Director: Domhnall Gleeson

Running Time: 18 minutes

Two policemen learn life lessons on a house-call in rural Ireland; Frank is young and heartbroken, Con is middleaged and weary. They’re both alone. They’re both idiots.


Directors: Joe Lawlor & Christine Molloy

Running Time: 20 minutes

The thoughts, reflections and responses of hundreds of Singaporeans gathered since early 2009 informed and shaped the making of Tiong Bahru, a stunning 20 minute film shot on location in the Tiong Bahru estate in June 2010.


Director: Cathy Brady

Running Time: 17 minutes

Karen (Nora-Jane Noone), a young single mother is bored by routine. Slot machines have become her secret thrill and addiction. With Christmas looming, a desperate hope for a big win sees her life spiral out of control.


Director: Declan Cassidy

Running Time: 3 minutes

When a young man enters a flower shop looking for a bouquet it is the result of a romantic impulse. However, it seems that romance is not at the forefront of the shop girl’s mind.


Director: Peter Cattaneo

Running Time: 12 minutes

It’s Christmas and the young Chris O’Dowd vows to exact revenge on Santa Claus…


Director: Thomas Hefferon

Running Time: 12 minutes

Three teenage boys break into their school swimming pool one night in order to stage a macho breath-holding contest.


Director: Andrew Legge

Running Time: 20 minutes

In 1938 a young woman built a machine that could see into the past. The extraordinary story of this groundbreaking discovery is told here for the first time using recently uncovered archival footage and recordings.