The iffy Short Film Festival returns this July

Last November saw the first edition of the iffy Short Film Festival, a bite-sized selection of shorts for Liffey-side lovers of film. The festival will be making its return early next month, with another batch of movie bouches. A festival that embraces and celebrates the potential and power of the short film on its own merits, iffy will be returning for its 3rd edition in the coming weeks, with 9 films to be shown in total.

On Saturday 6th of July the iffy Film Festival will be back in the Pearse Centre Theatre on Pearse Street for another carefully curated selection of short films. Since beginning in the hopes of provoking more discussion and more attention for short films, the festival has provided an outlet for the work of emerging talents, and good post-screening chats about the selections over a drink, always something to be celebrated in the fair city of film. The evening will begin at 7pm with a reception with a free glass of wine or hot chocolate provided for all attendees, followed by the screening at 7:30pm. The screening will run for about an hour and a half, with limited seating available.

The programme of shorts selected has been announced, and you can see the full list below. A range of emerging Irish talents will be on display throughout the evening, as well as new names from abroad, and events like this are a vital showcase of their talents. More info about shorts screened previously by iffy is available here.

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Helin

Written and Directed by Remi Mazet Produced by Marie Dubois

New Year

Written and Directed by Rory Waudby-Tolley and Diana Gradinaru Produced by Becky Perryman

Somebody, Somewhere, Who Looks After Critters

Directed by Sarah Ingersoll Produced by Sarah Ingersoll, Joseph Ingersoll and Dave Leahy

The Cocaine Famine

Directed Sam McMullen Written by Brian Martin

The Five Obstructions

Written and Directed by Steve Gunn

The Man Who Shot The Ket

Written and Directed by Rian Lennon Produced by Larry Cowan

The Shift

Directed by Megan K. Fox Written by Máiread Kiernan Produced by Karen Twomey

Vegetable

Written and Directed by Mícheál Fleming Produced by Mícheál Fleming and Chloe Commins

Do-ji-le?

Written and Directed by Tzu-Hsin (Cindy) Yang

 

 

Tickets for this short film festival cost €10.85 and are available now from Eventbrite here.

About Luke Dunne

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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