Short Film

(15 mins)

In early 1900s Ireland, an alcoholic bareknuckle boxer and his manager travel the countryside from fight to fight, scraping a living from bets and the small purses on offer. The boxer is trying to save money to emigrate but he’s starting to suspect his manager, and best friend, is ripping him off.

Directed by Evin O’Neill  

(8 mins, animated)

The Lost Letter tells the tale of a young boy as he prepares his neighbourhood for Christmas. That is until he confronts the one lady who doesn't want the holiday to come at all. The determined boy does all he can to bring colour to her dreary world, only to discover the truth behind her lack of Christmas spirit.

Directed by Kealan O’Rourke

(20 mins)

Lily, a girl with a secret on the cusp of becoming a young woman, is faced with the greatest challenge.

Written by Graham Cantwell, Produced by Sharon Cronin 

(5:55, animated)

An Irish girl who lives with her father becomes enamored with Na Daoine Maithe, the Good People, but soon discovers her curiosity can have tragic consequences.

Directed by Katelyn Browne  


(5:55, animated)

Based on, you know - life.  We’ve all waited for ‘the one’. The one who catches our eye, the one who keeps our interest, the one who won’t expect us to trudge down that conventional path. Annie Waits tells the story of lust and disappointment, as a twenty-something waits for her adult life to begin.

Directed by Marnie Paxton-Harris  

Saturday September 2

  • 1600 4:00pm-5:00pm Film Stage