20th Titanic International Filmfestival

Irish Shots

Ireland, 2010-2013
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Irish Shots

Ireland, 2010-2013
Directors: Tony Donoghue, Domhall Gleeson, Conor Finnegan, Lorcan Finnegan, Jessica Kennedy, Kris Kelly, Andrew Legge, Peter McDonald, John McIlduff, Barry Gene Murphy, Kealan O'Rourke, Nicky Phelan,
116 min.

Granny O’Grimm’s Sleeping Beauty (2010, Nicky Phelan, animation, 6 min.) Granny O'Grimm tells her version of Sleeping Beauty to her terrified granddaughter.

Foxes (2011, Lorcan Finnegan, drama, 15 min.) A young couple trapped in a remote estate of empty houses and shrieking foxes are beckoned from their isolation into a twilight world.

Irish Folk Furniture (2012, Tony Donoghue, animation, 8 min.) An animated documentary about repair and recycling in an Irish village.

The Boy in the Bubble (2011, Kealan O’Rourke, animation, 8 min.) Ten year Rupert falls hopelessly in love. then invokes a spell to shield him from emotion forever.

Noreen (2011, Domhnall Gleeson, drama, 18 min.) Two policemen learn life lessons on a house-call in rural Ireland. They’re both alone. They’re both idiots.

The Girl with the Mechanical Maiden (2012, Andrew Legge, 15 min.) An inventor takes an unorthodox approach to childrearing.

Fear of Flying (2012, Conor Finnegan, animation, 9 min.) A small bird with a fear of flying tries to avoid heading south for the winter.

Motion Sickness (2012, Jessica Kennedy and John McIlduff, dance, 10 min.) A dance film exploring ideas of need, rejection, and escape.

Here to Fall (2011, Kris Kelly, animation, 7 min.) A girl falls through darkness.  A digital signal holds her, dropping her to a city's rooftops that builds around her.

Two Wheels, Good (2012, Barry Gene Murphy, docu-animation, 9 min.) Combining live action and animation, four inspiring veterans celebrate life in the saddle.

Pentecost (2010, Peter McDonald, drama, 11 min.) When Damian is forced to serve as an altar boy at an important mass in his local parish he faces a difficult choice: religion or football?

07-04 14:00

13-04 14:30



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