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Once Upon A Blue Moon

Once Upon A Blue Moon from Gadzooks Studio on Vimeo.

A comical mixed-media stop motion animation about a blue planet and a lonely blue creature. The isolated planet is visited by a robot on an important mission, to only take pictures of the rocks it finds.

 

For some resources and activities to go along with this short click HERE.....Enjoy

We would like to say a big thank you to Mike Tate & Alice Black at Dundee Contemporary Arts and Discovery Film Festival, and also to Lynsey Dick, the creator of the resource activities.

Katakroken

Katakroken | by PrimerFrame from PrimerFrame on Vimeo.

This short film centres around the conflict between two primitive cave-dwellers. One is a giant yet gentle pink yeti-type and the other a grungy black and white thug. What begins as a traditional Tom and Jerry style chase, develops into a deeper metatextual take on conflict, as our big pink fella can't help but see the art in his surroundings.

 

For some resources and activities to go along with this short click HERE.....Enjoy

We would like to say a big thank you to Mike Tate & Alice Black at Dundee Contemporary Arts and Discovery Film Festival, and also to James Miller, the creator of the resource activities.

Scrambled

Scrambled from Polder Animation on Vimeo.

A typical modern teenager Esra misses her train causing her to feel frustrated and angry. She slumps onto a bench on a train platform and starts to play a frenetic and mind blowing game on her smart phone. A Rubik's cube decides she needs some 'calm' and approaches to assist with some interesting outcomes.

 

For some resources and activities to go along with this short click HERE.....Enjoy

We would like to say a big thank you to Mike Tate & Alice Black at Dundee Contemporary Arts and Discovery Film Festival, and also to Sheena Lusby, the creator of the resource activities.

Johnny Express

JOHNNY EXPRESS from 274custom on Vimeo.

In the year 2150, Johnny, a lazy Space Delivery Man, must deliver a package on a planet he does not fully understand. When the spaceship arrives at its new destination all he has to do is simply deliver one tiny package on this new planet. However his latest delivery doesn't go as planned. The planet is so small it takes him only 5 minutes to circumvent it looking for anyone to deliver to. While his problems are small, on a much smaller scale the residents of the planet have some very big problems.

The action cuts quickly between Johnny's frustration in looking for but not finding the alien to deliver the package to and the chaos he unknowingly creates on the planet. This short film is full of slightly dark humour and dramatic sequences - be prepared for a shock ending.

 

For some resources and activities to go along with this short click HERE.....Enjoy

We would like to say a big thank you to Mike Tate & Alice Black at Dundee Contemporary Arts and Discovery Film Festival, and also to Helen Appleyard, the creator of the resource activities.

2040

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Supporting Independent Cinema with Our Next Cultural Film at Home 

2040

 

Directed by Damon Gameau

92 minutes

By downloading this film and entering the promo code 'Dunamaise' we will receive a percentage of the rental fee and is an enormous support to us!

VIEW TRAILER

 

Award-winning director Damon Gameau (That Sugar Film) embarks on a journey to explore what the future could look like by the year 2040 if we simply embraced the best solutions already available to us to improve our planet and shifted them rapidly into the mainstream. Structured as a visual letter to his 4-year-old daughter, Damon blends traditional documentary with dramatised sequences and high-end visual effects to create a vision board of how these solutions could regenerate the world for future generations. 

 

***Don't forget that by downloading this film and entering the promo code 'Dunamaise' we will receive a percentage of the rental fee and is an enormous support to us!

RENT THE MOVIE

*Terms and conditions apply; rental is valid for a period of 48Hrs after download.

    WHY WE NEED YOUR HELP!

•             Your support now, will help both Dunamaise Arts Centre AND the Independent Film industry to survive.

•             You receive access to new films, even earlier than if cinemas were open.

•             You receive access to a selection of specially selected, highly acclaimed or award-winning films.

•             You are part of a unique group of people who share a common goal - supporting and enjoying an art form that brings so much joy to all!

We really appreciate you taking the time to consider this and we hope you can help us out and at the same time enjoy some riveting films that we believe will enthral!

Dunamaise Arts Centre

Church Street Portlaoise, Co. Laois, Ireland.

Contact The Dunamaise Arts Centre

Box Office Opening Hours:
Tuesday to Friday: 10am to 5.30pm
Saturday: 10am to 1pm & 2pm to 5pm.
One hour prior to curtain on the evening of a performance.
Box office 00353 57 866 3355.

General Enquiries: info@dunamaise.ie

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