Environmental Film Festival Award Winning Film “Freequencies” by Seventeen-Year-Old Olivia Louise Curto

A17-year-old film-maker from Ireland was recently awarded 2nd place in the Fresh Films Ireland Festival. The festival had 13,648 applicants with participants from 150 countries.

According to Irish Independent coverage, the film ” impressed with its insightful exploration of electromagnetic hypersensitivity (EHS) through the story of ten-year-old Oliver.”

As the Leitram Observer reported, “Leitrim 17-year-old Olivia Louise Curto achieved an incredible feat by securing 2nd place at Fresh Films Ireland 204 with her film, ‘Freequencies’. The film masterfully explores the broader implications of our increasingly digital existence, advocating for a world where human connections transcend technological ties. The film festival, which began as a modest video competition in 1997 under the umbrella of the Limerick Film Festival, has grown exponentially over the years. Today, it stands as a crucial platform that nurtures young talent, having introduced thousands of budding filmmakers to the world stage.” 

Watch the 14 minute film “Frequencies” below.

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Thanks to Patricia Burke who featured the new film on her substack for sharing the news. More updates on films at EMF/RF: ‘Remembering Nearfield’ May NYC Film Festival; Irish Film Freequencies; Canada; International EHS Day


https://ehtrust.org/film-on-ehs-and-technology-wins-environmental-award-in-ireland/ Source: Environmental Health Trust