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Festival News: Celtic Call, 'Fairycatcher' & 'July'
17 Sep 2010 :
Twas a Morning in July
Low budget documentary, ‘Twas a Morning in July’ has scooped two prizes at the New York International Independent Film & Video Festival, whilst Kealan O’Rourke’s ‘Fairycatcher’ has been selected for the Vancouver International Film Festival and the Celtic Media Festival is currently inviting submissions for its 19 categories.

‘Twas a Morning in July’ double win at NY Film Festival

The New York International Independent Film & Video Festival announced recently that Brendan Kerins’ low budget feature, ‘Twas a Morning in July’ has scooped two of the events awards – namely Best International Directorial Debut and Best International Geographical Documentary. The feature is directed by Brendan Kerins.

The feature is produced by Premier Video Productions and John Cash of Goldenphotography. The film grew out of a trip that Tipperary-born photographer John took last year in a bid to boost his county's tourism profile. During an interview with Fran Curry on Tipp FM it was suggested that John should make a film.

‘Twas a Morning in July’ is a feature documentary that looks to act as a testament to Tipperary’s natural beauty. It features interviews with horse trainer Aiden O'Brien from Ballydoyle stables, former Tipperary hurler Pat Fox and Henry Healy, President Barack Obama's eighth cousin. Both New York International Independent Film & Video Festival awards will be presented at a ceremony in Los Angeles in November. The filmmaking pair are currently inviting sponsorship to help them make their way to Los Angeles in order to collect their awards. For more information e-mail Brendan at pvp@iol.ie.

‘Fairycatcher’ selected for Vancouver Film Festival

Kealan O'Rourke's ‘Fairycatcher’ has been selected for the Vancouver International Film Festival. The animation tells the poignant story of a young fairy who, after witnessing the brutal death of his friend at the hands of a mysterious creature, is captured by the Queen's Fairycatcher.

Produced by Adrian Devane (The Parting) for Igloo Productions, and financed through the IFB Signatures scheme the film premiered at the Galway Film Fleadh 2009.

The 29th Vancouver International Film Festival runs from September 30th to October 15th and will feature over 300 films to an expected audience of 150,000, aiming to represent the best in alternative and feature filmmaking from around the world.

Celtic Media Festival Calls for Submissions

Submissions are currently being accepted for 2011’s Celtic Media Festival. The festival will take place next year in Scotland’s Western Isles. Anyone who has made a programme, film or interactive project which was completed between 23rd October 2009 and 22 October 2010 can submit projects.

Torcs will be awarded in the 19 categories including Factual Series, Sport, Arts, Shot Drama, Feature Length Drama, Animation, Education and Marketing Campaign. For a full list of categories and to submit a project click here: www.celticmediafestival.co.uk/entries. The deadline for the receipt of entries is Friday, October 22nd.



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