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This afternoon.

The trailer for ‘Home Truths’.

A sort film on the housing crisis by Eamon Dillon.

Mick Caul writes:

Featuring hard-hitting real life interviews with victims of Dublin’s rental system and depicts the stark reality of the housing crisis in Ireland….

Available next for subscribers to Eamon’s YouTube channel.


‘The Man on the Phone’.

A lockdown comedy short.

Aidan O’Sullivan writes:

Two bored house mates start to get suspicious about a strange man outside their house. They are determined to find out just what is the “Man On The Phone” up to…

Starring Craig Moran, James Higgins, Darragh Moran, Aidan O Sullivan and Hazel Mac Blake.

Red Sauce Comedy

Roger Gregg – Which Way Is USA?

An edited, free-form improvisation by Dublin-based Roger Gregg in which he ‘plays/utilises/torments: Words & Voice, Guitars, Saxophone, Waterphone, Cymbals, Chime tree, Keyboards, Piano Guts and Drum Samples‘.

Morgan Jones writes:

Roger is an expat Yank, playwright, artist, musician, actor and hands down the best audio drama producer on earth…

Roger Gregg

‘For When I Die’.

Filmmaker Paul Power writes:

My short documentary For When I Die has been made public. It screened at Galway Fleadh, DIFF, Indie Cork, Still Voices and Dingle Film festival. It also won at the International Young Directors Awards in Cannes.

It’s about Jennifer Sleeman (top as a young woman), who is going to die. But we all die. How to accept and prepare for death is something we don’t want to talk about much. Jennifer has no such problem – even going so far as to buy her own coffin. This documentary explores Jennifer’s outlook on what a good life and a good death means to her. I hope ye enjoy…

In fairness.


A poem by George Cummins.

George writes:

A dark poem and perhaps not what people want to necessarily hear right now, but this is definitely a time that awareness is sorely needed. With the freezing weather, the massive number of homeless currently on the streets of Ireland, and Covid changing how we interact with each other, it’s integral that people are aware of the dangers this is creating for the homeless population.

Staying in next Monday?

Linda Ní Ghríofa writes:

Sol – an inspiring film about a little boy’s journey through grief premieres in Ireland and the UK on the darkest night of the year, the Winter Solstice – Monday 21 December at 6:30pm.

The animated, 28-minute film aims to bring light and comfort to families with young children as the darkest year in modern times draws to a close.

Emmy award-winning Irish actor, Fionnula Flanagan voices Sol’s grandmother alongside Myra Zepf (author and winner of Ireland’s Children’s Book of the Year prize) voices Sol’s mother. Sol himself is voiced by 12 year old Zana Akkoç. The film’s song has been recorded by Moya Brennan, member of Celtic folk band, Clannad.

Sol will broadcast simultaneously in Irish on TG4, in Welsh on S4C, and in Scots Gaelic BBC ALBA at 6:30pm on December 21. It will also be available to view in the UK on CiTV with English subtitles at 7:30pm.

Paper Owl Films