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08 Jan 2016 : Seán Brosnan
Muiris Crowley wrote, directed and produced ‘Change in the Weather’ and also plays the lead role
Muiris Crowley’s ‘Change in the Weather’ to screen in competition at the Clermont Ferrand Short Film Festival and new short film scheme announced by Filmbase and RTÉ.

‘Change in the Weather’ to screen in competition at Clermont Ferrand

Irish short film ‘Change in the Weather’ has been selected to screen in competition at the 38th Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival.

Produced, written & directed by Muiris Crowley, ‘Change in the Weather’ deals with a young man living in rural Ireland, struggling to adjust to a sudden change in his furtive lifestyle.

Muiris, who also plays the lead role in the film said “You create something at home in Kerry with the help of your family and friends and all of a sudden it’s being screened to an international audience at the world’s most important short film festival; it’s the stuff dreams are made of.”

The Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival (French: Festival international du court métrage de Clermont-Ferrand) is one of the world's leading film festivals dedicated to short films. It is held annually in Clermont-Ferrand, France, and is the largest film festival in France in terms of audience and professional attendance, boasting over 100,000 attendees annually.

‘Change in the Weather’ received it’s Irish premiere at the 16th Kerry Film Festival picking up the Best of Kerry Award.

The Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival will take place Feb 5th-13th, 2016.

For more information on the film, go to http://www.clermont-filmfest.com.

Filmbase and RTÉ announce new Short Film Scheme

Filmbase and RTÉ have announced a new short film scheme called Short Shots.

This unique scheme doesn’t just fund films, it offers the next generation of filmmakers a programme of development and production support.

Championing Ireland’s diverse and dynamic emerging filmmakers, they offer development support for shortlisted projects, as well as production and distribution support to the eventual greenlit films. People with good ideas should be encouraged to apply regardless of their creative backgrounds. A wide net will be cast to find new writers, producers and directors with a clear sense of visual storytelling and an original voice.

The purpose of Short Shots is to stimulate a truly independent and unique approach to creative filmmaking. Through this scheme, Filmbase and RTÉ are looking for ambitious films and authentic stories that will excite and resonate with audiences.

The culmination of the programme will be the opportunity of producing a short film with a production budget of €10,000 in a stimulating and supportive environment.

For more information on the scheme, go to http://filmbase.ie/short-shots-filmbaserte-new-short-film-scheme/#.Vo-tEPmLRaQ.





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