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This Monday’s Shortscreen is THE SUFFERING KIND, directed by Kevin Liddy (Country; Horse..) and shot by Declan Quinn (Leaving Las Vegas; In America; Breakfast on Pluto..).
It’s the story of a recently sober sanitation worker in upstate New York, getting through the days as best he can. He whiles away the hours, his woman gone though still around, his road getting narrower, his nights longer. Father Jim is an inner city priest keeping an eye on Micheal’s sobriety. The past is like a sad lullaby that haunts him so close it’s all he can hear. Then reality comes knocking.
RTÉ2: Monday @ 11:40pm

Simon (editor) with Kevin Liddy (Dir) and Rori Coleman (music) at the screening of The Suffering Kind.

Simon (editor) with Kevin Liddy (Dir) and Rori Coleman (music) at the screening of The Suffering Kind.

It was a great honour to have been the editor on this project and to have had the opportunity to work closely with Kevin and others including Music Composer, Rori Coleman.

The screening is Monday 15th, RTE 2 at 11:40pm and it will then be on the RTE player. Please pass on the link when it becomes available.

Simon.

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Following a lengthy run on the international short film circuit, resulting in winning the ‘Spirit of the Festival’ award at the Indie Cork Film Festival in 2014, acclaimed Limerick Writer and Director; Kevin Liddy will have his haunting short film, The Suffering Kind, screened on RTE on February 15th 2016. (Time to be confirmed)

THE SUFFERING KIND directed by Kevin Liddy (Country, Horse) with cinematography by Oscar® nominated Declan Quinn (Rachel Getting Married, The Reluctant Fundementalist, Leaving Las Vegas). The film stars Keith Leonard, Reagan Leonard, Vahe Katros, Edward Crawford, Joe James.

Somewhere up the Hudson river, two men, an inner city priest and a sanitation worker, grapple with the ghosts of their past, the longings that haunt them and a chance to set them free. What happens when the treasure you seek is inside you?

See the trailer below:

 

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Limerick Film Festival have just announced Film Editor and Director, Nathan Nugent as one of the special Guest Speakers for this years festival in April.

Nathan’s Bio:

Nathan has been editing features and documentaries for a number of years. His feature credits include Sensation, As If I Am Not There, Zonad, Waveriders,The Door (Oscar nominee best short), Run and Jump, Kelly and Victor and more recently What Richard Did, for which he won an Ifta for Best Editing. He has just finished work on Lenny Abrahamson’s most recent feature ‘Frank’, due for release in 2014. He also recently co-directed and edited the documentary ‘ROG’ which aired to over 600,000 viewers last January.

Nathan will appear on Friday 11th April at the 69 O’Connell Street Venue. The time will be announced in March during the programme launch.

Simon.

Local Heroes is an RTÉ-supported initiative focused on dealing with unemployment through local, citizen-lead initiatives.

The RTÉ TV series ‘Local Heroes – A Town Fights Back’ has shown Drogheda’s citizens coming together to jump-start their local economy and create jobs.

Their imaginative solutions to tackle unemployment, guided by experts, inspired us to create our own Limerick Local Heroes group.

There has been confirmation that Animo TV Production will have a team filming our town hall meeting in  the Strand Hotel on Monday 30 Jan 2012 from 6pm

The same crew was involved in the filming and production of the  RTE series ‘Local Heroes – A Town Fights Back‘ in Drogheda last year.

Our own local Red Paw Media, well known for productions like “Concy Ryan” and the Rubberbandits’ Horse  Outside, who had already kindly agreed to support the Limerick Local Heroes initiative , will also be filming the event.

Every community needs its Local Heroes!

Following the success of the first series last year Pat Shortt is back with Mattie. Filmed in the midwest with both local and national crew the two episodes are due to hit our screens around Christmas time this year.

See Pat Shortts Website for more details HERE.

Source from www.patshortt.com  

 

 

 

As posted on the Limerick Co-ordination Website.

The popular RTÉ TV health show ‘Health of the Nation’ presented by Dr Mark Hamiltonand Dr Nina Byrnes is back in Limerick and are looking for people to film!

Would you like a FREE doctor’s consultation?

‘Health of the Nation’ are searching for people who are concerned about their health and would like to attend the clinics in Limerick in January 2011. They are interested in all health concerns and medical complaints.

These might include: heart conditions, obesity, diabetes, eating disorders, child concentration levels, fertility, stress, low energy levels, depression, tiredness, skin complaints, cosmetic damage, allergies, alcohol, autism, alopecia, arthritis, asthma, osteoporosis, hypertension/stroke, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease – chronic bronchitis or emphysema, obsessive compulsive disorders, etc.

‘Health of the Nation’ want to hear about all medical complaints.

Please contact Nicola R as soon as possible on:  0044 (0)4890 427 646  ornicolar@waddellmedia.com

 

RTÉ redevelopment ‘necessary’ for digital age

Posted: September 20, 2010 in media
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An oral hearing into plans for a major redevelopment of RTE’s Donnybrook campus has heard that the realisation of ‘Project 2025’ is necessary if the national broadcaster is to meet the demands of the digital and high-definition age.

Under the proposal, all of RTÉ’s services would be housed in one purpose-built complex, which would include five new TV studios and a public plaza.

(taken from RTE website)
http://www.rte.ie/news/2010/0920/rte.html

RTE Look for Xmas Shorts

Posted: September 8, 2010 in media
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From IFTN Website: “RTÉ Young Peoples Programmes wish to commission both a series of Christmas ‘Shorts’ which will be broadcast throughout the Young peoples’ schedule on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and Stephens Day and a series of reports highlighting the build-up to the Young Scientist Competition 2011, for broadcast weekly as part of Two Tube from early November 2010, and on our YPP Young Scientist website online.”

http://www.iftn.ie/news/?act1=record&only=1&aid=73&rid=4283340&tpl=archnews&force=1