‘We Are Voyagers’ is a short film I put together using a selection of my favorite shots I created for the ‘The Farthest’, a beautiful Irish made documentary about the amazing story of the NASA Voyager space mission. The film will be released in Irish cinemas from July 28th.
Irish emo-indie act’s new single with a video shot on a hi 8 tape camera to deliver “an intentionally amateur effect”.
Marty Ryan writes:
I’ve always personally found it hilarious how the typical band video is like “Look at us, we’re cool, we’re playing in a forest!” Why would a band play in a forest? There is no electricity, or audience, it’s ridiculous…
An Irish indie about to hit the big screen from writer/director Zoe Kavanagh and produced by Constant Motion Pictures.
Made in Ireland and shot in both Dublin & Offally, ‘Demon Hunter’ stars Niamh Hogan (Don’t Listen) as Taryn Barker, whose dark journey with the supernatural involves avenging the rape and murder of her sister, surviving a deadly possession and becoming trained to fight evil by a team of demon hunters.
Playing in Dundrum, Swords & the Gate in Cork on June 6 and available on demand from June 12. Support the indie arts!
A new radio mockumentary] on RTE Radio 1 tomorrow at 11am.
BUT available online NOW..
In this RTÉ Radio 1 Comedy production, comedy writer and producer Colm Tobin visits a boutique digital detox centre on the island of Carnananaunachán to follow the journey of Holly (Stefanie Preissner) and Declan (Aidan O’Donovan), a smartphone-dependent couple from Dublin….
I made this Short film about Dublin in a day with Al Hooi. It was shot and screened as part of the Patrick’s day festival a couple of years back now but aside from the 400 people at the screening no-one has seen the piece.
The beautiful track is available digitally here and on vinyl here.
As it is a love letter to Dublin and Ireland it might be relevant for a mention on the week of national pride we’re approaching.
Deposits concerns the connection of a the remains of those murdered by the Provos and those killed centuries earlier by Redcoats. In common they are buried without trace, but are connected by hopes for discovery.
Written by Adrienne Michel-Long, prroduced by Michael Algar, narrated by John Kavanagh and Composed by Paul Dowling.