Ionad Scannán na Gaillimhe/the Galway Film Centre (GFC) are delighted to be back with a presence at the 32nd Galway Film Fleadh this year. From the premiere screening of The Winter Lake, supported by the WRAP Fund, to the Fleadh Forum and our One Minute Film Festival, we are very busy once again with our Fleadh participation.
The Winter Lake
WRAP Fund backed Irish feature film The Winter Lake, directed by first time feature director Phil Sheerin will have its World Premiere at the virtual, online Galway Film Fleadh at 9pm on Friday July 10th.
A dark and atmospheric coming-of-age drama, The Winter Lake was shot in Sligo in 2019. The cast is led by two ‘Screen Stars of Tomorrow’ for 2019; Emma Mackey (Sex Education, Eiffel, Death on the Nile), and Anson Boon (Blackbird, 1917). They are joined by Irish stars Charlie Murphy (Peaky Blinders, Halo) and Michael McElhatton (Game of Thrones, Chernobyl).
The online screening will be followed by a special Q&A with the cast and crew. Tickets are available HERE.
One Minute Film Festival
Galway Film Centre in partnership with Galway City of Film and the Galway Film Fleadh is excited to again bring the One Minute Film Festival to this year’s Fleadh. 20 one-minute films have been selected from both experienced and first-time filmmakers with all genres covered, including comedy, drama, documentary, art-house and animation. These super-short films pack a punch, proving that a really great story can be told in just 60 seconds! The winning films will receive a combined prize pool of €250. The programme will be available to rent online for FREE for the duration of the Fleadh from the Fleadh website and we will announce the three winners on Sunday July 12th on our social media. You can find the full programme available for rent HERE.
Presented by the WRAP Fund and Galway Film Fair with the support of GFC, Fís Éireann/Screen Ireland and Screen Skills Ireland with Creative Europe, the 11th Fleadh Forum will take place online over three days from July 8th – 10th. The Fleadh Forum is an annual platform to explore, discuss and share ideas about what is happening in the audiovisual industry, delivering a unique opportunity for filmmakers and industry professionals to come together and exchange news and views. To read more about how to register for these FREE webinars, look HERE.
GFC and GCoF activities supported by Fís Éireann/Screen Ireland, Galway City Council, Galway County Council, and the UNESCO CCN.
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