October begins...

A few nice pieces of news today coming up... starting with 'Fragile' and John Colleary
https://www.rte.ie/player/ie/show/irish-short-films-30004853/10778165/#_=_ if you missed it - take a few mins out today - you'll be glad you did! 


Good News for Michael Mullen, ‘Blue Dawn’ Directed by Nadj Foley and produced by Blue Dawn Productions is premiering in this years Indie Cork Festival http://indiecork.com/ while another of Michael’s films, ‘Deirdre’ directed Jo Southwell was selected for British Urban Film Festival http://www.britishurbanfilmfestival.co.uk/ and Crystal Place Film Festival https://filmfreeway.com/festival/cpiff


Also good news for Jed Murray, IndieCork Film Festival features 'I'm Talking to You and 'The Legend of Harry & Ambrose'.  Whilst a short film Jed did, ‘REMEMBER’ is part of Dublin International Short Film and Music Festival Saturday 7th October, Screening at 1.10pm at Cineworld (Dublin) and its also showing in INDIECORK Film Festival Friday 13th October, Screening at 4.30pm at Gate Cinema (Cork) and Kerry Film Festival http://www.kerryfilmfestival.com/ The festival runs from 21st to 24th Oct. (Killarney)

For Brendan Sheehan, Eoin O’Sullivan and Niall Brewster there is an nice write up on 'Fingal’s Finest' in which they all had a role https://scannain.com/interview/fingals-finest-interview/
Also ‘Observer’ (starring Brendan Sheehan) got a good another review and is up for best Irish narrative in Kerry Film Festival. 

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Great news on the festival front also for Emmet Kelly and Anthony Moriarty. For Emmet, 'Lost Memories' has been selected to screen at http://richardharrisfilmfestival.com/. Whilst for both Emmet and Anthony, 'A Very Irish Family' is one to keep an eye on!

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... And finally, well done to Seven year old Heidi O’Mahony from Cork who was busy this week shooting two days for a very interesting on-line ad - more on that as soon as we get a copy to share!   Well done also to Claire O'Donovan who has also been busy this week making her first appearance in ‘Fair City’. Congratulations to Philip Coffey who was booked for ‘Badlands’ by http://www.amc.com/  and to Breid Morris, cast as Mrs Pugh in Festival Productions of 'Annie'  with Catherine Lynch - NCH opening on 27th Dec https://www.nch.ie/Online/default.asp