Nine Irish films are set to take part in the Short Film Corner at this year’s Cannes Film Festival.

Earlier we posted about Bertie Brosnan returning for the second year in a row with his new short Sineater, now we bring word of the other 8 films that will feature. Michela Orlandi’s drama The Silencer, M√≠cheal √ì’Flaithearta’s Irish language documentary Charlie Lennon – Ceol √≥n gCro√≠, Helen Rollins’ fantasy drama Jamaica, Stephen O’Connor’s thriller The Crossing, Emma Carlson’s Irish language drama An Crann, and three comedic dramas Erin Mullally’s The Struggle of Libations, Natasha Waugh’s Food Fight, and Hannah Quinn’s My Bonnie.

At Cannes, short films are represented at the Competition, at the end of which the short films Jury awards a Palme d’Or, and at the Short Film Corner, a professional area for meeting people, exchanging ideas and promoting films.

The Cannes Film Festival runs May 13th to 24th.

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Charlie Lennon - Ceol ón gCroí (2014)
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An Crann
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The Crossing
Directed by Stephen O'Connor
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Food Fight
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Jamaica
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My Bonnie
Directed by Hannah Quinn
Staring Liz Quinn, Tom Sullivan …
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The Silencer
Directed by Michela Orlandi
Staring Dean Scully …
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Sineater
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The Struggle of Libations
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