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Kildare > Arts > Young Kildare Film Makers

Hot Shots (Young Kildare Film Makers)

Riverbank Arts Centre Newbridge
Thursday 16th January 2003
8.00pm (Admission Free)
Booking 045 448333

American Paradiso

Alan Lundegaard is an unusual man. He falls in love with his best friend’s ex-girlfriend, Lisa. But, for Alan happiness only exists when he is surrounded by chaos. During a live television performance, Alan burns the American flag and is arrested. From here Alan’s life spirals downward.

Written, directed by, and starring Joseph O’Malley this film was made over the summer of 2002, the cast comprising of members of the Kildare Youth Theatre. This short film is the first by the19 year old O’Malley, who is currently filming his second, ‘After Nightfall’

Battle of the Bands

Riverbank hosted the Battle of the Bands last year and the final was filmed by young Newbridge filmmakers. This exciting film of the final showcases the wealth of talent in the county, the fun the young people had on the night and the quality of our emerging film-makers.

Concrete Doesn’t Burn

A roller-blading film from Newbridge, filmed and edited by Ciaran Dwyer and Rob Mockler, proving that there is more to roller-blading than meets the public eye. Concrete Doesn’t Burn features profiles of Newbridge’s best street skaters, showcasing individual styles and trick vocabularies, but also showing their common love of, and dedication to, their sport. Guaranteed to change your perception of roller-blading forever.

Admission is free, but places are limited. Please call (045) 448333 to book a seat. Contact Catríona Fallon (045-448315) or Terry Moore (045 448312)
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