the yellow dress

The Yellow Dress

To help her mother regain her joie de vivre after having breast cancer Aisling, 14, sets her up on what she believes will be the 'perfect date'...


Director Bio

Although The Yellow Dress is her directorial debut, Deborah's screenwriting career began in 2013 with an Irish language short film entitled Lá Bréa Chuige (A Fine Day For It) It was broadcast on Irish television (TG4) and screened the following year at festivals both in Ireland and abroad. Since then she has worked on several feature scripts.

Info

  • Directed by:Deborah Grimes
  • Written by:Deborah Grimes
  • Produced by:Maggie Ryan & Escape Pod Media
  • Runtime:15 mins
  • Completion Date:March 8, 2020
  • Country of Origin:Ireland
  • Country of Filming:Ireland
  • Language:English
  • Category:Irish Live-Action
  • Selection:Main Competition - Programme 23
  • In Person Screening Time & Venue:Nov 7th Bridgeways Ballymahon 11am - 12pm
  • Online Screening TimeNov 7th 4pm - 10pm
  • Links: Twitter

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