My follow-up short film to Shellshock, entitled 'All Mortal Flesh', is now in preproduction, with the intention of premiering later this year. Further information about this project can be found via its official blog:
There are various rewards on offer for different levels of contribution, but furthermore to this, I'd like to make it abundantly clear that any contribution, finanicial or otherwise, would be received with the very highest level of gratitude. You can also support the project liking its Facebook page and spreading word:
'Shellshock' has been selected as part of the 4th Annual Shire International Short Film Festival, taking place on March 20th 2013 in Sydney, Australia. Shellshock is the only Irish film chosen among a selection of shorts representing eight countries worldwide. Congratulations to all cast & crew.
'Shellshock' will be screened as part of a selection of short films during the Dame District Christmas Market in Dublin tomorrow evening (Wednesday, 19th December). The screening will take place in the Electric Lounge at Speakeasy on Georges St, and will begin at 8.30pm. Entry is free of charge and all are welcome.
On Saturday November 10th, 'Shellshock' writer/director John Corcoran will appear as a panellist at the 'Making the Leap from Student to Professional' talk as part of the 2012 National Media Conference, to be held in Trinity College, Dublin. He will appear alongside guests such as Cannes prize-winning commercials director Stevie Russell and acclaimed music video director Simon Eustace, and will discuss his experiences as a student filmmaker, the making of 'Shellshock', and his post-graduation career to date. Full information and ticket sales are available from the below link: