It’s that time of year again, and here at WFT we are delighted to celebrate the fruits of our talented members’ work at the Dublin International Film Festival. DIFF takes place from 23rd February – 4th March in venues across Dublin.
Feature documentary, Notes from Sheepland bursts with candid observations of the lipstick wearing, always swearing, no nonsense, artist and shepherd, Orla Barry. Through her fields, her digital diaries, and the pedigree sheep she cares for, we discover how the art is in the doing.
Charleigh Bailey – Actor / Writer
In Wednesday’s Child, Marie faces her first day on the job as a social care worker. Despite her optimism, a house call to a family in crisis quickly brings her down to reality.
A gorgeous short we were proud to feature at the WFT Showcase, Glitterbug is set in 90’s Dublin. Two young female DJs have their dreams of making it big in London crushed when one of them is diagnosed with HIV.
Safe as Houses: On a hot summer’s day, Aggie, a woman with Down syndrome, offers shelter to a young girl, Lucy, when her homelife is not so welcoming.
Lamb: An ordinary day takes a sinister turn for a woman and her child when a stranger walks into their isolated rural home.
Jaro Waldeck – DOP
La Tumba: When park ranger Paddy discovers Pilar, an elderly Spanish lady with no English, at a freshly dug grave, he thinks his fantasy of solving a murder case has finally come true.
Members, do you have work screening at DIFF? Then please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org – we’d love to add you to this list!