Tickets below for each programme.

Programme 1, Friday 7th October, Cineworld, 2pm, 131min, Buy Tickets

You Are Better Than You Think, Directed by Valeria Patarushina, LGBTQ-Documentary, Ireland, 5min, 2022

Encore, Directed by Laura Carroll, Drama, Ireland, 22min, 2022

The Little Drummer Boy, Directed by John Gray, Drama, USA, 10min, 2021

Medea, Directed by Feifei Zhong, Drama, China, 13min, 2022

Awake in the Dark, Directed by Laura Sheeran & Kate Finegan, Drama, Ireland, 10min, 2022

Tempvs, Directed by Jason Branagan, Horror, Ireland, 13min, 2022

Flush, Directed by James Aaron Prenderville, Comedy, Ireland, 10min, 2021

Te Lloré un Río (I cried you a river) -Maná & Christian Nodal, Directed by Antonio Roma, Music Video, Mexico, 4min, 2022

Ellie, Directed by Fernando Bonelli, Drama, Spain, 19min, 2022

Frequency, Directed by Aleksander Szeser, Horror-Sci-Fi, Poland, 16min, 2022

Background Story, Directed by Ron Baranov, Comedy-Drama, Israel, 9min, 2019

Programme 2, Friday 7th October, Cineworld, 5pm, 128min, Buy Tickets

Concrete Angels, Directed by Maria Strozynska & Rafael Contreras Zapata, Documentary, Ireland, 9min, 2022

Confessional, Directed by Donal O’Dea, Drama, Ireland, 14min, 2022

Dubidha (Dilemma), Directed by Pradhumna Mishra, Drama, Nepal, 20min, 2022

Mopped in their Tracks, Directed by Georgia Rao-Williams, Animation, Ireland, 5min, 2022

Hightail, Directed by Jenny Lee-Gilmore, Drama, Canada, 13min, 2022

The Banishment, Directed by Yılmaz Özdil, Drama, Turkey, 20min, 2022

Pick Me Up-Stela Boțan, Directed by Nadia Oliveira, Music Video, Romania, 4min, 2021

Steppin Up!, Directed by Peadar O’ Briain, Drama, Ireland, 13min, 2021 

Imbas Foronai, Directed by Shane Serrano, Drama-Art, Ireland, 15min, 2021

Saturday, Directed by Brian Dunster, Music Video, Ireland, 4min, 2022

Zoom Dates, Directed by Nichole Harris & Christina McMahon, Comedy, Ireland, 9min, 2022

Programme 3, Friday 7th October, Cineworld, 8pm, 123min, Buy Tickets

Foxglove, Directed by Michael-David McKernan, Drama-LGBTQ, Ireland, 14min, 2021

Living the Hospitality Lifestyle, Directed by Fabio Ciccarelli, Documentary, Ireland, 5min, 2022

Throw Your Heart Over First, Directed by Mark McAuley, Drama, Ireland, 8min, 2021

La Madeleine, Directed by Richard Lennon, Music Video, Ireland, 6min, 2021

The Consequences of Breaking the Heart – An Irish Folk Tale, Directed by Shaun O Connor, Music Video, Ireland, 5min, 2021

The Commuterments, Directed by André Parra, Animation, Ireland, 2min, 2022

I Can’t Escape Her, Directed by Ed Ifeanyichukwu, Music Video, Ireland, 6min, 2022

Different, Directed by John Farrelly, Drama-Romance-LGBTQ, Ireland, 20min, 2022

Our Time, Directed by Áindréas Aingeal Fallon Verbruggen, Docudrama, Ireland, 2 min, 2022

Tears of an Exile (Deora an Deoraí), Directed by Pierre Yves O’Reilly, Documentary, Ireland, 6min, 2022

Free Fall, Directed by Emmanuel Tenenbaum, Drama, Ireland, 19min, 2021

The Universal Institution of Soul Management, Directed by Daria Dănilă, Sci-Fi, Romania, 14min, 2022

Where Have You Been, Directed by Colman Hayes, Drama, Ireland, 9min, 2021

Candlelight, Directed by Scott Newton, Animation, UK, 7min, 2021

Programme 4, Saturday 8th October, Cineworld, 2pm, 134min, Buy Tickets

Forerunner, Directed by Kevin Bennett & Dave Thorpe, Documentary, Ireland, 18min, 2021

All Alone Here, Directed by Callum Patrick O’Brien, Horror-Fantasy, Ireland, 15min, 2022

Shadowban, Directed by Shane W. Brennan, Horror, Ireland, 10min, 2022

The Soup, Directed by Arief Khoirul Alim, Animation, Indonesia, 3min, 2021

Roses in The Night, Directed by Pencho Kunchev, Animation, Bulgaria, 10min, 2019

Transmission, Directed by Caitriona Ni Mhurchu & Jason Byrne, Documentary, Ireland, 12min, 2022

Sound of Summer Gone, Directed by Youngkwang Park, Drama, South of Korea, 26min, 2022

Junture, Directed by Stu Teehan, Drama, Ireland, 9min, 2021

Happy Birthday Dear, Directed by Ilyes Bensalem, Drama, Ireland, 5min, 2022

Kai o Berge, Directed by Marie Surae, Music Video, Lebanon, 5min, 2021

Cleaner, Directed by Edwin Mullane, LGBTQ-Drama, Ireland, 2021, 15min

At the Strawberry Stand, Directed by Gerald Gerhard Pribek & Marc Weber, Comedy, Austria, 6min, 2020

Programme 5, Saturday 8th October, Cineworld, 5pm, 134min, Buy Tickets

Al-Sit, Directed by Suzannah Mirghani, Drama, 20min, Sudan, 2020

Tadhg, Directed by Caoimhe Butterly, Documentary, Ireland, 11min, 2022

Veils, Directed by Erika Nakayama, Drama-LGBTQ, Japan, 18min, 2021

Hush, Directed by Emilie Beck, Drama, Norway, 25min, 2022

Generation Mind, Directed by Eric Boadella, Music Video, USA, 5min, 2022

Mr Sun, Directed by Oonagh Quinn, Drama, Ireland, 15min, 2022

Repeat, Directed by Roisin Clothier, Animation, Ireland, 2min, 2022

Barter, Directed by Ziba Karamali & Emad Arad, Drama, Iran, 20min, 2021

Home, Directed by Tom Lynch, Docudrama, Ireland, 4min, 2022

Wallpaper, Directed by Fabien Oman & Philip Kidd, Comedy-Drama, Ireland, 14min, 2022

Programme 6, Saturday 8th October, Cineworld, 8pm, 140min, Buy Tickets

I Am an Island, Directed by Damian Draven, Drama-Thriller, Ireland, 12min, 2021

Debutante, Directed by Kamila Dydyna, Drama, Ireland, 18min, 2021

Not Quite Dead (Yet), Directed by Adrian O’ Connell, Musical-Comedy, Ireland, 6min, 2021

Down to You, Directed by Seán Kelly, Music Video, Ireland, 8min, 2021

Rum & Raisin, Directed by Steven McKenna, Drama, Ireland, 17min, 2021

Oisín, Directed by Alba Fernandez, Drama-LGBTQ, Ireland, 22min, 2022

Da Capo-The Town of Music, Directed by Darc Mavid, Musical-Comedy, Germany, 25min, 2022

Connected, Directed by Daniele Guarnera, Sci-Fi, Italy, 15min, 2022

Saoirse, Directed by Sinead Ralston, Drama, Ireland, 12min, 2022

Streets of Fury, Directed by Aidan McAteer, Animation, Ireland, 5min, 2019


Tickets for The Sugar Club are €11.53 for the all day, including the live music and the awards ceremony. 

Programme 7, Sunday 9th October, The Sugar Club, 2:30pm, 160min, Buy Tickets

10, Autumn Street, Directed by Theo Herghelegiu, Comedy-Drama, Romania, 2022, 26min

Thirst, Directed by Manolo Marcenó, Sci-Fi, Ireland, 13min, 2022

The Small Steps, Directed by Al Butler, Documentary, Ireland, 18min, 2021

The Other Half, Directed by Asmaa El Mouttaki, Social-Drama, Morocco & US, 15min, 2019

Rhove – Jungle, Directed by Peter Marvu, Music Video, Italy, 3min, 2021

Off Your Head, Directed by Gianlorenzo Albertini, Drama, UK, 28min, 2021

Swissman Is Getting Ready for You, Directed by Sampo Lenzi, Commercial Advert Switzerland, 1min, 2021

Queer Parivaar, Directed by Shiva Raichandani, Drama-Musical-LGBTQ, UK, 27min, 2022

Lydia, Directed by Damien Lumsden, Horror, Ireland, 9min, 2020

When She Was Good, Directed by Margarita Milne, Drama, UK, 20min, 2021

Programme 8, Sunday 9th October, The Sugar Club, 6pm, 149min, Buy Tickets

The Last Comedy Club on Mars, Directed by Fergus Keane, Documentary-Comedy, Ireland, 10min, 2021

A Bitter Pill, Directed by Keith O’Grady, Drama, Ireland, 15min, 2021

Hunger Ward, Directed by Skye Fitzgerald, Documentary, USA, 40min, 2022

Sweet Wort, Directed by Michael Philip Reid, Comedy-Drama, Ireland, 24min, 2022

Bardo: A Rogue and Peasant Slave, Directed by Michael B Clifford, Drama, UK, 22min, 2021

Hardboiled, Directed by Peter Sluszka, Animation, USA, 28min, 2021

Punch Line, Directed by Becky Cheatle, Drama-Comedy-LGBTQ, Ireland, 10min, 2022

Live performance Iulian Pușca (pronounced Julian Pooshka).


He is an ever-growing talented young artist, well known for his astonishing skills at playing the pan-flute. Many times he left the audience in complete awe with his virtuosity and wide repertoire, including pieces that would normally be played on violin or flute, ultimately rivalling the world’s top violinists and flutists. His unique technique and manner of performing make Iulian stand out from the crowd.
Iulian began his musical education at “Maria Bieșu” School of Arts in his home town in Moldova, Ștefan-Vodă( Shtephan-Voda), but most of his time as a student, he spent at one of the best Music Lyceum “Ciprian Porumbescu” (Chișinău, Rep. of Moldova) being taught by Ion Negură as pan-flute professor. After completing his Bachelor’s degree, Iulian decided to go into higher education, choosing to study at the most honoured musical institution in Moldova: The Academy of Music, Theatre and Fine Arts (Chișinău, Rep. of Moldova). In 2008, at 20 years of age, he became the Honoured Artist (Emeritus) of Republic of Moldova grantee. In 2013, he graduated with first-class honours a Master of Music (Performance) degree from DIT Conservatory of Music and Drama (Dublin, Ireland). He has been awarded top prizes at a great number of international competitions. First prize at “Remember Enescu” (Bucharest, Romania 2000) and Grand Prix at “George Georgescu” (Tulcea, Romania 2001), two-time ‘Delphic Games’ gold medallist (Bryansk, Russia 2002 and Kiev, Ukraine 2005), Gold Cup (Grand Prix) at international Art Festival “April Spring” (Pyongyang, North Korea 2005), ‘The Irish Freemasons Young Musician of the Year’ (Dublin, Ireland 2012) and many others.
Mr. Pusca is an active performer and pursues an international performance career. His tours across Europe brought him on numerous stages, playing with many well known musicians and performing as soloist with various orchestras, including the Moldovan National Philharmonic Orchestra, the Kishinev Organ Hall Chamber Orchestra (Moldova), RTÉ Concert Orchestra, RTÉ Vanbrugh Quartet, RTÉ ConTempo Quartet, Concorde Ensemble (Ireland), Heath Quartet (UK), the Jalas–Jarven Symphony Orchestra (Finland), Schwerin Symphonic Orchestra (Germany) and many other folk orchestras and renaissance ensembles such as:“Lăutarii”,”Folclor”,”Flueras”,”Mugurel”, etc. His extensive repertoire includes a wide range of genres, including classical, jazz, Romanian and Moldovan folklore music.

21:00 the awards ceremony

Note: The Sugar Club Tickets price are €11.53/Day, tax Included. We also sell tickets at the door.

The awards ceremony will take place at THE SUGAR CLUB at 21:00 on the 9th of October after the screening of programme 8.