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Late Late Show stings for Renault
Really delighted with these new stings for Renault and the Late Late Show, directed by Jonathan Kesselman for Publicis Dublin. These were really fun film to put together.
The Creative Director was Ger Roe, Copywriter was Peter Dobbyn and Art Director was Andre Oberg.
They feature Gus McDonagh, Sinead O'Riordan, Robyn Trout, Maxim Triburg and Robyn O'Neill. They were shot by Philip Blake and edited by Mick Mahon
Proud to say that three Jumper related shorts will screen tonight as part of Culture Night. They will be included in the Fís Éireann / Screen Ireland programme which takes place from 9-11 at Barnardo Square. They are part of a selection of both live action and animated films which capture stories of love and romance from different perspectives.
They are "Nice Night For It' directed by Rachel Carey, "Goodbye Darling" directed by Maria Elena Doyle and co-produced with Fantastic Films, and "Downpour", directed by our newest director Claire Dix. Here’s a little taster from “Goodbye Darling”
Brain in Gear
Fergal Costello’s new film “Brain in Gear” will air this evening on BBC 2. The film was written and co-directed by Gbemisola Ikumelo. It was produced by BBC Comedy, as part of their Comedy Shorts Programme.
This is Fergal’s first outing for BBC and we’re pretty sure it won’t be his last.
Something Doesn’t Feel Right @ Galway Film Fleadh
Our latest short film “Something Doesn’t Feel Right” premiered Saturday 13th of July at the Galway Film Fleadh
A Comedy Horror about a Slasher Villain, who has put in the hours but tonight, just isn’t going his way. He’s beginning to regret his life choices. Starring Tony Cantwell, Ali Hardiman, Amy Hughes, John Doran, Ian McEvoy and Clinton Liberty.
The film was funded by Fís Éireann/Screen Ireland as part of their Short Stories initiative. Directed by Fergal Costello, written by Ged Murray and produced by Fiona Kinsella.
It was shot by Philip Blake, edited by Stephen Staunton, Production Design by Alice Vignoles Russell, Costume Design by Gwen Jeffares Hourie, Make Up Design Hannah Sullivan, 1st AD was Drew Maitland and with an original score by Mark Murphy.
For a full list of credits and to find out more about the film, go to facebook/campsleep4ever or it’s instagram as Campsleep4ever
Really delighted to have produced this fun suite of films for SKODA Connect with the lovely people at Boys and Girls.
This was a really fun shoot with an absolutely amazing cast and crew.
The films were directed by Fergal Costello.
They feature Peter McGann, Amy Hughes, Tommy O’Neil and the dulcet tones of Tony Cantwell. They were shot by Philip Blake and edited by Stephen Staunton. The content leads for Boys and Girls were Sam Moorehead and Mikey Fleming. Agency producer was Keeva Bolger.
Lost And Found
The EDA'S The emerging Directors award By Elizabeth Adewushi
Last Wednesday Jumper Productions took to the EDA'S (The emerging Directors Awards. A fun and immersive awards night dedicated to acknowledging the best of emerging talent in the Irish media industry.
Hosted at the sugar club it was a great night full of drinking and laughter but most importantly a host of amazing screenings from both the winners and runner ups of each category. As an attendee of last year's and this years ceremony I can say that the standard in submissions this year soared.
We were absolutely thrilled for our very own Fergal Costello who took home the coveted award for Best Short Film with his beautifully witty and strange short "Lost and found". "This is his second EDA win in a row, last year he won the award for best music video for his film for "Way To Love" by Brave Giant.
A definite one to watch, Fergal is an incredibly talented director who's work often exhibits a unique and satisfying blend of horror and comedy. Fergal is currently completing his latest short a comedic horror called "Something Doesn't Feel Right”.
All in all the EDA event proved to be an inspiring and enjoyable night for all, winners, nominees and spectators alike and we here at Jumper Productions are waiting impatiently for the next one.
Super Proud to have been the Irish Producer on this beautiful Music Video for Fontaines DC. "Roy's Tune" features on their debut album "Dorgel".
The film was directed by the wonderfuly talented Liam Papdachi and stars IFTA award winning actor Dafhyd Flynn (“Michael Inside”). It was shot by Simon Plunket and co-produced with India Bradshaw for Agile Films.
Over the last year, FONTAINES D.C. has released five critically acclaimed singles, all of which garnered considerable support both from radio, with the band A-listed at BBC Radio 6 Music for their last single ‘Big’, and from a vast range of international press, with the band featuring in a number of end of year lists.
Now, following the announcement of their highly-anticipated debut album ‘Dogrel’, the band shared the ‘Roy’s Tune’
The film is a quiet and soulful portrayal of a day in the life of a young family, struggling to make ends meet, and coming to terms with how their lives have now changed after the birth of their baby girl. It’s a poignant and gentle ode to perseverance (or ‘hanging on’), matching the lament and hopeful optimism of the single.
It was a real pleasure to work on this with an amazing cast and crew.
Motion Poems Part 1
Just finished production of the first of our two Motion Poems films.
“UPON READING THAT ANDROMEDA WILL ONE DAY DEVOUR TRIANGULUM AND COME FOR US NEXT” is directed by Ged Murray and stars Erin McGathy. It was filmed by Evan Bary, sound by Kev Moore @ Soundspeed. It is edited by Kevin Herlihy and graded by Leandro Arouca @ The Element.
MotionPoems http://motionpoems.org is a non-profit based in Minneapolis that pairs filmmakers and poets to make, what they have termed, a “motionpoem”. Since it’s establishment in 2009, they have co-produced over 100 films based on contemporary poems, drumming up much excitement from renowned poets and artists within the literary world. Each year the season has a theme, last year was “Dear Mr President”, previous themes have included Black Poetry and Women. This year the idea is "Environment". The films premiere annually at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis and that is followed up by showings across the US from Los Angeles to New York City.
This is the second year in a row that we have worked with Motion Poems. Last year’s film “Small Shoes” was directed by Kate Dolan. This year both Ged and Fergal Costello will direct a film.
Great Shoot today with the First Lady of Celtic Music, Moya Brennan, and her wonderful daughter Aisling. First day for an exciting project, which we will be announcing soon.
Directed by the wonderful Jonathan Kesselman. Thank you to Jason Rothberg, Evan Barry and Kevin Moore @ soundspeed
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