The aim of 13th Parish is to offer a space for music and film that stimulates, surprises and intrigues audiences.
Over a packed Spring weekend we will present exciting contemporary films that you will not find in any other local cinema, hold workshops and talks, and present a programme of diverse musical performances. We are already busy planning a few other events which are due to take place before the festival – so watch this space…
The festival will focus on independent film from around the world, with dedicated programmes of international, Irish and French language material.
A founding partner of 13th Parish is the IndieCork festival in Cork, Ireland. It is the festival’s intention to establish partnerships with similar creative organisations throughout the Channel Islands, Normandy, Brittany, Ireland and the United Kingdom. Its programmes of film, music, talks and workshops will reflect the diversity of cultures within the region whilst welcoming exciting work from around the world.
The Parishioners invite participation from local film-makers, artists, musicians and any others wishing to be practically involved in this exciting new venture. We are not necessarily looking for slick, high spec productions – we ARE looking for imagination, different ways of seeing and hearing, new stories to tell.
For those wishing to further support the project, to avail of special offers and to have an input to its creative direction, our membership scheme will soon be up and running!
To submit a film for consideration, to sign up for membership or to request further information, please refer to the relevant pages on this site. You are, of course, invited to join us on social media, and all queries should be directed to email@example.com
The Parishioners are:
Jooj Ducquemin is an established Jersey artist, particularly in the field of photography. Her role in the Parish is ‘international liaison’. We’re forbidden from revealing any further details of Jooj’s activities at this point but these will become clear in due course.
Andy Hopton serves the parish as Honorary Secretary and test pilot. He has extensive experience in alternative publishing and arts administration. He brings to the 13th Parish an air of calm deliquesence.
As Honorary Treasurer, Phill Hogben watches our finances like a large paisley hawk. He is also financial administrator with the Jersey Opera House and a devout music lover of questionable taste.
Úna Langlois ,the 13th Parish Film Programmer, has worked in film festivals and art projects for over 25 years. She is a founder of IndieCork, one of Ireland’s most respected festivals of independent film and music.
Tony Langlois – Communications. – Tony lectures in media in Ireland. He is looking forward to hearing from you. Tricky questions often take a little longer to answer…