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September 9, 2008 at 9:28 am #4457SeanBreathnachKeymaster
‘Dreams’ the music vid for Valerie Hely is in there too. ” title=”Smile” />
www.seanbreathnach.comSeptember 10, 2008 at 2:06 am #4458
The website has been updated but still no listings
The programme brochure cover is online though.
[attachment=0:ff0jfu2b]cff.gif[/attachment:ff0jfu2b]September 10, 2008 at 9:47 am #4459
I have to say the artwork for the Cork Film Fest is always top notch – i think this one is particularily good – any ideas as to who does them – are they local?September 12, 2008 at 9:20 am #4460CantyMember
I think it was opened to the public this year to design the poster.September 12, 2008 at 7:08 pm #4461
website updated again
[quote:whp1g0wy]The (lengthy) process of viewing the many films submitted to the festival is nearing completion and we are now announcing the titles selected for this year’s festival.
The list of Irish shorts accepted for the National Short Film Competition will appear on the website on Monday 15th September. Additional Irish shorts may be may be invited to participate in other sections of the programme such as the ‘OutlLook’ programme and the ‘Through The Looking Glass’, young persons’ programme.
Shorts selected for the International Shorts Competition will be announced next week.
Shorts selected for Made In Cork programmes will be announced on Monday 15th September.
Titles of the selected documentaries and features will be posted from Monday 15th[/quote:whp1g0wy]September 12, 2008 at 7:40 pm #4462
Fingers and Toes crossed and best of luck to everyone !!September 16, 2008 at 5:18 pm #4463
Irish Entries COnfirmed so far
Atlantic [i:3f0f5koa]Conor Ferguson[/i:3f0f5koa]
Brixton Bob [i:3f0f5koa]Devin John Doyle[/i:3f0f5koa]
Countdown [i:3f0f5koa]David Tynan[/i:3f0f5koa]
Craic Whores [i:3f0f5koa]George Kane[/i:3f0f5koa]
Danger High Voltage [i:3f0f5koa]Luke McManus[/i:3f0f5koa]
The Door [i:3f0f5koa]Juanita Wilson[/i:3f0f5koa]
Egoist [i:3f0f5koa]Colin Downey[/i:3f0f5koa]
Enough [i:3f0f5koa]Barry Dignam[/i:3f0f5koa]
Fall [i:3f0f5koa]Paddy Jolley[/i:3f0f5koa]
Fetish Photography [i:3f0f5koa]Suzana Zalokar[/i:3f0f5koa]
God and Napoleon [i:3f0f5koa]Ciaran Deeney[/i:3f0f5koa]
Happy Hour [i:3f0f5koa]Barrie Dowdall[/i:3f0f5koa]
The Herd [i:3f0f5koa]Ken Wardrop[/i:3f0f5koa]
How Deep Is Your Love ? [i:3f0f5koa]Michael Lavelle[/i:3f0f5koa]
i [i:3f0f5koa]Ann Marie Brennan[/i:3f0f5koa]
The Linear Adventures Of Average Joe [i:3f0f5koa]Bryan O’Sullivan[/i:3f0f5koa]
Lowland Fells [i:3f0f5koa]Michael Kinirions[/i:3f0f5koa]
Martin [i:3f0f5koa]Sean Branigan[/i:3f0f5koa]
The Masterpiece [i:3f0f5koa] Maeve Clancy[/i:3f0f5koa]
Mona [i:3f0f5koa]Terry O Leary[/i:3f0f5koa]
The Morse Collectors [i:3f0f5koa]David Cooke[/i:3f0f5koa]
Mr. Crocodile In The Cupboard [i:3f0f5koa]Morgan Bushe[/i:3f0f5koa]
My Day [i:3f0f5koa]Eamonn O Neill[/i:3f0f5koa]
Of Best Intentions [i:3f0f5koa]Brian Durnin[/i:3f0f5koa]
The Rooster [i:3f0f5koa]Padraig Fagan[/i:3f0f5koa]
Sandpiper [i:3f0f5koa]Jimmy T. Murakami[/i:3f0f5koa]
Scratch [i:3f0f5koa]Niall Sheerin[/i:3f0f5koa]
64 Pirogues [i:3f0f5koa]Alice Bohl[/i:3f0f5koa]
Spaceman Three [i:3f0f5koa]Hugh O’Conor[/i:3f0f5koa]
Teddy Bear [i:3f0f5koa]David Tynan[/i:3f0f5koa]
Terminal Connection [i:3f0f5koa]Michael Fortune[/i:3f0f5koa]
Up For Air [i:3f0f5koa]Richie Conroy[/i:3f0f5koa]
Walking Dreams [i:3f0f5koa] Evan Barry[/i:3f0f5koa]
What You Didn’t Say [i:3f0f5koa]David Tynan[/i:3f0f5koa]
Worn [i:3f0f5koa]Rebecca Daly[/i:3f0f5koa]
James [i:3f0f5koa]Connor Clements[/i:3f0f5koa]September 16, 2008 at 5:20 pm #4464
Made In Cork Shorts
Made In Cork’
Afternoons With Johnny Maximilian Le Cain
Any Ol Ting Brian Connolly
Closure Chris O’Neill
Fingernails Liam Cotter
For Us Niall O’Keeffe
Friend Robert O’ Halloran
He Dies In The End Damian McCarthy
Hotstuff Neil Hurley
Kiely’s Last Day Ed Godsell
The Lake Gillian Knebel
Penny Patrick O’Shea
The Sign Patrick O’Shea
65 Mark Cogan
Ted Jackie Boland
Traces Maureen ConsidineSeptember 16, 2008 at 5:21 pm #4465
Congrats to Paddy for getting 2 shorts in the Fest !!
Top Stuff my man Top stuff !!September 16, 2008 at 6:08 pm #4466SeanBreathnachKeymaster
Fair play, Paddy! Nice job ” title=”Smile” />
www.seanbreathnach.comSeptember 16, 2008 at 8:13 pm #4467
well done to everyone that got into the Festival Programme!September 16, 2008 at 10:23 pm #4468
Wow can’t believe it! Was away from the computer all evening – couldn’t take the stress of it – just found out now and I’m delighted! It’s been 9 years since I had a film screened in Cork!
A seriously big thanks to everyone who worked on both films – session on!
and thanks for the well wishes guysSeptember 17, 2008 at 8:06 am #4469quinnyMember
well done Paddy!September 17, 2008 at 12:01 pm #4470"Pados":7f1jtabh wrote:It’s been 9 years since I had a film screened in Cork![/quote:7f1jtabh]
good things come to those who wait, and being a guest of the festival last year was one of my best experiences, you are in for a great week of it, make sure and free up as much time as you can during the fest.September 17, 2008 at 12:30 pm #4471
oh I’ve already cleared the week and can’t wait! cheers Dan!
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