It’s been an exciting few weeks at Trampoline Towers. Tom Ryan has been working hard in getting the film out there and we are delighted to announce that we will have some very exciting news to share with everyone in the next few weeks in regards to upcoming Film Festivals AND a distribution deal!
Anyone who has yet to see the film will certainly get plenty of opportunities to do so over the coming months and anyone who has seen it will have the pleasure of watching it again!
We’re over the moon with these developments and can’t wait to share the details with everyone shortly!
Today marks the opening of this years Galway Film Fleadh, one of the biggest and most prestigious film festivals in the country.
Our good friends at Little Cinema, who hosted a special screening of ‘Trampoline’ earlier this year in Galway, feature prominently at this years festival with a special showcase of short films from local filmmakers.
This showcase will take place on Thurs July 10th at 8pm at the Cinemobile. Be sure to check it out!
Tickets can be purchased here – Little Cinema
We are also very proud to share the news that the short film ‘In This Place’ directed by Alec Moore, will screen at the festival on Friday July 11th at 12pm.
The short film features contributions from ‘Trampoline’ alumini. Actress Aoife Spratt and writer/ director Tom Ryan feature in the cast while Kevin Minogue served as cinematographer on ‘In This Place’ with camera assistance provided by Tom Ryan also.
Tickets for this screening can be found here – In This Place
Please be sure to show your support for these two events at this years Fleadh!
Don’t forget that you can still catch Trampoline at the Beggarman Theatre in Cork City for the remainder of the week.
What was originally only planned as a ‘One Night Only’ screening has blossomed into a week-long residency at the venue due to popular demand after the success of the original screening.
This is an amazing development for the movie. It is still managing to captivate audiences even though it’s such a small independent film made for such a small budget. Writer/ Director Tom Ryan has been working hard to push the film and get the hard work of the cast and crew out there to the public eye and it’s working.
Thanks to everyone who has supported the film so far and here’s hoping there is more good news to come!
Due to the success of last nights screening at The Beggarman in Cork city, we are thrilled to announce that ‘Trampoline’ has been retained for the week!
If you missed it last night you can catch it at 9.15pm this evening (and every evening until next Thurs) in the innovative upstairs cinema of the Beggarman in Gillabbey St Cork!
This film has truly been the gift that keeps on giving.
Trampoline is making a return visit to Cork city tonight for a special screening at the innovative upstairs cinema at the Beggarman in Gillabbey St. Tickets for the screening cost €5 which includes free popcorn and will be available to purchase at the door.
“We are thrilled to be bringing the movie back to Cork which is where it had it’s premiere last October at the inaugural Indie Cork Film Festival” says writer/ director Tom Ryan. Trampoline was the best selling film of the festival and has since gone on to continued success at festivals around the globe where it picked up awards such as ‘Best Film’ in New York and Canada and ‘Best Actress’ in LA.
Another great write up on Trampoline courtesy of Spooool.ie!
“Aoife Spratt has nowhere to hide being in pretty much every scene of the film. She needn’t worry, excelling at conveying the “lost at sea” sentiment felt by so many young people in Ireland. At first embracing the comfort of home it soon dawns on her that she can’t jut slot neatly back into her former life.”
You can read the full piece at this link and don’t forget that you catch ‘Trampoline’ tomorrow night (Thurs 12th) at The Beggarman in Cork City at 8pm!
Tickets for the event are €5 and include free popcorn.
Our upcoming screening in the Beggarman in Cork received a mention from CorkNews.ie, with a recent article devoted to the movie.
The award winning independent feature film Trampoline is returning to Cork on Thurs June 12th at the Beggarman for one night only.
Written and directed by Tom Ryan, a former student of St Johns College Cork, Trampoline is a coming of age story about a young woman named Angie (Aoife Spratt) who moves home after finishing college and tries to readjust to small town life. After getting a job teaching at her old school she quickly realizes that she’s simply not cut out to teach and must rethink her career path.
The film was set and shot in Tipperary for a budget of less than €1000 and deals with the current generation of students who find themselves lost and directionless after college.
You can read the full article here!
And don’t forget, Trampoline is playing Thurs June 12th at 8pm at the Beggarman in Cork.
Tickets are €5 and each purchase includes free popcorn for the screening.