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Sunday Films

Festival Pass

Front of House Price €60

Online Ticket Price €50

Your VIP Ticket gives you access to all of our features and shorts over the four days of the festival.  

Beyond The Woods

Sunday September 3rd at 1pm in the Martello Suite
 Seven friends have decided to meet up after not seeing each other for a long time. Unfortunately for them a fiery sink-hole has opened up in the mountains near the house and it's burning hot and spewing out sulphur. The friends are determined to make a good weekend of it even though the roads around the area are closed. They might be confined to the house, but they know how to party. As the weekend progresses some of the friends start behaving out of character, one disappears, and they all experience troubling events. It's too late when they realise that it's not just a sink-hole that opened near their isolated retreat, but something altogether more horrific...

Written, Directed and Produced by Sean Breathnach
Running Time 82 Mins
Origin: Ireland

Crone Wood

Sunday September 3rd at 3pm in The Martello Suite
What was meant to be a romantic adventure descends into terror when the legend of Crone Wood turns into a horrifying reality

Written, Directed and Produced by Mark Sheridan
Running Time 94 Mins
Origin: Ireland

The Randomer

Sunday September 3rd at 5pm in the Martello Suite
The last thing Meg wants is a child. Her and bohemian boyfriend Teddy, live a liberated life in the heart of Dublin. When she finds herself confronted by her 39th birthday, she starts to see motherhood in a different light. After rejecting her sister’s conventional approach to family, and seeing her new neighbours’ modern style of parenting, she decides to find a way to be a mother on her own terms. When Teddy doesn't share her new found desire, she must go out and find the right guy to spend a perfectly random night with. If only she can avoid the pitfalls of modern dating, she might discover that one random night could leave her expecting more.

Directed by Caoimhe Clancy, Iseult Imbert
Written by Gerard Stembridge
Produced by Aisling O'Halloran
Running Time 82 Nins
Origin: Ireland


Thank You Come Again

Sunday September 3rd at 8pm in The Martello Suite
"Thank You Come Again" is a drama comedy day-in-the-life type story with a mosaic of seemingly unrelated characters centred around an adult shop. Dillon, Mary and Fergus have a life-changing decision to make as a ruthless diamond smuggler comes to realise their precious inventory has gone missing. Meanwhile, Harry has one last chance at getting that one last job to see him to retirement, Fr. Francis has to decide which passion he must follow in life, Lisa goes looking for her missing husband James who likes a good refund, Fr. Rejoice has serious concerns about his young understudy who is spending too much time with a certain 'local parishioer', Naomi has to balance dating an adult shop owner with working for a psychotic boss, and Bridget has to keep bringing her dear son Timmy to confession cause he can't seem to keep himself out of a certain shop of sin.  What could possibly go right!?

Written by John Sweeney & Stephen Clarke Dunne
Produced by Oleg Rudkovsky
Directed by Stephen Clarke Dunne
Running Time 119 Mins
Origin: Ireland

8th UCFF Awards

Directly After Closing Film

The 8th UCFF Awards will be presented directly after the closing film.  The categories this year are as follows:

Best Independent Feature Film
Best Independent Feature Film Runner Up
Best International Feature Film
Best Short Film
Short Film Runner Up
Best International Short Film
Best Student Short Film
Best Documentary
Winner of the One Minute Short Competition

Tickets to the awards include the closing film screening