4:30 pm – 6:30 pm
The Commercial, 46-47 Catherine St, Limerick
Ticket Cost: €5.00
The Don’t Get Caught block will feature 9 Student Films:
Directed by Owen O’Mahony
Runtime: 11 minutes, 44 seconds
Mrs Buckman, taxidermist, is about to be relieved of her greatest burden.
Easy for Some
Directed by Niamh Sauter-Cooke
Runtime: 6 minutes, 2 seconds
When her husband turns up unexpectedly at the door, a woman’s elaborate dinner plans with her lover are cast into disarray.
Directed by Paz Roz
Runtime: 5 minutes 15 seconds
Assif coming back to his childhood home after a long time, he start moving to knock on his parent home and meet them again to talk about the letter his mom sent him, as long he’s walking to reach the bell the memories floating and Assif beginning his memory adventure who will help them understand and decide if his visit worth this feeling.
Directed by Oisín-Tomás Ó Raghallaigh
Runtime: 8 minutes
Sarah, a shy 15-year-old girl, finds the courage to open up about the abuse she and her brother have faced at the hands of their mother and the psychological consequences of it while attending an appointment at a children’s mental health facility.
Directed by Lukasz Langowski
When he goes fishing, George is conflicted whether to let the fish go as he hears it talk.
Directed by Gwen O’Toole
Runtime: 8 minutes, 20 seconds
Shame is a complex topic that is a huge inhibitor and struggle for so many people. There is much work yet to be done to help people recognise shame and tackle it. I believe that film is one powerful way to make some headway. We are sure that ours is an important film, especially at a time when there is so much conversation around shame, cross-dressing etc.
Forget Me Not
Directed by David Brosnan
Runtime: 12 minutes, 14 seconds
In a bleak future, Kylian Locke does his best to stay under the radar. Due to the rise in corporations, technological oppression has become the norm, with each citizen regularly undergoing checks to ensure a passive emotional state, under punishment of Memory Realignment for those who fall out of line.
Directed by Michael Wohlfeld
Runtime: 10 minutes, 38 seconds
Claire, an independent woman who is also a courier for a criminal organization gets double crossed. With her life in danger she has to fight for herself and prevent a terrible thing from happening.
Directed by Rachel Smyth
Runtime: 6 minutes, 9 seconds
In 1980s Ireland, Saoirse finds her fate in the hands of a stranger at a garage as she attempts to flee an abusive relationship.
As The Devil Drives
Directed by Callum O’Brien
Runtime: 16 minutes, 21 seconds
Ken is infatuated with his friend Lucy. It’s a secret he’s managed to keep, along with his disdain for her boyfriend and his ‘best friend’ – Evan, so how then does a darkly dressed young woman he meets at a party know this?
Directed by Méabh Deloughry
Runtime: 1 minute, 50 seconds
Piseogaí is the Irish word for superstitions. This film is about a frightened, yet determined young child who has been trapped in
a fairy realm and is finally making her escape, but there is someone stalking close behind her.
Directed by Caoimhe Sheehan
Runtime: 4 minutes 13 seconds
A young mixed race girl is struggling with her identity. Torn between her culture and societies standards, she is unsure of how to express herself to the outside world.
2019 Student Screenings
Student Screenings Block 1: Chosen Destination
Student Screenings Block 2: Don’t Get Caught
Student Screenings Block 3: Stuck in a Moment
Student Screenings Block 4: Loving Care
Student Screenings Block 5: What’s Right in Front of You