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Partnering with electronic duo Röyksopp, Genero invited filmmakers across the world to create the official music video for 'Running To The Sea'. After receiving over 200 incredible submissions, we narrowed it down, and will be premiering the best in the lead up to Röyksopp announcing the official selection. Subscribe on Youtube to be the first to watch: 🤍 Full brief: 🤍 More from Röyksopp: 🤍 A film based on the image of the drowned Ophelia. In a white dress and long veil on a vast empty beach Ophelia battles her duty to ceremony and society in a sequence of surreal images told through dance. Directed by Mia Mullarkey 🤍 Assistant Director: Jasmina Jasinska Wanna keep in touch? Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Find out more: 🤍 Genero brings the power of a global ﬁlmmaking community to the music, brand and creative industries. Filmmakers, grow your careers with Genero: 🤍 Artists/Labels, get music videos: 🤍
This unique film by award-winning Irish filmmaker Mia Mullarkey looks behind the stills at Crown, a major new photographic exhibition about traveller women’s relationship with their hair. This film was produced for RTÉ Player and 🤍rte.ie/culture in association with Creative Ireland and RTÉ Supporting the Arts #creativeireland #RTESupportingTheArts
The second episode of Film Network Ireland's new podcast series that goes behind the scenes of Irish film & tv, hosted by filmmakers, Paul Butler Lennox and Paul Webster. Mia Mullarkey, of Ishka Films, is a documentary & drama director and she's had a hell of a year, picking up a plethora of awards and receiving funding from the Irish Film Board. She talks about her career to date and how her background in psychology informs her filmmaking choices. In 2016, she received funding from the Irish Film Board to make a short a documentary about the Mother & Baby Home in Tuam. The film will have its premiere at the Cork Film Festival in November. Throwline tells the story of Taxi Watch, a suicide prevention organisation set up by taxi drivers in Kilkenny. It won best short documentary at the Galway Film Fleadh. See trailer here: 🤍 She co-directed a documentary that follows three characters suffering from Parkinsons disease and the team of Galway scientists that are trying to find a cure. It will be broadcast as part of RTE Science Week See the trailer Feats Of Modest Valour here: 🤍 See the trailer for Mia's drama, Oh Brother, here: 🤍 For more information on Mia, visit her company website: 🤍ishkafilms.com If you'd like to support the show visit BuyMeACoffee.com/fni and purchase us a coffee or become a member. If you sign up to FNI membership, you'll be in with a chance for mentorship with some brilliant film and tv professionals for Mentors Phase 2. (It's going to be our best yet.) Check out who we had on phase 1 on WeAreFni.com/mentors Becoming a member has lots of cool perks. Including cool free tickets and events for members only!!! For just 5e per month or 50e per year! Sign up today!!! Or you can subscribe on Headstuff+ FNI Wrapchat is sponsored by Film Equipment Store, Wildcard Distribution, Produced by PBL, Paul Webster and Larry McGowan at the Podcast Studios Dublin.
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Ishka Films presents Throwline - a short documentary by Mia Mullarkey A group of taxi drivers in Kilkenny, Ireland, join together to form a suicide prevention group called Taxi Watch. Uniquely positioned to patrol the night, the drivers keep vigil over the city's streets and bridges and offer help to those who feel forlorn. In this short documentary we accompany the drivers at night and witness their world of rescues and revelations. throwlinemovie.com
Screening as part of Irish Talent: New Shorts Two (Documentaries): Thursday 12th July / Town Hall Theatre / 12:00 Ireland / 2018 Revealing the children’s perspectives and including powerful archive, this documentary offers a painful yet cathartic insight into the cruel business of Mother & Baby Homes. Director Mia Mullarkey Producer Alice McDowell
On a hot summer’s day, a woman with Down Syndrome offers shelter to a young girl when her home is not so welcoming. Directed by Mia Mullarkey Written by Sarah Ahern Starring Siobhan Loscher, Nova Farrelly, Terry O'Neill, Jacinta Sheerin & Ali Fox Produced by Samson Films A Screen Ireland Focus Short North American Premiere at Slamdance Film Festival Thanks to Culture Ireland for their support in our attendance there.
Searching for fresh and fearless filmmakers. Filmmaker Mia Mullarkey, director Paul Webster and actor Steve Gunn explains why you should enter our amazing competition where the winner will see their 10-minute short film funded, produced and broadcast across Virgin Media Television and screened at the Virgin Media Dublin International Film Festival!
Mood Atlas / Atlas Do Humor Mia Mullarkey 18:30 Irlanda Inglês Documentário Shane perdeu os seus últimos anos a tomar medicamentos estabilizadores de humor, antidepressivos, antipsicóticos, ansiolíticos, soporíferos, entre muitos outros. Pelo caminho, perdeu o seu trabalho, a sua namorada e os seus amigos. Atlas Do Humor é um curto documentário que conta a história de Shane, um homem com transtorno bipolar e a sua procura por alguma esperança através da neurociência. Uma equipa de investigadores mapeia o cérebro de Shane cujos testes psicológicos servem de veículo para entrarmos na sua psique.
안녕하세요! 무비블록 영화제 담당자입니다. 제21회 광화문국제단편영화제(GISFF)는 글로벌 독립영화 플랫폼 무비블록을 통해 출품부터 상영까지 100% 온라인으로 진행됐습니다. 국제경쟁부문의 훌륭한 작품 21편 중 미아 멀랄키(Mia MULLARKEY)감독의 ‘세이프 애즈 하우시스 Safe as Houses’가 은상으로 선정 됐으며, 은상을 수상을 하신 미아 멀랄키 감독님께서 수상 소감을 보내주셨습니다. 바로 지금, 여러분께 수상 소감을 공개합니다. 감독님의 소감 한줄: 아일랜드로부터 온 이 짧은 드라마를 즐겨주셨으면 좋겠어요. 🥈은상 수상 영화 ‘세이프 애즈 하우시스 Safe as Houses’ 보러가기: 🤍 ‘세이프 애즈 하우시스 Safe as Houses’ 심사위원 평 다운증후군 여성과 가정 폭력 피해자인 소녀의 만남. 다르지만 비슷한 두 사람의 우정과 연대를 연민이 아니고, 감동도 아닌 일상의 시선으로 그려낸다. 미아 멀라키 감독은 아직 적응하지 못한 두 사람이 세계에 존재하는 모양을 다감하게 포착했다. 'Safe as Houses'가 그리는, 작지만 빛나는 두 사람의 시간이 아름답고 슬프게 다가온다. 제21회 광화문국제단편영화제 본선 진출작 🤍 🔺무비블록에서 감상하세요🔺 무비블록 콘텐츠 소식을 빠르게 받고 싶으시다면! 구독👆 좋아요👍 알림설정🔔 잊지 마세요~~! #무비블록 #영화제 #단편영화제 #독립영화제 #영화리뷰 #수상소감 #영화추천 #인디영화 #애니메이션 #독립영화 #독립영화추천 #영화제수상작 #광화문국제단편영화제 #GISFF #은상 #단편영화추천 #감독 #영화인
"I'm not sure what brought the first person. I would love to know, but... Sometimes we curse them and sometimes we're praying for them." Inishturk is a small, remote island off the west coast of Ireland. In this short documentary we meet the diminishing population who reveal their fears and hopes for the island's future. Writer - Mia Mullarkey Director/ Camera/ Editor - Mia Mullarkey and Jasmina Jasinska Producer - Holly Mullarkey Music - Anna Mullarkey Production Company- Ishka Films Kind thanks to the Inisturk community for their participation. - - - Genero partners with Record Labels, Music Artists, Brands and Agencies so you can make official videos, get paid and grow your career. Check out our current projects: 🤍 - - - Watch this video on Genero: 🤍 - - - Watch all Genero videos for "Storytellers" at 🤍
‘If you got pregnant, that was a crime’: uncovering the Catholic zealotry and cruelty of Ireland’s ‘mother and baby homes’ Director: Mia Mullarkey (🤍 Producer: Alice McDowell Watch more free videos on Aeon: 🤍 Subscribe to the Aeon Video newsletter: 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 Follow us on Facebook: 🤍 Follow us on Instagram: 🤍 Watch 'Mother and Baby' on Aeon: 🤍 Throughout the 20th century in Ireland, some 56,000 pregnant unmarried women were forced to give birth in ‘mother and baby homes’ run by the Catholic Church. Infants born into these institutions were either put up for adoption – sometimes without their mother’s consent – or fostered, or else raised on the premises in desolate conditions. And, as revealed by the Irish government’s recent inquiry into mother and baby homes abuses, these children also died inside with startling frequency, with a reported 15 per cent infant mortality rate at the 18 facilities investigated. Released in 2017, the powerful short documentary Mother and Baby by the Irish director Mia Mullarkey profiles some of the surviving children of the infamous Bon Secours Mother and Baby Home in Taum, County Galway, who are still grappling, decades later, with the wanton cruelty and trauma they endured – all with the complicity of the Irish state and the Catholic Church.
Vocal harmony group, Mongoose pay homage to Duran Duran with their magical version of Hungry Like The Wolf, filmed in the forest by RTE Radio One On Air, Online, On demand. Hungry like the Wolf performed by Mongoose 🤍mongoosetunes.com Director Mia Mullarkey Director of Photography Jass Foley Art Director Jette Verdi Assistant Art director Jasmine Jasinska Assistant cam Cian Markey Costume Designer Joanne O’ Brien Cauldron Studios, Dublin track recorded and mixed Michael Manning Cauldron Studios Cauldron Studios, Dublin Track mastered Ciaran Byrne Music Producer, RTÉ Radio 1 Elizabeth Laragy. Executive Producer, Ann-Marie Power, Editor Music and Entertainment, RTÉ Radio 1.
The Cold Hand Performed by My Fellow Sponges Video by the talented Mia Mullarkey of Ishka Films. Video Credits: Writer/ Director - Mia Mullarkey Producer - Anna Mullarkey Director of Photography - Jass Foley Art Director - James Riordan 1st Assistant Director - Eddie Mullarkey Camera Assistant - Emma Hayward Photographer - Marta Barcikowska Milliner - Jaime Nanci Barron The star of the show: James Riordan. He is fabulous and wonderful! Actors: Eddie Mullarkey, Amy Riordan, Damian Duddy, Hazel Collins, Peggy Trundel, Cesare Morciano. Music Credits: Written by Anna Mullarkey Engineered by Liam King Mixed by Liam King and Anna Mullarkey Mastered by Fergal Davis Drums: David Shaughnessy Bass Guitar: Sam Wright Vocals, synths, piano: Anna Mullarkey Vocals, Clarinet: Donal Mc Connon Special thanks to Ollie Jennings and The Electric Galway.
Science on Screen Documentary | Feats of Modest Valour by filmmakers Mia Mullarkey & Alice McDowell
Directed by Mia Mullarkey 🤍ishkafilms.com Music by My Fellow Sponges Email: myfellowsponges🤍gmail.com Music recorded at Hob Junker Studios Mastered by Michael Nestor Director of photography: Jasmina Jasinska Art director: James Riordan Assistant director/photographer: Marta Barcikowska Set design: Helena Doyle Costume: Áine Ní Fhaolain Production manager/make-up artist: Sarah Mullarkey Filmed in Annaghdown
Track: Alright Written by Anna Mullarkey Lyrics by Anna and Mia Mullarkey Directed by Lakshika Films Assistant editor: James Boran Mixed by Frankie J Pollard Mastered by Fergal Davis Artwork by Dara Finneran Musicians: Bass: Sam Wright Drums: David Shaughnessy Vocals, piano and synths: Anna Mullarkey Lyrics: It’s alright, It’s alright, It’s alright Give me all the reasons why It's so important to be alive Hold your loved ones tight We might be in this for a while It’s alright, It’s alright, It’s alright When the world falls down Who do you turn to? It’s alright, It’s alright, It’s alright Laugh a little longer Smile if even if you don’t want to It’s the little things we do that will help us through It’s alright, It’s alright, It’s alright Can’t touch skin so we touch souls Young stay in, to save the old All eyes online, hearts beat as one And in time we’ll feel the sun
'You Survive' by Luka Bloom (🤍) Shot and Directed by Mia Mullarkey of Ishka Films (🤍 'You Survive' is a story of survival in the face of a possible ending of one's life. It came to me from a friend in West Cork, who bravely shared with me her story. She also suggested I needed to write a song, as there is such an epidemic of people ending their lives in Ireland these days. Having heard her story, I decided to write a song about survival and love. A song about reaching out; hanging in. Not an easy song to write, or to get right. I loved recording it with Brian Masterson; love the strings and Frankie Lane's sublime pedal steel playing. Mia Mullarkey had filmed a nice video for Dignity and Backbone last summer. I invited her to do a film for another song. She chose You Survive. I was surprised and delighted. I asked her to do what she felt, and left her at it. My only condition was that I not be in it. Just singing the song in the background. Mia is a great artist with a great heart. I love the way she films. In this little film, she has felt all the lonesomeness of the song, as well as the love and determination. And brought this to the screen with the grace and goodness in her nature. I never 'plug' my songs in any big way. I just let them off and whatever happens happens. But I really hope people see and hear this. And if it shines a little light in one person's darkness then it's job is done. Luka Bloom Luka would like all listeners to consider a donation to Pieta House to support the important work they carry out in suicide and self harm prevention. Donate Now to Pieta House by clicking the link below. 🤍 This New Morning - the album containing You Survive is available to purchase HERE 🤍
A short doc of Drop Everything 2014 on Inis Oírr off the west coast of Ireland. An Ishka Films Production Directed by Mia Mullarkey Interviewer/ Production Manager/ Sound - James Riordan Soundtrack :: 'Slow Down' & 'Make Your Way' by EMBRZ
Irish traveller explains the tradition of 'grabbing' in the gypsy community. Subscribe for more! 🤍 Click here for more Gypsy Weddings: 🤍 Thelma's Girls: 🤍 Unusual Weddings: 🤍 Marriage Advice: 🤍 Content licensed from Firecracker Films. For any enquiries, please contact us at info🤍passiondistribution.com
Credits: Produced by Hubert Morris Directed by Jass Foley. 🤍jassfoley.com 1st Assistant Director: Mia Mullarkey 1st Assistant Camera: Cian Markey Thanks to: Ham Sandwich (soundtrack from new album" Stories from the Surface") All the people in Kells that have supported the creation of this advert. Kells & District Tourism Forum, without whose help this could not have been achieved. Category Travel & Events License Standard YouTube License Kells, Meath, Ireland, Boyne Valley, Ireland Ancient East, Dublins Doorstep
Jiggy is an Irish trad band with a difference. Mixing traditional Irish music, hip hop beats from the 1990s, and whatever else comes to mind. Jiggy - MIC Bandit (Beatbox) Robbie Harris (Bodhrán) Daire Bracken (Fiddle) Éamonn de Barra (Flute) Nick Roth (Jews harp) Seamus Fogarty is in the video :-) Filmed by Mia Mullarkey - Ishka Films 🤍 Audio recorded and mixed by Ian McNulty 🤍 🤍 🤍 For booking info🤍360entertainment.ie
Video by Mia Mullarkey Additional Camera by Eddie Mullarkey Song produced and written by Anna Mullarkey Mixed By Frankie J Pollard Mastered by Fergal Davis Released by Strangebrew Exploring themes of personal growth, confusion, and uncertainty, Mullarkey uses analogue synthesisers and samples in this retro-futuristic, minimalist new track. The probing beat and escalating electronic chimes are combined with an enchanting, ethereal voice, which draws the listener in. It is ominous and disquieting, but also suggests the potential for self-acceptance.
Irish Travellers or Mincéirí are an indigenous ethnic minority group who have been part of Irish society for centuries. Travellers share traditions, cultural values, language and customs that make them a distinct ethnic group. Traveller women have a unique aesthetic expression. How they express themselves and their sense of identity through their hair is a source of intrigue. Why this long luxurious flow in all its glory - plaits, rolls, ribbons, top knots and curls? What have the women to say about their hair, its physical appearance, its traditions, its rituals, and what it means to them? The portraits in the exhibition Crown beoir quietly offer some of the answers. This unique photography exhibition explores hair as a powerful symbol of culture and identity. This is a very special short film created by the award-winning filmmaker Mia Mullarkey featuring the portrait exhibition and some of the Traveller/Mincéir women speaking of their connection to their hair. They speak about the physical appearance of their hair, traditions, and what it means to them and as an expression of unique Traveller identity. The exhibition is part of a project entitled Crown - Hair and Identity which focuses on Traveller/Mincéiri women and girls and the subject of how hair is intrinsically linked to identity, ethnicity, culture and gender. The exhibition draws its name from the Traveller language Gammon/Cant, with beoir meaning woman. Crown beoir is presented in tandem with its sister exhibition Crown lakeen, which focuses on the girls who participated in the project and takes place at the Linenhall Arts Centre, Castlebar. Crown - Hair and Identity was originated by Breda Mayock who worked with Traveller women and girls in the Maple Youth Centre, Ballinrobe, and Mayo Traveller Support Group. She worked with photographer Orla Sloyan, to photograph the women with a special emphasis placed on their hair. For further information on the project and the Crown exhibitions, visit 🤍 and the 🤍thelinenhall.com. Support for this work is gratefully acknowledged from Creative Ireland Mayo, Mayo County Council Arts Service and the Healthy Ireland Fund. Learn how, in partnership with Traveller community representatives and others, Museum staff have worked on special projects and initiatives to make Traveller community history and heritage better known. 🤍 Subscribe to the National Museum of Ireland YouTube channel and hit the bell to be notified about future videos: 🤍 #IrishmuseumsOnline
Anna Mullarkey 22.08.22 🎥 Colm Rooney 📸 jasonxlee.com #gigsonthegrassyknoll was a series live music performances filmed out doors in Levis Out Back, due to nationwide public health restrictions, over the Summer 2021 supported by Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media and Catherine Martin T.D. Live Venue Collective Closing credits music Les SalAmandas
We are excited to announce the official cast for the first ever UK & Ireland Tour of the multi-award winning HAMILTON coming to the Palace Theatre from Saturday 11 November 2023... Shaq Taylor as Alexander Hamilton, Sam Oladeinde as Aaron Burr, Aisha Jawando as Angelica Schuyler, Maya Britto as Eliza Schuyler, Charles Simmons as George Washington, Billy Nevers as Marquis de Lafayette/Thomas Jefferson, KM Drew Boateng as Hercules Mulligan/James Madison, Deangelo Jones as John Laurens/Philip Hamilton, Gabriela Benedetti as Peggy Schuyler/Maria Reynolds and Daniel Boys as King George. They are joined by Antoine Murray-Straughan, Harry Robinson, Simeon Beckett, Taylor Bradshaw, Alice Readie, Izzy Read, Honey Joseph, Samantha Shuma, Michael James Stuart, Mia Mullarkey, Jasmine Jia Yung Shen, Richard Logun, Kiran Patel, Rhys West, Jack Whitehead, Buna McCreery-Nije, Cletus Chan, Sian Yeo, Yesy Garcia, Phoebe Samuel-Grey and Kyeirah D’Marni,. Don't throw away your shot, tickets selling fast! BOOK TICKETS 🤍 Age Guidance: Since Hamilton contains some strong language, the show is appropriate for ages 10+. Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by and sat next to a ticket holder who is at least 18 years old. Children under the age of 3 will not be admitted. #palacetheatremanchester #theatre #HamiltonTour #HamFam
Find out who will be in the room where it happens… We are excited to announce the official cast for the first ever UK & Ireland Tour of the multi-award winning HAMILTON coming to the Palace Theatre from Saturday 11 November 2023 to 24 February 2024 Shaq Taylor as Alexander Hamilton, Sam Oladeinde as Aaron Burr, Aisha Jawando as Angelica Schuyler, Maya Britto as Eliza Schuyler, Charles Simmons as George Washington, Billy Nevers as Marquis de Lafayette/Thomas Jefferson, KM Drew Boateng as Hercules Mulligan/James Madison, Deangelo Jones as John Laurens/Philip Hamilton, Gabriela Benedetti as Peggy Schuyler/Maria Reynolds and Daniel Boys as King George. They are joined by Antoine Murray-Straughan, Harry Robinson, Simeon Beckett, Taylor Bradshaw, Alice Readie, Izzy Read, Honey Joseph, Samantha Shuma, Michael James Stuart, Mia Mullarkey, Jasmine Jia Yung Shen, Richard Logun, Kiran Patel, Rhys West, Jack Whitehead, Buna McCreery-Nije, Cletus Chan, Sian Yeo, Yesy Garcia, Phoebe Samuel-Grey and Kyeirah D’Marni. Don't throw away your shot, tickets selling fast! 🤍 CAST ANNOUNCED FOR THE UK & IRELAND TOUR OF HAMILTON
Music written by Anna Mullarkey Arranged by Anna Mullarkey and Sam Wright Music video: Writer/Director/Producer: Mia Mullarkey Dancers: Robyn Byrne, Emily Kilkenny Roddy Composer/Producer/Hair/Make-up: Anna Mullarkey Cinematography: Jass Foley Grip: Mark O'Rourke Production assistant: Eddie Mullarkey Stills photographer: Amber Baruch Funded by Galway city council Musicians: Anna Mullarkey: Synths, electronic drums, synth, voice, piano Sam Wright: Double bass, Electric bass Paul Mc Clure: Bodhrán, Accordion Ciara O Connor: Cello David Shaughnessy: Drum kit Dara Finneran: Modular drums Luke Murray: Backing vocals Mixed by Frankie J Pollard Mastered by Liam King lyrics: You gave me all your Pretended it was mine Your not worth my time anymore Your not worth my time anymore You gave me all your Pretended it was mine Your not worth my time anymore Your not worth my time anymore I didn’t want to end this way I didn’t want to end this way Falling apart Falling apart Falling apart Falling apart I didn’t wanna see Just how it was between us I didn’t wanna see And I knew I had to go I had to leave Falling apart Falling apart
Anna Mullarkey is a composer, producer and performer of rare talent. Inspired by minimalist, classical and house music, her work incorporates elements of world music, folk, jazz and electronica while her performances are always thoughtful, creative and full of artistry. For this mesmerising show in The Black Gate, Anna is joined by Sam Wright on bass and Paul McClure on bodhrán. Funded by the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sports and Media, and as part of a wider series of concerts with Ireland’s newly formed Live Venues Collective, The Black Gate assembled some of Ireland’s finest musicians for the recording of a series of concert films in December 2020. For full details visit 🤍blackgate.ie/sessions
Once upon a time, during World War Two (or "The Emergency", as it was known in Ireland), enigmatic Irish-German woman Erina Brady brought cutting edge Modern Dance to Ireland, from Germany. A forgotten reel of film by Irish film industry founder Liam Ó Laoghaire immortalised the mysterious modern dancer teaching her tiny pupils in her Harcourt Street Studio and dancing freely in the open air in his 1943 gem of a film, "Dance School". Setting eyes on this rare footage for the first time, "1943 A Dance Odyssey", brings five of Brady's former tiny pupils - Margaret Becker, Ann Danaher, Ann Fryer/Walsh, Romy Hogan, and Barbara Sweetman-Fitzgerald - on an odyssey to a bygone era in her enchanted Irish School of Dance Art studio. Seventy years on, 1943 A Dance Odyssey, explores who were these tiny dancers, attempting an arabesque, and stretching out their little limbs in barefoot dance of expression? Where did the dance of life take them? Unlocking fond memories of those extraordinary classes the women share how the modern dance pioneer influenced their lives, and opened them up to a lifetime of creativity. Produced, Written & Directed by Deirdre Mulrooney Shot & Edited by Mia Mullarkey; Music Composition by Rossa Ó Snodaigh Running time: 24 minutes, 24 seconds. First broadcast on RTE One on April 1st (Easter Monday), 2013. Screened at Bealtaine Festival May 28th, 2013; Culture Night 2013 [September 21st], Druid Lane Theatre, Galway, and Galway Film Fleadh, 2014.
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IDEA Annual Conference 2012: From Climate Change to Climate Justice: A Development Education Response 15th June. Panellists were Hans Zomer, Dóchas, Clíona Sharkey, Trócaire, Susan Pike, Centre for Human Rights and Citizenship Education St Patrick's College and Bobby McCormack, Development Perspectives. Filmed by Mia Mullarkey.
A film by Mia Mullarkey of the Artist's Campaign to Repeal the Eighth Repeal! Procession, commissioned by EVA International, Ireland’s Biennial of Contemporary Art. The Procession was co-ordinated by Áine Phillips and took place on the streets of Limerick on the 13th April 2018. The Procession was created as an activist art performance that functioned to support the Repeal the Eighth Amendment political movement.
IDEA Annual Conference 2012: From Climate Chnage to Climate Justice; A Development Education Response. Panel Discussion part two. Panellists were Hans Zomer, Dóchas, Clíona Sharkey, Trócaire, Susan Pike, Centre for Human Rights and Citizenship Education St Patrick's College and Bobby McCormack, Development Perspectives. Filmed by Mia Mullarkey. For more about IDEA see 🤍ideaonline.ie
"Follow Me" Arubdub promuje album "Eternal Fire", który ukaże się na Ostróda Reggae Festival! Zamów album już teraz: 🤍 Subskrybuj nasz kanał: 🤍 tekst: Monika Lubas muzyka:Krzysztof Gołąb, Arkadiusz Rogowski wideo: Top Floor Hub Special thanks to: Mia Mullarkey & Claire O'Keeffe Arubdub to projekt spod szyldu future dub i kolejna ciekawa manifestacja Polaków na emigracji. Rozpoczęli działalność na początku 2014 roku, kiedy członkowie Gołąb, Dreadarek i Monika spotkali się i postanowili współpracować. Wszyscy mają wcześniejsze doświadczenia i silne związki z muzyką. Gołąb a.k.a. Dove Dub Sound stworzył project pod tą samą nazwą w 1999 roku i od tamtej pory współpracował z wieloma artystami sceny reggae i dub. Do dziś aktywnie pracuje nad swoimi produkcjami w Studio Dovecote. Dreadarek rozpoczął swą muzyczną podróż w Jarocinie w 1994 na koncercie z grupą TZZG. Grał w takich zespołach jak Hałas, Bez wyjścia, Okrzyk Śmierci, Apatia, Mind Pollution, czy Sound of Silence. Monika śpiewała i nagrywała z Nyshynga i Deva i po dziś dzień współpracuje z tymi formacjami. Była również wokalistką Dubtown Vibrations. Arubdub określa swoje brzmienie jako Future Dub, inspirowane reggae i dubem w połączeniu z innymi stylami. Arubdub to unikalna mieszanka zrodzona ze współpracy trojga muzyków oraz ich pasji i miłości do muzyki.
WEBSITE: 🤍 TWITTER: 🤍 SOUNDCLOUD: 🤍 Breda Mayock - Vocals Steve Cooney - Guitar Robbie Harris - Percussion Available on iTunes Filmed by Ishka Films: 🤍ishkafilms.com Directed by Mia Mullarkey Thanks to the National Museum of Ireland - Country Life, Turlough Park, Co Mayo Music produced by Steve Cooney and Breda Mayock Engineered and mixed by Steve Cooney Additional mixing and mastering by Billy Robinson Recorded at Lough Lannagh, Co.Mayo