A group of third year students studying video and film production, at DkIT have just completed the production of a short film.
“As part of an end of year project we are required to make a short film,” said Adam Mc Elligott, one of the students, “my team consists of four other class mates and together we have made a sci-fi film called ‘Indelible’.”
The film was co-written and directed by Catherine McGrath and Joske Slabbers, and produced by Adam Mc Elligott.
It also stars local actresses Leah Rossiter as Jade and Ceara Daly-Carney as Ruth.
Indelible centres around a young woman who has woken up with no idea of what has happened the previous night.
Living in a society in which people have become almost synonymous with their edited online profiles, she decides to access her internal memory and find out.
Indelible was shot on location in Dundalk over four days by the DkIT students and is now in the post production phase.
It will be entered for festival consideration upon completion and will premiere at the Fís Music and Creative Media Exhibition in early June. For more information you can visit their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/pages/Indelible/538126696219896 or follow them on Twitter using the handle @DkIT_Indelible.