Light in Motion Awards – Irish Short Film Programme Two
The second programme for the Light in Motion Irish Short Film awards
Take Me Swimming
A son must overcome his own conflicted feelings and honour his father’s intentions to keep his mother alive, despite her expressed wish to the contrary.
Ireland.2017. Director: Claire Dix. 15mins
The Widow’s Last
Ireland, 1847. A destitute young widow desperate to save her dying son, must make a choice, but is the cost of survival worth the price of her humanity?
Ireland/UK.2017. Director: Vanessa Perdriau. Duration: 22mins
Leap of Faith
Kelly longs for a connection in a disconnected world.
Ireland.2017. Director: Mark Smyth. Duration:13mins
Based on the real stories of thousands. A young Irish man in an unfamiliar European city gets help and refuge from an illegal immigrant for a night, a young man like himself. For one night, they’re equals.
Ireland.2017. Director: Leticia Agudo. Duration: 20mins
The story is based on an experience of a journalist who was living in New York at the time of 9/11.
Ireland/USA.2016. Director: Jim Sheridan. Duration: 11mins
A Back To The Future – obsessed traveller boy strives to finish building his own DeLorean replica before his family are evicted from their halting site.
Ireland.2017. Director: Steve Kenny. Duration: 12mins
All films in the competition have yet to receive certification. Some films contain strong language and themes that may be upsetting to people of a sensitive nature. Not suitable for audiences under 18 years of age.