Fresh Film Programme 1

March 22, 2021
‘Make Film History’ Make Your Own Archive Documentary
Are you interested in gaining access to the vaults of the BBC, Irish Film Institute, British Film Institute and Northern Ireland Screen to create your own archive documentary, just by using your phone? The Make Film History project is delighted to join with Fresh International Film Festival to present this free workshop where you can: Film and edit videos using your smartphone, tablet and laptop Hear from award-winning filmmaker Tadhg O’Sullivan and ask him about the use of archive in his work Gain access to moving image collections from the Irish Film Institute, BBC, British Film Institute and NI Screen Produce your own archive-inspired documentary BOOKED OUT Thanks to Young Irish Film Makers for their workshop partner support for the cinematic smartphone elements
Screening: Ireland’s Young Filmmaker of the Year Finalist Programme 1
Ireland’s young Filmmaker of the Year Finalists Programme 1
Screening: Classic Fresh programme 1
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. Midnight Feast, Dir. Gareth Fisher, 1998 The Unmentionable, Dir. Donal Foreman, 2003 The Vent, Dir. Glen Lambert, 2005 Dystopia, Dir. Seán Conroy, 2010 Your Band Sucks, Dir. Bryan O’Sullivan, 2006 Somnium, Dir. Arran Tenzin Bradstock, 2011 Together in Dreams, Dir. Conor Igoe, David Brazil, 2012 Dive, Dir. Andrew Jordan, 2013 Young, Dir. Christian Tierney, 2014 Catharsis, Dir. Melanie O’Donnell, 2018 Rue, Dir. Sean Treacy, 2019 Pirates, Dir. Cal Arnold O’Driscoll, 2020 Password: Fresh25

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