Lost in Schull with Caillte a short film set on the Beara Peninsula West Cork Ireland. This film was accepted into the Fastnet Short Film Festival for 2015. Our first attempt at Film competition. There were lots of great films there from all over the world, some on big budgets, but many like ours were shot on a Zero Euro Production…
We had the pleasure of going for two days of the festival and met some interesting people. It was also great to be able to judge your own level of filming by comparing with other films that we saw. I guess we saw about thirty of all the films there.
Watch our Short Film “Caillte”
Lost in Schull
Innocent bystanders… enjoying a few drinks between films
Finbarr Harrington shows up at the opening party, had a great chat
Len and Sabine
Pauline and the Mayor etc
Pauline did a great job along with the other members of the team, thanks. Well we did not win the event but we had a great time and will almost certainly try and go one better for next year. So Lost in Schull because we did not win and Caillte means Lost in Irish…
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Cahermore School Concert and Plays were great fun. A large crowd attended filling the hall for the evening of music and two plays organised by the pupils and staff of Cahermore National School. The kids were brilliant in their roles and great laughter was had by all. Lots of local people had a mention in the first play “The return of the Garnish GPO”. The following play was “Hoodwinked” performed by older pupils from the school.
Watch a short video here, the full 90 minutes will be available from the school
Making Short Films based on fiction is a time consuming activity. The more people involved the longer it takes. The film in question is “Caillte” based on an idea by Carina Jeisy. It will be around 8 to 10 minutes once it is finally finished. We won’t be able to publish it here as we are hoping to enter the film into a competition. The idea of entering the competition is to try and keep the motivation.
25 March 2015, just been accepted for the Fastnet Short Film Festival in May, delighted.