an Irish-Language, Drama Short Film
Directed by Anna Czarska
An old woman who is abandoned on a sea shore by the men of her village, only she is not alone. A symbolic story about the apparent disposability of elderly and disabled people highlighted during the pandemic.
Award-winning, neurodivergent director, Anna Czarska, takes on the challenge of bringing screenwriter Maura Campbell's beautiful story to life.
Writer Maura Campbell
Director and Co-producer Anna Czarska
Producer Gemma Stack
Cinematographer James Van De Waal
Irish-language dialogue coach Ian Mac Gabhann
DLR First Frames presents the Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council funded short film, Snámh.