Take a look at the latest comedy short from Dublin-based collective, Dreamgun – Back In Town.
Irish comedy collcetive Dreamgun are Back In Town for their latest short, only this time they’ve roped in an army of support from other actors and filmmakers plying their trades in Dublin and further afield.
In what could be a Love/Hate parody, Back In Town takes one ‘gangster’ fresh out of prison who’s looking to get back in the game, only there’s some added competition on the streets these days. Continue reading “SHORT: Dreamgun Are Back In Town”
Getting some good kicks out of this year’s PES iteration, here’s a quick goals compilation with a variety of standard finishes.
While I figure I can do a much better job bringing the footage on to the MacBook, this is a first attempt at a compilation clip using Share Factory on the PlayStation 4.
Continue reading “VIDEO: PES 2016 Goals Compilation #1”
Mycrofilms short Daffney Molloy, shot in Kilkenny, is part of the 2015 programme for the IndieCork Film Festival, running 4-11 October.
Long-time creative collaborators of mine, Mycrofilms have their latest short, Daffney Molloy, heading to IndieCork this weekend as part of the 2015 film festival’s programme of events.
By it’s full title, Daffney Molloy And Other Catastrophes, the show tells the tale of four men getting caught up in stories about a near-mythical girl from their past – apart form one of them. Continue reading “Daffney Molloy heads to IndieCork”
Missing for so long, my love of writing, blogging and ultimately content creation is driving me to kickstart kenmc.com after a lengthy absence.
It’s been quite a while since I’ve added a blog post to kenmc.com.
What was once my sole outlet from a writing point of view has gathered layers of dust in the past few years as other avenues expanded. Design, radio, food, music, theatre and more all came in to play. Continue reading “On rediscovering a love of blogging, writing”
The local elections take place on 23 May 2014 and in an effort to make sense of what’s happening in Kilkenny, I’ve put together kilkennyelections.com to list the candidates running in the new electoral areas in Kilkenny as well as providing some background information on the areas and the elections themselves.
Contributions of information from those running in the local elections will be welcomed.
So, the latest MacHeist bundle is out, and included with it comes MacJournal. This, is merely a test post to that case, connecting MacJournal on the desktop, back to a WordPress install.
MacBook Pro, Tracktor Kontrol S4, manual Strand LX desk – tools of the trade for last week’s performance run of Devious Theatre’s Some Flood at Cleere’s, Kilkenny. Hilarity ensued.
Some Flood, live at Cleere’s Theatre, Kilkenny, now and right into the weekend. Tickets are available here and from the bar at Cleere’s.
The 50mm lense is the accompaniment, for now, for gigs locally. Here’s two shots from JP Ryan‘s launch night for Take a Walk With Me at Set Theatre last night, joined later in the show by Clive Barnes.
Time to get shopping for a new gig lense. Find more over at KilkennyMusic.com.
Work continues on KilkennyMusic.com. Having resurrected the site at the end of January after about 18 months of relative inactivity, this weekend replaced the straight up blog style design used to get things back on track with a more interactive magazine style for the homepage. The Mashable-inspired MashMenu is a handy plugin to use for navigation as well.
With the content side of things returning, it was back to catching gigs on camera at the weekend with KRB, Riain, Evan Prendergast and Feibhar Baldwin-Wall all on stage at Billy Byrne’s. Photos first, then video.
Similarly, from March, the plan is to return to podcasting.
Funnily enough, it was around March time each year over the past 4-5 years that the interest in podcasting for me swells up. First with the Playlist Mix, then with trying Indie Switch for a month or two, followed up by last years testing of the waters with the Stereo Mixtape, the format for which will likely be borrowed for the latest round of KilkennyMusic.com podcasts.
The on-air experience gained having presented for KCLR for the past two years should hopefully lend itself both to the lead podcast and similarly with the return of the One Take Sessions as an on-air offering.
Let’s see how it goes…