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Irish Short Films – Programme 2

Sunday 3rd December

Regent Street Cinema, 12:45

Cert 15. A second celebration of this year’s finest Irish Short Films from well-known and new Irish filmmakers.

Line-up: Tit for tat, Inbox, FERN, A Break in the clouds, PEEL, Inhale and Throwline

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2017 / 20mins / Dir & Prod: Mairéad Ní Thréinir

Tit for Tatt follows the experiences of two breast cancer survivors who were inspired to mark their battles by getting tattoos on their surgery scars, transforming themselves, physically and psychologically.

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2017 / 7:30min / Dir: B Welby Delimere / Prod: Helen Gladders

When an agoraphobic gets his post delivered by a socially anxious post-woman, a strange and quirky date occurs through the letterbox. Starring Rory Fleck Byrne (Harlots) and Charlie Murphy (Peaky Blinders).

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2017 / 6mins / Dir: Johnny Kelly / Prod: Greet Kallikorm

A woman loses her husband, and finds a potted plant.

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2017 / 19:30mins / Dir & Prod: Tristan Heanue / Prod: Paddy Slattery

A young couple struggle to adjust to life following the birth of their first child.



2016 / 7:30mins / Dir & Prod: Miles Forster

The tale of happy-go-lucky Edel whose neurotic mind chatter audibly navigates her journey. While she meets a series of strangers; will she follow her heart or her head...

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2017 / 8:30mins / Dir & Prod: Annika Cassidy

PEEL is a raw, powerful short film that captures the painful effects of alcoholism on a family, as witnessed through the eyes of those who pick up the pieces.



2017 / 16mins / Dir: Sean Mullan / Prod: Chris Martin

Through horses, a man feels an irrepressible duty to move in harmony with his pain. A film exploring the infinite momentum of life via an energy never destroyed, only transformed.

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2017 / 14mins / Dir & Prod: Mia Mullarkey

A group of taxi drivers in Kilkenny, Ireland, join together to form a suicide prevention group. Uniquely positioned to patrol the night, the drivers keep vigil over the city's streets and bridges and offer help to those who feel forlorn.