Not just movies but mu­sic too

The Irish Times - Friday - The Ticket - - NEWS -

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

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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

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