‘Small Time’ takes Audience Award at Seattle’s Science Fiction + Fantasy Short Film Festival Seattle

 

Small Time  has won the Audience Award at the Science Fiction + Fantasy Short Film Festival (SFFSFF) in Seattle , where it played on Seattle’s largest screen to a sold out 800 seat Cinerama Theatre.

Small Time
DIR:  Ged Murray (12mins)

A time travel comedy starring Alan Stanford, Charlie Murphy and Vincent Browne.

Fail Safe Films

RTÉ/Filmbase funded

Synopsis:

Mankind now has the godlike power of time travel. Unfortunately it’s been discovered by a cocky, young student. When his college professor takes credit for the idea, both men begin using the invention for a small time rivalry.

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Filmbase/RTÉ Short Film Awards 2011 Deadline Announced

Filmbase and RTÉ have announced the deadline for the first round of the Filmbase/RTÉ Short Film Awards 2011. The deadline for the first round of the award has been and thus all applications must be at Filmbase by 5pm on Friday 25th of March. The award includes €10,000 which is paid towards the selected production and a matching level of production equipment and editing facilities supplied by Filmbase. Up to four awards will be made through this scheme in 2011 with another round later in the year.

The awards are the longest running funding scheme for short film production in Ireland and have funded over 100 short films in that time. Most recently, two projects were selected from over 190 applications sent in for the June 2010 round of the award. The chosen projects were Small Time, written and to be directed by Ged Murray and produced by Ian Hunt Duffy and The Question, written by Jessica O’Toole, to be directed by Danann Breathnach and produced by Anna Rogers. Both films will go in to production later this year.

More information on the award scheme, including the full guidelines and the application form, can be found at www.filmbase.ie/awards. All applicants to the award must be current members of Filmbase.

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