‘Five Voices’ screens at Guth Gafa

| May 7, 2013 | Comments (0)
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Five Voices is a touching account of the lives of five people struggling to live in recovery from drug addiction amid a rapidly fragmenting community.

This film gives insight as to the challenges growing up and raising a family in the Clondalkin area of Dublin. An area greatly affected by drugs and gangs.

Directed by Colm Mullen, Five Voices’deals with the challenges we all can face and how these difficulties can sometimes take us down a wrong path.

Speaking about the selection Colm said ‘I am delighted to have one of only four Irish short films selected for this year’s festival. I admire Guth Gafa’s commitment to human rights driven filmmaking. It’s a real compliment for everyone involved in the film. We are very much looking forward to the festival’.

 

CAST & CREW

Director – Colm Mullen

Producer – Norrie O’Sullivan

Director of Photography – Colm Mullen

Editor – Padraic Keaney

Music by – Bob Holroyd

Assistant Director – Claire Flood

 

Five Voices Screens as part of the Irish shorts programme at Guth Gafa on Friday 17th of May in Malin town, Donegal.

Five Voices has previously been selected for screening at:

Patras International, Film Festival, Greece 2012

Fingal Film Festival, Dublin 2012

Rob Knox, Film Festival, London 2012

 

Trailer ‘Five Voices’ –https://vimeo.com/65371785

For more information see:www.colmmullen.ie

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