If you’re a filmmaker in Galway looking for somewhere to screen your work, then Galway Arts Centre wants to hear from you this Culture Night.
This Culture Night, Galway Arts Centre is hosting a screening or original short films called ‘Lost and Found’.
The programme is looking for films that work with themes of loss, transience, and the unexpected.
“We are looking for short films that explore the topic of losing things and finding them,the transient and the fleeting, moments lost and gained again, the temporary and the unexpected,” the Arts Centre said.
“We are looking for you to tell the stories of things lost, people lost, memories lost in exchange for others. Stories of hope gained, and lives shifted, identities that strayed and redefined themselves again.”
The film screenings will be followed by an open mic.
Culture Night in Galway is next month on Friday, September 21. Submissions for the short film screening must be in by September 7.
Culture Night began as a small scale event in Dublin in 2006, and over the past decade and more it has grown to attract 400,000 visitors around Ireland to museums, galleries, and performances of every stripe.
The full programme of events for Culture Night 2018 will launch next week on August 21.
All events on for Culture Night are completely free of charge.
Film submissions for the ‘Lost and Found’ screening can be sent to the Arts Centre at firstname.lastname@example.org.