Belfast Film Festival

12th – 21st April 2018

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Hear My Voice

Directed by Brendan Byrne

Hear My Voice, a short film by Brendan Byrne (Bobby Sands: 66 Days, Maze) combines Colin Davidson’s stunning portrait collection, Silent Testimony, with the spoken words of the victims and survivors of the Northern Irish Troubles, featured in the paintings.

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£3.50

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Ratcatcher

Directed by Lynne Ramsay

  • UK
  • 1999
  • 94 mins
  • English

An unabashed kid navigates the filthy world of 1973 Glasgow, preoccupying himself with the equally poor youth around him.

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£3

Vertical Montage

Directed by Csilla Toldy

  • 2018

Writer and film-maker, Csilla Toldy, launches her third book with Lapwing Belfast, Vertical Montage.

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Venue: No Alibis

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Not Until I Know More

Directed by Michael McNulty

A tech-noir fiction set in an alternative Belfast, this film centres around a neuro- hacking console which offers knowledge and experience of the users choice, but with one minor side-effect... part of the user’s childhood memory is erased.

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Not Until I Know More
£5

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Chancer

Directed by Patrick Maxwell

Off the rails and in and out of prison Ryan’s endless promises to change only amount to empty promises and his life plummets to rock bottom. But does this ‘chancer’ deserve another chance?

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The Solace Of Orpheus

Directed by Niall Donegan, Elliot Vick

A couple from London attempt to salvage their failing relationship on a walking holiday in the Mountains of Mourne, but things do not go as hoped. After all, isn’t every love story a ghost story?

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The Solace Of Orpheus
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Our Father

Directed by Johnny O'Donnell

A loud gunshot rings out at a sacred religious retreat on the coast of Ireland. Only a stone statue of Jesus crucified on the cross and the fleeing birds bear witness to the mysterious crime.

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Our Father
£5

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This Is Now: Film and Video After Punk

The moral, political and symbolic integrity of the image itself is interrogated and overturned in these richly textured films. John Maybury casts Siouxsie Sioux and fashion designer David Holah in one of the singularly most stunning and ambitious Super 8 works of the era, the existential genderfuck Court of Miracles. Young filmmakers bring on the post-modern age.

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This Is Now: Film and Video After Punk
£5

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