PRICE: £35 Festival Pass (Local), £25 Day Pass, £10 Any 2 hour block during the day.
The film featured on the left is Liam and May. Set in Dublin 1938 Liam is an Irish Army Intelligence Officer, his wife May a young successful opera singer. They must navigate their way through a powerful and contentious relationship.
The third day of the inaugural SIFC, sister festival to Idyllwild in California. Both festivals are dedicated to providing a showcase for emerging talent in independent film and to advance and promote their work.
12 – 2pm Christmas, Rogue: The Western, The Monologue, First Time, Don’t Let Go, Faces After Suicide, Who Goes There, The Hit
2 – 4 pm: The Magical Beacon Stone, Sky Dancers Grown Up, Danny Boy, Boredom, Age of Bryce, The Legend of Leatherface, Dog Star
4 – 6pm: Anywhere But Here, Phosphene, Stand Up, A Mighty Endeavor, Goodnight Mr. Vincent Van Gogh, Hashtag Blessed: The Movie
6 – 8pm Liam and Mary, A Bargain for God, Neon Bleed.
Please Note Neon Bleed is also being screened on Friday 22nd at 7.30pm
Wild Writers Festival - The Vanishing IceDate: 29/01/2023Time: 1:00 pm - 2:30 pmPrice: £12, £8 under 16, £16 Adult + child Iain Cameron explores patches of snow that can trace the Scottish hills back to the ice age.
Wild Writers Festival - Land and WaterDate: 29/01/2023Time: 3:00 pm - 4:30 pmPrice: £12, £8 under 16, £16 Adult + child Leonie Charlton and Malachy Tallack blend nature and travel writing, one powered by ponies, the other by fish.