The Peculiar Crime of Oddball Mr. Jay

In a city where Nature has been forbidden, a small crime by a simple man triggers a chain of unexpected consequences.

Director Bio

Bruno Isaac Grade Caetano was born in Portimão in 1979. Self-taught animator and builder, he later graduates from Lisbon’s Faculty of Fine Arts Multimedia Investigation and Studies Centre (CIEAM) with a specialisation in Stop Motion technique. Despite having a strong preference for this technique, his professional career led him to participate in several projects with various animation techniques as well as in other areas of artistic interest.


  • Directed by:Bruno Caetano
  • Written by:Bruno Caetano & Manuel Ruas Moreira
  • Produced by:Bruno Caetano & Michael Proença
  • Runtime:11 mins
  • Completion Date:June 1, 2019
  • Country of Origin:Portugal
  • Language:English
  • Category:Animation
  • Selection:Main Competition - Programme 5
  • In Person Screening Time & Venue:Nov 5th Ballymahon Library 2 - 3pm
  • Online Screening TimeNov 6th 10am - 10pm
  • Links: Website

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2022 submission open

Still Voices 2022 Submissions Open

  • Ronan O'Toole
  • December 1st, 2021

The submission call for the 2022 edition of Still Voices is now open.

terence davies festival patron

Terence Davies Becomes Festival Patron

  • Ronan O'Toole
  • November 12th, 2021

We are delighted to announce that Terence Davies is now our Festival Patron.

2021 award winners

Still Voices 2021 Award Winners

  • Ronan O'Toole
  • November 5th, 2021

The Still Voices 2021 Short Film Competition Award Winners.


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