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Moore Street Masala – my big screen debut :)

Back in April, Darragh put a post on Culch.ie titled “Be part of a massive Bollywood dance scene in Dublin”. How could I resist? Myself and a few other messers signed up and on a blissfully sunny Sunday morning hit Moore St to be put through our paces for Moore Street Masala which is being screened this week.


I honestly have no idea what to expect but of course can’t wait to see how the Bollywood routine at the end works out! It was heaps of fun to be involved in and I would definitely be up for doing more.

Where can you see it?

This Saturday October 10th at the Lighthouse cinema at 1.30 as part of the Darklight ‘Exposure’ event. It’s also being shown at the IFI as part of the New Irish Film Board Shorts on Tuesday 13th at 6.30 pm.

The official site (under construction) is here. Thanks D for the heads up (once again)!

Darklight viral video workshop & discussion

On Saturday I went along to the full day workshop & discussion on viral video making and distribution¬†organised by Darklight and the EU Commission. For anyone completely new to the term ‘viral video’ it was particularly useful with a good mixture of speakers from video production to digital marketing to the legal side of media production and an even broader group for the panel discussion at the end of the day.

The entire event was streamed live from Dawson St and you can catch up on the presentations and discussions of the day via the U-Stream channel page or clicking on the videos below. If you want to hit on a specific part of the day, check out the schedule here. For information on the film competition being run by Darklight & the EU, check out www.darklight.ie/democracy.