Starring Aisling O’Sullivan (The Clinic), Eileen Walsh (Eden), the late Mick Lally (The Secret of Kells), and newcomer Stephen Moran ,‘Snap’ is a gripping psychological drama about three generations of a family poised to recreate a past that each one denies.

Fifteen-year-old Stephen snatched a toddler from the park and held him captive for five days in his Grandfather’s house. Three years later, his mother Sandra is forced to piece together what happened in that house – and why. While she tells their story to camera her estranged son tells an altogether different story with a camera of his own…

Written and directed by Carmel Winters from her play of the same name, ‘Snap’ is produced by Martina Niland (Pavee Lacken) and the film’s director of photography is Kate McCullough (His & Hers). The film was edited by Mary Finlay here at Screen Scene where it also completed full picture and sound post production.

Angela Cerasi served as colourist, with Sound editing by Michelle Fingleton and Garret Farrell handling the Sound Mix.