Shorts from the UK and Ireland


The winner was “Tea with the Dead”
2nd place was “The Showreel”

Fiddlers Cross (19 m) Directed  by Michael McMahon. From Ireland.  There is a new banker  in town, making”
“his name and scorching  the earth under distressed borrowers.  While unwinding at a local  pub, he discovers a further business opportunity. Best Screenplay  winner  at 21 04  RIIFF.”

My Stuffed Granny  (10 m.) Directed  by Effie Pappa. From U.K. Stop motion  animated. Times are hard  for little Sofia as the Greek  recession continues. The family  relies solely on Greedy  Grumpy  Granny’s pension  until a turn of events requires creative measures to survive. More  info:

Tea With the Dead (33 m.) Directed  by Gary Gill.  From Ireland.  Animated. Frank is a gently unassuming  em­balmer  from Ballyconneely in Ireland  who has a unique  routine  when his workday is done.  More Best Animated short winner  2014 RIIFF.

The Showreel (17 m.) Directed  by Keir Burrows. From U.K. Nasreen,  an immigrant office cleaner, dreams  of being  a screen actor  but without  the contacts or support  to realize  her dreams  she must rely on a vivid imagination and  heads off on an action  adventure  with the most extraordinary results. More  info:

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