Tag Archives: For Your Consideration

A Swede in The Hand.

A short, IKEA-based comedy from a new Irish web series, Logan & Regan, starring Peter Melrose and Seán McGillicuddy.

They say:

Logan & Regan is a satirical look at society through the eyes of two twenty-somethings who are living together and trying to keep up with modern culture and trends, often failing spectacularly.

Logan & Regan

The Mustering of The Harrier.

It’s pretty epic.

Hugh Cooney writes:

Me and my Pal Charlie Doran were bloody sick to the back teeth with all of the lacklustre fantasy epics cruising the streets.

So we’ve decided with no prior experience to just get stuck in and make one ourselves. Let us know what you think.

You can come hob knob with us at a red carpet premiere on the 23rd of November in Dublin. Tickets here

The Mustering Of The Harrier (Facebook)

 

My Name Is Brian.

An inspiring mini-documentary (2 mins 44 secs).

Dara O’Neill, of Dream Boat Productions,  writes:

My Name is Brian is a story that gives a moment to the expression of a dancer with Down Syndrome who is embarking on a mission to choreograph a show for the first time.

An empowering and inspiring window into the world of a gentle voice that also talks through his body. His beautiful and thoughtful movement resists the idea of disability and limitations.

Dream Boat (Facebook)

In the Name of Peace: John Hume in America

Narrated by Liam Neeson with an original musical score by Bill Whelan.

This 90-minute documentary by Maurice Fitzpatrick tells of how John Hume cultivated the support of a succession of US presidents to help forge peace in Northern Ireland and why Bill Clinton (top right) called him the ‘Martin Luther King of Northern Ireland politics”.

This November 17, In the Name of Peace: John Hume in America will be released in select IMC Cinemas nationwide (Dublin Savoy, IMC Tallaght, IMC Santry, IMC Dun Laoghaire, IMC Athlone, IMC Carlow, IMC Dundalk, IMC Galway, IMC Ballymena, IMC Enniskillen and IMC Omagh).

Tickets here

Thanks Christina and Joanne

 

Dead Air.

A short black a comedy about the last man on earth broadcasting to a world overrun by zombies.

From Cork-based Deep Red productions.

Thanks Emmet O’Brien

Planxty: Their Story In Three Minutes

A capsule history of the genius-drenched, barber shop-hating quartet.

Unnaturally sweaty.

By Dan O’Neill

Top pic: Michael Putland

Seán Hillen, Merging Views

Best short documentary award winner at the Galway Film Fleadh last year.

Now free to air.

Paddy Cahill writes:

You might like our short documentary about artist Seán Hillen we have just made available online.

Its  a portrait that observes Seán as he creates a beautiful new photomontage. He shares thoughts about his work and recent personal discovery.

Seán Hillen

Liquid Lunch: Bic Razors

A new comedy short from Fox & Blake about “having your quiet time at the pub interrupted”.

Featuring comedian Tom “The Bear” O’Mahony.

Fox & Blake

Laytown Races.

A short film shot by photographer and filmmaker Donal Moloney last Tuesday at Laytown, County Meath, the only ‘racing on sand’ event officially run under the rules of the Turf club.

Majestic.

Drone shots: Stephanie Sammann.

Donal Moloney (Facebook)