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Continuing the previous post about the short film Warts and All, I edited, and it being selected for this years Galway Film Fleadh, there has also been success for a number of LSAD Graduates of the Creative Broadcast & Film Production programme (and its previous variation).

On behalf of the academic team at LSAD, we say congratulations and we are delighted with the continued success of these and all our graduates. If you happen to be visiting the Fleadh in July we recommend you check out their films and work.

Melissa Collins

Melissa Collins

Melissa is the producer on Vonnie: Ireland’s Forgotten Fashion Icon.

Fashion, Family and Fate. An intimate family portrait is woven as three sisters recollect the legacy of their mother Vonnie Reynolds, a forgotten Irish fashion icon forced to retire after a tragic accident.

Directed by Renata Lima, and produced by Melissa Collins

Screens on Sun 10 July / Town Hall Theatre / 10:00 / 18+


Laura O’Shea

Laura O’Shea

Laura is the director on Wednesday Child

Wednesday’s Child- Marie faces her first day on the job as a social care worker. Despite her optimism, a house call to a family in crisis quickly brings her down to reality.

Directed by Laura O Shea and produced by Caroline Harvey & Charleigh Baileigh

Screens on Sat 09 July / Town Hall Theatre / 10:00 / 12+


James Skerritt

James Skerritt

James directed the short documentary A Stone Place

A Stone Place is a visual journey showcasing a unique rock that is quarried on the side of the biggest cliffs in Europe, and that has created the aesthetic of a small rural town in the West of Ireland.

Directed by James Skerritt and produced by Pete Moles.

Screens on Sun 10 July / Town Hall Theatre / 10:00 / 18+


Philip Shanahan

Philip Shanahan

Philip directed Tides of Time

Tides of Time – Taoidí Ama

A hidden door, a jungle, and a journey into the past – an adventure for all the family. Join Molly and Beth in a story that crosses time and generations, for risk-takers young and old.

Doras dofheicthe, dufair, agus turas siar ar an am atá caite. Bí i dteannta Molly agus Beth i scéal a ghluaiseann tríd na glúinte a thing romhainn – eachtra dóibh siúd a ghlacann rioscaí, idir óg agus aosta.

Directed by Phil Shanahan and produced by Cathriona Murphy & Gerard Keenan

Screens on Sun 10 July / Town Hall Theatre / 12:15 / 12+


Muireann de Barra and Andrew Keogh

In addition to the afore mentioned graduates, lecturers Muireann de Barra and Andrew Keogh also have their project Focail Nua (New Words) premiering at the Fleadh.

Ireland has two full-time terminologists whose job is to create hundreds of new Irish words and phrases every month. Focail Nua is a celebration of the vitality, complexity and depth of the language.

Directed by Andrew Keogh and produced by Muireann de Barra

Screens on Sun 10 July / Town Hall Theatre / 10:00 / 18+


Congratulations to all and best of luck on the screenings at the Galway Film Fleadh, and continued success of the films.