About Us

Founded in 2014, and growing to a weekend festival in 2017, The Still Voices Short Film Festival has established itself as one of Ireland's premier short film festivals. Based in Ballymahon, Co. Longford this year's festival takes place from August 15th-18th.

Now in its fifth year, Still Voices continues to grow from strength to strength. What started out as a small showcase for local filmmakers, has grown to a weekend festival screening the best of both Irish and international short films.

In addition to the short film competition, there will also be exciting panel discussions, Q&As, feature films and workshops for children and adults alike, all of which will make it an enjoyable weekend for filmmakers, film-lovers, and everyone in between.

2018 Programme 2017 Programme

No. of Submissions

450

Irish Short Films

18%

International Short Films

52%

Animated Short Films

14%

Non-Fiction Short Films

16%

Latest News

Check out our news section below for all the lastest updates on Still Voices 2019!

Ludo is Fantastic

Ludo is Fantastic Screening

  • Ronan O'Toole
  • 01 February, 2019

Still Voices presents Ludo is Fantastic, March 2nd.

2019 Oscar Nominations

2019 Oscar Nominations

  • Ronan O'Toole
  • 09 January, 2019

Late Afternoon and A Night at the Garden nominated for an Oscar!

2019 Submissions Call

2019 Submissions Call Now Open

  • Ronan O'Toole
  • 01 October, 2018

The submissions call for the 2019 Still Voices Short Film Festival is now Open!

FYI

Check below for more info on the festival, including official tickets and programme.

Tickets

Tickets go on sale at a later date

2019 Programme

Our Programme will be available at a later date

Supporters

Check out all the wonderful people and organisations who back and support the Still Voices Short Film Festival.

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Ballymahon

Located in the heart of the Irish midlands, Ballymahon plays host to Still Voices every August.

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Our Wonderful Partners

Without the support of these amazing organisations, Still Voices would not be possible.