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Indie Cork Festival

Please see below for a list of operas, broadcast live via satellite to the screen.

 

World Shorts 1





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Sunday October 6th 1:30pm The Gate Cinema

World Shorts I / 90 mins


IndieCork loves short films! Join us for our first World Short programme:

Ride
Paul Bush / Portugal / 2018 / 5 mins

Who Talks
Elin Övergaard / Sweden / 2019 / 15 mins

Supermarket
Gianluca Abbate / Italy / 2019 / 8 mins

Claude On The Loose
Thomas Buisson / France / 2018 / 18 mins

Madness
João Viana / Portugal / 2018 / 13 mins

The Universe According to Dan Buckley
Roberto Santaguida / Canada / 2019 / 10 mins

The Dawn of Ape
Mirai Mizue / Japan / 2019 / 4 mins

City Plaza Hotel
Anna-Paula Hönig, Violeta Paus / France / 2018 / 16 mins.

Oh My Homeland
Stephanie M. Barber / USA / 2019 / 4 mins

Note: Times shown in RED are sold-out.

Sunday 06 Oct 201913:30     

The Rollover





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Felix Castaldo / 2019 / Ireland / 67 mins

The Rollover tells the story of Charlie and his frantic search for his missing younger brother through the underground rave scene of Cork. His search leads him deep into rural Cork where he encounters the dark and surreal effects of a new synthetic drug being manufactured in the area.

Note: Times shown in RED are sold-out.

Sunday 06 Oct 201915:45     

Hungary 2018





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Director: Eszter Hajdu
Eszter Hajdú / 2018 / Hungary / 82 mins

In a politically-ruptured Hungary, left-winger Ferenc Gyurcsány battles against nationalism. Twenty-eight years after the fall of communism, and on the eve of a new presidential election, Hungary arrives at a political crossroads. Is it another four years of far-right populism, with Viktor Orbán, or will former Prime Minister Gyurcsány and his pro-European left-wing party prevail?

Note: Times shown in RED are sold-out.

Sunday 06 Oct 201918:00     

A Bump Along the Way





Rating: 15A
Director: Shelly Love
Director Shelly Love / 95 mins / Ireland 2019

Pamela is a boozy 44-year-old single mother whose teenage daughter Allegra disapproves of her care-free lifestyle. Their fragile relationship is further tested when Pamela becomes pregnant after a one-night stand.

Note: Times shown in RED are sold-out.

Sunday 06 Oct 201920:30     

World Shorts 2





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Sunday October 7th 1:30pm The Gate Cinema

World Shorts II / 94 mins


IndieCork loves short films! Join us for our World Short programme:

Circuit
Delia Hess / Switzerland / 2018 / 8 mins

Dissect
Siavash Shahabi / Iran / 2018 / 20 mins

You Are Overreacting
Karina Paciorkowska / Poland / 2018 / 4 mins

Psychic
Tova Mozard / Sweden / 2019 / 18 mins

Atarraya
Esteban Garcia / Columbia / 2018 / 15 mins

Flowers
Baptiste Petit-Gats / France / 2018 / 17 mins

Baby With A Playlist
Juho Luukkainen / Finland / 2019 / 12 mins

Note: Times shown in RED are sold-out.

Monday 07 Oct 201913:30     

Island





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Director: Steven Eastwood
Steven Eastwood / 2018 / England / 90 mins

Across the water on the island, four individuals experience the year in which their lives will end. Illness progresses, relationships gently shift, and we are witness to rarely-seen and intensely private moments. One person shares their acceptance of death, whilst another is surrounded by a community in shock.

Note: Times shown in RED are sold-out.

Monday 07 Oct 201915:45     

Creative Cork 1





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IndieCork loves short films! Join us for our first competitive programme in the Creative Cork programme:
Illegal Elaine Lucy / Ireland / 2019 / 1 min / animation
Speak To Her Jack Desmond / Ireland / 2018 / 4 mins / drama
Intro to Anthro L Murphy, O Treacy, O Roche / Ireland / 2019 / 15 mins / documentary
Love Her Bones Ross Carey / Ireland / 2019 / 7 mins / drama
Playback Arran Bradstock / Ireland / 2019 / 10 mins / drama
Happiness Nathan Erasmus / Ireland / 2018 / 4 mins / music promo
Wild Culture: The Travelling Playground Stephen O'Sullivan / Ireland / 2019 / 20 mins / documentary
Mug Eoghan Moloney / Ireland / 2019 / 29 mins /drama

Note: Times shown in RED are sold-out.

Monday 07 Oct 201918:00     

A Regular Woman





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Director: Sherry Hormann
Sherry Hormann / Germany / 2019 / 92 mins

Based on the true story of Hatun Aynur Sürücü, whose murder caused an outcry in 2005, A Regular Woman is the story of a confident young woman who loves life and knows exactly how she wants to live hers. A woman who escapes the violence of her marriage and refuses to let her brothers and parents dictate what she can and cannot do.

A meticulous dramatic reenactment designed specifically to give a victim back their voice, quite the honorable intention.” The Hollywood Reporter"

Note: Times shown in RED are sold-out.

Monday 07 Oct 201920:30     

World Shorts 3





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Tuesday October 8th 1:30pm The Gate Cinemas

World Shorts III / 87 mins


IndieCork loves short films! Join us for our first World Short programme:

Sheep, Wolf And A Cup Of Tea
Marion Lacourt / France / 2019 / 12 mins

Nurtured
Ben Pearce / England / 2019 / 14 mins

The Flood Is Coming
Gabriel Böhmer / England / 2018 / 9 mins

Cavalcade
Johann Lurf / Austria / 2019 / 5 mins

Weightlifter
Dmytro Sukholytkyy-Sobchuk / Ukraine / 2018 / 30 mins

Roughhouse
Jonathan Hodgson / England / 2018 / 15 mins

Note: Times shown in RED are sold-out.

Tuesday 08 Oct 201913:30     

While We Are Here





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Clarissa Campolina, Luiz Pretti / 2019 / Brazil / 77 mins

Lamis and Wilson are migrants in New York. She’s a Lebanese who’s just arrived, and he’s a Brazilian who’s lived there illegally for 10 years. A narrative constructed with a poetic approach; a travel diary that becomes a chronic and takes us into the essence of human micro-politics in times of globalization: an uncertain kingdom of desire, hope and fears.

Note: Times shown in RED are sold-out.

Tuesday 08 Oct 201915:45     

Creative Cork 2





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IndieCork loves short films! Join us for our competitive programme in the Creative Cork programme:
I Want You Hanora George / Ireland / 2019 / 3 mins / music video
Long Overdue Emmet O’Brien / Ireland / 2019 / 1 min / drama
Swansong Ignas Laugalis / Ireland / 2019 / 4 mins / drama
Grasser Michael Casey / Ireland / 2019 / 16 mins / drama
Yesterday Stephen Broekhuizen / Ireland / 2019 / 23 mins / drama
Sunflower Crush Allison O’Flynn / Ireland / 2018 / 7 mins / drama
Non Such Nun Stephen Bean / Ireland / 2018 / 3 mins / comedy
Naomhóga Chorcaí (The Currach Boats of Cork) Stephen Bean / Ireland / 2019 / 20 mins / documentary
Mother Father Monster Sean Breathnach / Ireland / 2019 / 13 mins / horror

Note: Times shown in RED are sold-out.

Tuesday 08 Oct 201918:00     

Push





Rating: TBC
Director: Fredrik Gertten
Official Web Site

Fredrik Gertten / Sweden / 2019 / 92 mins

Housing prices are skyrocketing in cities around the world. Incomes are not. PUSH sheds light on a new kind of faceless landlord, our increasingly unliveable cities and an escalating crisis that has an effect on us all. This is not gentrification, it’s a different kind of monster. The film follows Leilani Farha, the UN Special Rapporteur on Adequate Housing, as she’s travelling the globe, trying to understand who’s being pushed out of the city and why.

+ Special Panel post-screening

Note: Times shown in RED are sold-out.

Tuesday 08 Oct 201920:30     

Letters to Paul Morrissey





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Armand Rovira / 2018 / Spain / 78 mins

Drugs, vampirism, existential crises and melodies of another time mark the lives of several characters: a sex symbol of the underground cinema, two cursed lovers, a man seeking his salvation, an unsuccessful actress and a Japanese with a mysterious illness. Five stories apparently not related but have a curious relationship with each other. Paul Morrissey, film director and collaborator with Andy Warhol's Factory.

Note: Times shown in RED are sold-out.

Wednesday 09 Oct 201912:00     

World Shorts 4





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Wednesday October 9th 1:30pm The Gate Cinemas

World Shorts IV / 94 mins


IndieCork loves short films! Join us for our World Shorts 4 programme:

All Inclusive
Corina Schwingruber Ilić / Switzerland / 2018 / 10 mins
Under the spell of mass entertainment on the high seas.

And What Is The Summer Saying
Payal Kapadia / India / 2018 / 23 mins
Afternoon descends on a village as strange smoke emits from the ground.

Swatted
Ismaël Joffroy Chandoutis / France / 2018 / 21 mins
Online players describe a life-threatening cyber-harassment phenomenon.

My Little Goat
Tomoki Misato / Japan / 2019 / 10 mins
Mother goat rescues her little ones from the wolf’s belly. She can’t find her eldest.

Anja And Serjoscha
Ivette Löcker / Austria / 2018 / 30 mins
Anja asks Serjoscha if he would come with her if she was to move away.

Note: Times shown in RED are sold-out.

Wednesday 09 Oct 201913:30     

The Day I Lost My Shadow





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Soudade Kaadan / 2018 / Syria / 90 mins

At the outset of the war in Syria, young mother Sana, is trying to maintain normality in her home for the sake of her son. But between power outages, the water being cut off, and gas shortages Sana's daily duties are becoming increasingly difficult. Intent on cooking for her son, Sana takes a risk: along with brother and sister, she hires a cab to get propane.

Note: Times shown in RED are sold-out.

Wednesday 09 Oct 201915:45     

art(ist)FILM - National Student and Graduate Artist Film Award





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Cork Institute of Technology (CIT Arts Office, CIT Crawford College of Art & Design, and CIT Cork School of Music) are excited to announce the second edition of art(ist)FILM - a new partnership between Cork Institute of Technology (CIT) and IndieCork Film Festival to present moving image works by student and graduate artists nationwide, as part of the festival each October.

Note: Times shown in RED are sold-out.

Wednesday 09 Oct 201918:00     

Losing Alaska





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Director: Tom Burke
Tom Burke / Ireland and Alaska / 2018 / 83 mins

Losing Alaska tells the story of a small community in Alaska called Newtok who are dealing with a slow-moving disaster. The 375 inhabitants of Newtok feel the winter storms grow more fierce each year and steal their coastline, they watch their homes disappear into rolling seas as the melting permafrost erodes the edges of their town. They are fighting the weather, the indifference of state agencies and now, finally, each other. Losing Alaska is a local story with global significance and deserves our attention.

The Director will introduce the film / A panel discussion will follow the screening in asociation with Cork Environmental Forum

Note: Times shown in RED are sold-out.

Wednesday 09 Oct 201920:30     

Becoming Animal





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Director: Emma Davie, Peter Mettler, David Abram
Emma Davie, Peter Mettler, David Abram / 2018 / Switzerland / 78 mins

With its dizzying diversity of wildlife, trails of curious humans in billion-year-old geology, the film is a geyser of provocative ideas and heightened sensations related to the sublime circuitry that connects us to our surroundings. Driven by wonder, curiosity and a desire for balance between ecological and technological imperatives, Becoming Animal is an invitation to explore our relationship with this “more than human world”.

Note: Times shown in RED are sold-out.

Thursday 10 Oct 201911:30     

North of Blue





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Director: Joanna Priestley
Joanna Priestley / 2018 / USA / 60 mins / animation

Inspired by the chilling and mysterious winter landscapes of the Yukon, North of Blue is a mesmerizing non-narrative exploration giving form to the formless and offering shifting focal points and patterns that explore tensions between the recognizable and the strange.

Note: Times shown in RED are sold-out.

Thursday 10 Oct 201912:30     

World Shorts 5





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Thursday October 10th 1:30pm The Gate Cinemas

World Shorts V / 88 mins


IndieCork loves short films! Join us for our World Shorts 5 programme:

Uncle Thomas, Accounting For The Days
Regina Pessoa / Portugal / 2019 / 13 mins

Them
Robin Lochmann / Germany, Ireland / 2019 / 15 mins

Doppalganger
Michaela Taschek / Austria / 2018 / 20 mins

Turning
Linnéa Haviland / England / 2019 / 2 mins

Las Cruces
Nicolas Boone / France / 2018 / 29 mins

Tango Of Longing
Marta Szymańska / Poland / 2018 / 5 mins

Where Do We Go?
Siegfried A. Fruhauf / Austria / 2018 / 4 mins

Note: Times shown in RED are sold-out.

Thursday 10 Oct 201913:30     

Irish Shorts 1





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Thursday October 11th 3:45pm

Irish Shorts 1 / 81 mins

IndieCork loves short films! Join us for our Programme 1 of the Irish Shorts programme:

Was That A Yes?
Ray Mac Donnacha / Ireland / 2919 / 5 mins / drama

Colour Blind
Luke Murphy / Ireland / 2019 / 11 mins / drama

The Last Miner
Luke Brabazon / Ireland / 2018 / 7 mins / documentary

The Bogman
Dylan Hennessy / Ireland / 2019 / 7 mins / animation

Birdman
Simon O’Neill / Ireland / 2019 / 8 mins / documentary

Walks Of Life
Mark Corcoran / Ireland / 2019 / 9 mins / drama

39 Years
Jamie Goldrick / Ireland / 2018 / 15 mins / documentary

I Bet Rasko Miljkovic / Ireland / 2019 / 20 mins / drama

Note: Times shown in RED are sold-out.

Thursday 10 Oct 201915:45     

Where Would You Like The Bullet?





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Director: Neil Donnelly
Neil Donnelly / 2019 / Ireland / 90 mins

A documentary on the life and work of one of Ireland's greatest prose writers Aidan Higgins (1927 – 2015). The film traces his extraordinary life from his birthplace in Celbridge, his years in London, Berlin, and Kinsale; his triumphs and failures; his travels in quest of what he termed "a trade recondite as Falconry", the dedicated writer's life. Director Neil Donnelly will attend the screening.

Note: Times shown in RED are sold-out.

Thursday 10 Oct 201918:00     

Corpus Christi





Rating: TBC
Director: Jan Komasa
Jan Komasa / Poland / 2019 / 116 mins

The film follows 20-year-old Daniel, who experiences a spiritual transformation while living in a youth detention center. He wants to become a priest, but this is impossible because of his criminal record. When he is sent to work at a carpenter’s workshop in a small town, he dresses up as a priest and accidentally takes over the local parish. The arrival of the young, charismatic preacher is an opportunity for the local community to begin the healing process after a local tragedy.

Venice Film Festival 2019 Toronto International Film Festival 2019

Note: Times shown in RED are sold-out.

Thursday 10 Oct 201920:30     

Pahokee





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Ivete Lucas, Patrick Bresnan / 2019 / USA / 112 mins

This is a detailed and astonishing portrait of Pahokee, a rural village in the Everglades, Florida. Very close-knit, its inhabitants fight to face fragile financial situations and an uncertain future. The film captures the daily life of the city. From sporting events to beauty contests at schools, the filmmakers explore social and community rituals, and how gender and identity are portrayed as new stories are created.

Note: Times shown in RED are sold-out.

Friday 11 Oct 201911:30     

Property





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Director: Matthias Lintner
Matthias Lintner / 2018 / Germany / 85 mins

To the occasional random visitor the quiet courtyard with its dreamy linden trees presents itself as an enchanted garden right off the busy life of Torstrasse. ‘What does it mean to inhabit a space?’ asks filmmaker and resident Matthias Lintner at the beginning of the film. The answer lies in the affectionate portraits of his neighbours. The director closely watches and listens to his house- mates, who have built a world of their own.

Note: Times shown in RED are sold-out.

Friday 11 Oct 201911:30     

Irish Shorts 2





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Friday October 11th 11:45am The Gate Cinemas

Programme 2 / 83 mins


IndieCork loves short films! Join us for our Programme 2 of the Irish Shorts programme:

The 3 Me’s
Simon Daniels / Ireland / 2019 / 2 mins / animation

The Troubles (Long Story Short)
Luke Hanlon / Ireland / 2019 / 4 mins / comedy

The Vasectomy Doctor
Paul Webster / Ireland / 2018 / 11 mins / documentary

Lock & Key
Eamonn Hearns / Ireland / 2018 / 4 mins / drama

Zozimus
David Knox / Ireland / 2018 / 19 mins / documentary

Shells
Ais Brady / Ireland / 2019 / 14 mins / drama

Billy Willy
Michael Barwise & Sean Mullan / Ireland / 2019 / 13 mins / documentary, experimental

Goose & Gander
Jamie Sykes / Ireland / 2019 / 16 mins / drama

Note: Times shown in RED are sold-out.

Friday 11 Oct 201911:45     

Punk Never Ends





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Juro Šlauka / 2019 / Slovakia / 70 mins

A thirty-year-old drug-addict punk lives in a decaying sublet at a dump with his partner and his two-year-old son. His ‘idyllic’ world is suddenly threatened by a letter from the social services. In fear of losing the child, the punk pulls himself together and seeks a satisfactory resolution to the situation. His impulsive behaviour, however, does not take account of the consequences, and all the opportunities result in a free fall.

Note: Times shown in RED are sold-out.

Friday 11 Oct 201911:45     

World Shorts 6





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Friday October 11th 1:30pm The Gate Cinemas

World Shorts VI / 84 mins


IndieCork loves short films! Join us for our World Shorts 6 programme:

A State Of Grace
John Smith / England / 2019 / 3 mins

Senescence
Alvise Renzini / Italy / 2019 / 16 mins

Excess Will Save Us
Morgane Dziurla-Petit / Sweden / 2019 / 14 mins

The Role
Farnoosh Samadi / Iran / 2018 / 12 mins

Water And Clearing
Siegfried A. Fruhauf / Austria / 2018 / 5 mins

The Hissing Of Summer Sands
Catarina Mourão / Portugal / 2019 / 15 mins

Jamila
Sophie Vukovic / Sweden / 2019 / 14 mins

Grandad Was A Romantic
Maryam Mohajer / England / 2019 / 5 mins

Note: Times shown in RED are sold-out.

Friday 11 Oct 201913:30     

Irish Shorts 3





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IndieCork loves short films! Join us for our Programme 3 of the Irish Shorts programme:

Tuna
Cliona Noonan / Ireland / 2019 / 6 mins / animation

Making Tom
Táine King, Lorraine Higgins / Ireland / 2019 / 16 mins / documentary

Seanie & Flo
Imogen Murphy / Ireland / 2018 / 13 mins / comedy

Legend Has It
Ciara Johnson / Ireland / 2019 / 7 mins / animation

El Hor
Dianne Lucille Campbell / Ireland / 2018 / 14 mins / experimental

Bad Fruit (The Unheard Voice of the Tuam Babies)
Teresa Lavina / Ireland /2019 / 11 mins / documentary

The Dressmaker
Olivia McLaughlin / Ireland / 2019 / 17 mins / drama

Note: Times shown in RED are sold-out.

Friday 11 Oct 201915:45     

Advocate





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Director: Rachel Leah Jones, Philippe Bellaiche
Rachel Leah Jones, Philippe Bellaiche / 2019 / USA / 110 mins

Lea Tsemel defends Palestinians: from feminists to fundamentalists, from non-violent demonstrators to armed militants. As a Jewish-Israeli lawyer who has represented political prisoners for five decades, Tsemel, in her tireless quest for justice, pushes the praxis of a human rights defender to its limits.

Note: Times shown in RED are sold-out.

Friday 11 Oct 201918:00     

Flatland





Rating: TBC
Director: Jenna Cato Bass
Official Web Site

Jenna Cato Bass / South Africa / 2019 / 117 mins

This vibrant new South African film has been selected at some of the best International festivals this year. When her disastrous wedding night leads to an accidental killing, Natalie flees her husband and her small, rural town in South Africa’s desolate Karoo region. Reuniting with her best friend Poppie, who is pregnant, the two women escape together across the endless winter landscape. Hot on their trail is Captain Beauty Cuba, a lonely policewoman intent on proving the innocence of her long-lost fiancé, who has been framed for Natalie’s crime. The fate of these three different, yet equally desperate women converges as they ride towards self-discovery.

Note: Times shown in RED are sold-out.

Friday 11 Oct 201920:30     

Change the Beat!





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Director: Colm Walsh
Colm Walsh / 2019 / Ireland / 10 mins

The 25 young asylum seekers, refugees and migrants who are featured in this documentary, participated in a music-themed art project here in Cork City during Summer 2019. Working with local artist Shane O’Driscoll and the UCC Lewis Glucksman Gallery team, including Tadhg Crowley and Lucia Taeubler; the young participants created original artworks for public exhibition.

Note: Times shown in RED are sold-out.

Saturday 12 Oct 201911:30     

Focus on Tadhg O’Sullivan: Experiments, Portraits and Essays





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We warmly welcome to IndieCork, Tadhg O'Sullivan - filmmaker, sound designer, editor and artist from Carlow. Working primarily in non-fiction, his work often explores large-scale subjects, informed by the traditions of the literary essay. This retrospective screening, focuses on the essayistic and experimental aspects of Tadhg’s work. After the screening, Tadhg will be in conversation with IndieCork programmer James Mulvey. Image attached.

Note: Times shown in RED are sold-out.

Saturday 12 Oct 201911:30     

Irish Shorts 4





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IndieCork loves short films! Join us for our Programme 4 of the Irish Shorts programme:

Bubbles
Rachel Fitzgerald / Ireland / 2019 / 3 mins / animation

Pit Stop
Rachel Smyth / Ireland / 2019 / 6 mins / drama

Jill and Giles
Alison Byrne / Ireland / 2019 / 13 mins / documentary

Her Name is…
Claire Byrne, Lydia McGuinness / Ireland / 2018 / 10 mins / drama

Match
Laura O’Shea & Tony Doyle / Ireland / 2019 / 11 mins / drama

Jump
Clea van der Grijn / Ireland / 2018 / 27 mins /experimental

Hen
Janna Kemperman / Ireland / 2019 / 15 minutes / drama

Note: Times shown in RED are sold-out.

Saturday 12 Oct 201911:30     

Irish Shorts 5





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IndieCork loves short films! Join us for our Programme 5 of the Irish Shorts programme:

Blanket
Ken Williams & Denis Fitzpatrick / Ireland / 2019 / 4 mins / drama

The Great Escape
Emmanuel Okoye, Luke Dalton / Ireland / 2919 / 5 mins / drama

Becoming Cherrie
Nicky Larkin / Ireland / 2018 / 11 mins / documentary

When to fold 'em
Pete Harris / Ireland / 2019 / 12 mins / comedy

Taobh le Taobh
Kev L Smith / Ireland / 2019 / 5 mins / documentary

Boardwalk
Finian Robbins / Ireland / 2019 / 9 mins /drama

Farmer Michael (The Life and Times of a Social Media Pariah)
Gerard Walsh / Ireland / 2019 / 29 mins / documentary

How to Sink a Paper Boat
David Bolger / Ireland / 2019 /13 mins / dance

Note: Times shown in RED are sold-out.

Saturday 12 Oct 201914:00     

LIFT





Rating: TBC
Director: Ken Williams, Denis Fitzpatrick
World Premiere

IndieCork Festival is delighted to present the world premiere of Lift, the story of Cork woman, dental receptionist and mum-of-three, Karen Barry. Several years ago, and feeling unhealthy she decided to get fit. In Powerlifting, Karen found her sport. Now 50, and a granny, she’s breaking records and dreaming of the World Championships. She truly now belongs to the long list of Cork’s sporting heroes.

Join us for this special premiere screening, with the film directors and Karen Barry present.

Note: Times shown in RED are sold-out.

Saturday 12 Oct 201916:15     

The New Music





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Director: Chiara Viale
Chiara Viale / 2019 / Ireland / 83 mins

Adrian is a pianist with a promising career whose life falls apart when he's diagnosed with Young Onset Parkinson's Disease. Afraid of the implications of the illness, Adrian runs away from home. In Dublin, he finds a room with three friends who play together in a punk band.

Note: Times shown in RED are sold-out.

Saturday 12 Oct 201918:00     

Sybil





Rating: TBC
Director: Justine Triet
Justine Triet / France / 2019 / 100 mins

Sibyl, a jaded psychotherapist, returns to her first passion: writing. But her newest patient Margot, a troubled up-and-coming actress, proves to be a source of inspiration that is far too tempting. Fascinated almost to the point of obsession, Sibyl becomes more and more involved in Margot’s tumultuous life, reviving volatile memories that bring her face to face with her past

Note: Times shown in RED are sold-out.

Saturday 12 Oct 201920:30     

Irish Shorts 6





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IndieCork loves short films! Join us for our Programme 6 of the Irish Shorts programme:

Dorothy
Ann Upton / Ireland / 2019 / 3 mins / animation

Her
Amy Gallagher / Ireland / 2019 / 7 mins / drama

Dead Run
Emma Foley & Tamryn Reinecke / Ireland / 2019 / 13 mins / comedy

The Beekeeper
Robyn Conroy / Ireland / 2019 / 6 mins / animation

Nina
Kerrie Costello, Julien Celin / Ireland / 2019 / 10 mins / drama

Brittas
Niamh Bryson / Ireland / 2019 / 13 mins / documentary

Starry Night
Emma Smith / Ireland / 2019 / 14 mins / drama

First Disco
Helen O'Reilly / Ireland / 2018 / 18 mins / drama

Note: Times shown in RED are sold-out.

Sunday 13 Oct 201911:30     

Jacob, Mimmi and The Talking Dogs





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Edmunds Jansons / 2019 / Latvia / 70 mins / English-language animation

Jacob lives in the city spends a lot of time drawing buildings and daydreaming. One day his dad has to go away on business and Jacob has to spend a whole week with his bossy cousin Mimmi. As soon as Jacob arrives the local park is about to be transformed into skyscrapers. Jacob and Mimmi decide to stop the development. It turns out that they can only do it with the help of a pack of local dogs that… can talk!

Note: Times shown in RED are sold-out.

Sunday 13 Oct 201911:30     

Splitting The Sop





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Director: Diarmuid Galvin
Diarmuid Galvin / 2019 / Ireland / 68 mins

Splitting The Sop documents the rich history of the indigenous sport of Irish road bowling, its development over the years and its significance in Irish culture and heritage.

Note: Times shown in RED are sold-out.

Sunday 13 Oct 201911:30     

Forman V Forman





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Jakub Hejna, Helena Trestíková / 2019 / Czech Republic / 79 mins

Born in Czechoslovakia, Miloš Foreman’s parents died in concentration camps and he grew up in an orphanage. This sealed his lifelong commitment to resisting authority. He falls for Italian neo-realism, buys a 16mm camera and bunks into film school. Forman makes the Czech New Wave classic The Fireman’s Ball and after fleeing to New York in 1968 he makes One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s nest.

Note: Times shown in RED are sold-out.

Sunday 13 Oct 201913:30     

World Shorts Highlights





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IndieCork loves short films! Join us for our World Shorts Highlights programme:

All Inclusive
Corina Schwingruber Ilić / Switzerland / 2018 / 10 mins

The Role
Farnoosh Samadi / Iran, Italy / 2018 / 12 mins

Sheep, Wolf And A Cup Of Tea
Marion Lacourt / France / 2019 / 12 mins.

Jamila
Sophie Vukovic / Sweden / 2019 / 14 mins

Uncle Thomas, Accounting For The Days
Regina Pessoa / Portugal, Canada, France / 2019 / 13 mins

Ride
Paul Bush / Portugal, Englad / 2018 / 5 mins

Flowers
Baptiste Petit-Gats / France / 2018 / 17 mins

Grandad Was A Romantic
Maryam Mohajer / United Kingdom / 2019 / 5 mins

Note: Times shown in RED are sold-out.

Sunday 13 Oct 201915:45     

Dark Green Horror Shorts





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Sunday October 13th 6pm The Gate Cinema

Dark Green: Irish Horror Shorts / 88 mins

IndieCork loves short films! Join us for our Dark Green: Irish Horror Shorts programme:

Hear Hear
Emmet O’Brien / Ireland / 2019 / 5 mins

Caged
Owen O'Mahony / Ireland / 2018 / 12 mins

Tulaigh Bheag Woods
Mark Riordan / Ireland / 2018 / 7 mins

Pure Gold
Rik Gordon / Ireland / 2019 / 14 mins

Vegetable
Mícheál Fleming / Ireland / 2018 / 13 mins

The Trap
Helen Flanagan / Ireland / 2019 / 12 mins

Violet
Madeline Graham, Christopher Whiteside / Ireland / 12 mins / drama

Mother Father Monster
Sean Breathnach / Ireland / 2019 / 13 mins

Note: Times shown in RED are sold-out.

Sunday 13 Oct 201918:00     

Dark Lies the Island





Rating: TBC
Director: Ian Fitzgibbon
Written by Irish author Kevin Barry and based around characters he created for his own short story collection, Ian Fitzgibbon’s (Death of a Superhero) pitch-black comedy centres on a small Irish town over a week-long period. If you’re going get involved with men in a small Irish town, they might as well be the Mannions - and Sara is involved up to her neck. The Mannions are a feuding family in the town of Dromord who are all set at each other. Sara is married to Daddy Mannion but holding a candle for her first love, his son Doggy. When she also gets involved with his brother, trouble looms. An impressive Irish cast including Peter Coonan, Charlie Murphy, Pat Shortt and Moe Dunford flesh out this unique, dark, comedy which offers on-the-nose observations about Irish life.

Note: Times shown in RED are sold-out.

Sunday 13 Oct 201920:30     
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