A 12-minute Irish short film written by Gerard Faherty, who writes:
“I’m a filmmaker, writer and actor. I’ve just decided to put a short film online. My idea pre-coronavirus was to make another four and put them up online together as a web series. It works by itself though. It’s heavily inspired by Curb your Enthusiasm. If you like that, you might like this.”
A trailer for a bruising new documentary by Donal Moloney on Calcio Storico – an ancient form of football from the 16th century with teams of 27 a side, using both feet and hands.
The president of Calcio Storico called it the “greatest ever” documentary made about their sport following a recent screening in Florence, Italy.
The 73 minute documentary will now do the festival tour before it becomes available to the general public. It’s a totally Irish production. Myself and two others shot the entire movie over a 7 month period. It’s a self funded labour of love…
‘Quattro Colori’ will have its first Irish screening at the Fastnet Film Festival [May20-24] in Schull, County Cork where one of the main Calciante/players will also be involved in a post-screening Q&A.
My friend and I set out to make Ireland’s version of The Office. Not quite sure we achieved that but at the very least it’s a great showcase of some of the funniest people in Ireland you’ve never heard of, and Karl Spain.
It’s a six-part comedy series about an ageing boy band’s one final attempt at a reunion. Strangely relevant! New episodes every Sunday….