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A Night of Short Films

  • Ronan O' Toole
  • July 02, 2019

A Night of Short Films - Athlone Screening - July 12th - 8pm

Still Voices Short Film Festival in partnership with Dead Centre Brewing and with the support of Westmeath County Council and Creative Ireland are delighted to announce a special screening of short films in Dead Centre Brewery, Custume Pier, Athlone at 8 pm on July 12th.

The films screening on the night include 2018 Still Voices Short Film Festival Award Winners:

  • Best Irish Film - Late Afternoon directed by Louise Bagnall
  • Best International Film - Wren Boys directed by Harry Lighton
  • Best Non-Fiction Film - I'm Free directed by Edvard Karijord & Bendik Mondal
  • Best Animated Film - Wicked Girl directed by Ayce Kartal
And we are delighted to present two films from local filmmakers:

  • 2018 Made in the Midlands Selection - Bungalow Bliss directed by Adrian Duncan
  • 2019 Made in the Midlands Selection - Uisce - AIT 3rd Year Animation directed by Hollie Murphy
This is a free event and will start at 8pm sharp. We hope to see you there.

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