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RHIFF Announce ‘An Evening of Short Film’ in Limerick
12 Feb 2018 :
The Richard Harris International Film Festival has announced an evening of short film in association with Limerick City & County Council.

The evening which will showcase a number of selected short films made in Ireland is set to take place at the University Concert Hall in Limerick.

 

The screening takes place on Monday, February 26th with tickets available online or at box office.

Online ticket offer - €5

Box Office - €7.50 & €6.00

Box Office contact – (+353 61 331549)

 

Some of the short films being screened include:

 

THE SECRET MARKET directed by Garret Daly

Dr. Amy McCarthy has risen through the medical ranks to become chief surgeon. She has a near perfect life until her past comes back to haunt her.

The Secret Market was recently IFTA nominated for the ‘Best Short Live Action’ category.

 

THE OBSERVER EFFECT directed by Garret Walsh

A woman is haunted by a dark watcher, a man obsessed with thoughts of her vicious murder; but as the fateful hour draws near brutal events unfold to reveal truths they could never imagine.

 

JON directed by Gemma Addy and Dave Slade

An Irish inmate’s parole is threatened two weeks from release. Starring Paul Reid
 

DUFFY directed by Sam Eather
Nothing on the brutal rugby league field frightens Duffy, but the demons off it are destroying his once promising future. To save himself, he must confront the one incident in his life that has always haunted him.

 

LOST MEMORIES directed by Eamonn Murphy

Inspired by a true story, Sean races against the clock to his mother’s death bed while dealing with inter-family politics over the phone.

 

KUBRICK BY CANDLEIGHT directed by David O’Reilly

In 1973 Stanley Kubrick came to Ireland and brought the whole goddamn British Army. A light hearted romantic comedy set behind the scenes of the filming of Kubrick’s Barry Lyndon. Narrated by Brian Cox.

 

ACORN directed by Kevin de la Isla O’Neill

Busy-body mother Maureen battles Principal Finan during a parent-teacher meeting concerning her son Greg and his unusual behaviour during the school’s nativity play rehearsals.

 

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