Andrew LeggeStill: LOLA
Dublin-based screenwriter and filmmaker Andrew LEGGE (Ireland) has a penchant for playing with form and music as part of the storytelling process. He has made several award-winning short films, including faux documentary The Chronoscope (2009), which won Best Short Film at Belfast Film Festival, and The Unusual Inventions of Henry Cavendish (2005), for which he won Best Short Film and the Frank Copplestone First Time Director Award at Celtic Film and Television Festival in 2007. The silent love story was partly shot on a hand-wound ‘Krasnogorsk’ 16mm camera. Legge also took part in the Cannes Film Festival’s Cinéfondation Residence. LOLA (2022), selected for IFFR 2023, is his feature-length directorial debut.
1902 (2001, short), The Unusual Inventions of Henry Cavendish (2005, short), Fowl (2006, TV doc) The Chronoscope (2009, short), A Kingdom Once Again (2012, short), The Girl with the Mechanical Maiden (2013, short), LOLA (2022)