Documentary Shorts Award

All entries in the programme of short documentaries will be competing for the Best Short Documentary Award
FALL INTO HALF-ANGEL Director: Roisin Loughney
Exploring the unique relationship between two trapeze artists and their physical and emotional journey together. 7mins

FIPA Film Festival 2003 (Not in Competition)
4 film students, funded by the Irish Film Institute were brought over to the FIPA Film Festival in Biarritz. This is their perspective. 10mins

THE STREET Director: Liam Nolan
Moore Street, one of Dublin’s most famous streets, is coming under threat with a shopping mall development planned to replace its vibrant culture. 26mins

JENNIE BALFE Director: Andrew Keogh
There’s a girl called Jennie Balfe who writes her name all over Dublin 8.We decided to see if we could find her and give her a 25 pound ham. 20mins

YOU NEED LOVE Director: Aine Ni Fhaolain
Short Documentary about the war in Iraq and the anti-war movement. 7mins

HIGH FLYERS Director: Jean Devlin
An assessment of how two Special Olympics athletes live with Downs Syndrome and how sport plays a large role in their lives. 26mins

THE SACRED AND THE PROFANE Director: Jennifer Keegan
The Sacred and The Profane explores the world of contemporary pilgrims, seeking out the sacred in Ibiza and the profane in Lourdes. 3mins

SCREAM Director: Simon Hudson
Ever look into the mouth of hell, into the abyss of addiction and the loneliness of abuse? Watch here and you will find it staring right back at you. 12mins

A comic and unusual look at the rise and fall of legendary Cork punk outfit,The Sultans of Ping. 27mins

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