July 9, 2010
Hot on the heels of our West Coast screening in the City of Tribes comes an east coast
event in Dublin’s cultural quarter, Temple Bar, which features a range of age
-friendly events, from live music to farmer’s markets, and from story-telling to film
The film screenings at La Dolce Vita, Cow’s Lane, Old City Area of Temple Bar
at 7 pm on Saturday 10th of July include ‘Blood Coloured Moon’ and the
Oscar Nominated Short ‘The Door’.
So come on down, and in the words of the event organisers;
‘Get a snapshot of the fantastic filmmaking talent at work in Ireland today.’
July 7, 2010
And so we go west. Another official selection for Blood Coloured Moon and this time it is Ireland’s most vibrant film festival, the Galway Film Fleadh (‘Fleadh’ pronounced Flah)
In the ‘height’ of the Irish Summer and leading into the world renowned Galway Arts Festival, the event is a perennial favorite with industry types, as well as, fun loving punters.
Director Marc-Ivan O’Gorman will be in attendance and is no stranger to the Fleadh, having previously screened his award-winning shortsTrick or Treat, Infected City and How Ganesh Got an Elephant’s Head there.
So join him, along with writer, Barry McKinley and producer, Gordon Murphy at the NEW IRISH SHORTS: DRAMA PROGRAMME, Galway Town Hall, Friday 9th July starting 10 am. Be there, or in the words of Oliver Cromwell, go to Hell.