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Welcome to the Bleeding Pig Film Festival 2020

 

This year there will be two nights of short film including a night dedicated to Women In Film, with a feature film presentation on the third and final night.

Our feature film for 2019

 

Float like a butterfly

From the producers of Once and Sing StreetFloat Like a Butterfly is a powerful and timely story of a girl’s fight for freedom and belonging.  Some people say it doesn’t matter whether you win or lose.  But for Frances (Hazel Doupe) losing is not an option – at stake is her own freedom, her mother’s honour and her father’s faith.  This unmissable multi award-winning Irish film shot in West Cork is about championing the underdog and features stellar performances from an outstanding cast, including rising star Hazel Doupe.

We’re delighted to announce our feature film for 2019

 

Float like a butterfly

From the producers of Once and Sing StreetFloat Like a Butterfly is a powerful and timely story of a girl’s fight for freedom and belonging.  Some people say it doesn’t matter whether you win or lose.  But for Frances (Hazel Doupe) losing is not an option – at stake is her own freedom, her mother’s honour and her father’s faith.  This unmissable multi award-winning Irish film shot in West Cork is about championing the underdog and features stellar performances from an outstanding cast, including rising star Hazel Doupe.

“You’ve created something very special there, and I hope it goes from strength to strength. I will certainly be spreading the word about how great the Bleeding Pig Film Festival is! So local, so warm and engaged”

 

Frank Berry, Director of Michael Inside

Join us for some 'Culture on the Coast...'

The Bleeding Pig Film Festival has a passion for bringing independent film to the local community. The main focus is on Irish short film, with a twist of something exotic each year. Since its inception in 2016, the festival has showcased a selection of films from emerging and local filmmakers to more well known and award winning films, sharing a diverse, creative voice with the audience.

The friendly filmmaker Q&As bridge the gap between artist and audience giving filmmakers and film lovers an opportunity to interact in an intimate setting.

The festival is curated and managed by Emma Fagan in association with The Bleeding Pig Cultural Festival.

You can find us at bleedingpigfilmfest@gmail.com

Join us for some 'Culture on the Coast...'

The Bleeding Pig Film Festival has a passion for bringing independent film to the local community. The main focus is on Irish short film, with a twist of something exotic each year. Since its inception in 2016, the festival has showcased a selection of films from emerging and local filmmakers to more well known and award winning films, sharing a diverse, creative voice with the audience.

The friendly filmmaker Q&As bridge the gap between artist and audience giving filmmakers and film lovers an opportunity to interact in an intimate setting.

The festival is curated and managed by Emma Fagan in association with The Bleeding Pig Cultural Festival.

You can find us at bleedingpigfilmfest@gmail.com

“I absolutely loved attending the Bleeding Pig Film Festival. It’s beautifully personal and welcoming. I’d highly recommend it and am very much looking forward to returning. A growing festival with a big heart”

 

James Fitzgerald, Writer/Director of Skunky Dog

The Bleeding Pig Cultural Festival

The Bleeding Pig Cultural Festival

The Bleeding Pig Cultural Festival started its life as a two day event in 2013 and has grown to be an award-winning festival which showcases local and national performers and artists over ten days in September on the stunning Donabate/Portrane Peninsula.

 

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