Submissions for 2020 Now Open
Submission call for the Still Voices Short Film Festival 2020 now open!
When VIV a first year medical student at Trinity College Dublin takes a scalpel to a cadaver in her university anatomy room, she is propelled on a soul-searching, emotional and philosophical quest into the nature of what it means to be alive.
Oonagh Kearney has directed nine award-winning short films and one full-length documentary with the support of the Arts Council of Ireland, Screen Ireland, RTE, TG4, BRITDOC and the Wellcome Trust. Her work has screened and won awards at hundreds of film festivals as well as being programmed at the ICA, BFI, IFI and the Mexican and Romanian Cultural Institutes. Her films have been broadcast on RTE, TG4 and ARTE, and been distributed via the 2014 ‘Art on the London Underground’ Series, the Irish Access Cinema program, the Wellcome Trust educational programme, and the RTE and TG4 iPlayers.
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