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I've got this idea for a film

I’ve got this idea for a film.

James Fair and his crew have 72 hours to shoot, cut and deliver a feature film. A journey in filmmaking, a DIY call to action and an intimate portrait of a director, ‘I’ve Got This Idea For A Film’ explores the price of getting our visions up on the big screen.

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Saharan Diary

The story follows a group of unlikely travellers as they travel overland to the Sahara. Along their route they learn as much about themselves as the people they meet. Set against incredible landscapes in Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria and Libya, yet shot upon consumer video cameras, this documentary shows the Sahara in a way that is […]

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Watching and Waiting

The story follows Katherine (Johanne Murdock), an English private investigator who has been hired to probe the movements of Michael (Rory Mullen), a businessman suspected of infidelity. For three days, Katherine follows Michael during his ‘business’ trip to Ireland, gathering evidence to incriminate him. However, when Katherine meets Tomas (David Keoghan), an escort that she […]

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Peppermint

Peppermint is a present day drama about Beth, a young teenager whose life is a difficult mix of emerging sexuality, turbulent relationships and personal insecurity. The story circles around Beth’s attempt to validate herself in the eyes of her competitive mother Ann, resulting in a series of shocking revelations which unfold in the space of one […]

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Kyle

Two characters strive to rebuild their lives in the wake of a shared tragedy: Kyle attempts to escape his past while a working mother goes to desperate ends to build a better future for her daughter. Drawing heart-wrenching emotion from its non-professional cast, this is a nervy, singular achievement of independent filmmaking.

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Wrists

A woman moves in to an idyllic country house to recover from a traumatic event. One day she rescues a man from crashing his motorbike. She becomes obsessed with him and his slowly drawn into his dark world. An experimental narrative that flows through reality, fantasy fear and imagination along different streams of consciousness.

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The Ballad of Des and Mo

Des (Michael F. Cahill) and Mo (Kate O’Toole) are an Irish couple who arrive in Melbourne on their second honeymoon, but their luggage doesn’t arrive with them. Their troubles worsen once their bankcard is swallowed at the ATM, forcing them to stay at a hostel. When Des is charged for abuse towards airport staff and […]

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