Short Irish Documentary Official Selection 2022

Sunday, 3 July 22 - 2:00pm
@The Black Box
Book Tickets

A programme of short Irish films that showcase the current landscape of non-fiction filmmaking in Ireland north and south.


Questionable Treatment
Dir. Joe McStravick | 11:00 mins


The subject of an illegal ‘cure’ for autism is discussed by the woman trying to stop this abuse of vulnerable people.


Good Fences?
Dir. Tom Callahan | 20:10 mins


A profile of east Belfast’s veteran photographer, Frankie Quinn.


Kirill
Dir. Jasper Banerjee | 13:30 mins


An intimate portrait of Northern Irish weightlifter Kirill Sakharou


An Ornithologist's Daughter
Dir. Erik Nuding | 31 mins


Sligo’s Ox mountains are the backdrop to this depiction of a rural community committed to preserving traditional ways of life, as seen through the eyes of a recent arrival.


Life's a Drag
Dir. Aisling Carroll | 5:23 mins


Belfast’s drag scene, and its socio-political context, is introduced in testimony from performers in this illustrative film.


We Speak Wall
Dir. Edel McCormick | 16:42 mins


Belfast’s murals are continually changing, reflecting the diversification of both the artists and political meanings behind them.


Skeletor
Dir. Jack McCann | 12:20 mins
A look at the world of mixed martial arts from the perspective of one ambitious athlete.


Bog Portraits
Dirs. Ríonach Ní Néill & Joe Lee | 12:00 mins


Landscapes and portraits combine in this artistic celebration of two figures of local Galway history.


Frank – The Man with the Camera
Dir. Paul Murphy | 10:30 mins


Fascinating archive footage is revealed in this study of one ordinary man and his camera.


Northern Chirish
Dir. Diana Cheung | 18:58 mins


Young Chinese-Northern Irish people reflect on their experiences working in the creative industries.

Showings

Sunday, 3 July 2022 - 2:00pm @ The Black Box
Get Tickets