The Bleeding Pig Film Festival is back for its third edition from Monday 10th to Wednesday 12th September in Keelings Pub of Donabate and will feature two nights of short films and one feature film.
The festival has teamed up with FilmBath in the UK and have awarded 60% of the films on the programme the F-Rating. This rating applies to any film which is written and/or directed by a woman. Tuesday night’s screening will be solely dedicated to F-rated films.
The festival will launch with an Opening Night reception at 6.45pm on Monday 10th September. Doors open each night at 7.20pm with screenings kicking off at 7.30pm sharp. Each screening will be followed by an informal Q&A with the filmmakers.
There will be a special screening of Frank Berry’s Irish prison drama Michael Inside on Wednesday 12th September. Starring newcomer Dafhyd Fylnn , Lalor Roddy and Moe Dunford, Michael Inside won Best Irish Film and New Talent Award at the Galway Film Fleadh 2017 and Best Film at the 2018 IFTA’s and has just been selected for the European Film Awards.
Frank Berry will attend the screening and will participate in an audience Q&A afterwards.
Doors open at 7.15pm and film programme starts at 7.30pm.
This year the Bleeding Pig Film Festival will screen a selection of student films from the BA Video and Film Degree course of Wolverhampton which is facilitated by Colaiste Dhulaigh College of Further Education in Kilbarrick. The students had the opportunity to be mentored by filmmaker Leticia Agundo and director Frank Berry (Michael Inside). The audience will vote on the Best Student Film and the winner will receive a €250 voucher for Film Equipment Hire Ireland.
Full details here
All screenings are free.