IFI Documentary Festival: SHORTS PROGRAMME

A finger on the pulse of contemporary, short form, documentary filmmaking in Ireland.

Michael MacBroom’s It Came From Comber offers a lavishly clip-filled portrait of legendary B-movie director Roy Spence; Sean Mullan and Michael Barwise’s Billy Willy forms a journey through memory and the world of jazz;  Dianne Lucille Campbell’s experimental exploration of the sighthound in El Hor; Peter Kilmartin’s story of triumphant romance against the odds in The Sunny Side Up; a group of students rise to the challenge of teenage motherhood in Nodlag Houlihan’s Reality Baby; and Paul Webster crafts a narrative on church, state and vigilantism in The Vasectomy Doctor.

The Irish Shorts Programme Audience Award, presented at the screening, is kindly supported by ScreenScene.

The festival is also generously supported by Dublin Port Company and Fatser Currie, a short taken from the Dublin Port Company Heritage Collection, will screen during the adjudication. You can see more here.

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Screening as part of the 2019 IFI Documentary Festival, 25th – 29th September. Full details here.

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