Shorts Programme 1 | Animation Shorts


Irland 2024
95 min

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Ïrish Film Berlin - Festival 2024

Discover a diverse selection of Irish animation, celebrating both emerging talents and established filmmakers. From thought-provoking to light-hearted, this programme presents a variety of animated films, all united by the distinctive vision of their creators. Join us for a special one-night screening in Berlin to experience these cinematic treasures together.

This programme is specially curated by Specially-curated by award-winning Irish animators Clíona Noonan and Jack O’Shea who are both previous residents of the OFFline Film Festival Animation Residency. The animation shorts they worked on during their time in Birr, The Dream Report and Soft Tissue, both went on to win Best Animation Short at the IFTAs in 2021 and 2023.

Cliona received her BA in Animation from the National Film School of Ireland and is currently specialising in Animated Film Directing at La Poudrière in France. She has worked as a director and animator for short films and music videos.

Jack is a filmmaker and lecturer in Animation. His films have been selected for Sundance Film Festival and Annecy International Animation Film Festivals and won many other awards along the way.

Animation Shorts screening include:

Trolley Boy | Teemu Auersalo
Wet and Soppy | Cliona Noonan
A Different Perspective | Chris O'Hara
Wartime, Sometime | Dermot Lynskey
Cost of Curiosity | Rachel Fitzgerald
Pinokidoki | Jack Casserly
Red Rabbit | Rory Kerr
Meanwhile | Stephen McNally
The Final Nail in the Coffin | Conor Kehelly
Coda | Alan Holly
Late Afternoon | Louise Bagnall
Shergar | Cora McKenna
Still Up There | Joe Loftus
An Gadhar Dubh | Padraig Fagan
The Fall of the Ibis King | Mikai Geronimo & Josh O'Caoimh

A brand-new Irish film festival has been announced for Berlin.
Irish Film Berlin will be an exciting showcase of Irish screen creativity taking place on 24, 25 and 26 May at Berlin´s arthouse cinema, ACUDkino.
Festival days in May with a specially curated programme of contemporary Irish films –shorts, features, live-action, documentaries and animation films.
Irish Film Berlin will bring a group of Irish filmmakers to Berlin - to showcase their films in a specially-curated festival. The curator of the festival is OFFline Film Festival. OFFline - based in Birr in the heartlands of Ireland – has been bringing cultural cinema to Irish audiences since 2010.