30 Years On / A. Mackey & N. O’Driscoll
Dam / Michael Daly
Danny Boy / Liam O’Neill
Distant Anchors / Jessica Bonenfant Coogan
Doors / Barry Fahy
Drive / Alan Elbakidze
Ealadha – Hurricanes / Robert Halloran
Forever Young / Mike Hannon
Her Husband /Jack Lunt
Hum / Nathan Fagan
Idol / John Gleeson
Isla / Colm Anthony
Joe Searching / N. Reilly & V. Murray
Leap of Faith / Mark Smyth
Little Doll / Claire Nolan
The Long Wet Grass / Justin Davey
Markey’s Bad Week / Daniel Holmwood
Men Of Straw / Matt Sullivan
More Than This / Adrian Wojtas
A Munster Man / Aidan Louthe
Must Do Is A Good Master / Gerard McKenzie
Oh Brother / Mia Mullarkey
The Other / Ian Tierney
Peel / Annika Cassidy
The Penalty / Paddy O’Shea
Reach / John White
Refuge / Leticia Agudo
Remembering Christmas / James Scanlan
Rememberer / Carl Murphy, Nadege Dumont
Spike / Ian Tierney
Teddy And Martina / Shaun O’Connor
That Moment / Barbora Gajdosova
They Make You Grow A Beard / Anthony Kinsella
This Was Told To Me / Simon Aeppli
Throwline / Mia Mullarkey
Topographia Hibernica / Liza Bolton
Trespassers / Glenn Gannon
Trust / Niall Owens
25 Years Of Solitude / Declan Lynch
The White Rose / Emmet O’Brien

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