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Irish Shorts Screen at Anime Caribe Festival
24 Oct 2007 :
Matthew Talbot-Kelly’s ’Blind Man’s Eye’, Eoghan Kidney’s ‘Stars’ and Ronan Coyle’s ‘Phantom’ are among the Irish animated shorts set to screen at this year’s Animae Caribe Animation and New Media Festival in Trinidad and Tobago, which takes place from the 25th-27th of October.

Alan Lambert, of Dublin film and music video production company Metal Dragon, will bring the selection to the festival, which includes works selected from the Darklight touring programme.

‘Blind Man’s Eye’ is a 2D/ 3D animated short inspired by Eastern European film, theatre and puppetry animation that follows an old man sitting at his favourite bench, as he drifts into a reverie.

‘Stars’ tells a tragic story of Sophie, an ill young woman who experiences synesthetic hallucinations.

Ronan Coyle’s ‘Phantom’ explores the memories that remain in a vacated flat in Dublin, and is a collaboration between an animator, a composer and a photographer.

Other shorts set to screen include Anthony Kelly and David Stallings’ ‘Asphalt’, exploring the secret life of a blood-bank; P. Madden and E. Whelehan’s abstract animation ‘PSP + Me’; Del9’s ‘Mixmasters’; Maeve Clancey and Jamie Hannigan’s ‘The Boy With the Ever-Open Jaw’; and two of Vera Klute’s animations ‘Mind the Mucus’ and ‘Hum-drum’.

Johnny Kelly’s ‘We Still Got It’, an animated music video for Dublin group The Redneck Manifesto, and Tim Redfern’s ‘Naughtix’, a generative video for an electronic track by Dublin duo Ambulance, will also screen.

The screening will take place on Friday 26th October at 7pm

For more info on the festival visit www.animaecaribe.com



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