Director: Tony Donoghue
With brogues so thick they need subtitles, farmers of the old country recount the days gone by.
Best Short Animation winner at Sundance, Tony Donoghue's (A Film From My Parish: 6 Farms, MIFF 2009) Irish Folk Furniture is an enchanting, visually delightful look at the culture and social history ... More »
With nuclear missiles hidden under the town, Minot is an uncanny place and its people lead a singular existence. ... More »
An audiovisual homage to that secret side of London, visible only to the solitary men in the glass boxes in the sky. Sequel to City of Cranes (MIFF 08). ... More »
One person's workday finishes another's begins, in an homage to the menial worker and existential film about cleaning. ... More »
All people are born with their own distinct rhythm; three of China's best beatboxers are about to share theirs. ... More »
An Indonesian institution for the ‘mentally disturbed' is a distressing world of squalor, screams and an unexpected cure. ... Not in competition ... More »