December 13, 2009 at 12:34 pm #1758DanMember
This year has certainly been a difficult one, especially for film. Recession, depression doom and gloom have dominated. In Cork however the trend was bucked and a great selection of top quality shorts were made.
The standard in the Made in Cork Section of the Cork Film Festival was very high this year, and a number of egomotion members had films screened in it. A number of filmmakers with equally good films missed out though. For that reason we decided a screening night should be held, to celebrate the quality , talent and diversity of Cork films.
That night is the 19th of December, the venue is the Pavilion (Corks oldest cinema and now an excellent night venue) the programme includes:
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The time is 7.30. The cost is €5. The craic will be mighty and the club after is free for all who attend the screening. It has to be over 18’s though, because it’s a bar and because some of the films might not be suitable for younger viewers.
We hope to see as many of you as possible for this one, it’s Christmas, and it’s going to be a cracker. If you don’t make it though, [b:3vu4yvez]Happy Christmas and a prosperous New year[/b:3vu4yvez][/color:3vu4yvez], and hopefully we’ll see you at the next one.December 13, 2009 at 1:25 pm #6024PadosMember
Nice one lads – fair play – really looking forward to this – great venue, should be a great night out for the chrimbo!!!!December 14, 2009 at 11:51 am #6025SeanMember
Did you forward this to stevie yet ?December 14, 2009 at 5:45 pm #6026101stairborneMember
the weekend warrior crew( ww2 allied re-enactment group) will be comming to the screening. some will come in uniform for the crack. see ye satDecember 14, 2009 at 7:14 pm #6027SeanBreathnachKeymaster
Fair play, lads! It’ll be a great night ” title=”Smile” />
www.seanbreathnach.comDecember 20, 2009 at 10:23 am #6028101stairborneMember
i must say myself and the lads from Wargroup had a great night, the shorts were brill.
a special thanks to Dan for doing the weekend warriors we all thought it was class and a job well done.
look forword to working with ye again
colmDecember 22, 2009 at 4:29 pm #6029DanMember
Thanks to everyone who could make it on such short notice, and a special thanks to all the filmmakers
Below is a list of the films screened and their corresponding directors or print contacts,
1. Enemies (trailer) – myself or Sean Breathnach
2. Park Attack – Martin Condon & Alan Riordon
3. Car Park – Gemma (the stub online) or Fiona (aka Teatowel)
4. Kissing Racheal – Jason Keane
5. The Wrong Turn – Donnagh McCarthy Morrogh – Stormlight productions
6. The Tunnel – Paddy O’Shea
7. Breakfast – Eoin Ó HAnnracháin
8. Weekend Warriors – myself
9. Let Mr Blue Sky in – myself, Paraic, Adrian, Amy
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