Tag Archives: For Your Consideration

Young Dublin.

A short film shot in Ringsend, Dublin 4, by Conor Clinch who writez:

I recently shot this video featuring some of Dublin’s youth and their thoughts on Ireland’s recent developments. The video was published this afternoon exclusively on Wonderland magazine.

Young Dublin (Wonderland)

Conor Clinch

Land Without God.

Opening this Friday.

‘Eclipse Pictures’ writes:

New Irish film Land Without God follows writer Gerard Mannix Flynn and generations of his family who speak openly together for the first time about their childhood traumatic experiences, incarcerated in children’s homes and industrial institutions.

Land Without God plays at Irish Film Institute (IFI) and Light House Cinema from October 18, Triskel Arts Centre from October 20 & Eye Cinema Galway from October 25….

Eclipse Pictures

Thanks Bebe

Alpaca Man.

A mini documentary about Joe Phelan, an ex-bank worker turned full-time Alpaca farmer in Wicklow.

Colin Brady writes:

In this mini-documentary we visit Joe as he introduces us to his alpacas Ted, Ted 2, Gene Simmons and Katiet to name a few. Joe names every alpaca and his first few were named after his own children. It turns out most people LOVE these weird and wonderful creatures.

Taller Stories (Facebook)

My Dad’s Blind.

An irreverent play by Anna Sheils-McNamee (top) about her relationship with her visually impaired father (played by Steve Blount) showing at the Abbey Theatre on the Peacock stage on July 30-31.

Producer Donncha O’Dea writes:

My Dad’s Blind was awarded Best Production at the Dublin Fringe Festival 2018 and is now returning to the Abbey Theatre as part of the Young Curators Festival ahead of a nationwide tour.

Based on Anna’s life, with material sourced from her father John , My Dad’s Blind challenges the perceptions of people with disabilities in today’s society.

My Dad’s Blind (Abbey)