ANIMA  Director: Colm Mullen • Ireland • 2017 •

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Through conversations with scholars and health care professionals; Artist Marie Brett (E.gress) explores questions relating to death and care in Ireland. The conversations span medical, philosophical, folkloric and legal perspectives, offering an insight into the intimate and privileged moments of the artist/participant encounter.

Anima is based on Marie Brett’s research project Whispers and was made in collaboration with St Francis Hospice, Raheny, UCD School of Social Sciences and Law and The National Folklore Collection.

The film was funded through the 2016 artsandhealth.ie Documentation Bursary.

Colm Mullen is a freelance cinematographer and photographer. His work includes: Drama and documentary film; Commercial, portrait, fashion and performance photography. My photographic work also includes art and illustration commissions for books, magazine editorials and album art.  Website www.colmmullen.ie


I watched the white dogs of the dawn  Director: Els Dietvorst

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Els Dietvorst is a Belgian visual artist, filmmaker and shepherd who lives and works in Duncormick, Ireland. She is an artist whose work focuses on communication, collaboration and social conflicts. She collects scraps and fragments of the world and models them, films them, draws them, tells their story in images.

 


Keep Me Safe

Directors : Ellen Fiske and Joanna Arlberg

Shannon, Shaunaugh and Mirren are temporarily living at a secure unit for young people with behavioural and emotional problems. We meet them in their thoughts, dreams and fears.

 

Short film Selection starting 1.45 Saturday 23rd September


GOREY SCHOOL OF ART AT WEXFORD DOCUMENTARY FILM FESTIVAL

Home – Eman Cherbatji

 Eman Cherbatji a graduate of the Film and Photography course in Gorey School of Art has been selected from a large volume of national and international filmmakers to screen her film Home at the 5th Wexford Documentary Film Festival. Home is a documentary about a family that fled Aleppo Syria and are now living in Ballyhaunis in Mayo. Through the film we learn about their homeland before the war as they ponder the idea if they would ever call Ballyhaunis their home. Eman says “I went into the course asking if I could do photography only, not knowing I would love filmmaking, but after doing the course I realised I wanted to become a documentary filmmaker, I fell in love with film, and now all I want to do is make documentaries.”
Short film Selection starting 1.45 Saturday 23rd September

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