Outstanding Mallow Short Films to be screened next Month

On Thursday 27th July at 6.30pm Ger Browne presents a free screening of outstanding Mallow-made short films at the Gate Cinema in Market Square, as part of the inaugural Mallow Arts Festival whose main sponsors are Cork County Council and Mallow Credit Union.
These high-quality short films have been funded locally and screened internationally at numerous prestigious film festivals. The screening will feature the work of film makers such as Liam Hallihan, Ross Carey, Nicholas O’Riordan, Michael McGrath Brian, Mark Kent and Ger Browne. The programme will feature a selection of fiction, documentary, animation and experimental film. It’s a great opportunity to catch these hugely entertaining, award winning films:
This Is Not A Mugging (2016), directed by Gerard Browne screened internationally at the prestigious Chicago Irish Film Festival, The Shebeen Film Festival Berlin as well as in L.A, Copenhagen, Rome and Cork.
Gloria (2014), directed by Nicholas O’Riordan and short listed for Best Irish Short Film at the Fastnet Short Film Festival in 2015. Featuring actor Charlie Kelly, Smalltown and Jadotville.
Martin’s Life (2015), directed by Liam Hallihan multi-award winning short animation.
Room 101: The (Loud) Noises of the Community, directed by Michael McGrath Brian. This is a big screen premiere.
The Telephone Operator at Dusk (2016), directed by Mark Kent, an eye popping experimental film that has screened at the Indiecork Film Festival
Date Night, directed by Ross Carey and award winner for Best Cork Short at the 2016 IndieCork Film Festival
This Old Rag (2013) selected as part of the best of British and Irish at the Luxembourg Film Festival as well as numerous other national and international festivals. It features actor Martin Lucey.
Even though this is a free event, pseople will need to have a ticket. Tickets are available free of charge from MDP Bridewell Lane Mallow.