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OH BROTHER directed by Mia Mullarkey Fergal has Asperger’s Syndrome and lives a lonely life. A short comedy drama about two brothers travelling to Amsterdam to find the right escort for Fergal.

NATIVE directed by Linda Bhreathnach An Irishman in the twilight of his life embarks on an emo onal journey to seek out the home and family he had le in his youth.

JANUARY HYMN directed by Katherine Canty A reflec on on grief, January Hymn sees Clara return home for the first anniversary of her father's death.

AMY directed by Leah Morgan In this in mate portrait, Amy shares her story in her own words. Despite losing her mother at a young age and ba ling with Body Dysmorphic Disorder, Amy maintains an inspiring zest for life.

CREAK directed by Elizabeth Dean Never assume it's just the house se ling. An original and unexpected telling of the classic Hitchcock blonde as she makes her way through a most ominous night.

LULA directed by Aoife O’Kelly Based on the true events in 1944 that recount the survival of Regina 'Lula' Jakubowska in war torn Poland, who had to face down German SS officers in an a empt to protect her husband.

Q.E.D. directed by Amy‐Joyce Has ngs. A couple dealing with the a ermath of a terrible accident explore what we will and won't sacrifice for the person we love.

A L O N E directed by Kerrie Ahern A L O N E is about a young girl who goes on an adventure with her camera when she stumbles upon a shy creature in the forest.

International Women's Day Screenings  

Women in Film Screening, 8th March 2018 #IWD #PressforProgress QED Dir. By Amy Joyce Hastings ALONE Dir. By Kerrie Ahern NATIVE Dir By Linda...

International Women's Day Screenings  

Women in Film Screening, 8th March 2018 #IWD #PressforProgress QED Dir. By Amy Joyce Hastings ALONE Dir. By Kerrie Ahern NATIVE Dir By Linda...

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