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Galway City of Film in partnership with Galway Film Centre and the Galway Film Fleadh are delighted to announce that the One Minute Film Festival is back for this year’s Fleadh!

Galway City of Film are inviting Filmmakers / Film Enthusiasts to make a one-minute HD film, based on any subject or any story. A panel of judges will select the best 30 One Minute Films and they will be screened at a special public event at the Galway Film Fleadh.

This year, there are cash prizes of up to €250 for the best 3 Films which will be chosen following the Galway Film Fleadh screening where your work will be screened to an international audience.

Entry to this competition is free and all genres are welcome including documentary, live action, art-house and animation!

Last year’s One Minute Film Festival included films from around the world, with 2 sold out screenings. The winner was the fantastic Bathmat by Jamie Sykes, second place went to Conor Healy for his film The Marksman and joint third place prize went to Mark Gallagher for The Jump and Marlon van der Strigt for Tormented.

Deadline for Entry: 4pm (GMT) Wednesday 19th June 2019

How to Enter:

  • Send a private Vimeo/Youtube link of your film along with the password to admin@galwayfilmcentre.ie
  • Please note: Do not initially send film files. Once the 30 films are selected to be screened we will then request a copy of your film (specifications: .mov/.mp4, H264, Apple Pro Res – 25fps) along with still images.

Guidelines:

  • One film per entrant.
  • Have copyright/permission for the music used.
  • Entries must have been made since July 2018.
  • Duration limit is 70 seconds including credits. Longer than this will not be considered.

For any further info: email admin@galwayfilmcentre.ie or go to www.galwayfilmcentre.ie

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The Story of Looking with Mark Cousins & Declan McGrath | August 23rd
The Story of Looking with Mark Cousins & Declan McGrath

Speakers: Mark Cousins interviewed by Declan McGrath
Date: Thursday August 23rd, 2018.
Duration: 3pm – 4.30pm
Venue: The Portershed, Galway City.
Cost: €10. Limited places available. Booking through Eventbrite.

Course Profile: 
What is inside or outside the frame of a picture, the colours and shapes that the frame contains – these are some of the most important elements in what defines cinema. In this afternoon chat with Mark Cousins, we will go on a visual journey, exploring the story of looking in many art forms especially cinema and we will also discuss the emotion and meaning that can be produced by images. The talk will be chaired by Declan McGrath and is inspired by Mark’s new book, ‘The Story of Looking’.

Participant Profile: This talk is aimed at those working in the audio-visual sector who want to take some time out to discuss the importance of an image and its potential power.

Application procedure: 
Book your place at this EVENTBRITE: https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/the-story-of-looking-with-mark-cousins-declan-mcgrath-tickets-48592908698

Email education@galwayfilmcentre.ie with any further queries.

About Mark Cousins: 
Mark Cousins is an Irish-Scottish film director, writer and occasional presenter/critic on film. He is a prolific producer and director and is best known for his 15-hour 2011 documentary ‘The Story of Film: An Odyssey’. He is returning to Galway on August 23rd to present his latest film ‘The Eyes of Orson Welles’, which includes details of Welles’ time spent in Connemara in 1931.

About Declan McGrath:
Belfast man, Declan McGrath, has recently directed and produced Lomax in Éirinn for TG4 and the BAI. In 2016, he directed and produced Mary McAleese & The Man Who Saved Europe for RTÉ and BBC (winner of the Radharc Award for Best Historical Documentary 2016). Declan has also written two books on the craft of cinema and contributes to the American film magazine, ‘Cineaste’.

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This event is run with the support of the Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht.

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You can contact Galway Film Centre at
admin@galwayfilmcentre.ie 
or +353 (0) 91 770 748
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