Memory Room & Floating Structures

Memory Room

1946, a young forester was dispatched to the north of Finland to find trees large enough to serve as electricity poles in Ireland. 22mins

Floating Structures

Feargal Ward and Adrian Duncan’s film follows a researcher travelling across Europe, exploring an array of buildings and structures that seem other-worldly. Drawing on the ideas and visions of the great Irish engineer Peter Rice, they explore the hinterlands that gave rise to these structures. Wandering from a quiet Bavarian town, to the streets of Paris, to the city of Seville, our past is sifted through and interlinked with precision and wonder.

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Followed by Q&A with Director Adrian Duncan

Adrian Duncan

Adrian is an Irish artist and writer. His debut novel “Love Notes from a German Building Site” was published by the Lilliput Press in 2019. His feature-length documentary Floating Structures, co-directed with Feargal Ward, premiered at the Dublin International Film Festival 2019.


  • Directed by:Feargal Ward & Adrian Duncan
  • Written by:Feargal Ward & Adrian Duncan
  • Country:Ireland
  • Date:August 18th
  • Time:10:45am Doors:10:25
  • Runtime:64mins
  • Venue:Bog Lane Theatre
  • Admission:€10
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The day is here!!!

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  • 15 August, 2019

Still Voices Short Film Festival 2019 is here!!!

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Official Programme 2019

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  • 22 July, 2019

Still Voices Official Programme 2019

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2019 Programme Launch

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  • 05 July, 2019

Still Voices 2019 Programme Launch - Wilder & Gold


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