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4 items from 2009


Lifting the Lid on W.C. with Liam O Mochain

14 November 2009 8:31 AM, PST | The Hollywood Interview | See recent The Hollywood Interview news »

(Julia Wakeham and director/actor Liam O Mochain in Wc, above.)

by Alan Kline

When I first visited Irish filmmaker Liam O Mochain ten years ago on the set of his debut feature, The Book That Wrote Itself, one of the first things I noticed was that he had managed to pull together production elements that would have been difficult for a film with ten times the budget. On the first day, he had managed to get the City of Dublin to give him a double-decker bus, complete with driver, to shoot on throughout the city. I, and a few dozen other tourists, had just paid the equivalent of $20 each for a tour on a similar bus, just the day before. Later in the production, he visited the Venice Film Festival with a small crew, attended a press conference, and asked a variety of celebrity luminaries questions, in character as Vincent, »

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Lifting the Lid on W.C. with Liam O Mochain

2 November 2009 10:38 AM, PST | The Hollywood Interview | See recent The Hollywood Interview news »

(Julia Wakeham and director/actor Liam O Mochain in Wc, above.)

by Alan Kline

When I first visited Irish filmmaker Liam O Mochain ten years ago on the set of his debut feature, The Book That Wrote Itself, one of the first things I noticed was that he had managed to pull together production elements that would have been difficult for a film with ten times the budget. On the first day, he had managed to get the City of Dublin to give him a double-decker bus, complete with driver, to shoot on throughout the city. I, and a few dozen other tourists, had just paid the equivalent of $20 each for a tour on a similar bus, just the day before. Later in the production, he visited the Venice Film Festival with a small crew, attended a press conference, and asked a variety of celebrity luminaries questions, in character as Vincent, »

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'Wc' UK Premiere at Portobello Film Festival

1 September 2009 7:27 AM, PDT | IFTN | See recent IFTN news »

'Wc', the second feature film of Irish director Liam O'Mochain will receive its UK premiere in London at the 2009 Portobello Film Festival on September 19th and will be released there on DVD from October 19th. The film was produced by Liam O'Mochain, Bernie Grummell (The Book That Wrote Itself) and co-produced by Liz Kenny (The Magnificent Ambersons). Wc' is a quirky drama set in and around the toilets of a Dublin Jazz bar. It follows a day in the life of two toilet attendants, Jack (Liam O'Mochain), an Irish guy who has recently been released from prison and Katya (Julia Wakeham), a Russian girl who has come to Ireland to find a better life. As Jack and Katya deal with argumentative customers, an interfering bar manager and an inept thief, they form an unlikely friendship with one another in the last place one would expect – the toilets. »

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'Wc' Gets Digital Release

10 March 2009 7:44 AM, PDT | IFTN | See recent IFTN news »

Irish Director Liam O Mochain's second feature film 'Wc' will open in Ireland via digital cinema on March 13th 2009 in Movies@Dundrum, Sgc Dungarvan and the Eye Cinema Galway. 'Wc' is a quirky drama set in and around the toilets of a Dublin Jazz bar. It follows a day in the life of two toilet attendants, Jack (Liam O MochainThe Book That Wrote Itself), an Irish guy who has recently been released from prison and Katya (Julia Wakeham - The Tudors), a Russian girl form an unlikely friendship with one another in the last place one would expect – the toilets. »

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