Fingal Film Festival Schedule has arrived

The Fingal Film Festival was launched in September of 2012 and has run every year since. The festival endeavours to place a spotlight on local independent filmmaking by screening locally produced films, running workshops with some industry bigshots and celebrating the diversity of cinema by screening some national and foreign films. The schedule for this Year’s festival has just been announced, check it out below.

Friday 30th September

10:00 am – 1:00 pm (9:30 registration) Animation Workshop: Stephen Fagan –Treehouse Republic Animation.

6:00 pm Screening (139 mins)

A Beautiful Death – Irish Documentary Fumes – UK Short Film Who doesn’t have a dark side? – French Short Film Cousins – Irish Student Film (DIT) Risky Game – German Short Murphy’s law – Canadian Feature Documentary directed by Megan Murphy
Opening Night

Premiere Screening 9:00 pm (115 mins)


Eye for an Eye – German Animation


Deirdre – Irish Short Film

Cardboard Gangsters – Irish Feature Film directed by Mark O’Connor


Saturday 1st October

10:00 am – 1:00pm (9:30 am registration) Sound Design Workshop: Room Multi-Oscar winning Feature Film case study

Speakers: Screenscene’s Niall Brady and Steve Flanagan of Ardmore

Special 1916 Screening 5:00 pm Summon Her Children – Short A Soldier Rising – Short Proclaim – Short The Wind That Shakes the Barley – Feature Film directed by Ken Loach

9:00 pm Screening (113 mins)

The Sweetest Thing – Irish Student Film Tandem – Spanish Short Film Little Flower – Irish Student Animation (Coláiste Dhulaigh) Maidhm – Irish Scannáin na hÉireann Short Smoke City – Irish Animation Short South – Irish Feature Film directed by Gerard Walsh


Sunday 2nd October

3:00 pm Screening (128 mins) Family Portrait – Irish Student Short (DKIT) Russian Roulette – UK Short Kukuschka – Russian Animation Short Astrid – Spanish Short More than a Barber Shop –Irish Short In Dialogue – Irish Feature Documentary directed by Xuban Intxausti
6:00 pm Screening (138 mins) Junk Girl – Iranian Animation Short Wojtek – Polish Short Tearmann – Scannáin na hÉireann (Irish) Mama Ler I Skuffen – German Short Rapto – Irish Student Short (ITB) Atlantic – Irish Feature Documentary directed by Risteard O’Domhnaill

9:00 pm Screening (147 mins)

11 Years – German Student Short (Ohm University) The Shed – Irish Documentary Short The Cabinet Decision – German Animation Coming to Terms – Spanish Student Short (NYFA) Hamburgo – German Short Where to Miss? – German Feature Film directed by Blanca Laschalt


About Jess Dunne

Jess is an English with Film grad with a healthy respect for the big Blockbusters and other such entertainment 'fluff'. Who says pleasures have to be guilty?

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