Back to Front back at the Stella


Returning to the Stella later this month is the short film series Back to Front, the selection taking place this November 23rd this time in aid of LauraLynn. Seven short films by Irish directors will be screened on the day, with all proceeds going to the children’s hospice.

The Kitchen Collective will be hosting their short film screening in the Stella Theatre in the Devlin Hotel in Ranelagh, showcasing local talents including Lochlainn McKenna, Emmet Duffy and more in the second Back To Front screening. The event will provide a platform for people that working in the film industry in various departments to showcase their work, with screenings taking place at 2pm and 4pm on Sat November 23rd.

All ticket costs will be donated to the Laura Lynn Children’s Hospice. LauraLynn’s mission is to provide a Community of Care that delivers evidence-based, personalised services to children with palliative care needs, complex care needs and complex disabilities, while also providing family support services and a home to our residents where quality-of-life is paramount.

Making up the second screening of Back to Front is:

Jonathan Farrelly // Leap of Faith

Dee Mulrooney // Driftwood Man

Kev Cahill // More than God

Emmet Duffy // Juncture

Lochlainn McKenna // Daithi – My Darkest Moments

Bob Gallagher // Girl Band – Shoulderblades

Bob Gallagher // Salon

Tickets for this event cost €10 and are available now from Eventbrite.

Luke Dunne
About me

Luke is a writer, film addict and Dublin native who loves how much there is for film fans in his home county. A former writer for FilmFixx and the Freakin' Awesome Network, he founded Film In Dublin to pursue his dual dreams of writing about film and never sleeping ever again.

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