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Testimony October Adventures

October has been our busiest month to date, with five festival screenings in three countries! It seems very suitable as October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month (#DVAM). We’re thrilled and grateful to be able to bring awareness to the issue though our festival screenings. On October 1st, Testimony was screened in Luxembourg during the British…


Testimony Selected for British & Irish Film Season in Luxembourg

We’re absolutely thrilled to have been selected for screening during the British & Irish Film Season (BIFS) in Luxembourg! The British & Irish Film Season is organised by G-Media sarl, with Geoff Thompson as the festival director. The festival started in Luxembourg in 2010 to celebrate the rich array and diversification of film-making across the British Isles (England,…


Testimony Secures a Broadcast License With US ShortsHD™

  Following its selection to New York City Independent Film Festival, Irish short “Testimony” was picked up by US Channel ShortsHD™ for a 3-year 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…


Testimony Wins in IndieFEST Film Awards

We’re delighted to announce that Testimony, produced by Reckoner Productions (Ireland) and Foxrock Productions UK), has won a prestigious Award of Merit from the IndieFEST Film Awards. The IndieFEST Film Awards recognizes film, television, videography and new media professionals who demonstrate exceptional achievement in craft and creativity, and those who produce standout entertainment or contribute to…


Testimony in CinéWomen 2015

We have very exciting news to share! We’ve been invited to the Biennial Edition of CinéWomen – a special issue featuring independent filmmakers and videoartists. CinéWomen said: “We have been really impressed with your film, and we appreciate the way you capture unconscious emotional reactions, as well as your expressive cinematography and sapient use of…