‘Tríd an Stoirm’, Fred Burdy’s animated seven-minute short film, tells the story of a young woman trying to bring her drowned husband back from the dead. For that, she’ll face a Banshee and will go on a harrowing journey into the Otherworld.
Set in the 1970s, Tart tells the story of Sean an Alzheimer’s patient, who is remembering his life through flashbacks.
Two couples meet at a gallery opening. There’s a definite flicker of chemistry between old flames Jim and Clare, but the end result of this casual encounter is a bit unexpected.
‘Eat the Danger’ has been selected for screening this week at the prestigious Annecy International Animated Film Festival in the Graduate Films Competition.
As Bloomsday strides towards us, here’s a chance to enjoy ‘Pitch N Putt With Beckett And Joyce.’
‘Rest My Bones’ showcases Cork filmmaking talent.
‘Ceol’, a short film produced by some young Carlow filmmakers over the past year is premiering this Saturday, 15th June, in the George Bernard Shaw Theatre as part of Carlow Arts Festival.
A beautiful short film accompanying Nuala Ní Dhomhnaill’s reading of her poem.
A young boy steals away from a wake and encounters a solitary mourner reminiscing by a lone beehive — the dead man’s son, who has only begun to realise what traditions may have died with his father.
With Ruairí Robinson’s feature-film debut Last days on Mars screening at this year’s Cannes Film Festival, here’s a chance to catch his headtickling short film ‘Blinky™’.