Submissions for 2020 Now Open
Submission call for the Still Voices Short Film Festival 2020 now open!
At a bench, side-lined by the boys, soccer lover Megan strikes up a conversation with ballsy Neil. Little does she know this meeting Isn’t as coincidental as it appears.
Dublin native, Aisling has an honours degree in Video and film with the University of Wolverhampton. Her favourite aspects of the film-making process are idea creation, research and script- writing. Aisling's credits include : "Faith and rectitude" ( Sound recordist and designer, May 2015), "Cracked" (Boom operator, May 2016), and "The waltz" (Writer and director, Nov 2016). In 2017, her short "The waltz" made official selection and played at the 2nd annual Lady's first international film festival, Cork and the 11th annual River film festival, Padova, Italy.
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