Tag Archives: For Your Consideration

One Small Thing To Do.

A mini-rockumentary mainly recorded on phones.

Luke Abbot writes:

Two festivals in two countries in 12 hours. That was the task facing King Kong Company last June as they closed Body & Soul [Ballinlough Castle, Westmeath] then twelve hours later made their Glastonbury [Somerset , England] debut.

King Kong Company

“Joe and Jimmy’s friendship is on its last legs. Could the contents of a mysterious box hold the key to its salvation?”

‘Alright Head’.

A new sketch from Dublin-based comedy channel, ThisContent.

ThisContent

Meet Me There

Phil McNulty writes:

The Griffith College Film Exhibition is on until Monday at our Dublin campus on South Circular Road. We have 13 films made by our students on show and it’s completely open to the public and it’s free!

The film that is probably getting the most attention is Meet me There. With the week that’s in it – this film was heavily influenced by the referendum and it’s just a lovely, well-crafted piece!

Griffith College

 

‘Experts on the Eighth’

From Dublin-based Pondering Media.

Karen Healy writes:

The first of three sketches we will release over the coming weeks, sees the return of Bríde O’Bríde (Karen Healy) and another self-proclaimed expert (Blaise Reid) discussing their much deeper connection to “life” than those of the pro-choice community…

Pondering Media

‘Welcome To Ireland’

A short comedy animation for Repeal.

Andrew Galvin writes:

Myself and illustrator Lucy Smyth imagined what it would look like if the airlines actually prepared visitors for the lack of bodily autonomy they faced upon landing in Ireland…

Earlier: Dr. Yes

The New Music.

Emma Fagen writes:

“The New Music” follows the struggles of Adrian, a young classical musician with extraordinary talent, who discovers he has Young Onset Parkinson’s, a rare form of Parkinson’s Disease affecting sufferers under 50.

Despite this debilitating condition, Adrian (played by Dublin actor Cilléin Mc Evoy) joins a punk band as a keyboard player and rediscovers his life through music and love.

Filming was completed early this year and the production team have launched a crowd-funding campaign to reach out to the public to donate what they can in order to raise money for the post production expenses of the film- editing, sound, music, marketing and festival entries.

20% of all funds raised will go directly to Young Parkinson’s Ireland in addition to all future income from the film.

Young Parkinson’s Ireland is heavily involved with the film itself, having consulted on the initial script and approved a recent rough cut.

Donations can be made here

The New Music

The New Music (GoFundMe)

Snakes.

A dark short from Dublin based comedy collective, ThisContent.

Keith writes:

Three men. One snake bite. How far would you go for friendship?

 ThisContent

 

Saint Denis.

Not that one.

Bray-based filmmaker Philip Evans writes:

Saint Denis is adocumentary about the life and times of Denis Lynn, a talented skater who grew up too fast on the streets of Belfast…

The documentary was shot over a period of two years by myself and chronicles Denis’ life and follows him as he struggles to stay on the right path while trying to maintain his life as a professional skater….

Philip Evans

Paper Cut London.

Philip Evans writes:

Paper Cut London (A film was made by Phil Evans, a film maker from Bray, Co. Wicklow) has been officially nominated for a Webby Award in the Film & Video Category.

The film was shot with in London with local skater Jak Pietryga and then broken down frame by frame and printed, drawn on and scanned – 3000 + sheets later we have Paper Cut London.

Vote here

Repeal.

A trailer for a short film by Karl Callan, approved by the Abortion Rights Campaign, that will have a preview screening at the IFI, Temple Bar, Dublin 2 on Saturday, March 31 at 11am and will be released to social media on April 6.

Emma Fagan writes:

The narratives within the film are all based on real life testimonies from people who have been directly affected by the 8th amendment.

Karl’s goal is to shine a light on what is happening every day in Ireland as a result of the current law .It is his hope that those who are currently undecided may feel inclined to vote Yes after seeing the film…

Repeal Short Movie