Rebecca Daly’s ‘Good Favour’ to premiere at TIFF September 4, 2017

good favour

Rebecca Daly’s latest film Good Favour will premiere at this years Toronto International Film Festival (taking place from the 7th – 17th September).

Good Favour follows a young man named Tom, who, on a glaring hot day, walks out of an immense forest into the lives of a strictly devout Christian community carving out a remote existence in central Europe. He seems to have come from nowhere. The only physical sign of his life before is the wound on his torso that refuses to heal.

Directed by Rebecca Daly, who co wrote with Glen Montgomery, Good Favour was Produced by John Keville and Conor Barry of Savage Productions alongside Benoit Roland of Wrong Men.

Full sound post on the film took place here at Screen Scene and Ardmore Sound.

Supervising Sound Editor/Sound Designer: Steve Fanagan

Dialogue and ADR Supervisor: Michelle McCormack

Foley Editor: Brendan Rehill

Foley Artist: Caoimhe Doyle

Foley Mixer: Jean McGrath

Sound Re-recording Mixer: Steve Fanagan

Mixed on Main Stage, Ardmore Sound

Further details on the films screening can be found on the official TIFF website HERE.