The awards were presented last night for the 2015 Fingal Film Festival at a ceremony that took place at the Radisson Blu Hotel, Dublin Airport.

The 2015 Fingal Film Festival ran from Friday 25th to Sunday, 27th September, and the organisers can give themselves a well-deserved pat on the back for a job well done.

After a busy three days of screenings and other festival activities, the 2015 Fingal Film Festival winners received their prizes at this year’s event on the Sunday night, hosted by comedian Eric Lalor.

Solitaire movie poster

Best Short Film

Solitaire – directed by Ger Walsh (Ireland)

Best Feature Film

The Kids from Marx and Engles Street – directed by Nikola Vukcevic (Montenegro)

Best Student Film

The Hiding – directed by Séan Donnellan (DIT)

Best Fingal Newcomer Media Award

Brenda – directed by Mattel Bertoli

Best Animation

Deadly – Aidan McAteer (Ireland)

Best Documentary

Where My Ladies – directed by Eimear Howard/Kinga Grabarczyk (DKIT) (Ireland)

Scannon Gaeilge is Fearr 2015 (Best Irish Language)

An Cat – directed by Helen Flanagan (Ireland)

Best International Film

Er Und Sie – Marco Gadge (Germany)

Outstanding Achievement in Media Award 2015

7 Days in Syria

Congratulations to all the winners, and a special mention for the organising committee for making this such a great festival — we’re already looking forward to 2016!


the thin grey line

Lead image © arcadi62 (edited)

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