Streaming video production

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The Irish Embassy in London commissioned me to film a series of video productions for their YouTube channel. All have all been filmed with multiple cameras and either live-streamed or pre-recorded and then edited to a pre-arranged streaming date.

Streaming examples

Centenary Conversation

This was a ‘live’ streamed 1-hour 20mins production to mark the centenary of the Government of Ireland Act and continues to be available to interested viewers thereafter.  The conversation was moderated by Fergal Keane and featured distinguished historians Patricia Clavin, Caoimhe Nic Dháibhéid, Niamh Gallagher, and Ian McBride. (YouTube link to view Centenary Conversation)

Brigid Unplugged

A 35-minute pre-recorded production to be streamed on the anniversary date of St. Brigid and continues to be available to interested viewers thereafter. It features musical performances by Joy Crookes, FEARS and Aislinn Logan, and spoken word readings by Sinead O’Brien and Martina Evans. It also included performances by Camille O’Sullivan, Loah and Lisa Lambe filmed during the previous year’s celebrations at the Embassy. An interview between Prof. Louise Richardson and Julie Etchingham, which was included in the main film, was also made available as a separate 17 min video. (YouTube link to view Brigid Unplugged)

The Irish Writers in London 25th Anniversary

A 51-minute programme filmed and produced by the Embassy of Ireland for London Metropolitan University. Featuring an introduction from the Ambassador of Ireland, Mr Adrian O’Neill and Professor Don MacRaild, followed by readings and poetry from patron Martina Evans & writer Lucy Caldwell and Lucy in conversation with the Director of the Summer School, Dr Tony Murray. (YouTube link to view Irish Writers)

London’s Bloomsday 2021 Celebration

A pre-recorded 50-minute production to be streamed on the anniversary of Bloomsday (in conjunction with productions from many other Irish Embassies worldwide) and continues to be available to interested viewers thereafter. This 51-minute programme features a group discussion hosted by Emma Dabiri and includes spoken word readings by Adrian Dunbar, Denise Gough, Caoimhe O’Malley and Nial Buggy. This event also features two musical performances by tenor Eamonn Mulhall. (YouTube link to view Bloomsday)