As the very successful international festival run for Our Unfenced Country draws to a close, (with perhaps one last film festival to be announced shortly) we have a couple more festival announcements to make.
First is the (Bafta qualifying) London International Short Film Festival, on 10 January 2015 in the fantastic venue of the Hackney Picturehouse. The LSFF has been noted this week by the Guardian in their Arts Highlights as:
More than just another collection of good shorts (not that there’s anything wrong with that), this is a festival with an anarchic, experimental sensibility and no time for social niceties.
Second screening announcement is the acceptance of Our Unfenced Country into the wonderful Dingle International Film Festival, taking place 12-15 March. The film will be screened in the legendary St. James Church (of Other Voices fame).
The short film will have screened at over 15 film festivals in Ireland, Europe and the United States, since the the premiere screening a year ago in the Chicago Irish Film Festival, March 2014.