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Delighted to announce that Kevin Liddy’s Short Film ‘The Suffering Kind has won the ‘Spirit of IndieCork’ Award at this years festival. The screening of the film took place earlier today and the announcement came at the awards ceremony at the Gate Cinema in Cork.

Other screenings also took place at the Woodstock Film Festival in New York over the weekend.

More soon.

INDIECORK Film Festival Website HERE.

 

 

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The Suffering Kind is to have its North American Premiere in October at the Woodstock Film Festival. The film is also in the Maverick Awards category.

For info on the screenings and the Woodstock Film Festival click HEREhttp://wff.pointinspace.com/festival2014/films.php?p_id=375

 

The Suffering Kind to also screen at the Indie Cork Film Festival

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The Suffering Kind will feature at the Indie Cork Film Festival. The screening will take place on October 19th at 4:15pm at the Gate Cinema.

See the Website HERE for more info. http://indiecork.com/programme/films/irish-shorts-five/
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The debut short film by writer Tommy C Conlon will have its premiere tomorrow night at The Red Hen on Patrick’s Street from 8:30pm.
Play it again son! Will see local actors such as Pius McGrath and Miles Breen star in a period drama based on the iconic and controversial character, Sean South.
Along with other shorts Kevin Keily Jr.’s Movies at The Mezz is becoming very popular amoungst the film loving and making community in Limerick and Monday night’s programme is set to impress again.

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This month’s Behind the Scenes gathering will be a Networking Session where filmmakers / students / actors  and industry professionals will meet each other on a one-to-one-basis, you will be given time to introduce yourself to fellow filmmakers, to discuss present and upcoming projects.

Date: Monday 29th November 2014

Venue: Dolans (Upstairs)

Time: 7:00pm – 8:00pm

Book your ticket now – This will also sign you up to monthly updates and latest news from Behind the Scenes.

This is also an opportunity to speak to industry professionals about finding work experience opportunities.

We look forward to see existing members and new members and guests are welcome.

 

Extract taken from Behind The Scenes Website

 

Following on, from what was an incredible weekend to be remembered, here is the short documentary ‘One Giant Leap’ featuring local Limerick actor; Zeb Moore, retelling the story of his experience working with ‘Granny’ and the Royal DeLuxe in Limerick (Sept 2014).

Shot over the three days on location in Limerick City.

Special thanks to Zeb Moore, for his generous time to talk in this piece, as well as the team in Limerick City of Culture 2014 including: Sheila Deegan, Olivia O’Sullivan, Lavinia Duggan and Mike Fitzpatrick.

All the music is by Michel Augier, Royal DeLuxe La Bande Originale!

Documentary Produced by Simon McGuire

Please enjoy and share.

Simon.

 

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Delighted to see that Kevin Liddy’s Short Film, The Suffering Kind will be part of the Woodstock Film Festival in October.
For information see the follow link:
http://wff.pointinspace.com/festival2014/details.php?id=24754

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Short Teaser trailer for a new short documentary in production, focusing on a special aspect of the visit of the Royal De Luxe and ‘Granny’ to Limerick in September 2014.

Details of release soon.

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The Galway Film Fleadh screened short by Kevin Liddy and Edited by myself; The Suffering Kind; will have a special screening on September 14th at the IFI in Dublin. Also to be screened will be Kevin’s award winning short ‘Horse’. Kevin and certain crew will be in attendance.

(Below is Taken from IFI website)

Ireland on Sunday is our monthly showcase for new Irish film.

The Director, Kevin Liddy will participate in a post-screening Q&A.

In his long-awaited new work, The Suffering Kind, multi-award-winning director Kevin Liddy moves away from the stark Irish countryside which defined his earlier films (Horse, Soldier’s Song and Country) to an urban setting in upstate New York. Filmed by Oscar-nominated Declan Quinn, this intimate drama about an inner city priest and a sanitation worker trying to maintain his sobriety, is about the power of delusion and the longings that haunt us.

Kevin’s first cinema short, Horse, is a muscular, poetic evocation of 1960s rural Ireland about a father’s inability to communicate with his young son, magnificently photographed by Donal Gilligan.

 

THE SUFFERING KIND: 26 MINUTES, IRELAND-U.S.A., 2014, COLOUR,D-CINEMA HORSE: 30 MINUTES, IRELAND, 1993,COLOUR, 35MM

To Book tickets for this special screening please visit the IFI website HERE

 

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Behind The Scenes is back tonight. Dolans Pub on the Dock road at 7pm.
See you there.

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Behind The Scenes is back tonight. Dolans Pub on the Dock road at 7pm.
See you there.