Culture Night

#CultureNight2017: Special One Minute Film Festival in Galway

Galway City of Film in partnership with Galway Film Centre will present a special screening of the One Minute Film Festival for Culture Night 2017, which this year takes place on Friday, September 22nd.

30 one-minute films of all genres will be screened including documentary, live action, art-house and animation. These super short films pack a punch proving that a really great story can be told in just one minute.

  • A Petite Drop – Emily Loughnane
  • Adi – Jip Heijenga
  • All The Right Buttons – Jamie Mills
  • Bad Bitches – Ann-Marie O’Connor & Sarah Kinlen
  • Ballpark – David McNaboe
  • Beautiful Chaos – Laura Poortenga
  • Black River – Fabien Oman
  • Breakouts and Other Problems – Mark Gallagher
  • Camping Unplugged – Leon Butler
  • Capturing the Craic – David Souto
  • Dead Daddy Syndrome – Ciaran Tobin
  • Desire – Rodrigo Ternevoy
  • Drifting Off – Robert Keane
  • Even Closer – Josep Gutierrez
  • Eyes – SeongYun Hwang
  • I Like Football – Jamillah Van der Hulst
  • I Paint With My Eyes And My Heart – Caroline Brennan
  • I’ll Keep You Wild – Michelle & Andy Greaves
  • Judgement – Elijah Egan
  • Nanna’s House – Niall Glynn
  • Parfum – Graham Cantwell
  • Passport Photos – Eoin O’Neill
  • Popcorn – Karine Dalsin
  • Stacey Lee – Jennifer Meade
  • Tempo – Arjan Brentjes
  • The Governess – Sean Breathnach
  • The Surreal Farmer of Doolin – Dermott Petty
  • Time and Space – Fergal Costello
  • Tree Wolf – Bill Hazzard
  • You’re Here – Emily Murray

GFC will also have a special screening of POSTCARD by The Hasty Fellows which included Liza Bolton, Chris Bolton, Nigel Gilhooly, Derek Donlon, Mia Camillini, Sorcha Craddock, Craig Stewart, Aine Gallagher, Brian Nolan and Graham Keane. This was the winning film from the recent Little Cinema & Galway City of Film 48 Hour Challenge, where teams of filmmakers took to the streets and fields of Galway City and County to – write, shoot, and edit – their films in just 48 hours!

The One Minute Film Festival Special for Culture Night showcases the best in super-short filmmaking, where every moment counts, so check it out for a fun evening of cinema!

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