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Molodist Film Festival Celebrates Irish Shorts
30 Aug 2010 :
Steph Green's New Boy
A showcase of Irish short films is to be presented at the International Film Festival Molodist in Ukraine which runs until the 31st of August. The Irish films being shown include Steph Green’s Oscar nominated ‘New Boy’, Darren Thornton's ‘Frankie’, Ciaran Foy's ‘The Faeries of Blackheath Woods’, Ken Wardrop's ‘Useless Dog’, ‘Undressing My Mother’ and ‘The Herd’.

The special event will take place at the festival in collaboration with the Irish Film Board and the Irish Film Institute. The shorts will be presented in five separate genres including Irish language shorts, documentary and animated short, short comedies, experimental short films and films involving the themes of love and relationships. It is an opportunity to highlight Irish cinema, cultures and traditions in Ukraine.

Fran Keaveney, the Short Schemes Executive with the IFB will present the festival programme and played host to a master-class on Friday 27th August which included several topics including Government support of cinematography in Ireland; Support schemes of short films and Selection process of projects and the financing stages.

The Molodist international film festival started in 1970 at the Karpenko-Kariy Kyiv Institute of Theatrical Arts as a 2-day festival where 33 students` films were presented. The now week-long festival is celebrated on an international scale and the amount of films presented has risen to 300. It launched this year on August 26th and, as mentioned, will run until Tuesday, August 31st.

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