Date: Friday 24th March
Venue: St. James’ Church
Cost: €8
Time: 3pm
Format: Live Action Shorts Programme (Total 95mins)


Boat People
Director/Writer: Paul Meschùh
Producer: Therese Seemann
On his journey from Somalia to Europe, shipwrecked Moussa is picked up by a wealthy couple on their luxurious catamaran. The young man is the only survivor of a disaster in the Mediterranean Sea, and asks Hannes and Gerlinde to smuggle him across the border. Questioning Moussa’s true intentions, the yacht owners are torn between mistrust, fear, and the urge for helping a fellow human being.

Love is a Sting
Director: Vincent Gallagher
Writer: Benjamin Cleary
Producer: Ian Hunt Duffy
Written by Academy Award® Winner Benjamin Cleary.
‘Love is a Sting’ tells the story of struggling children’s book writer Harold Finch. At his lowest point, Harold gains an unexpected house guest in the form of an ageing, hyper-intelligent mosquito named Anabel. Anabel has literally been the fly on the wall throughout history, but has never managed to communicate with a human being. She will attempt to do so now, even if it kills her, and teach Harold that the smallest voice can make the biggest noise.

Forest of Echoes
Director: Luz Olivares Capelle
Producers: Olivares Capelle, Grummer, Kato, Váncsa, Thaler
A teenager, Christina, loses her friends in the forest and finds the bodies of three drowned kids on the shore of a lagoon. Deep in the woods, three kids are playing around a lake when they find a drowned woman drifting in the water. What is real and what is a mirage? Who is dreaming, and who is being dreamed?

Director/Writer: Brian Petsos
Producers: Brian Petsos, Cary Flaum, Milos S. Silber, Todd Wiseman, Jr.
An origin story, of sorts – ‘Lightningface’ stars Oscar Isaac as Basil Stitt, who in the aftermath of an inexplicable incident, decides to sequester himself inside his apartment, setting the stage for a profound transformation.

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