Laura Gaynor’s report for the RTÉ Brainstorm strand on the treatment of staff in both fancy and fast food outlets.
The lemons are off (@1.15).
Sugar Club, Leeson Street, Dublin 2.
‘Rapture’, a 60-second ‘spec ad’ for Ryanair, written and directed by Dave Fox and produced by Laura Gaynor, won ‘Best Spec Commercial’ at the Emerging Director Awards.
Full credit list here.
G’wan the Laura.
Previously: Commercial Break
An epic, 60-second ‘spec ad’ for Ryanair.
Produced by Laura Gaynor, who writes:
Good news! Our end of the world comedy spec commercial ‘Rapture’ is nominated for ‘Best Spec Commercial’ at the Emerging Director Awards tomorrow!
Starring Rob Earley, Aidan J Collins and Tracey Lynch (as seen in Derry Girls) – [ full credit list here.]
Emerging Directors Award 2020
Previously: Laura Gaynor on Broadsheet
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Laura Gaynor writes:
Virgin Media are running a special series of Irish films during the Dublin International Film Festival, and we’re delighted to be a part of it.
Our short dark comedy Pernicio is screening on d’telly (Virgin Three) tonight at 23.25 – right after The Commitments!
If you get a chance to watch, tweet us and let us know what you think!
Pernicio tonight at 11.25pm on Virgin Media One.
Synopsis: In this futuristic dark comedy, a young man explores his attitude towards life and death when his suicide plans are interrupted.
Starring: Eoin O’Sullivan, Danielle Galligan, Mark Lawrence & Aidan J Collins.
Fun fact: Since starring in Pernicio, Danielle has since acted in a number of TV shows & films, including Game of Thrones!
Team: Producer: Laura Gaynor Writer/Director: Dave Fox DOP: Alfie Hollingsworth Editor: Conor Donoghue
Laura Gaynor on losing your mind looking for a gaff of your own.
Bilingual broadcaster (and ‘sheet favourite) Laura Gaynor inspects the accommodation at Jacobs Inn, Dublin.
Ireland’s first pod hostel.
No overnight guests.
The brilliant, award-laden, short movie written and directed by Dave Fox and produced by beloved Broadsheet chum Laura Gaynor (top left at the Royal Television Society Awards with Pernicio director of photography Alfie Hollingsworth).
Available NOW to watch online for the first time!
Pernicio tells the story of a young man who explores his attitude towards life and death when his suicide plans are interrupted.
I wanted to take a fresh approach to the overused theme of suicide, whilst also painting a picture of a potential futuristic Ireland if we don’t solve our mental health problems
Pernicio won ‘Best Drama’ at the Royal Television Society Student Awards, the ‘Producers Award’ at the Emerging Directors Awards in Dublin and ‘Best Student Film’ at the Richard Harris Film Festival and Underground Cinema Awards in Ireland.
AND It made the Official selection of the Newport Beach Film Festival in California and the Cork Film Festival and also screened at the Puerta Valetta FIlm Festival in Mexico last night with Spanish subtitles.
I just want to say a big big thanks to the ‘sheet for giving us such a platform while we were making this short. We really enjoyed making it and hope you get a chance to watch. Let us know what you think!
Reviews welcome below.
Previously: The Gaynor Effect
From top: Laura Gaynor (front row far left) with the cast and crew of Pernicio, at the Royal Television Society Awards on Tuesday and at last night’s Young Directors Awards
Laura Gaynor, Sligo filmmaker (and old pal of the ‘sheet) who’s currently a production trainee at BBC – took home TWO awards this week
On Tuesday night, Pernicio, a film Laura produced and Dave Fox directed, won Best Drama at the Royal Television Society student awards.
And last night , at the Young Directors Awards, Laura was named Producer Of The Year.
And RTÉ turned her down.
Pics: Laura Gaynor and Young Directors Awards
Previously: Laura Gaynor on Broadsheet
Sligo’s Laura Gaynor, who’s working as a production trainee at BBC, takes us on a tour of BBC’s HQ.
Previously: From Sligo To London
Laura Gaynor on Broadsheet