Sundance finished over the weekend and among the Irish representation was Ciaran Cassidy’s film ‘The Last days of Peter Berrmann’ which I had the great pleasure of cutting last year. By all accounts the film went down really well over there and Ciaran was delighted with the response. Now, there is an opportunity for people in Dublin to see the film.
It plays this Thursday, Jan 30th as part of Futureshorts in the Freemasons Hall, 17-19 Molesworth Street Dublin from 7-10.
After the screening there will be a Q&A with director Ciaran Cassidy and my good self. God help us!
Tickets are available for the event here
Ciaran recently took part in a fantastic interview with Amy O’Connor for Prowlster and you can read that piece here
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You can see a sneak peak inside this amazing venue with this gallery from the journal
Future Shorts is the largest short film network in the world and it is run in Dublin by Happenings and LeCool
The Winter Season they present to you has 6 films from France, Poland, Serbia, Finland & Afghanistan – it is going to be a truly international excursion into the world of shorts.
Emerge from the underground in search of a seed in Eduardo Williams’ “That I’m falling” I Que Je Tombe Tout le Temps (France, 2013), follow two Polish sisters while they seek out their mother in “Out of Reach” (Poland, 2011) by Jakub Stozek, and witness a rather unexpected incident at a convenience store in the animation “Blind Spot” (France, 2007). Directors Nedeljkovic & Majdak from Serbia take you on an extraordinary trip to Rabbitland (2012), while Jenny Toivoniemi shows you a date of a different kind in her film “The Date” (Finland, 2012) and finally Sam French invites you to join in the world of Afghanistan’s “Buzkhasi Boys” (Afghanistan, 2011) to see a different story of coming of age of two best friends.
For more on each of the films go here
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Wow, I’d love to see it. Looks great.