2010 ICCL Human Rights Film Awards Shortlistee. Entrant: Dearbhla Glynn (Director)
This short documentary by Dearbhla Glynn brings us to the Gaza Strip following Operation Cast Lead in late 2008/ early 2009. It offers a personal insight into the day-to-day living conditions faced by the Gaza Strip's 1.5 million conflict-stricken inhabitants.
2010 ICCL Human Rights Film Awards Shortlistee. Entrant: Kate McCarroll (Director)
Out of Mind explores human rights issues surrounding mental health in Ireland. A thoughtful and measured documentary, the film follows the experiences of Caroline Mary Murphy, who suffered mental illness and underwent ECT. While exploring the debate on the validity of ECT as a therapy, the film also gives us a glimpse of the human face of mental illness, and the struggle sufferers of mental illness face to have their voices heard and their equality respected.
2010 ICCL Human Rights Film Awards Shortlistee. Entrant: Daniel Bevan (Director)
This independently produced Irish drama follows terminally ill Arthur as he struggles for control over his final days with the help of his old friend Jack. The film explores the controversial debate surrounding the ‘right to die’, and the dilemma faced by many ill people and their loved ones as they struggle with the loss of dignity and independence as they approach the end of their life
Stop-Motion Animation animated and directed by Paul O'Brien.
When a messy eating grandfather gets sent from the table for spilling his soup, he relies on his young Grandson to welcome him back.
Tomato Soup deals with the issue of the elderly communities struggle in society.