Tag Archives: Cara Bamford

Testimony Picked Up by RTÉ Player International

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I’m delighted to announce that following its upcoming transmission on RTÉ 2 in May, my debut short film Testimony will be available on the RTÉ Player International app for 3 years. RTÉ Player International is an iOS App that gives international audiences (outside of the Republic of Ireland) instant access to explore the best of Irish television. Audiences…

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CinéWomen Art Review 2015

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Back in July this year, I was thrilled to find out that thanks to my short film “Testimony” I was invited to be interviewed in the 2015 edition of the CineWomen Art Review magazine, celebrating achievements of women filmmakers around the world. The magazine is available online on Issuu and is free to download and…

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My Short Film Screenings At Five Festivals In October

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It was a fantastic month for my debut short film Testimony which screened in 5 festivals in 3 countries. October was a Domestic Violence Awareness Month (#DVAM) so being able to share my film with so many audiences globally was an even more incredible experience. Thank you to IndieCork Film Festival, The Richard Harris International Film…

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Testimony at Indie Cork Film Festival

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  Testimony is screening at the wonderful IndieCork Film Festival tomorrow! Absolutely thrilled to have my film shown in this festival. Testimony is showing at the Gate Cinema in Irish Shorts Programe #4, Saturday 10th October 16.30. It’s impossible to mention my favourite film of the festival, but I can’t not mention Just Like A…

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Four Nominations for Testimony at the Underground Cinema Awards!

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Underground Cinema is one of the most diverse and innovative businesses in the Irish entertainment and film industry. Their annual Independent Film Awards celebrate the very best in independently funded Irish feature films. We are thrilled to have received four nominations at yesterday’s nomination night in the Royal Marine Hotel in Dun Laoghaire. Best Supporting Actress for Hilary Cotter Best Costume…

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Testimony Secures a Broadcast License With US ShortsHD™

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Following its selection to New York City Independent Film Festival, Irish short “Testimony” was picked up by US Channel ShortsHD™ for a 3-year broadcast license deal. Testimony is a debut film from writer/ director Kamila Dydyna, produced by Eamonn Tutty of Reckoner Productions (Ireland) and Cara Bamford of Foxrock Productions (U.K.) The film addresses the subject of domestic violence through the eyes of a child put…

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First Irish Festival for Testimony

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I’m delighted to announce that my short film Testimony will have its Irish festival premiere at the 6th Underground Cinema Film Festival in September.   The film, which is my writing and directorial debut, will also be featured in the 4th edition of the CinéWomen magazine. Honoring the influence of women in video art, independent cinema and choreography, Testimony…

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Bristol Media Writes About Feather-Light And Paper-Thin

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Bristol Media, one of the biggest creative networks in the UK, writes about Feather Light And Paper Thin, the webseries I had the pleasure of working on last year. “Bristol is well known for its creative influences, and it’s no surprise that this drama is already beginning to cause a ripple of excitement on the independent…

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