My short film Two Little Boys makes its festival debut as part of the Belfast Film Festival on Sunday 21st April from 10am in the QFT. I can’t wait to see it up on the big screen. Tickets cost £6 and this gives you entrance to a full morning’s viewing of 13 short films.
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My short film Two Little Boys is being screened at an industry launch at the Crescent Arts Centre, Belfast on Thursday 18th October at 6pm. I’m excited about seeing it on the big screen for the first time.
Actor Shaun Blaney, pictured here, has done a wonderful job of capturing the suppressed pain and trauma of the lead character Sean.
Thanks to director Ryan Tohill and all the cast and crew for all the hard work they’ve put into the film.
I’m delighted that my short film Two Little Boys is going to be made as part of Northern Ireland Screen’s Short Steps Scheme. Two Little Boys is the story of a young soldier who seeks comfort in his old family home but the horrors of war haunt him wherever he goes.
The director Ryan Tohill is designing shots as we speak. After months working on the script, it’s strange having to let go and hand it over to someone else to shoot, but I know it’s safe in Ryan’s hands as he’s grasped what I wanted to stay right from the start.
Thanks to Ryan and the Short Step’s team Christine Morrow, Natasha Geary and Jim Meredith for helping to develop the script.