High Above the Sky

A short animated film by Kim Noce and Shaun Clark

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High Above the Sky at the Irish Film Institute

High above the sky will screen at Irish Film Institute Family Festival 2014 in Dublin on the 18th July at 11am, follow the link to book tickets.

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Welcome to the IFI Family Festival 2014. Join us for cinematic adventures of music, family, friendship and foosball. Our specially selected films from around the world include animations, live actions and Irish premieres; special guests, puzzling quests, Wildernuts and sheep! Learn the history of cinema or VJ skills in our workshops and meet our Young Media Explorers and RTÉ Young People’s Diana Bunici on opening night. Come to our Festival and see the magic.

TICKETS
All films €5 (includes opening night event) Family Ticket (film events): €15 (2 adults, 2 children) Workshops: €7-€20
Film Booking: IFI Box Office 01 679 3477/www.ifi.ie/familyfest

Workshop Booking: 01 612 9445/01 612 9436
Please note: Films which have not been classified by the Irish Film Classification Office (www.ifco.ie) are given an age recommendation by the IFI.
For more information on any title or our recommendation, please contact us.

 

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Winner of Best Animation

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“High above the sky” won best animation at WIFF on friday evening. The screening took place at the BFI and films where judged by David Jenkins, film critic for Little White Lies, film producer Kate Vogel and local film director Barry Bliss.

The film was won second prize in the best film of the festival. Judge Kate Vogel, who produces films for the Tate, praised the simple storyline, beautiful illustration and joyous tale.

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