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Revelations was short-listed for an animation award at Fastnet Film Festival. Revelations, created in 2007 by rotoscoping over live actors. The film has screened at various film festivals around the world including Telluride in Denver, Colorado.
Bare has been invited to show at the “Irish Talent on Screen”
screening on Tuesday, 21st February in the Irish Film Institute
as part of the Jameson’s Dublin International Film Festival.
won 2nd prize at the Karnival, Kommando Film-making Screening on
22 January in the Kino Cinema, Cork. Its screening at the event
was accompanied by huge laughter and loud applause from all members
of the audience.
Plane Creations collaborated with writer, Adrian Scanlan and director,
Olan Wrynn to make a live-action film in just 24 hours for the Karnival
magazine, Kommando Film-Making Competition. The title that we were
given was Sample from which we devised a sharp, snappy comic piece.
Under the tight time frame it was difficult to find actors. Fiona
McGarry from Graffiti Youth Theatre kindly stepped in to play Marianne,
the girl who gives the urine sample. Other acting parts were performed
by our crew – namely directors Jane Lee and Olan Wrynn and
editor, Stephen O’Connell.
is published onto the Irish Film Board DVD – “Irish
Talent on Film” which contains a selection of some of the
best Irish short films and animations from the last few years
Having seen Bare at Cork and Kerry, Chicago Irish International
Film Festival, Korea Green Film Festival, Cinemada Mare Itinerant
Film Festival and IndieLisboa Film Festival all seek screener copies
of the film for their festivals in 2006.
Bare screened at the Kerry Film Festival, Samhlaiocht. Unfortunately
no representatives of Paper Plane Creations were available to attend.
again Bare played to an enthusiastic audience reception at the Cork
Film Festival. A film symposium comprising film-makers and cineastes
from all over the world was also held in association with the festival
this year and was most interesting and illuminating. www.corkfilmfest.org
Bare has been selected to participate in the Cork Film Festival
– both in the "Made in Cork" section and the national
section. The film festival will run from the 9th October to 16th
October, 2005. More details can be found on www.corkfilmfest.org
has been selected to participate in this years Samhlaiocht Film
Festival which will be held in Kerry, 24th October – 30th
was well received at Kilkenny Feile Beochan, Ireland’s first
animation festival. The event hosted animations from all over the
world, this year giving a special focus on French films. Teddy Newton
from Pixar presented a lively seminar. An exhibition stand showing
the making of animations was set up in the festival reception area.
Bare premiered at Galway Film Fleadh to an enthusiastic audience
reception. Bare was shown as part of a programme featuring films
that had been funded by the Irish film board, RTE and the Arts Council
under the Frameworks and Short Shorts schemes.
Work completed on the animated short film, Bare. Film-makers finally
made it out into the sunshine. Wrap party involved a pig on a spit,
an outdoor barbeque and lots of beer.
The Demon Within showed at Seattle International film Festival.
Finished animation and shooting on Bare and started on post production
work at Cork film centre with technician, Stephen O’ Connell.
Long nights of foley also ensued.
The Demon Within showed at Chicago Irish International Film Festival.
Musicians Barry Fitzgerald and Darragh O’Connor from Cartoon
agree to come on board to compose and perform an original score
for the animated short film, Bare.
Shooting commenced on the animated short film, Bare.
Demon Within showed at Cork Film Festival.
Barry Fitzgerald and Nicola Kealy come to Cork to shoot live action
reference and voice overs for Bare.
Writer/Director, Jane Lee, gets married to fellow model-maker, Michael
McDonnell. All work on the project gets suspended for a month.
Linda Lee, Michael McDonnell and Barry Wilson assist the model-making
team with props. 5 year old Anna-Marie Lee also helps with painting
The model-making team comprising of Olan Wrynn, Ronan Fitzgibbon,
Conor Houlihan, Konrad Dechant and Jane Lee, get together to start
building puppets, props and sets for Bare.
Jane Lee and Stephen O’Connell work on foley and post-production
for the Paper Plane Creations first animated short film The Demon
Irish film Board/Bord Scannan na hEireann, RTE and the Arts Council
commissioned Paper Plane Creations to make an animated short under
the Frameworks scheme.