One Hundred Mornings

Set in a world upended by a complete breakdown of society, two couples hide out in a lakeside cabin hoping to survive the crisis. As resources run low and external threats increase, they forge an uneasy alliance with their self-sufficient hippie neighbour. With no news from the outside world they can’t know how long they must endure living in such close quarters, and with such limited supplies.

Unspoken animosity fills the air, and a suspected affair is driving a wedge between them all.  Poorly equipped to cope in a world without technology and saddled with completely conflicting worldviews, everything begins to disintegrate. Finally, each of them faces a critical decision they never thought they’d have to make.

Feature Film, 83 mins

Written and Directed by Conor Horgan
Produced by Katie Holly

Starring: Ciarán McMenamin, Alex Reid, Rory Keenan, Kelly Campbell, Robert O'Mahoney, Paul Ronan

Financiers:
A Catalyst film
Irish Film Board
Filmbase
The BCI with TV3 and The Arts Council

Distribution:
High Fliers (UK/Ireland)
Indieflix (USA)
International Sales:
Ravenbanner Entertainment

Festivals:
Galway Film Fleadh
Slamdance Film Festival
Jameson Dublin Film Festival
Clones Film Festival
Dingle Film Festival
Flatlake Film Festival
Waterford Film Festival
Salford Film Festival
Sci-Fi London Festival
Glasgow Film Festival
Reykjavík International Film Festival
Thessaloniki International Film Festival
Cologne Conference on Film and Television
Revalations Perth International Film Festival
Indy Film Festival
Rhode Island International Film Festival
Thessaloniki International Film Festival
Titani Film Festival, Budapest
Films from the Isles, Lumembourg
Flyaway Film Festival
Indianapolis International Film Festival
New York City International Film Festival
Tacoma Film Festival
Edmonton International Film Festival
San Francisco Irish Film Festival
Seattle True Independent Film Festival
Portland International Film Festival
Perth Film Festival

Awards:
Special Jury Honourable Mention for Narrative Feature, Slamdance Film Festival
IFTA Winner 2010 for Best Cinematography
Workbook Discovery and Distribution Award
Best Director, San Francisco Irish Film Festival
Best Script, Zebbie Awards.

Released: May 2010