2018 Award Winners

Still Voices 18 - Award Winners

  • Ronan O' Toole
  • Aug 20, 2018

The Winners of our Short Film Competition Have Been Announced!!!

After an amazing weekend of films, our judges have chosen the 2018 Award Winners. Congratulations to all the filmmakers and a massive thank you to everyone who submitted their work to Still Voices Short Film Festival 2018. We can't wait to see more amazing films when our call for submissions opens on October 1st. The winning films are listed below:

  • Best Irish Film - Late Afternoon - Director: Louise Bagnall
  • Best International Live-Action Short Film - Wren Boys- Director: Harry Lighton
  • Best Animated Short Film - Wicked Girl- Director: Ayce Kartal
  • Best Non-Fiction Short Film - I'm Free- Director: Edvard Karijord & Bendik Mondal

Latest News

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Call of the Forest Screening

  • Ronan O'Toole
  • 07 December, 2020

Still Voices Presents a Special Screening of Call of the Forest in partnership with Whose Woods These Are Tree Festival.

2020 award winners

Submissions for Still Voices 21 Now Open

  • Ronan O'Toole
  • 01 October, 2020

Submissions for the Still Voices Short Film Festival 2021 are now open!

2020 award winners

2020 Award Winners Announced!

  • Ronan O'Toole
  • 16 August, 2020

Still Voices Short Film Festival 2020 Award Winners Announced!

FYI

Check below for more info on the festival, including official tickets and programme.

Tickets

As this year's festival is online, no tickets will be sold. The online short film competition will be free.

2020 Programme

You can download our 2020 Programme here.

Supporters

Check out all the wonderful people and organisations who support the Still Voices Short Film Festival.

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Ballymahon

Located in the heart of the Irish midlands, Ballymahon plays host to Still Voices every August.

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Our Wonderful Partners

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