In a rare and potentially fatal feat of cinematic daring, Dublin: The Movie was shot entirely between 12.01am to 11.59pm on Thursday June 26th 2008. This audacious cinematic collage offers ...
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What Richard Did follows Richard Karlsen, golden-boy athlete and undisputed alpha-male of his privileged set of South Dublin teenagers, through the summer between the end of school and the ... See full summary »
Jimmy Walshe is a middle aged farmer living in rural Ireland with his critically ill father. Life has been tough on Jimmy over the years, but things are about to get worse, as his life hits a very rough patch on and off his farm.
In a rare and potentially fatal feat of cinematic daring, Dublin: The Movie was shot entirely between 12.01am to 11.59pm on Thursday June 26th 2008. This audacious cinematic collage offers both a unique snapshot of a single day in the life of Dublin and a vivid example of a bold guerrilla filmmaking model.The film is an eclectic, multi-authored impression of Dublin (within the M50) as it lived, died, breathed, made love, filled up and emptied, consumed, wept, was rained or shone on, grew bright and then darkened again. Written by
In the short section of the film directed by Conor McMahon, featuring a mugging on the streets of Dublin, the scene is taken almost word for word from a real life experience Conor went through himself. While he was being mugged Conor even recollects thinking, "This will make a great movie someday!". See more »