Community Film Work

FROM WEST TO WEST (O IARTHAR GO hIARTHAR) (Excerpt)

This film was made with a group of Irish young people from a small town in the West of Ireland who fundraised for the Alan Kerins Projects in Zambia. They traveled to the small town of Kaoma, in the Western Province of Zambia and stayed in the local orphanage where they helped take care of the hundreds of children orphaned as a result of HIV/AIDS.Form West to West featured on Irish TV in 2011 and at the UNESCO Forum for Youth, Paris, 2012.

DRA: Making History
(17mins, Galway Film Centre ID Film 2012)

Making History was a community film project funded by the Galway Film Centre and the Arts Council. The ID Projects aim to document a broad range of issues and subjects in society today by empowering groups to tell their own stories.

Snapshots of Us
(3.15, SpunOut/First Fortnight Mental Health Festival. Photography & Video Workshop 2014)

Something in the Way
(6.28, Galway Film Centre Flying Film Squad, Belmullet 2011)

Leabharlann na gCairde: Out of the Darkness
(14.05, Galway Film Centre ID Project 2011)

A library built by the local people of Corrundulla, Co. Galway, in memory of their deceased friend.

Made as part of the Galway Film Centre’s ID Films Community Documentary Programme.
Project Mentor: Niamh Heery
Editor: Eileen Lauster

Romeo & Juliet: Star Crossed in Kilrush
(7.15, Galway Film Centre Flying Film Squad, Kilrush 2011)