FROM MEXICO TO SCHULL

More great news for Amy-Joyce’s film QED which has won the Golden Palm Jury Award for Narrative Short Film at the Mexico International Film Festival!

Amy-Joyce is en route to beautiful Schull to support the film which is screening this week at the 10th Fastnet Film FestivalFastnet is a wonderfully intimate Irish film festival, which attracts the best of Irish filmmaking talent.

‘INTERNATIONAL SHORT FILM AWARDS’ WINNER

Amy-Joyce Hastings has tonight won the inaugural Award for Best Original Content on Sky Television’s International Short Film Awards for her short film Body of Christ. The Awards Ceremony was held in Nottingham and will be broadcast on Sky Channel 212 on Monday 26th March at 22:00. The entire first series of The Short Film Show is currently available on Amazon Prime.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Body of Christ
was commissioned by the Galway Film Centre (UNESCO City of Film). The film took home the Award for Best One Minute Film at the 7th Underground Cinema Film Festival, won 2nd place at the 28th Galway Film Fleadh’s One Minute Film Festival, and was nominated for the Micro Cinema Award at the Blackbird Film Festival in New York.

‘THE FAMILY WAY’ U.S. & U.K. FESTIVAL SCREENINGS

Comedy The Family Way, in which Amy-Joyce plays Sandra, had its International Premiere in New York at the Irish Screen America event. It has upcoming screenings at Irish Film London’s St. Patrick’s Day Film Festival and The Irish Film Festival Boston, as it kicks off its festival journey.

The Family Way was written and produced by Roisin Kearney, directed by Emmy Nominated Nuno Bernardo and stars Ciara O’Callaghan, Clara Harte, Steve Gunn and Oscar Nominated Jim Sheridan.

AMY-JOYCE HASTINGS WINS IN SANTA FE

Amy-Joyce Hastings’ film QED has won Best Overall Short film at the prestigious Santa Fe Film Festival 2018.  Amy-Joyce was in attendance at the festival for this was QED‘s International Premiere Screening.

This was her third trip to Santa Fe, where Lily previously won Best Narrative Short and a Courage in Cinema Award for its director Graham Cantwell.

Her first trip to Santa Fe was to promote the US Premiere of her feature film The Callback Queen at George R. R. Martin’s Jean Cocteau Cinema a couple of years ago.

Here she is pictured receiving the award from festival programmer Aaron Leventman, and with George R. R. Martin, Graham Cantwell and Ali McGirr.

LOS ANGELES TRIP

Amy-Joyce is currently in Los Angeles with her company Film Venture, for development of their forthcoming Lily feature film project. The short film version has screened at over 60 festivals worldwide, including top tier festivals such as Rhode Island International Film Festival, Festival International du Film d’Aubagne and the Savannah Film Festival.

It has won a plethora of awards, including Best Supporting Actress (Underground Cinema Awards) for Amy-Joyce, the Iris Prize Youth Award, the Tiernan McBride Award (Galway Film Fleadh), the Audi Dublin Film International Festival Best Short, as well as securing an IFTA Nomination for Graham Cantwell for Best Film and a Writer’s Guild of Ireland ‘Zebbie’ Best Screenplay Nomination.

The feature film production of this highly successful short is expected to be filmed in late 2018.

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