Short Film Screenings, National #4 - Lime Tree Theatre

Short Film Screenings, National #4

Richard Harris International Film & Arts Festival

First Date | Directed by Clara Planell | 12 minutes, 5 seconds

Tina, a recently widowed farmer, doesn’t want her daughter to move back to the city and leave her alone. When Seamus arrives on the farm talking about a date, she decides to intervene.

Lamb | Directed by Sinéad O’Loughlin | 15 minutes

An ordinary day takes a sinister turn for a woman and her child when a stranger walks into their isolated rural home.

Foxglove | Directed by Michael-David McKernan | 14 minutes
Foxglove is a story about healing and the transformative nature of forgiveness.

You’re Not Home | Directed by Derek Ugochukwu | 10 minutes

When an ominous mould appears in their room, two African brothers seeking asylum are faced with a dark entity lurking within their direct provision centre.


Short Film Screenings, National #4

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Lambing | Directed by Katie McNeice | 18 mins
A young dad in rural Ireland must face his anxiety around gender and bullying when his baby is born intersex.

Regular Rabbit | Directed by Eoin Duffy | 8 mins, 38 seconds

Voiced by Rory McCann (GoT’s The Hound), Regular Rabbit is dark comical tale of disinformation.

Solas | Directed by Claire Bermingham | 3 minutes, 20 seconds

Set in the rugged and wild landscapes of Connemara, Ireland, SOLAS (Light) captures a personal moment in time.

The Secret Life of Jim | Directed by Emmet Kelly | 16 minutes, 30 seconds

Nick tries desperately to have one more real moment with his father Jim who suffers from Alzheimer disease. But he fears he might have run out of time.

Wednesday’s Child | Directed by Laura O’Shea | 10 minutes, 6 seconds

Marie faces her first day on the job as a Social Care worker. Despite her optimism, a house call to a family in crisis quickly brings her down to reality.

Join us in Belltable to see short and feature length narrative and documentary films, along with script readings, Q&As with filmmakers and other live events.

RHIFF promise that this festival will be a treat for cinephiles of all ages in our anniversary year.

The Richard Harris International Film Festival is part of the Global Irish Festival series.



  • Please note all ticket prices include a booking charge.
  • No exchanges or refunds.
  • Masks/Face coverings are optional.
  • Wheelchair spaces can only be booked over the phone. Please call box office on (061) 953400 if you wish to book a wheelchair space.
  • No late comers admitted to the theatre once show commences.
  • On street parking.

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