IndieCork make some short films available online

IndieCork make some short films available online

Still from Damian McCarthy's film Caveat.

Ireland’s biggest festival for shorts, IndieCork, have made a number of shorts programmes free to view on their online platform, sponsored by Blacknight Solutions Great Cork Shorts.

This is an archival programme of exceptional shorts made in Cork, originally screened on Culture Night this year.

They include the first short made by Damian Mc Carthy, director of the opening film Caveat, He Dies in The End Padraig Trehy’s My First Motion Picture Brian Stynes Before The Car Arrives Sean Breathnach’s Gothic Horror, Mother Father, Monster and, from 50 years ago, They Said It Didn’t They? directed by Joe McCarthy.

The 'Manifestations of Fear: International Horror Shorts' programme showcases contemporary horrifying short films dealing with the fear of humankind and the terror of technology. 

The 'Homemade: Lockdown Stories' programme is a fascinating document on life during lockdown. 

Here people will see drama, comedy, horror, documentary, imaginative and revelatory films about what life was/is like in such times.

With films by Ladj Ly (Les Misérables), France, Nadia Tass (Malcolm), Australia, John Smith (Girl Chewing Gum) UK, and many Irish filmmakers.

To access the films simply register through IndieCork Online can be accessed at:

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