BRIDGESTONE AWARD "Best in Ireland 2011, 2012 and 2013.
Creating memories and bespoke ceremonies
'Trampoline', which was written and directed by 26 year old Nenagh native Tom Ryan has won the "Best Narrative Feature Award" at the Williamsburg Independent Film Festival in Brooklyn, New York.
The film follows a young woman named Angie (played by Aoife Spratt) who moves back to her local town in Tipperary after she is offered a job teaching at her old school, forcing her to reconnect with her old friends and broken family. While struggling to get her personal life in order she also comes to the difficult realization that she is not cut out for a career as teacher, and must try to figure out the next step in her life.
This award follows on from actress Aoife Spratt winning "Best Leading Actress in a Feature Film" at the Indie Fest Film Festival in LA in early November for her leading role in 'Trampoline'.
The movie was screened in New York on November 22nd and Director Tom Ryan told us "we are currently in talks to have the film screened in Nenagh soon".