*more recent work to follow
2017, MAR / FILM SCREENING
‘The War Game’ (1965) + short film surrounding the controversy.
2017, FEB / FILM SCREENING + Q&A
‘Evaporating Borders’ (2015) with a talk by Justin from NICRAS, the only refugee-led organisation working for refugees and asylum seekers entering in Northern Ireland.
2017, JAN / EVENT
Delivery of a Literary Salon at The Book Reseve, event with an illustrated talk about the historical importance of the literary salon.
2017, JAN / FILM SCREENING + Q&A
‘The Queen of Ireland’ (2015) + discussion.
2016, DEC / FILM SCREENING + Q&A
‘Citizenfour’ (2014) + commissioned writer Una Murphy to write on Northern Irish context of Surveillance. She joined for a Q&A afterwards.
2016, OCT / FILM SERIES
A screening strand of the films that inspired the television series ‘Stranger Things’. Included ET, Stand By Me, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, The Goonies, Super 8, Halloween.
2016, OCT / FESTIVAL EVENT
Delivery of a Mini Market for Social Saturday, a nationwide celebration of businesses that put people and planet first. Market stalls from 13 social enterprise businesses.
2016, AUG / LIVE PERFORMANCE EVENT
‘From the Sea to the Land Beyond’ with live film score performed by Rodger Montgomery of Belfast Music Club. Supported by British Film Institute.
2016, JUL / WORKSHOP
Creative writing workshop with critically acclaimed author Tony Maculay.
2016, MAY / FILM SCREENING + Q&A
‘Black Gold’ (2006) with discussion partners Stop the Traffik, an organisation tackling human traffiking.
2016 / POP UP CINEMA
Founded New Notions a pop-up documentary film screening project. We host powerful real-life stories through film, workshops and conversation. With support from BFI Film Audience Network, Film Hub NI. www.newnotionscinema.com
Beautiful Nightmare’ (2014) A three minute documentary telling the story of Olivia O’Brien, an eighteen year old girl who has a burning passion to be a successful singer and dancer. A sufferer of M.E. (severe muscle pain) she is struggling to find the energy to keep it up - PRODUCER.
‘Mr. Duncan’ (2015)
Death seems to be old Mr. Duncan’s only escape from a lonely and torrid existence, until he rediscovers friendship and the simple pleasures in life with the help of his young neighbour. Format: ARRI Alexa, ProRes -CINEMATOGRAPHER
‘Lily & The Revolution’ (2014) Lily doesn't like the way the world works. A short film about her and her plans to change it. Format: S16mm, colour 200T-CINEMATOGRAPHER
Elusive Smile (2014)
A black-comedy film about two sons exploring their attic after the death of their father. Format: 16mm Kodak 500T b&w -CINEMATOGRAPHER
FILM PRODUCTION AWARDS
Special Mention: ‘Mr. Duncan’ short drama. Royal Television Society Student Awards.
Editing Craft Skills: ‘Mr. Duncan’ short drama. Royal Television Society Student Awards.
Highly Commended Drama: ‘Lily & the Revolution’ short drama. Royal Television Society Student Awards.
Lily & the Revolution, Selected for Screentest at the National Student Film Festival.