Upcoming Screenings of Anne Maree Barry’s short films

I am delighted to announce that three of my film works have been selected to exhibit and screen in various locations in Ireland, throughout November.

Nov 13th – 29th TULCA Festival of Visual Arts, Galway. Seachange, curated by Mary Cremin

No Mean City (2015) exhibits as part of Seachange – an exhibition that takes a closer look at the issues of climate change and our future relationship with the changing landscape, while also examining the language surrounding future projections that are more akin to works of science fiction than empirical truth.

seachange

Thursday Nov 19th – Irish Film Institute, Dublin. Borders – Irish Shorts 18:30

Missing Green (2013) screens as part of a programme of films exploring the nature of boundaries presented in collaboration with View Temple Bar Arts & Politics Weekend.

Playfully examining the intersections of the personal and social spheres, these works encourage reflection on the politics of boundaries which define and circumscribe those within. The programme includes: Tadhg O’Sullivan’s IFB-funded Quarantine; Katherine Canty’s IFB-funded January Hymn; Francis Mathews’ 67; Anne Maree Barry’s Arts Council-funded Missing Green; Donal Foreman’s Day 61 (Occupy Wall Street); and Tadhg O’Sullivan’s Arts Council funded Reframe.

I will participate in a post screening Q&A with the filmmakers Katherine Canty and Francis Mathew. To book tickets click here.

Nov 12th – 15th January 2016 – Limerick City Gallery, The Future is Self-Organised – Artist-Run Spaces curated by Pallas Projects.

Covered Road (2005) screens as part of a film programme Heavier-than-Air Flying Machines Are Impossible curated originally in 2008 by Pallas Projects for Project 304 Bangkok.

Covered Road (2005) ; my first experimental film, won the award of Best Irish Short at The Darklight Film Festival 2006 and subsequently begun my long-term collaboration with producers Nicky Gogan and Glen Collins of Still Films.

Hope to see you at these events.
As always, thank you for reading.

Anne Maree.

Advertisements