Short Film on Women’s Bodily Rights In Ireland Wraps

| March 22, 2016 | Comments (1)

 

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Dublin based independent film companies Fight Back Films, and Hopehapp Productions, in association with Driftwood Doll Films, present Terminal. The film aims to humanise women who face criminal charges for seeking abortions in Ireland, and who therefore travel abroad to have the procedure.

The film is written and directed by up and coming filmmaker Natasha Waugh (Fight Back Films), and produced by David C. Lynch of Hopehapp Productions.

Terminal is about a girl and a woman who meet in an airport departure gate. Just before they board a plane to Manchester to get abortions, we witness a private exchange as they share the different reasons that brought them to this moment, and the traumatic journey that awaits them.

The film was shot over three days on March 4th, 5th and 6th, by a crew including Director of Photography Eimear Ennis-Graham (Shem The Penman Sings AgainToday), Producer David C. Lynch (After; Says; Stay) Writer/Director Natasha Waugh (Food Fight; Running Commentary), and Sound Recordist Dean Murray, (Soulsmith, Late Arrivals). 

The film stars Andrea Kelly, (Lenny Abrahamson’s Prosperity, and Rebecca Daly’s Joyriders.), and Aoife Doyle, a newcomer who has done extensive extra in various productions including the RTE production Whistleblower Moone Boy, Cracks, and Vikings, and was the back up body double for Saoirse Ronan in Neil Jordan’s Byzantium.

Terminal is currently starting post-production and will begin the edit within the next few weeks before entering the festival circuit.

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  1. Fiachra says:

    Twice shy is also getting made. No shortage of ideas in Irish cinema!

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