Action, comedy, animation, drama – expect this and more from Short Shorts from Europe Film Festival – a selection of European short films from the home countries of ten members of EUNIC Ireland (European Union National Institutes for Culture).

Let Austria, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Poland, Portugal, Spain and the UK entertain you with a variety of genres from contemporary, cutting-edge filmmakers. Cork International Film Festival, the IFI and Limerick School of Art and Design will also present short films from Ireland on the programme.

EUNIC Ireland will present a selection of European short films from their home countries at the Irish Film Institute on November 2nd at 6.00pm.

After the screening the audience will be asked to vote for their favourite film via their smartphone.

This is a private event, admission is free, and booking is through

This event is brought to you by the EUNIC Ireland network which is composed of: Alliance Française/ the French Embassy, the Austrian Embassy, the British Council, the Bulgarian Embassy, Culture Ireland, the Goethe-Institut, the Greek Embassy, the Instituto Cervantes/Spanish Agency for the International Cooperation and Development (AECID), the Istituto Italiano di Cultura, the Polish Embassy, the Embassy of Portugal/ Camões Instituto da Cooperação e da Língua Portugal/ Agência da Curta Metragem, Romanian Embassy and Swiss Embassy; in association with the Irish Film Institute, Cork International Film Festival, Pálás Cinema Galway, the Limerick School of Art and Design (LIT) & the Richard Harris International Film Festival.

EUNIC – European Union National Institutes for Culture – is the European network of organisations engaging in cultural relations. It advocates a prominent role of culture in international relations and is a strategic partner of the EU.

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In line with government guidelines, we currently hope to move to 100% cinema capacity from October 22nd, in which case allocated seating will no longer be in place in screen.

The IFI is supported
by The Arts Council

Arts Council of Ireland