🌷Happy Women’s day! I’m one super happy female, because I picture locked my latest written/directed/produced film “Hear a No” yesterday. I’ve been celebrating since, hence the late text… ⠀
🎶 Just kidding, I’ve been busy looking for music reference tracks for our composer all day. Now that everything is sent off phew… Until tomorrow… ⠀
🤗 Hope your day was lovely. Happy Friday! Keep being awesome! And keep creating! Making films if this is something you are into.. Or anything else you fancy.. ⠀
🎥 Please support female filmmakers and help us tell our stories. I hope one day there will be equal amount of recognition given to both genders. ⠀
🎬 BTW, “Hear a No” crew was actually almost exclusively female (shout out to sound Anthony for running with the female clan on this one)- female director of photography, female assistant camera, female assistant director, female production and location manager, female hair and make up artist.. ⠀
📸 Here is a picture of our sides and backs on set by Edin Mulavdic
“Night Out in Killashandra is a whip-smart take on the modern world of dating…” [Jim Rogers of Frame Light]
Check out Frame Light review of Night Out in Killashandra HERE
Throughout this week (21st of January until midnight on Sunday, the 27th of January) it is possible to view and vote for Hanna Wins and Night Out in Killashandra as part of the Lift-Off festival online screening.
Along with Hanna Wins and Night Out in Killashandra, there are hundreds of other short films to see.
Night Out in Killashandra is part of Lift-Off Sessions January 2019 – Page 2, number 103 on the list. Click HERE to view.
Hanna Wins is part of Lift-Off Sessions January 2019 – Page 3, number 103 on the list. Click HERE to view. It costs 10.95 € to view one page of festival’s sessions list, which includes 106 films to view.
If you do decide to support indie filmmakers and myself, and view the films, please also give us a vote. To vote for your favourite AND second favourite film, simply state film titles in the comments section of the sessions list. For example:
1) Example Favourite
2) Example Second Favourite
The Lift-Off Sessions exist to bring new eyes to the independent film market. In that way you can show your love to true indie cinema and get entertained by watching all of the beautiful work by passionate indie filmmakers around the world.
I’m pleased to announce that Night Out in Killashandra has been selected for 9th Underground Cinema Film Festival 2018.
It will be screened in The Martello Suite at The Royal Marine Hotel Dun Laoghaire with Short Film Program 4 on Saturday, September 1st at 5:30pm.
Here is a link to the festival official page where you can buy a pass if you’d like to see it on the big screen along with great selection of other shorts:
Exciting stuff altogether!
A little sneak peek into mine..
Saw the first draft of the movie that we filmed recently (it’s looking awesome yaaaay!) just few minor tweaks and it will be ready for submission to festivals- check ✔️
Voted to repeal the 8th – check ✔️
Got my hair cut and looking all pretty – check ✔️
Visited my ex-workplace (Microsoft) and their new shiny building in Leopardstown and got to hug and chat with my favourite peeps with whom I spent loads and loads of hours working and who are still my dear friends + made a party (I DJ’d with my Spotify play list) in the dressing area and got to meet new amazing ladies + chilled out on the rooftop terrace with cakes and latte’s (afternoon tea traditions like back in the days were revived- indeed, indeed) – check ✔️
Ladies Evening at Leopardstown Races – check ✔️
Now on to script editing… It’s past midnight, I know. It’s OK, I’ve got coffee.. Cccccchheeeecck (loading)
Hope you all had a fantastic and productive Friday! Happy weekend!