We are very excited to announce the Irish TV premiere of Small Change. The film will screen Monday 7th November at 11:50pm on RTÉ 2 as part of the Shortscreen programme.
We are delighted to share the news that ‘Small Change’ will be screening at the Palm Springs ShortFest Film Festival in USA.
It will screen in competition in the “Identity Crisis” program, on Friday, June 24 1.30pm, Camelot Theatre.
We are delighted to announce that ‘Small Change’ was honored as Best Short at Jameson Dublin International Film Festival 2011 by the Dublin Film Critics Circle.
Small Change has been selected for the International Competition at Tampere Film Festival in March. Tampere Film Festival is held in Finland and is considered as one of the most important European Short Film Festivals. Almost 4000 films were entered for the international competition with only 69 films being selected.
‘Small Change’ is screening Saturday 26th Feb at the IFI as part of the Dublin International Film Festival.
Small Change wins the Irish Film and Television Award for Best Short 2011. If you missed the live broadcast of the awards on RTÉ, heres the clip below. Congrats to all the cast and crew involved.
Small Change won Best Undergraduate Fictional Short at the Irish heats of the Royal Television Society Student Awards. It is now in the running for the UK finals in May.
We are delighted to announce that Small Change has been shortlisted for Best Short Film at the Irish Film and Television Awards 2011.
Now in it’s 8th year, the Irish Film & Television Awards will take place on Saturday 12th of February 2011 at Dublin’s Convention Centre with the ceremony broadcast LIVE on Irish television. Small [...]
It’s been a few full on days of hard work but Small Change is now ready and spruced up for its screening at Sundance this January.
We are delighted to announce Small Change has been selected as part of the Sundance Film Festival 2011 as part of the International short film competition.
Well done to Luca Rocchini, winning the NAHEMI/KODAK Prize for Cinematography
The Claire Lynch Award for Best First-Time Irish Director of a Short Film was awarded to Cathy Brady for ‘Small Change’.
Small Change got a great review in todays Irish Times from Donald Clarke.
“…For this writer, however, the highlight of the new Irish shorts was unquestionably Cathy Brady’s Small Change . The scenario could hardly sound more grim – a single mother struggles with an addiction to slot machines in a border town – but, energised by [...]
Small Change has been selected as one of the ten films to be screened as part of the ‘Best of British’ selection for London’s Super Shorts International Film Festival. Screening Friday 29th October 7.00-8.30pm at the Cinema, Regents College, Regent’s Park, London.
Watch a clip from the film here.
Director Cathy Brady has been invited to screen and Introduce Small Change at the Liverpool Irish Film Festival. The Screening and discussion will be on Tuesday 26th October at the Picturehouse at FACT at 6.30pm.
The festival kicks of 7th of November and runs until 14th. Screening time for Small Change is yet to be announced.
Small Change is discussed in this Autumn’s Irish Arts Review. It features as critique on Ireland’s top Art graduates of 2010, discussing Cathy Brady, the film directors work in Small Change.
Small Change has been selected as one of the ten films to screen in competition at ‘Encounters Film Festival’ as part of NAHEMI showcase of the Best of UK and Ireland student films 2010. Screening THU 18 NOV, 6 PM.
Book tickets online: www.nahemi.org/encounters
Screening Saturday 10th July as part of the Irish Shorts Programme.
This opening sequence was designed by Tara Kelly.
We decided to use this design for the film as it seamlessly worked with the opening scene at the slot machine.
Thanks a million to both Tara and Emma for all their hard work and for joining us on set.
We have been very lucky to work with some brilliant graphic designers from IADT, Emma Fenlon and Tara Kelly.
This is opening sequence of Small Change designed by Emma Fenlon. Now we just have the trouble of picking the best one.
A massive thanks to all the fantastic cast, crew, and sponsors! Such a fantastic experience to return home and shoot a film and to be so welcomed and supported.