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Student Films are stupid, Dir: Sinead Huggins. A Zom-Com about student film makers. They are making a zombie movie in the woods when actual zombies begin to appear. Also, an unlikely roman blooms from all the chaos. To request an unlisted UTube or Vimeo link to screen this movie contact: ladysfirstintlfilmfestival@gmail.com

Student Films are Stupid

The Corridor, Dir: Simon Devir. An airy short with soothing chime like music that turns to dance when two strangers immediately share profound intimacy without remembering each other's names, both sides of the story later research this missing link without caring too much about the nostalgic value of a child's doll abandoned on the floor of a relic of a house they meet in before the sounds of a car crash clue us into imaging the outcome of this taste of love. This movie is available on UTube. To screen this movie click on the link, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ke9hE7kX9Go

The Corridor

Fire, Produced by 24B Productions. Written and Directed by Damien Costello. This feature has a suspense thriller edge and revolves around a flatshare situation where all three lodgers are unemployed young men with plenty of time on their hands to support social and mental entertainment with smoke and booze. A little slow moving, their reality is influenced by Bobby's exgirlfriend, who's facial bruising has prompted the men to manipulate blackmail, and entrap Bobby so he is forced to pay financially for verbally and physically abusing a woman. When they party with an older man who provides pills to unleash the mind there are scenes of escapism without any women present along with a 3D encouragement to misbehave. This movie is available on UTube. To screen this movie click on the link, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5yqzMjTWe28

Fire

Parallel, Produced by Lydia Ford, Gemma Stack and Olivia Flanagan. A light hearted short film concerning a young man's curiosity of what it means to be a woman and the discovery of what it means to impersonate and mock another person's character in a humorous flirtation. To request an unlisted UTube or Vimeo link to screen this movie contact: ladysfirstintlfilmfestival@gmail.com

Parallel

The Invincible CuChulainn, Dir: Emily Fitzgerald. When competition can't spell war, and war can't spell art, but art can spell life, a film producer gets awarded funding of 1.4 million euros to produce a film about a UCC college student who gets possessed by the disembodied soul of CuChulainn, a mythical Irish war hero. To request an unlisted UTube or Vimeo link to screen this movie contact: ladysfirstintlfilmfestival@gmail.com

The Invincible CuChulainn

Lilium, Dir: Vaughan Buckley. A detective mystery thriller similiar to the film 'The Mechanic' when the blame for murder is shifted to segregate groups of people instead of individuals. The lead victim, Lily is not entirely innocent and not entirely guilty of what she is accused of, but the pressure of studying crime means she becomes obsessed and mentally ill to the point of blurring the parameters of reality and thoughful imagination. Lily is the classic example of post-traumatic stress disorder playing upon obsessive compulsive disorder flipping her reality into imagining a fictional character called ALice. The end of the movie is disappointing as there is still one character on the loose wearing the robes of God. This movie is available on UTube. To screen this movie click on the link, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wPvAAhDiCfI

Lilium

Y Factor, Dir: Bobby Lee. An informative conversation on the youthful entertainers in Youghal, Co. Cork gaining experience and enjoyment with their talents of pleasure under the sharp coordination of Bobby Lee from his indepth musical portfolio available on Sacred Roots.com This interview is available on UTube. To screen this movie click on the link, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hjP49yUOv90

Y Factor

Another Way Home, Produced by Complete Control Films, is a film that recounts the extraordinary story of how the mother of a schizophrenic girl creates an alternative environment to the psychiatric system and embarks on an emotional journey overcoming prejudice and bigotry to help change many lives damaged by the revolvingdoor of mental health care. The film challenges current methods of psychiatry and attitudes to mental illness and looks to the future with inspiring testimonies from those who have been to the edge of human experience and back carrying with them the triumph of will, a lust for life and a right to live it with dignity. To request an unlisted UTube or Vimeo link to screen this movie contact: ladysfirstintlfilmfestival@gmail.com

Another Way Home

OSD: Obsessive Stalking Disorder, Produced and narrated by Emily Fitzgerald. With several cases in the public domain we take a look at obsessive stalking disorder, when strangers get in trouble for imagining personal and private connectivity to public figures usually movie stars. To request an unlisted UTube or Vimeo link to screen this movie contact: ladysfirstintlfilmfestival@gmail.com

OSD

Two Good Reasons, Starring Nathan Slattery. A two tone video, interchanging between colour representing the reality of a creative person using a TV remote instead of realizing his potential, and black and white representing the casting of a magical change of spell, Nathan Slattery plays an array of different characters beginning with a TV presenter looking bored and compassionate towards familiarity until something changes focus and there is ample opportunity to show off. At first it seems the door being charmed is the front door of the arm chair man's house that leads him to a harmless reality in everyday life with human nature but after looking closely we see there is a phone booth behind the door and the magician played by Nathan, is both casting a spell and appearing as the rabbit in the magician's hat. This music video concludes with the song 'Waking the Father again' as the magician tapes something vigorously round his magic wand, and the arm chair man's expression as he gets an idea from the brain storm in his unprotected skype open living room. This movie is available on UTube. To screen this movie click on the link, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q2odkx_Ca5g

Two Good Reasons