Laoisa Sexton short film I didn’t… I wasn’t…I amn’t has been selected for the Manchester Film Festival, screening on March 4 at 6pm.

Starring Aidan Gillen, Neili Conroy and  Laoisa Sexton, the film is a social realistic, dark blue un-romantic comedy set in Dublin. The film explores the social contract of human endeavour between men and women in the paradox of modern life, and the thirst for human connection as we follow one woman’s desire to attain it.

This is Laoisa’s debut film, which she wrote, directed and performs in. It was financed by a crowdfunding campaign, on a minuscule budget. The production took place over a period of five days in Dublin. The film was shot by Irish cinematographer Trevor Murphy.

The film is also set to screen at Dingle International Film Festival on March 23rd @ 7:30pm.

 

 

 

 

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