Dublin Animation Film Festival celebrates its 10th edition October 2020

There is a richly talented animation industry in Ireland as well as a base of film fans who appreciate the unique artistry the filmmaking format has to offer.  With the support of animation industry folks and local groups, the Dún Laoghaire-based Dublin Animation Film Festival has a strong tradition of celebrating the best of animation at home and abroad. The tenth edition of the festival is set to stream online in the coming days.

Following a call for submissions in the summer, DAFF 2020 is set to go ahead with an all-online edition on October 24th – 26th. With the support of the Eventive programme for film festivals, this year the Dublin Animation Film Festival will offer a range of short animated films, showcasing local talents on the up.

The following animators and studios have had their short films Officially Selected:

Brother Ezekiel – directed by Leon Elliot, Boulder Media.

Rawr – directed by Sorcha McGlinchey, Sorcha Cartoons.

Streets of Fury – directed by Aidan McAteer.

The Voyage – directed by Jessica Patterson, Jam Media.

Wear and Tear – directed by Rory Kerr.

Tot – directed by Tom Getty, Aimee Kirkham Priester, Fiona McLauglin, Taunt Studios.

Far Isle – directed by Laura Robinson, Paper Owl Films.

Wargame – directed by Blayne Fitzpatrick

To the Stars – directed by Lindsey Adams, Daily Madness Productions.

Mourning Murder – directed by Liam Fahy

Girl and Robot – directed by Rory Kerr.

Passes to watch everything on during the festival are available now for €9. Note that movies are geo-blocked, and can only be watched in the Republic of Ireland or Northern Ireland. Let us know if you’re tuning in this coming Saturday, Sunday and Monday to take in the latest in Irish animation at the Dublin Animation Film Festival 2020. 

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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