Eva-Jane Gaffney as Aoife (above) and Eoin Ó Dubhghaill as Declan (top)
‘Le Ceangal, a Zoomcom!’
A new Covid-set web romantic drama on TG4’s young people’s platform Bloc.
Linda Ní Ghríofa writes:
Having met on Tinder, Galway-based Declan (24) and Dubliner Aoife (25) have gone on five tentative dates. Just as they are about to broach the tricky ‘should we both come off Tinder now?’ question, they are locked up in lockdown. In two different cities. With two different Wifi speeds. And their blossomming relationship is now on life-support…
This brand new comedy series is devised and directed by Oisín Mistéil.
You’ve heard of Sleepless in Seattle, well here you have Gormless in Galway, and Hapless in Howth…
The first 2 episodes will be available at 1pm on June 26 (at link below) and weekly thereafter.
We published a skate video yesterday on [TG4’s] BLOC, following on from our coverage of the skate against suicide last week. The video is a real love letter to Dublin, and counter culture, and is beautifully shot and edited…
Micheál Ó Ciaraidh, from online social hub ‘BLOC’ on TG4 speaks to young and old about love.
Embrace yourself for some genuine love this Valentine’s Day….Yep ‘Amore, Amore, Amore! Lá Fhéile Vailintín Shona! Get the tissues ready folks, it’s gonna be a wet one…and not like that ya filthy animals
Caroline Ní Dhubhchóin, of new TG4 online social hub ‘BLOC’, writes:
In this short 3 minute feature we see Irish cameraman, Dónal Glackin and gaming and software expert, Donovan Delaney, face angry security guards, danger zones and thrilling heights in their adventurous lives as urban rollerbladers.
The footage was shot by Dónal and his Nemix crew and it documents the trials and tribulations of the rollerbladers from their youth to the present day…