More International Entries

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More international entries to the 2015 Short Film Awards have been received including our first entry from Iran. If you have a short film you would like to enter then check out the entry form and articles of submission on the website. @limerickfilm

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Limerick Post covers Competition

Limerick Post 13th November 2014

Limerick Post 13th November 2014

Thanks to Rose Rushe for the Article. @roserushe

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Press – Limerick Chronicle

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First International Short Received

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We were delighted to receive this week the first of what is hoped many international entries to the Short Film awards for 2015. Not only that it is the first entry received from Portugal.

More Soon.

Call for Entries 2015!

 

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Hello Everyone,

Everyone here at HQ in Limerick Institute of Technology is delighted to announce the dates for the 6th Limerick Film Festival as well as the Call for Entries into the annual Short Film Awards 2015.

As always we strive to keep the ethos of the festival focused on the film makers in all the disciplines and 2015 will be no different. While our team is working hard on the schedule of events for the programme we would like to put out the ‘CALL FOR ENTRIES’ for short films from local, national and international film makers.

The Entry Form and Articles for Submission are available form the ENTRY FORMS page on the website.

 April 23rd to 25th 2015 will be the festival dates with the festival finishing on Saturday evening, 25th April, with the annual Short Film Awards Show at the Millennium Theatre, Limerick Institute of Technology, Moylish, Limerick.

Once again we are delighted to be back and its all possible with the help of our sponsors and partners: LIT, Limerick City of Culture 2014, Whelan Cameras, Canon, Peli Ireland, The George Boutique Hotel, Behind the Scenes, Tyrell:CCT and Si-Fi.

More news and information on the festival programme as well as a few surprises in the weeks and months to come.

Looking forward to receiving your short films and seeing our friends and making new ones at the festival in 2015.

 

2015 Dates and Call For Entries to be announced!

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Millennium Theatre, Limerick Institute of Technology. Home of the Limerick Film Festival.

Hi everyone,

We are back and working hard on the details for the Call for Entries of the 2015 Short Film Awards for the 6th Annual Limerick Film Festival.

We are also finalizing the dates for the festival with our home venue, The Millennium Theatre at LIT and will be posting here on the website early next week.

Keep an eye on the twitter account (@limerickfilm) and the facebook page for additional info as it happens.

Looking forward to receiving new films from our returning film makers as well as new first time entries representing Local, National and International Film Makers.

More soon.

 

 

Dublin Screening for ‘The Suffering Kind’

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The Galway Film Fleadh screened short by Kevin Liddy and Edited by Simon McGuire; The Suffering Kind; will have a special screening on September 14th at the IFI in Dublin. Also to be screened will be Kevin’s award winning short ‘Horse’. Kevin and certain crew will be in attendance.

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Ireland on Sunday is our monthly showcase for new Irish film.

The Director, Kevin Liddy will participate in a post-screening Q&A.

In his long-awaited new work, The Suffering Kind, multi-award-winning director Kevin Liddy moves away from the stark Irish countryside which defined his earlier films (Horse, Soldier’s Song and Country) to an urban setting in upstate New York. Filmed by Oscar-nominated Declan Quinn, this intimate drama about an inner city priest and a sanitation worker trying to maintain his sobriety, is about the power of delusion and the longings that haunt us.

Kevin’s first cinema short, Horse, is a muscular, poetic evocation of 1960s rural Ireland about a father’s inability to communicate with his young son, magnificently photographed by Donal Gilligan.

 

THE SUFFERING KIND: 26 MINUTES, IRELAND-U.S.A., 2014, COLOUR,D-CINEMA HORSE: 30 MINUTES, IRELAND, 1993,COLOUR, 35MM

To Book tickets for this special screening please visit the IFI website HERE

 

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