Trish Kelly’s documentary ‘There and Back‘ has been included as part of the Official Short Film Selection for the Feminist Film Festival Dublin 2015. Six short films have been selected in total for the award and each film will be screened before a feature film in this years festival programme.
The short films selected and screening times are:
Rachel Coming Home (Ireland) precedes ‘Cléo de 5 à 7’ on Friday 30th at 15:45
The Drive (Ireland) precedes ‘The Babadook’ on Saturday 31st at 11:45
There and Back (Ireland) precedes ‘She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry’ on Saturday 31st at 15:00
Queen of the Plough (Ireland) precedes ‘Whip it’ on Sunday 1st at 11:45
Milk (Finland) precedes ‘Shinjuku Boys’ Sunday 1st at 15:45
Heroinat / Heroines (Kosovo) precedes ‘Bernadette’ on Sunday 1st at 17:15
The Feminist Film Festival Dublin takes place from Friday 20th October to Sunday 1st November in ‘The New Theatre’ 43 Essex St, Temple Bar, in Dublin next to the Project Arts Centre. The full 2015 programme details can be seen on the Feminist Film Festival website.
The prize for Best Short Film winner is courtesy of Windmill Lane VFX and consists of €1500 worth of DI Colour Grading or Dubbing Mix and the ‘Best Short Film’ will be announced at the opening reception on Friday October 3oth.
Trish Kelly was a participant on Galway Film Centre’s ‘Documentary Course’ and it is during this course that she made ‘There and Back’ with the help of course facilitator Jill Beardsworth.