Competing films for the Best Irish Short include Taunt Studios ‘Tot’ from Taunt Studios in Belfast, the popular RTÉ/Daily Madness Co-Production “To the Stars” covering the journey of Dr Norah Patten, Boulder Media’s ‘Brother Ezekiel’, “Rawr” directed by Sorcha McGlinchey, and ‘Far Isle’ from Paper Owls.
As well as showcasing Irish films, the festival is offering an international short film programme with a selection of films including “Kring!” from Brainy Bones Studios in Malaysia and the dystopian environmental horror film “Wade” produced by Ghost Studios in India.
An Cathoirleach, Una Power, said:
I would just like to congratulate all of the students and graduates, and the Animation Studios both here in Ireland and overseas for their tremendous work on this project.
The Dublin Animation Film Festival has been supported since 2011 by Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council and is proud to encourage new Irish talent. The festival is also supported by Creative Ireland and Fáilte Ireland.
Tickets are €10.32 for a pass – go to daff2020.eventive.org for more details! Passholders are also invited to vote for the Audience Choice Award!