CONTACT free to watch on RTE PLAYER in September

I’m delighted to say our first Driftwood Doll Films’ short CONTACT, made 3 years ago in O’Devaney Gardens by the Phoenix Park for €2,500, made its national TV debut on RTE SHORTSCREEN last Monday night. It was also given the little boost of having the TV premiere of George Miller’s mind-blowing Mad Max Fury Road … More CONTACT free to watch on RTE PLAYER in September

“SAME TIME SAME PLACE”- Official Trailer (2016)

Presenting the official trailer for Sinead Ralston’s “Same Time Same Place”.  A silent romantic comedy starring Neil Hogan and Rose Landys as a couple of pensioners who meet at the same time same place every day, and whose romantic game plays out to a great original soundtrack by Gavin Ralston. Enormous thanks to everyone who worked … More “SAME TIME SAME PLACE”- Official Trailer (2016)

DEAD INSIDE teaser clip

Presenting the first teaser clip from our short film DEAD INSIDE (in post-production, pre-soundmix). In solidarity with all those supporting and protecting Apollo House in Dublin city centre right now, and the incredible Home Sweet Home movement. Dead Inside is a short film about a homeless, drug-addicted man’s solitary odyssey around Dublin, until someone from … More DEAD INSIDE teaser clip

Driftwood Doll Films – E-Zine Newsletter Issue One – March/April 2016

Great to have our first Driftwood Doll Films E-Zine Newsletter ready.  Featuring an introduction to the company, in-depth articles on our films to date including Contact, Afterthought, Dead Inside, and The Betrayal, plus latest news, blogs, and more on some of the low-cost videography, photography, and writing services we provide.  

THE BETRAYAL: Irish LGBT Thriller on Sexual Identity

Kamila Dydyna, Mark McAuley, Miriam Devitt – Cast of The Betrayal Our Crowdfunding Video : The Betrayal – An Introduction  Please support us if you can. THE BETRAYAL, a new female-driven short film from writer / director Kamila Dydyna, looks set to go places that not many Irish films have gone before.  The LGBT drama / … More THE BETRAYAL: Irish LGBT Thriller on Sexual Identity

“but the distance between”

“but the distance between” – a live art performance by Aodán McCardle A live performance film we made recently at an Olivier Cornet Gallery event. “but the distance between” – a live art performance by Aodán McCardle, in response to “5 Cavendish Row”, a group show curated by Olivier Cornet and Arran Henderson.  Saturday 29th August 2015, Olivier Cornet Gallery, 3 Great Denmark … More “but the distance between”