Tyre Kickers

A determined Barry scours the length and breadth of the country trying to find a Ford Capri. Not just any Capri, specifically the high spec model his father had to sell when his mother fell pregnant with him.

Director Bio

Danny directed for the first time when studying TV Production. With everyone focused on camera or sound, this freed Danny to direct all their student projects culminating in him winning his first award for Beans at the SMEDIA's [National Student Media Awards]. The short was screened at the Galway Film Festival later that year.


  • Directed by:Danny McCafferty
  • Written by:Lee Crowley & Alan Carrol
  • Produced by:Lee Crowley, Liam Kearney & Orla Clancey
  • Runtime:12 mins
  • Country of Origin:Ireland
  • Country of Filming:Ireland
  • Language:English
  • Category:Irish Live-Action
  • Selection:Main Competition - Programme 21
  • In Person Screening Time & Venue:Nov 6th Dead Centre Brewery Athlone 5 - 6pm
  • Online Screening TimeNov 7th 10am - 10pm
  • Links: IMDB Twitter

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Still Voices 2021 Programme Announced

  • Ronan O'Toole
  • 15 September, 2021

The full programme for the 2021 Still Voices Film Festival has been announced.

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Terence Davies & Pat Collins Directing Masterclass

  • Ronan O'Toole
  • 22 September, 2021

Terence Davies & Pat Collins Directing Masterclass at Still Voices 21

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Terence Davies to Attend Still Voices 21

  • Ronan O'Toole
  • 22 September, 2021

Acclaimed Director Terence Davies to attend Still Voices Film Festival 2021.


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