Irish short film, Every Second Sunday, has gone into pre-production. The film will be directed by Simon Hubbard, with the IFTA nominated director of photography Fergal O’ Hanlon as principal photography.
Director Simon Hubbard says:‘Overall this production will be very much in tune with the common plight of parents seeing their children “every second Sunday”. The reality behind this issue and the shooting style will reflect the nature of the difficulties of families with parents who have limited access to their children – raw, gritty and emotive.’
Confirmed cast include Simon Delaney (Zonad, Rewind, Intermission), Craig Conway (Doomsday, Dog Soldiers, Vera Drake) Vivienne Connolly (Shackled, In World War) Jane Elizabeth Walsh (A Christmas Carol, Daughters Of Rome) and Vanessa Matias Fahy (Mariana, Ghostwood), with the Irish Rock group, The Coronas, set to score the film.
Produced by Hubbard and Banks Media, Every Second Sunday, follows the course of an afternoon where separated fathers have access to their children every second Sunday and is set to begin shooting mid-August.
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