still voices 2019

Still Voices Short Film Festival 2019

  • Ronan O' Toole
  • August 15, 2019

The day is here!!! Still Voices Short Film Festival 2019 kicks off!!!

The day is finally here!! After months and months of planning Still Voices Short Film Festival 2019 finally kicks off. The Festival launches with an amazing children's' animation workshop held by local animator Mary Smyth.

That's followed by the amazing cluster project animations produced by three Longford primary schools.

Our out of competition short films follow closely after and the day is wrapped with an amazing screening of The Lonely Battle of Thomas Reid in St. Catherine's Church.

It promises to be an amazing weekend of cinema and fun for everyone and we hope you can join us here in sunny Ballymahon!

For more info on the festival and screenings, you can find our programme here and purchase tickets here.

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Submissions for Still Voices 21 Now Open

  • Ronan O'Toole
  • 01 October, 2020

Submissions for the Still Voices Short Film Festival 2021 are now open!


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


Tickets will be made available at a later date.

2021 Programme

Our 2021 Programme will be announced at a later date.


Check out all the wonderful organisations whose support makes Still Voices possible each year.

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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.