Half Mime

Made this wee short with some very talented people a few years back, and just got around to editing it now. Written / Directed by Greg Fitzpatrick, shot by George Hooker, starring Adam Tyrell and James M. O’Connor.

We made this in an afternoon as part of KinoD. The next kino event is next week, highly recommended to everyone with an interest in film!

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Ray Brown – The Ballad Tour

Copyright Ray Brown.

Directed by Gareth Stack.
Assistant Director Frances Galligan.
Special thanks Cian Brennan.

Featuring Myles Manley, Ray Brown, Nicole O’Connor, Patrick Carrolan, Kenny Stapleton, Gavin Johnston Smith, Brian Lowe, Daniel Smith and Ray Brown.

Little Black Lies – The Webseries

How can an undead villain search for love in the age of tinder? What if you were socially awkward and a monster? Join one sexy vampire, OK maybe not that sexy, as he tries to find the love of his life, again. This anachronistic horror comedy takes its cues from the eighties feel of recent work like ‘It follows’ and ‘San Junipero’, and springs from the lively Irish comedy scene. The writer and director preciously collaborated on absurd comic shorts like ‘Lads’ and ‘Spaghetti D*ck’, and the series co-stars rising Irish talent like Nicole O’Connor (‘FACTS’), Joe O’Neill (Little Shadow Theatre Company), as well as legendary Irish actor Roger Gregg (‘About Adam’, ‘Space Truckers’).

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Spaghetti D*ck

Just over a year ago, I went along to an event run by Dublin Filmmaking Collective Kino D. Kino Kabaret’s are weekend long filmmaking jamborees. Anyone no matter their level of experience can take part in making a movie – usually lots of short movies. That weekend I helped out with a bunch of short and silly movies, doing everything from acting to sound. In the sleep deprived downtime between shoots I wrote a daft little script. We scrounged some time together and filmed it, my short – ‘Spaghetti D*ck’. Flash forward a few weeks and shot through with enthusiasm for zero budget filmmaking we remade this absurd flick in super ultra mega full colour hd. I’m a big fan of whimsey, and a movie about a man whose equipment is primarily pasta certainly qualifies. Making this silliness helped convince me that writing and directing films was something I could actually imagine doing. It introduced me to a bunch of incredibly talented actors and filmmakers I still count as friends today. Hope you like it. If not, suck a spaghetti d*ck.