Ahead of the start of the 7th London Irish Film Festival, BRWC was invited to the awards ceremony last Tuesday. The Irish Film Festival created in 2011 aim is to act as a meeting place for Irish actors and filmmakers to meet in London and promote Irish film. This year sees two heavyweights in film join the board as patrons; Colin Farrell and Lenny Abrahamson join existing patron, Ros Hubbard.
The London Irish Film Festival is a mixture of features, shorts and documentaries together with Q&A’s and all this takes place either at Regent Street Cinema or Union Members Club.
However, rather than save the awards ceremony to the end of the festival we were all treated to the unveiling ahead of the festival opening. The winners were:
Best short – Early Days (let’s slip before sponsor gets on there)
Best documentary – The Lonely Battle Of Thomas Reid
Best feature – Rosie
Best music video award – Pillow Queens
Suil Eile (Another View) award – Under The Clock
Ros Hubbard award for acting – Sarah Greene
Catch all these award winners and many others at the London Irish Film Festival from 21 – 25 November, click here for more information.
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