The Sky Road TV and Film Festival 2014 - In Pictures

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The Sky Road TV and Film Festival 2014 - In Pictures

We got the chance to head along to the very first Sky Road TV & Film Festival in the downright beautiful locales of Clifden in Co. Galway.

The festival took place in the Station House Theatre, a lovely 200 seat cinema which is also used to local screenings of new releases, as well as the well travelled Cinemobile, which was shacked up in the courtyard for the duration of the festival.

Some highlights from the weekend included visits from Jim Sheridan and Tommy Tiernan as well as a pitching session to get your own 25 minute documentary made and over 60 films - including features, shorts, documentaries and more. Here's a glimpse at the festival in pictographic form.

Chairman Eamonn O Cualain opening the festival
Chairman Eamonn O Cualain opening the festivalEnlarge Enlarge

Jim Sheridan chatting to Click's Daniel Anderson
Jim Sheridan chatting to Click's Daniel AndersonEnlarge Enlarge

Tommy Tiernan chatting to Eamonn O Cualain on stage
Tommy Tiernan chatting to Eamonn O Cualain on stageEnlarge Enlarge

Brian Reddin collecting his Spirit of the Fest award for It Came From Connemara
Brian Reddin collecting his Spirit of the Fest award for It Came From ConnemaraEnlarge Enlarge

The gorgeous awards

The gorgeous awardsEnlarge Enlarge

Find out more about the festival here.



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