Past Winners

DAFF 2019 WINNERS

SOCIAL RECOGNITION AWARD
JOINT HONOURABLE MENTION
WINNER – ‘THE ILAND’
Directed by Leanne Dooley, Limerick School of Art and Design.
1. ‘HOME’
Directed by Rhea Hanlon and Meabh Gilheany – Belfast School Art, University of Ulster.
2. ‘GHOST QUEST’
Directed by Aidan McAteer, Boulder Media. (In Association with Fighting Words).

BEST SHORT FILM DIRECTED BY A PRIMARY OR SECOND LEVEL STUDENT
WINNER – ‘STRASIAK RUDKO/SCARECRAW RUDDY’
Created by students from the International House of Art for Children, Bratislava, Slovakia.
HONOURABLE MENTION
‘BIG CITY, BRIGHT LIGHTS’
Directed by Max Hendrikson.

BEST IRISH SHORT FILM
HONOURABLE MENTION
WINNER – ‘THE WIREMEN’
Directed by Jessica Patterson, Jam Media.
‘THE DREAM REPORT’
Directed by Jack O’Shea.

BEST IRSH STUDENT OR GRADUATE SHORT FILM
JOINT HONOURABLE MENTION
WINNER – ‘BUBBLES’
Directed by Rachel Fitzgerald, The National Film School, Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology.
HONOURABLE MENTION
‘THE ILAND’
Directed by Leanne Dooley, Limerick School of Art and Design, Limerick Institute of Technology. HONOURABLE MENTION
‘TUNA’
Directed by Cliona Noonan, The National Film School, Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology.

AUDIENCE CHOICE AWARD
‘HOW TO ROB A WITCH’
Directed by Liam Fay, The National Film School, Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology.