Pre- Production is well underway for new Irish short, ‘Negative Equity’.

| May 15, 2013 | Comments (1)

Negative Equity Poster landscape

 

The black comedy is the latest project from Cork based Writer/Director Rob Noonan (A Bad Day for Tim Black, Tricklebank’s People) and Producer Amy Kirwan of Waterford based New Aims Productions.

 

Martin Condon and Rachel O Connell will lead the cast as Gary and Fiona, a married couple who, despite splitting up, are forced to remain living together due to the constraints of their colossal mortgage. A bitter, rollercoaster of a week ensues when Fiona decides to invite a date over for dinner.

 

Among the production crew on board are Director of Photograpy, Justin McCarthy (Jesus The Remake) and Sound Recordist PJ Rankin (Tricklebank’s People)

 

Shooting commences the first week of June and will be shot in Glanmire, Cork.

 

The team are currently looking to raise €10,000 to help with the making of the film through an indiegogo campaign and are offering some great rewards.

 

Check them out here at

 

http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/negative-equity/x/644128  

 

You can also follow them on facebook to keep up to date with the film’s progression.

 

https://www.facebook.com/NegativeEquityShortFilm  

 

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  1. Fiachra says:

    Can they not get this ten grand from our Film Board?

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