Not just movies but music too
The first IndieCork Festival, headed by Mick Hannigan and Una Feely, came to a successful conclusion, after five busy days, on Sunday night. Eagerly supported by the good people at Seven Windows Brewery, the festival had as much to do with music as with film. “We’re very excited by this melding of film and music and intend to further develop this,” Mick said. “Eventually we want the festival to be a must-attend event for the discovery of talent in both film and music.”
On the closing evening, the inaugural awards - nicely designed pieces, incidentally - were handed out to a varied aray of film-makers. Best World Short went to Sandro Aguilar, a Portuguese director, for Dive: Approach and Exit. Best Irish short was handed to Cathy Brady, among our most promising young film-makers, for the
We had violent hatred. Have you ever had that ever? Competition where you really had an arch-enemy that kind of brings out the
best in you
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very fine Wasted. A special award was presented to Hamburg Short Film Festival, Hamburg Short Film Agency and that same city’s A Wall Is A Screen for their “generous contribution to the first IndieCork festival”. See the full list of awards at indiecork.com.