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Eamonn O'Neill, 10 minutes, 2012

Youth goes awry in this animated short which follows the diverging paths two young friends take in life. As Joe comes home with his girlfriend and is welcomed by town and family, childhood partner-in-crime Neil has a less glamourous life,…

Lily

Graham Cantwell, 22 minutes, 2016

The tale of an adolescent girl with a secret, on the cusp of becoming a young woman. In the wake of a violent and vicious homophobic attack, she is faced with the greatest challenge of her young life. Available as…

Lint

Lisa O'Sullivan, 3 minutes, 2018

Exploring the strange limbo state we experience in the aftermath of a breakup, Lint follows one person's bizarre attempt at regaining some sense of normality.

Lipservice

Paul Mercier, 18 minutes, 1998

The “oral Irish”, a compulsory state exam in the Irish language is satirised in this short from Paul Mercier. Sean McGinley plays the examiner who encounters the exam’s absurdities, as he tests students whose talent in the language ranges from…

London Suite

Vivienne Dick, 28 minutes, 1988

A chorus of London voices come together to offer a snapshot of the city in the 1980s in this typically bold film from Vivienne Dick. Diverse figures describe and depict their ordinary lives, with a remarkable realism achieved through Dick’s…

The Lost Letter

Kealan O'Rourke, 8 minutes, 2017

When a young boy asks Santa Claus for the ultimate gift, he sets out to prepare the entire neighbourhood for the big day. But the boy’s plans are turned upside down when he meets the one lady who doesn’t want…

Lost Memories

Eamonn Murphy, 1 mintues, 2017

Sean races against the clock to his mother's deathbed while dealing with inter-family politics over the phone.

Lotus

Glenn Marshall, 3 minutes, 2003

A short film eschewing conventional narrative and providing instead a rich sensual  experience, Lotus uses computer animation to depict ethereal patterns, resembling unfolding lotus flowers, playing out against a dark background. An ambient soundtrack is used to heighten a sense…

Low Tide

Ian Hunt Duffy, 14 minutes, 2019

Jack is excited about heading out to sea on a fishing trip. But things take a sudden dark turn when his dad stops the boat and tellsJack that they have hit a monster. What Jack sees in the water will…

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