Saturday September 26th 2015

Schedule


18:00 Screening

VIP Screen at Movies@Swords.

Pavilions Centre, Swords, Co. Dublin.

The Hiding

Director: Sean Donnellan
Running Time: 13 x mins
The Hiding tells the story of a young man who is involved in a tragic accident and is faced with a decision that will change everything

Connecting Flights

Director: Arthur Gorissen
Running Time: 5 x mins
On a summer day Julia gets on a plane, on the way to her destination, not knowing what awaits her. Eduard is in a barbershop where the Barber is annoyed by a fly. The Barber tries to chase the fly away. At that moment, panic breaks loose on the plane…

@Home

Director: Liam Burke
Running Time: 12 x mins
A portrait of Melbourne’s ageing Irish community as they embrace social media to narrow the distance between Australia and Ireland.

Mouth Shut

Director: Anna Farré Anó
Running Time: 10 x mins
Emma is 15. Emma has a strong personality, which she doesn’t know how to manage. Today she got herself in troubles again, but in the principal’s office there are two people that she is not expecting: Her parents.

Muide Eire Nua

Director: Andrew Gallivan
Four artists/musicians from the vibrant LGBT community on what it is like to be gay in Ireland today.

ER und Sie

Director: Marco Gadge
Running Time: 15 x mins
Zipping down the freeway with all his worldly possesions a young man is devasted to get a call from his girlfriend saying she has decided to pull the plug on their plans, and on him. A chance encounter in a road side gas station with a game old bird enables him to gain a whole new realm of possibilties.

Back Pack

Director: Thorsten Wenning
Running Time: 82 x mins
In the thirst for adventure young teacher Daniel heads off on his first big journey around the world,  but he soon loses sight of his goals and finally of himself.


21:00 Screening

VIP Screen at Movies@Swords.

Pavilions Centre, Swords, Co. Dublin.

Brenda

Director: Matteo Bertoli
Running Time: 12 x mins
Brenda is an impactful buy valium medication short film set in the heart of Dublin about the tragic and final day in the life of a mother who is addicted to heroin. The story is told from the viewpoint of Brenda – the mother’s 8 year old daughter.

The Trouble With Lucie

Director: Lionel Kaplan
Running Time: 11 x mins
Lucie is an actress, but she wanted to be a director. She goes reluctantly to one of many casting calls. After the usual questions, her conversation goes wrong with the casting director, and turns into hostility. Until reality meets fiction. Or maybe it’s the other way round.

An Cat

Director: Helen Flanagan
Running Time: 13 x mins
A bereaved man is harassed by his late wife’s beloved pet cat.

Today

Director: Tristan Heanue
Running Time: 20 x mins
Today’ is a hard hitting drama about a man who wakes up one morning in his car, disorientated, with no recollection of how he ended up parked in the middle of nowhere. The harsh reality soon comes flooding back once he gathers his thoughts.

Deadly

Director: Aidan McAteer
Running Time: 9 x mins
Deadly tells the story of Boney, a working stiff in a dead-end job. That is until he has a run-in with a spirited old lady named Bridie…

The Kids from the Marx and Engels Street

Director: Nikola Vukcevic
Running Time: 96 x mins
Story about youth of two brothers: in the same night – older brother, Stanko (30), is going to kill a man for the first time – and his 16-years brother Vojo is going to make love for the first time. Many things between two brothers will cross them on that important night, and – will review the meanings of terms: family, trust, youth, loyalty and priority. What seems to be easy – it is not at all in Balkans … and what is the price of being filled with satisfaction?