Ireland Tag Archive

Ignas Laugalis Blurs the Boundaries Between Fantasy & Reality in Fever Dream Music Video ‘Dusktime’

Music

1st September, 2020

Ignas Laugalis takes DN inside the low budget 25 hour shoot day behind Beyond the Wash's neon-drenched fever dream of a music video 'Dusktime'.

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How Lenny Abrahamson Transformed Sally Rooney’s Best Selling Novel Into the Record-Breaking TV Event of the Year

Live Action

27th July, 2020

Lenny Abrahamson digs deep into TV series 'Normal People', from working with an Intimacy Coordinator for the first time to making subtle stories resonate.

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Learn How Lorcan Finnegan Trapped Us in the Horror of Suburbia for Disturbing Sci-Fi Thriller ‘VIVARIUM’

Live Action

26th March, 2020

Director Lorcan Finnegan returns to DN for an extensive discussion about creating the disturbing (un)reality of his feature sci-fi thriller 'VIVARIUM'.

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Barry Chapman Looks to Toy with Audience Expectations in Animated Experiment Compilation ‘The Big Flip’

Animation

5th March, 2020

London-based motion designer Barry Chapman joins us to discuss exploring reverse dynamics in 'The Big Flip' - a compilation of animated experiments.

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Luuk Walschot Looks Beyond Superficial Divisions in the Hope of Greater Unity in ‘Union Jake’

Live Action

21st January, 2020

Luuk Walschot asks why we can't put our efforts into finding what unites rather than divides us in his challenging identity short 'Union Jake'.

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Carol Freeman Creates an Astounding Journey of Self-Discovery in Paint-On-Glass Animation ‘The Bird & the Whale’

Animation, Premiere

28th November, 2019

Carol Freeman reveals how a team of animators worked error-free for 14 months across nearly 4500 paintings for paint-on-glass short 'The Bird & the Whale'

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Corporate Monster

Asides, Live Action

18th September, 2019

After his eyes are opened to an all pervasive threat an unstable man spirals out of control in Ruairi Robinson’s sci-fi horror short 'Corporate Monster'.

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The Second Coming

Animation, Asides

20th February, 2019

Eoin Duffy flexes his geometric animation skills in this interpretation of Irish poet William Butler Yeats’s 'The Second Coming', created for TED Ed.

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John Robert Brown Delves into the Madness of the Male Psyche in Dark Irish Western ‘My Father, My Blood’

Live Action

14th December, 2018

DN sat down with John Robert Brown to discover how the awe-inspiring Irish landscape galvanised his dark western meets fairy tale, 'My Father, My Blood'.

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An Island

Animation, Asides

28th November, 2018

Rory Byrne’s vibrant animated short 'An Island' follows a man haunted by grief through his solo efforts to conquer an isolated island.

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Finn Keenan Pokes Fun at Music Video Editing Techniques in Gravity Defying Glitchy Promo ‘Back & Forth’

Music

12th November, 2018

Finn Keenan shares how a clever pitch concept quickly escalated into a gravity defying production challenge in need of a solution in 'Back & Forth'.

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Joe Loftus Gives Us the Seasonal Creeps in Deliciously Dark Animated Folklore Tale ‘Wooden Child’

Animation

31st October, 2018

Dublin based animator Joe Loftus takes us on a decidedly creepy journey into guilt and consequence, perfect for the Halloween season in 'Wooden child'.

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