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586-2012-Award-J.jpg
This small bronze-coloured trophy is 21.5cm tall and depicts the organic form of a figure looking through the single lens of a camera. The slim award, designed so that it can be hung on a wall, is presented in a wooden box tied with a red ribbon. The…

585-2002-Award-J.jpg
This small cast bronze trophy is 25cm tall and depicts the organic form of a figure, with its right arm raised to its eye as it looks out through a single-lens binocular. The unsigned statue is inscribed Cork Film Festival 2002 along its spine. We…

584-2009-Award-J.jpg
Since its establishment in 1956, the festival has awarded the St Finbarr statuette to its winners. Designed by the Cork-born sculptor Seamus Murphy, the bronze-coloured representation of the saint is 31cm high including the base. The base in this…

583-1998-Award-J.jpg
This is a cast bronze crescent-shaped award in gold and green hues. The base, measuring 17.5cm x 8cm, is engraved: Winner Best Black & White Short Film, Murphy's 43rd Cork Film Festival 1998. The back of the base is signed with the initial 'B' -…

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This is a black and white photo, taken during the 1980s, of the sculptor Patrick O’Sullivan in conversation with festival director Robin O’Sullivan. Patrick O’Sullivan is sitting on Robin O’Sullivan’s desk who is looking up at him as they talk. A…

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This is a black and white photo of the sculptor Séamus Murphy and his daughter, Bebhinn Marten, in conversation with the Cork politician Peter Barry. The convivial group is dressed formally, and Marten, wearing a flower-decorated light-coloured…

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This is a black and white photo of the festival director Dermot Breen in Fitzgerald’s Park giving an interview to a BBC television crew in the late 1960s. The interview is taking place on one of the tree-lined avenues that dot the park amidst its…
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