Posts Tagged ‘Date Night’

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A big thank you to everyone who has worked on, and supported the Film Limerick Trilogy Short Films [Day Off – Director Steve Hall, Writer Peter McNamara and The Apparel – Director Peter Delaney, Writer Dan Mooney].

We look forward to seeing you all again, and collaborating with you on future film projects.

***Why not come down to Dolans on Monday 29th June at 7:00pm to see Exclusive Scenes from the short films, with a Director and Panel Talk on the night***.

We will also be discussing on the night the final film of The Limerick Trilogy, “Date:Time” (Writer – Philip Shanahan, Director Paul Corey) which is scheduled to go into production mid July.
Please bring along your family and friends to this free event. We just ask that you register your interest so we can save you a seat and some popcorn!. Please book now,

Eventbrite - FILM LIMERICK UPDATE . EXCLUSIVE SCENES AND DIRECTOR PANEL TALK [Behind the Scenes]

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With principle filming completed on the second film of the trilogy, The Apparel, we have now started the post production.

The “training Trilogy”, a brainchild of Film Limerick Project Manager, Ronan Cassidy, has brought together both professional and novice filmmakers to realise the three short scripts created by Limerick’s Dan Mooney, Peter McNamara and Philip Shanahan.

The post production team consists of LSAD Student; Maeve Humphreys, Mark Griffin (LCFE) and Patryk Czekalski (LIT) (Assistant editors) and myself as lead editor. Limerick Institute of Technology is providing the post production facilities for the offline editing. We are using Avid Media Composer 7 with an Avid ISIS 5500 server for storage.

With the first of the three films, Day Off, already in the middle of post production, the team now move onto the more difficult task of managing two at the same time. With the third (Date Night) in preproduction, the team will be soon working on all the trilogy ensuring that the visual and story links are working along with balancing the ideas of three directors and the support of Ronan and Gerry Stembridge.
In the end we will have three great short films of which we can all be proud of, which will also show off to the rest of Ireland that Limerick has talent and locations for professional film making.

More soon.