Ireland's Young Filmmakers 5

Five special 15-minute film collections showcasing the best short films made by Ireland’s young filmmakers.

Ireland's Young Filmmakers Programme 5:

Enkata

Max Hendrickson (2020)
A young rose-man tries to find his feet in a dark and surreal landscape.

Jacks

Blue-Skye Spence (2013)
Her name is Lily and she loves to play Jacks.

Witch Hunt

Molly Hoque, Kildare Young Filmmakers (2020)
When Alice has an unwelcome encounter at a party and tells she feels like she is on trial for something that isn’t her fault.

Aiséiri

Dónal Cotter (2018)
An old Celtic warrior driven by grief, make a lonely journey to the burial place of his ancestors where he hopes to resurrect his only son.

Over the past 25 years the Fresh International Film Festival has celebrated and recognised the best films made by young people from Ireland and around the world.

These five specially commissioned film programmes showcase the best in young filmmaking talent in Ireland. The screenings offer the viewer a chance to glimpse the world as seen and imagined by young people.

Fresh Film is dedicated to encouraging young people to make films and empowering them as young artists

Fresh Film is a national organisation for children and young people who are interested in film as makers and viewers. In 1997 Fresh was established as the educational element of the Limerick Film Festival, since then it has grown into an established young people’s film organisation with year long activities.

The programme is dedicated to encouraging young filmmakers though screenings, workshops, travel opportunities and in-class projects designed for children and young people aged 7 – 18.

In 2021 Fresh will celebrate its 25th annual Fresh International Film Festival and will host the Ireland’s Young Filmmaker of the Year awards.

Fresh Film is dedicated to encouraging young people to make films and empowering them as young artists and is supported by Limerick City and County Council and The Arts Council.