Congratulations to DEADLY, winner of the O’Kalem Award for Audience Favorite Short Film at the 2015 Baton Rouge Irish Film Festival! The award, pictured below, will soon be on its way to Writer-Director Aidan McAteer in Dublin.
The 3rd annual Wee Irish Film Night was held on Friday, July 31st, featuring another strong lineup of nine Irish short films: Céad Ghrá (First Love), Cutting Grass, Deadly, Land is God, Rockmount, Tea With the Dead, Under Open Skies, The Weather Report, and Rince. Thanks to all the filmmakers who participated this year, and the attendees and sponsors who make this cultural and entertaining event possible!
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Congratulations to RÚBAÍ for taking home the 2014 O’Kalem Award of the Baton Rouge Irish Film Festival for Audience Favorite Short Film!
And a very special “thank you!” to all the shorts who were featured during Wee Irish Film Night at the 2014 Festival: The Ledge End of Phil (from accounting), The Last Days of Peter Bergmann, Rubaí, Breakfast Wine, The Missing Scarf, Mechanic, Scratch, and Four Bhanríon (Four Queens).
This was definitely the strongest lineup of shorts we’ve ever had, and don’t know how we’re going to top them in 2015!