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Christine Molloy

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Filmography
  • Rose Plays Julie
    2019 — Feature Film — 100 mins
  • Further Beyond
    2016 — Documentary — 89 mins
  • Mister John
    2013 — Feature Film — 95 mins
  • Tiong Bahru
    2010 — Short Film — 19 mins
  • Helen
    2008 — Feature Film — 79 mins
  • Joy
    2008 — Short Film — 9 mins
  • Daydream
    2006 — Community Film
  • Leisure Centre
    2005 — Community Film — 18 mins
  • Now We Are Grown Up
    2005 — Community Film — 12 mins
  • Town Hall
    2005 — Community Film — 10 mins
  • Twilight
    2005 — Community Film — 5 mins
  • Revolution
    2004 — Community Film — 10 mins
  • Moore Street
    2004 — Community Film — 6 mins
  • Who Killed Brown Owl
    2004 — Community Film — 10 mins
  • Wirecrossing: 24 Hours In Central Singapore
    2003 — Web Film Project
  • Framing London
    2003 — Video Installation
  • Domestic
    2003 — Feature Film
  • Night Bus
    2001 — Video Installation
Awards
  • 2008 — Winner
    Rotterdam International Film Festival — PRIX UIP AWARD. Joy
  • 2006 — Prize Winner
    The 5th Floating Film Festival — . Twilight
  • 2009 — Winner
    Angers European First Film Festival — Grand Jury Prize. Helen
  • 2009 — Nominee
    CPH PIX — New Talent Grand PIX . Helen
  • 2013 — Nominee
    Edinburgh International Film Festival — The Michael Powell Award for Best British Feature Film . Mister John
  • 2004 — Winner
    Edinburgh International Film Festival — Best British Short. Who Killed Brown Owl
  • 2008 — Nominee
    European Film Awards — European Short Film. Joy
  • 2010 — Nominee
    Evening Standard British Film Awards — Best Film. Helen
  • 2013 — Nominee
    Hamptons International Film Festival — Golden Starfish Award . Mister John
  • 2019 — Nominee
    London Film Festival — Official Competition . Rose Plays Julie
  • 2008 — Nominee
    Torino Film Festival — Best Feature Film. Helen

Over the past 4 years, Christine Molloy and Joe Lawlor have been working on a project called Civic Life. Civic Life involved local community groups in the production of nine high-quality short films for the cinema, shot on 35mm cinemascope making extensive use of the long take.

The films can be likened to an intricate narrative painting, revealed to the viewer piece by piece. In 2004, their film Who Killed Brown Owl won the award for Best British Short Film at the Edinburgh International Film Festival. In January 2008 their 9th and latest short film JOY won the PRIX UIP at the Rotterdam International Film Festival. HELEN is the culmination of the Civic Life Series.