‘GraffÉire’ is a culturally significant documentary which features exclusive interviews with top Irish graffiti writers; insights by respected commentators; and a soundtrack by leading Irish rappers.
Meticulously researched, ‘Grafféire’ contains candid never-seen-before footage shot on locations across the country and around the clock. Intelligent, graphic and illuminating, this is a must see film for anybody who wants to understand the obsession that is graffiti in Ireland. The film includes tracks by Lethal Dialect, Redzer and Mowgli.
'GraffÉire' premiered in NCAD Gallery, Dublin, 14 June 2014. It was also screened in the Dunamaise Arts Centre, Laois, 22 August 2014; Stradbally Art House, Laois, 5 September 2014; and Abbeyleix VEC, Laois,15 September 2015.
'GraffÉire' was selected for the ‘Underground Film Festival’, Dun Laoghaire, County Dublin, 11–14 September 2014.
The ‘Contemporary Self-Portrait’ project is a European partner project between Turku University of Applied Sciences Finland, The Estonian Academy of Arts Estonia, Bildmuseet Umeå Universitet Sweden, Association ISSP Latvia and the National College of Art and Design Dublin. Funded under the EU Culture Programme 2007–2013, the ‘Contemporary Self-Portrait’ (CSP) project focuses on giving individuals, local communities and different European regions ways of expressing their personal, local and European identity through self-portraits.
9th of August 1712, captain shot and murdered most villainous and by his very own officers. The drunken troubled quarter master, the maniacal, twisted first mate and the lady. They are marooned with one pistol, with one shot on Gristle’s Peak.
Screening summer 2017.
'The Natives Are Getting Restless' is a feature film that documents the effect of gentrificationon the music scene in New York since the turn of the century.
Filming August 2016
Coda is a story about an elite level dancer who survives a car accident where she loses her mother. She suffers from head injuries and survivor's guilt, which she struggles with to regain her career and life.
Tina is new to town and in search of friends. Her roommate tells her about the latest dating app Timber and she is instantly hooked!
James Fintan Lalor dedicated his life to lobbying on behalf of those who were too downtrodden to speak for themselves and had a profound effect on Irish political developments. With austerity, the homelessness crisis and mass emigration still prevalent today, Brendon Deacy's current touring exhibition of biting social commentary of Lalor-inspired paintings puts the spotlight on over 160 years of Government in Ireland and asks the stinging question: has anything changed? 'Síoraí' ('Eternal') is a thirty minute tour-de-force chronicling the making of this exhibition.
It premiered at the Dunamaise Arts Centre, County Laois, on 17 of October 2014 and will be shown at the Museum of Australian Democracy at Eureka in July 2016.
Shot on the streets of Christchurch, New Zealand, 'Skirting' follows the daily routine of a member of the oldest profession.
Introducing Letitia Lewis
Set in 1980's Brooklyn, A girl finds magic in her grandmas Wishing Well after her mother's death.
Screenings summer 2017.
A teenage, NYPD volunteer goes undercover to purchase alcohol and other items not permitted to be sold to minors. His methods are put into question when the biggest bust of his career is done illegally, jeopardizing everything he’s worked for and threatens a gentrifying, Brooklyn community.
Coming soon (Post-Production)