Lowland Fell

Set against the mysterious, elemental landscape of a midlands bog, Lowland Fell is a lush, erotically charged teenage drama that follows the exploits of three teenagers who uncover a bog body on a late summer’s day.

It is an attempt to lyrically capture the sometimes uncontrollable emotions and desires that lie buried at the heart of the teenage experience, constantly threatening to spill forth. The film explores the turbulent waters of teenage sexuality in an attempt to capture that sweet yet tumultuous mixture of adult drives and childlike inexperience that is young lust, the purity and profanity that is the essence of that time of life.

Irish Film Board / RTÉ Short Cuts, 21 mins

Written and Directed by Michael Kinirons
Produced by Katie Holly

Starring: Jane McGrath, Robert Sheehan, Michael Winder

Financiers: Irish Film Board, RTE

Distribution: Network Ireland Television

Festivals:
Galway Film Fleadh
Dingle Film Festival
Cork Film Festival
Edinburgh Film Festival
Waterford Film Festival
Foyle Film Festival
Liverpool Irish Festival
Encounters Film Fetstival
Palm Springs Shortfest
Boston Irish Film Festival
Seattle International Film Festival
Capital Irish Film Festival
Starz Denver Film Festival
Woodstock Film Festival
Tacoma Film Festival
Atlantic Film Festival
Reel One Festival
Milano Film Festival
Message to Man Festival
Lucania Film Festival
Novara Irish Film Festival
Byron Bay International Film Festival

Awards:
Special Jury Prize at Seattle International Film Festival 2009 
Best Cinematography, Novara Film Festival 2009