We are proud to announce He Moved Through The Fair has won ‘Best Short Film’ at this year’s Underground Film Festival in Dun Laoghaire. What an incredible boost for the cast and crew. Many thanks to the Festival Organisers for the honour!
For this year’s festival winners, check out:
For more about the Underground Cinema’s Film Festival check out:
And an article about the festival @ Horror Cult Films:
Be sure to keep an eye on www.ThroughTheFair.com for future screenings, updates & news about the film.
I am proud and excited to announce our new short film ‘He Moved Through The Fair’s’ successful screening at this year’s Galway Film Fleadh. The Film was shown to a packed house on Friday the 13th as part of the shorts programming and it seems to have gone down a treat!
We’re really chuffed to be showcased among such creative talents as all the shorts screened were of a very high calibre, and most were worthy of high praise. We spent most of the week at the Fleadh attending the myriad masterclasses and events and networking where we could. Truly a memorable and juicy experience to say the least.
With any luck this will be the first of many successful festival screenings to come. Keep an eye on www.throughthefair.com for further updates.
Article title coined tonight by the resplendent Thomas Byrne.
I’m proud to say our latest short film project ‘He Moved Through The Fair’ wrapped last Monday in Stradbally, Co. Laois. The 5 day shoot was a fantastic success overall, and the whole experience couldn’t have been better.
We’ve reviewed the footage from the week, and everything looks fabulous thanks to the combined efforts of the Cast, the Trench Entertainment crew, and of course the crew from Kerbute.
I have to say, from a personal perspective; the cast were very talented and an absolute joy to direct. We had 3 Laois actors on board; Thomas Byrne who plays the lead character ‘Mick’ and delivered incredible enthralling takes time and again, Kevin Lalor Fitspatrick who was fantastic as ‘Dan’, and Roxanne Byrne who stepped in late in the day to play ‘Roisin’ and did a fantastic job. Let us not forget the fabulous Jane Deasy who plays the ‘mysterious woman’ of the film, and gave a provocative and captivating performance every time; and newcomer Maureen Hanlon who really gave us something special in her first ever performance. I was blown away watching the rushes, and hopefully you will be too.
We were well and truly blessed to have such a strong cast on board, and a talented crew to back it all up. I can’t wait to get my teeth into the edit and finally put this story out there.
Keep an eye on the film’s blog at ThroughTheFair.com for future updates and a plethora of behind-the-scenes content.
Well we’ve had a fantastic first day of our new ‘Fund It’ campaign to finance our new short film ‘He Moved Through The Fair’. We’ve already hit the 10% mark thanks to early supporters! This has given the project a great start, and a huge morale boost to the team.
Thanks again to our supporters, and to all our would be pledgers, get on down to the ‘Fund It’ page soon so as not to miss out on all the movie making bounty up for grabs!
Kerbute Productions are proud to announce their new short film collaboration with Trench Entertainment: ‘He Moved Through The Fair’ is now officially in pre-production. The Film will be shot in Laois in September.
We are financing this next endeavor through crowd funding using the new ‘Fund It’ online platform. That means we’ll need your help to make this happen. Any support you can give, through pledges or spreading the word of this project, will help get it made. Check out the campaign page to see all the exciting rewards in store for supporters, or check out the project’s blog to see the trailer and updates.
The script was written by Martin Rochford and myself, and will be produced by Jack Kavanagh & Trench Entertainment. Lucy Jones from EDEN Digital Film Studio is on board as DOP, and Will Higgins from Trench is the Production Designer.
We are very excited to be working with Trench again after the success of our first collaboration, ‘The Colonel’ was premiered at this years Galway Film Fleadh. I really enjoyed working with the Trench team throughout the whole shoot, and I’ve every confidence that our next project together will be equally as successful.