Miss Remarkable And Her Career is a short animated film based on the very successful graphic novel of the same name. It’s a darkly comic tale of Miss Remarkable’s struggle with her own demons, crushing parental expectations and a career meltdown.
It was one of only 39 films selected from the close to 2,000 films that were submitted for the prestigious International Annecy Film Festival. It went on to pick up the FIPRESCI Award at the festival in 2010 and was also the winner of the Short Film Award at the Nordisk Panorama in 2010
The judges of the FIPRESCI award were universally delighted saying: “Remarkable! We poor film critics not only have to be very articulate when praising or condemning a film, but we also have to be very creative and come up with witty clever texts each week for the audience. So we can really relate to the heroine in the film we chose as our winner. And it’s with great pride that we say: We all loved Miss Remarkable and Her Career!”
Plays with The External World
Joana Rubin Dranger will attend the screening
The External World
A boy learns to play piano in Irish animator David O’Reilly’s The External World.
O’Reilly’s star is rising quickly thanks to his cutting edge animation and The External World is a prime example of his talent and style. The film was selected to screen at the prestigious Sundance Film Festival and picked up the grand-prix from the Ottawa International Animation Festival.
The External World screens with Miss Remarkable and Her Career
David O’Reilly will attend the screening
David O’Reilly is our nominee for the Irish Talent Spotlight.