Submissions for Still Voices 21 Now Open
Submissions for the Still Voices Short Film Festival 2021 are now open!
Over the course of her 21st Birthday, Ava explores the grief felt by the loss of her twin sister and attempts to overcome it. A musing on emotions still present and those lost, and a remembrance of a constant reminder.
Ciarán’s 2014 short, ‘I’ve Been a Sweeper’, starring Eamon Morrissey, created a buzz on the festival circuit, leading to the GFC/RTÉ funded follow-up, 'The Great Wide Open'. Starring John Kavanagh, the short earned the ‘60th Cork Film Festival ‘Cork Short Award’, and an IFTA nomination. In 2015, Ciarán became a Warner Bros. Screenwriting Scholar at the National Film School. In 2019, Ciarán directed his third short - the SI funded 'TWIN'.
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