The Galway Film Fleadh is in full swing, and we have an bestial amount of Screen Scene posted projects featuring in the line up!
This year’s festival, running from July 10th to 15th, features an abundance of new Irish movies, including 13 world premieres, seven European premieres, and seven Irish premieres. Here be a run down of the features and shorts which completed post production here at Screen Scene’s:
Pant browning nightmare maker Citadel screens this evening, appropriately enough seeing as it’s Friday the 13th. The spine tingling tale of an agoraphobic father forced to face a gang of twisted, hooded feral children responsible for his wife’s murder was written and Directed by Ciaran Foy, with full sound post production for CITADEL was carried out here at Screen Scene and at Ardmore Sound. The Sound Designer on the project was none other than Steve Fanagan, who also served as re-recording mixer alongside Garret Farrell. Dialogue was edited by Niall Brady, while the Foley was provided by Eoghan McDonnell and recorded by Jean McGrath, with Michelle McCormack editing. Hugh Fox was the location sound mixer.
Macdara Vallely’s Babygirl lit up the screen last night. The film tells the story of Lena, a Bronx teenager fed up with watching her Mother squander her life on a series of deadbeat men. When her mom’s latest boy toy Victor starts hitting on her, Lena sets up a trap to expose him… but the plan backfires. A heartfelt drama traversing through the emotional highs and lows in the moments between childhood and adulthood, ‘Babygirl’ completed post production here in Screen Scene and at Ardmore Sound, Dublin. Edited by Nathan Nugent with Warren Dowling Finishing and the beautiful Angela Cerasi grading, Michelle Fingleton Supervised the Sound Edit, while Ken Galvin handled the sound mix. Eoghan McDonnell provided the Foley, which was edited by Michelle McCormack and then mixed by Jean McGrath
‘Once’ Director John Carney’s newest film, The Rafters also made its debut at the Town Hall yesterday evening. The supernatural drama sees ghosts stalk an old guesthouse in the Aran islands, as two American backpackers vie for the affections of a young woman who is, literally, haunted by her past. Edited by Nathan Nugent, with Gary Curran grading and Warren Dowling finishing. Ken Galvin completed the sound mix with Niall Brady as the Sound Supervisor.
Directed by husband and wife team Lisa Barros D’Sa and Glenn Leyburn (Cherrybomb), ‘Good Vibrations’ (screening to a sell out crowd tomorrow night) is the incredible true story of Belfast music legend and rebel Terri Hooley (Richard Dormer), who opens up a record shop on the most bombed half-mile in Europe. As a gesture of defiance against the Troubles, Terri uses the music of the city that he loves to resurrect Belfast. Edited by Nick Emerson, ‘Good Vibrations’ completed post production here at Screen Scene, with Warren Dowling Finishing, Michelle Cuniffe serving as the Dialogue Editor and Ken Galvin provided the Sound Mix. Nikki Moss was the Supervising Sound Editor on the film.
Other screen scene posted features featuring at this years Fleadh include:
Sanctuary is the story of a father and daughter redefining their relations after the death of the mother. Directed by Norah McGettigan. DI finishing was supplied by Warren Dowling, with Ken Galvin as the Sound Mixer.
Grounded in the traditions of the Irish Traveller community, Mark O’Connor’s ‘King of the Travellers’ follows John Paul Moorehouse on his destructive quest to uncover the truth about his father’s killer. Full picture and sound post for the film was completed here at Screen Scene.
Earthbound, which sees Rafe Spall play Joe Norman, a normal guy who is told by his father Bill (David Morrissey) that he is an alien and must continue his dying species to save his home planet. Directed by Alan Brennan , Sound post production on the film was completed here at Screen Scene and at Ardmore sound.
Silence, an absorbing meditation on themes relating to sound and silence, history, memory and exile. the sound Mix was provided by Ken Galvin at Ardmore Sound.
Screen Scene posted short films screening at this years Fleadh include:
The Hatch (Directed by Enda Loughman, Mike Ahern and Produced Gary Moore), Un Peu Plus (Directed by Conor Ferguson and Produced Ailish Bracken), Fear of Flying (Directed by Conor Finnegan and Produced by Brunella Cocchiglia), Foxes (Directed by Lorcan Finnegan, Produced by Brunella Cocchglia), Barry’s Bespoke Bakery (Directed by Denis McArdle and Produced Ben Keenan),Nowhere in particular (Directed by Mason Cardiff, Produced Edwina Forkin,) Cluck (Directed by Michael Lavelle and Produced Rory Dungan) and Docmentary Off The Board (Directed by Siobhán Perry and Produced by Róisin Linnie, the short was Edited by Screen Scene runner supreme Louise Finn).
For full details on this years Galway Film Fleadh you can check out the official site by clicking here.
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