Please take 2 minutes to watch this lovely short film by my friend Traolach Ó’Murchú
This year marks the 20th anniversary of Temple Bar’s regeneration as Dublin’s Cultural Quarter and the 25th anniversary for Filmbase as the largest resource centre for emerging filmmakers in Ireland.
To mark the occasion Filmbase and Temple Bar Cultural Trust commissioned four short films, with a budget of €1000 plus full use of the equipment and facilities at filmbase
Of the four films the one that gets the most hits receives a prize that has yet to be determined. So please share this lovely film so my buddy can get his hands on this mystery prize. I’m guessing its a box of tayto and a junior atlas..
Here’s what Traolach had to say about his entry
“The idea was to capture the spirit of Temple Bar. This film represents our attempt and it was made with a lot of support from people who had nothing to gain. Filmbase were great, offering every available resource at a minute’s notice. The film was shot entirely in Temple Bar and shows snapshots of life in the area.”
The ‘Made in Temple Bar’ festival runs from the 15th to the 24th of June 2011 and will witness a massive celebration of everything cultural that Temple Bar has to offer. Check it out if you can, you’re in for a treat. Seriously.
Shot on 5D & 60D.
Score by Secret Sound Society
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