Delighted to announce that my latest short doc Two Sugars: Intern Ireland was selected to screen as part of the True Life shorts programme in this year’s Plymouth Film Festival takeing place on Sat the 16th of May at Plymouth Arts Centre. To date, the film has been selected for Dingle International Film Festival 2015, Irish Film London Festival … Continue reading
I’m delighted to say that the third Dublin Doc Fest short documentary film screening on Sat the 28th of February 2015 in the gorgeous Irish Georgian Society was a resounding success! We were fully sold out and received great feedback from our attendees. Thank You: I had a lot of help from some excellent people … Continue reading
Dublin Doc Fest is a short documentary film festival and screenings that I run and which I’ve been focusing on a lot for the last two years. The third screening will be taking place this Saturday the 28th of February 2015 in the beautiful Irish Georgian Society, 58 South William Street, D.2 at 7pm. Here’s … Continue reading
In the last year I’ve been getting more and more into photography as an art form and also as a form of research for filming. I’ve been lucky enough to have had a few travel adventures and I took my lovely old Minolta along with me for the ride. Here’s one of my favourite photo’s … Continue reading
A long, long overdue painting, inspired by a friend’s obsession with the humble Nike Air Max, and an only too willing desire to paint an homage to it. That and being easily swayed by gold footwear…
Abyss Films’ latest venture is Dublin Doc Fest, an exciting new short documentary film festival taking place on Thursday the 4th of July from 6-8pm in The Sugar Club, 8 Lower Leeson St, D.2 as part of this year’s 10Days in Dublin (www.10daysindublin.ie). Dublin Doc Fest will showcase work from both Irish and International documentary filmmakers. … Continue reading
New year, new beginnings and in the spirit of new things, Abyss Films is my new Production and AD services company for Film, Tv & Theatre throughout Ireland, Northern Ireland and the UK. Starting the year with Irish short ‘The Stand Up’, watch this space, and the Facebook, for more projects and updates. http://www.facebook.com/abyssfilms http://www.twitter.com/abyssfilms
I am delighted to say that ‘City Skippers’ won Best Documentary in The Underground Cinema Awards 2012. A great night was had by all and a huge congratulations to all the nominees and winners. City Skippers has also been chosen as part of Shorts Programme 3 in The Waterford Film Fesitval 2012. The screening will take place on 11th November at 5:00pm.
Hurray! City Skippers will be screening in the Lighthouse Cinema as part of their shorts programme on Monday August 27th at 18:45pm. Hoop-lah!