Wednesday, March 30, 2011


Monologue has been accepted as part of the programme for this year's Australian International Experimental Film Festival, which takes place in Melbourne over the last weekend of April.

For more on the Festival:

Monday, March 28, 2011

TENEBROUS CITY... Trailer Online

The trailer for Rouzbeh Rashidi's Tenebrous City and Ill-Lighted Mortals can be seen here:

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Wednesday, March 23, 2011


Shooting on Still Days, an experimental feature starring John McCarthy, Ailish Claffey and Sara Jane Power, is finally about to kick off. It'll be shot piecemeal over the next few months.

A 'teaser' trailer can be seen here:


Rouzbeh Rashidi has completed a haunting and mysterious new 65-minute film called Tenebrous City and Ill-Lighted Mortals. Approximately two-thirds of it is constructed from unused footage that I shot with Ed Malone for ...And The Poor Bird Died back in 2008. I'm honoured and delighted that Rouzbeh chose to work with these tapes. He has at once understood perfectly the essence of the images and performances, and made it something completely his own. His use of still images is especially powerful in this film.

Wednesday, March 16, 2011

SURFACE in Dingle

Surface will be screening over the next four nights at the Dingle Film Festival as part of the video art loop programme, Uisce, at the Old Ice Plant.

Monday, March 14, 2011

Senses of Cinema

Bill Mousoulis' review of last year's Thessaloniki International Film Festival in Senses of Cinema contains a few favourable words on both of my two films that played in it:

This isn't the only mention I've had in recent editions of that prominent online film journal. Gianluca Pulsoni talked about the (An)Other Irish Cinema screening at the Lucca Film Festival last year in his review of it:

And, nicest of all, Fergus Daly cited Light/Sound on his favourite films of the year list as part of the 2010 Senses of Cinema end of year poll:

Thursday, March 03, 2011

W├Âlflinge Online

W├Âlflinge 17/11/'10, which got its first public screening at a small, invite-only event in Cork last night, is now availble to view online: