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30 Minute Film Festival Entries

The third 30 Minute Film Festival, in conjunction with Solid Media, was held yesterday in the Cinemobile. As always, it was a smorgasbord of subjects and storylines, all told in their own unique way. Again, it was great to see the Cinemobile filled with an audience of all ages. (All films can be viewed below)

This year’s Audience Award went to Rory Walsh for his short, The Bank Holiday.  Sometimes film-making is all about timing and Rory’s film certainly captures the mood of the moment in relation to banks.

The Judge’s Award went to Robert Gaynor for the film, The Canon. This short film used imagination, some technical know-how and a sense of humour to demonstrate a unique way to get from A to B!

Well done Rory and Robert.

In the Audience Category, The Unconsious Homeless Man (Eoin Duffy) came second and Story Bud? (Jenny Keogh) came third.

Thank you to everyone who entered films and attended.

Judge’s Award: The Canon (Robert Gaynor)

Audience Award : The Bank Holiday (Rory Walsh)

The Happening 2 – Carla Maria Tighe
Sorry – Len Collin
Please Find Enclosed – David Mcnaboe
My Baby (Mojo Beba) – Zikica Jovanovic
For Peace Comes Dropping Slow – Lisa Vandegrift Davala
Ball Skill – Daniel Hallan
Horse in the Hole – Ben Keenan
From the Sin-é Café to the Black Hills – Paul O Reilly
Work-Out Galway Style/ The Best Around – Eamonn Dunne
The Apple Diet – Dave Thorpe
Batman Signs on Da Dole – Dermot Petty
The Rivalry – Aaron Corless
Horse Drawing – Stephen McCollum
Consumers or Citizens? – Steven Byrne
The Unconscious Homeless Man – Eoin Duffy
Story Bud? – Jenny Keogh
Trampmaster Zeus: Oven – Kevin Minogue
Seek and Ye Shall Find – Matt and John Burke
Toilet – Keith Jordan
King of Da Dole Q – Dermot Petty
Seeking a space called peace – Maaz Kazmi
The Words From Above – Paddy O’ Connor
The Journey of Milk – Colm McElligott
Sofa, So Good – Derek Donlon
Home View – Michael Duke
Spoon – Laura Gaynor
Naked Wednesdays – Gary Flaherty
Justice – Sean Breathnach

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