Fresh Film Programme 2

March 23, 2021
Feature Film. ‘The Image You Missed’
Donal Foreman | Arthur MacCaig Ireland/USA/France | 73mins | 2K digital | 4:3 Written, directed & produced by Donal Foreman Executive produced by Nicole Brenez & Philippe Grandrieux www Suitable for TY + This multi award winning film explores history, identity, filmmaking and storytelling and would be a unique discussion piece for your classwork on ‘The Troubles’ Screenings are free of charge For information on how to access the film through Fresh International Film Festival please contact Dónal will speak about this film at Meet the Director on Thursday at 7PM Meet the Director: Dónal Foreman interviewed by Dr. Tony Tracy This film is no longer available through Fresh. It is available to rent or buy though Vimeo.
Screening: Youth Cinema Network Award winners 2020
The annual Youth Cinema Network (YCN) Award recognises excellence in film made by young people. Established in 2016 as a single award, it is now presented to the best films in three age groups: * age 0 – 14 * age 15 – 19 * age 20 – 27 YCN festivals nominate one film for each group, YCN members vote per age group and the films with greatest number of votes in each age category are declared winners. Every year the YCN awards are presented at a different festival. Wicked Wales Film festival, UK (2016), the REC, Germany (2017), Nextfilmfestival, Denmark (2018), Enimation, Slovenia & Up and Coming, Germany (2019)Camera Zizanio, Greece (2020) Wavy Head (Age group: 0-14) Max Shoham, Canada. When I was 9 months old, a team of doctors cut into my skull, removed my forehead, put my eye-sockets on a table, reshaping my face completely. This caused a year of tension and terror in my family, and gave me scars still visible today, yet I can’t remember a single thing about the whole ordeal. It was therefore irresistible to make a film investigating this personally life-changing event that seemed to only change the lives of my family. Pirates (Age group: 15-19) Cal Arnold O’Driscoll, Ireland. In 1980s Ireland Pirate radio was huge. It’s cheap, easy and will make you famous! That’s why these three friends set one up in an attempt to beat the bullies and get the girls. Tree #3 (Age group: 20-27) Omer Ben-Shachar: Director, Co-Writer, USA. After he’s been cast (again!) as a background tree in his annual school play, an ambitious and imaginative immigrant boy leads a revolution on stage that his intolerant drama teacher will never forget. YCN Award winners 2020 is ideal for secondary school audiences, the password will be removed on Tuesday 23rd 11.30 am
Screening: Ireland’s Young Filmmaker of the Year Finalist Programme 2
Ireland’s young Filmmaker of the Year Finalists Programme 2
Screening: Classic Fresh Programme 2
Join us for a look back at some of our favourite Fresh films from the past 25 years. From Maniacs to Pirates from Midnight Feasts to Perfect Places and everything in between. You will not need a password for this programme as soon as the screening is due to go live at 7PM After the War, Dir. Vincent Lambe,1999 The First Nine Months, Dir. Drogheda YouthReach, 2002 Requiem, Dir, Patrick Ryan, 2007 Alien Verbatim, Dir. Laurence Snashall, 2008 The Elwood Killing, Dir. Alfie Hollingsworth & Dylan Bickerton, 2011 Adventures of Fantastico & Fantastiboy, Dir. Ciarandromodar Productions, 2012 Hide and Seek, Dir. Conor Foran, 2013 A Perfect Place, Dir. Dara O’Cairbre, 2014 The Light, Dir. Sophie O’Donovan, 2015 Stranger Danger, Dir. Johnathan Connelly ,2016 Choice, Dir. John Farrelly, 2018 At Sea, Dir Pippa Molony, 2017 Descensus, Dir. Milosh Hughes, 2019 Classic Fresh screens Monday 22nd -Wednesday 24th 7.00 pm on Password: Fresh25

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