Tag Archives: For Your Consideration


Rising.

An Irish-led, global short film collaboration in tribute to the ‘relentless resilience of the human spirit’.

From director duo GRIZZLY and creative agency The Tenth Man and narrated by Denise Chaila.

Grizzly’s Trevor Whelan writes:

During this global pandemic we have collaborated with an international array of 14 cinematographers to create this inspiring message of hope. In a time when the issues of the world would have us divided, this film demonstrates what can be achieved when we work together.

RISING shows the beauty of the world that surrounds us and the power of unity and human connection….

FIGHT!

Grizzly

Stay With Me Art Show.

Journalist Alison O Reilly (top), who broke the Tuam story, presents the launch of a virtual exhibit of artists’ work in response to the stories of the children who died in Mother and Baby homes.

The exhibition starts at 58 minutes.

Alison writes:

This new virtual show which includes a number of mother and baby homes across Ireland, was shot in the Coronavirus lockdown and connects recent losses to past losses.

This show was created voluntarily to honour the children who died in state and religious care in one of the most shameful periods in Irish history.

Previously: Worse Than Tuam

 

‘Charm Controller’

They have an app for that.

Aidan O’Sullivan writes

A sketch about dating in modern times with apps, and how the man needs all the help he can get from the “Charm Controller” !

Starring Sue Walsh as Sharon and Tom Doonan as Connor.
Written and Produced by Fergus Mulligan and Colman Hayes.
Directed by Fergus Mulligan.

For your consideration.

‘Parting Us’.

By Albert Hooi and TJ O’Grady-Peyton​ for District Magazine.

A short documentary about the lives of 15 people living in Ireland during the first phase of the country’s lockdown due to COVID-19.

Featuring street artist, ​Maser​, and retired WBO World Heavyweight Champion, ​Andy Lee.

Albert Hooi

TJ O’Grady-Peyton

Talking Heads: Detached Together.

A mini-documentary on the lockdown by Luke McKenna.

Featuring contributions from comedians Joe Rooney (top) and Norma Sheahan.

Luke writes:

Taking Heads explores how lockdown has affected us all, no matter what our walk of life and whether we are at home or abroad. Shot in Ireland, the UK, USA, Poland and Australia. It features English and Irish language….

In fairness.

‘The Naked City’.

Possibly NSFW.

Eamonn Farrell writes:

While cocooned with Coronavirus I have devised an outdoor exhibition in Dublin, using boarded up premises and advertising billboards as my digital canvas.

I have named this show ‘ The Naked City ‘ as Dublin is now a sad, lonely and empty space. It is of course a ‘virtual exhibition’.

Eamonn Farrell/Rollingnews