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Cameras Roll on Set of 'My Brothers'

23 November 2009 11:29 PM, PST | IFTN | See recent IFTN news »

Production is underway on the new Irish feature film 'My Brothers', directed by Paul Fraser (Scummy Man) and written by William Collins (Escape of the Wild Thing). Set over the Halloween weekend of 1987, the film explores three young brothers' quest to replace their dying father's beloved watch in an off-beat and moving journey that ultimately leads them home. Starring newcomers Timmy Creed, Paul Courtney and Tj Griffin as well as a supporting cast including Kate Ashfield (Shaun of the Dead), Don Wycherley (Rásaí na Gaillimhe), Sarah Green (Shelter) and Eamonn Hunt (W.C.), 'My Brothers' is produced by Rebecca O'Flanagan (The Eclipse, The Running Mate) and Rob Walpole (Man About Dog) through Rubicon Films. »

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Dublin toilet humor on show at U.S. film festivals (IrishCentral)

17 November 2009 2:02 AM, PST | IrishCentral | See recent IrishCentral news »

Not every boat was lifted by the Celtic Tiger economy. In "W.C.," the low key, but thoroughly likeable new Irish film by writer and director Liam O Mochain, it’s the people who work unseen and underpaid who are his subjects. At first glance the subject matter may make you wonder – after all, "W.C." is set in and around the male and female toilets of an upscale Dublin jazz bar. As pitches to major studios go, a drama concerning the trials and tribulations of two lowly paid toilet attendants and the people they serve is probably a long shot, but the director persevered. Because O Mochain stayed true to his vision he has produced something rather rare: a convincing contemporary portrait of Irish lives lived on the margins. For that achievement alone his film deserves to be seen and appreciated. Wage slavery and human trafficking are hot button issues, and O’Mochain directs sensitively, »

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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, »

- The Hollywood Interview.com

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