An intimate, autobiographical documentary. Five years ago we started trying to have a baby. As two women living on a small farm in rural Ireland our options were limited. We recorded the highs and lows of our journey through a video diary addressed to our much longed for baby. It was never meant for public screening. However over the last few the years we have met so many people on similar journeys, that we decided there might be some value, in sharing our story.
AWARDS / SHORTLISTS
Grierson Trust Shortlist, 2014
Audience Choice Award, Dingle International Film Festival, 2014
Royal Television Society Student Award for Best Postgraduate Factual Film, 2013
"An eerie murder mystery whee a queer wedding might have been. 'I Stand Corrected' is a supernatural love story of two Black lesbian lover from two different continents trying to touch each other across a mortal divide"
Filmmaker Lisa Fingleton talks to Mamela Nyamza and Mojisola Adebayo, the co-creators of 'I Stand Corrected' about their work at Ovalhouse, London, 2012.
Director Lisa Fingleton, visits the studios of six artists based in North Kerry (Ireland) and poses one question: What inspires you? This short film gives a unique insight into what motivates and inspires artists to create art. Featured artists include Rebecca Carroll, Bob Scott, Liam Brennan, Marie Brennan, Roger Cattermole and Muiriosa Murphy. All artists are members of the “Colourful Spirits” Art Group.
This film project was supported by Kerry County Council Arts Office and Leader