Charming Celia

Details

Location

Year

1997

Source

Digitised as part of Unlocking Film Heritage

Format

35mm

colour

Length

11min 24sec

Silent

sound

Courtesy

Belfast City Council, British Film Institute, Itchy Feet Film and Television Productions, Northern Ireland Screen

Rights Holder

Northern Ireland Screen

It is illegal to download, copy, print or otherwise utilise in any other form this material, without written consent from the copyright holder.

Description

When a bet goes wrong a young man must charm a snake to win back his most treasured possession.

Colm is a good-natured, but misguided young man. In a fateful game of poker he loses his grandfather's cherished vintage car to the flint-hearted Jackie. Colm's only hope of retaining the treasured heirloom is to teach Jackie's pet snake to dance. In just three days! Find out if Colm can charm Celia.
 

Notes

Part of Première, a short film production scheme designed to showcase local, Northern Irish film-making talent. It provided a training opportunity for industry new entrants and more experienced crew alike, offering film-makers a global audience and a stepping stone in their careers.

Credits

Digitised as part of Unlocking Film Heritage

Itchy Feet Film & Television Productions Ltd

Sponsored by Northern Ireland Screen and Belfast City Council

Directed by  David Starkey

Written by Michael Burns

Produced by Róisín Starkey

Executive Producer: Colin McKeown

Art Director: Simon Boyd 

Cast Members: Frank Bourke, James Duran, John Kelly, Gausselin

 

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