March 3, 2013

A sincere thank you to all of the funders who donated and supported my project ‘A Harbour Town’, which has now been successfully funded at €2095.

Thanks to:

Everyone who supported & shared the campaign page on their FB/Twitter/website

And to the funders:

Mike Nedved,...

February 11, 2013

"HISTORY OF WATER is a kind of films I feel reluctant to write about, because it is extremely poetic and obviously beyond my ability to describe it. To describe this film makes me feel as if I dare to describe the painting SNOWSTORM (1842) by J.M.W. Turner. How can one...

September 6, 2012

History of Water is Dean Kavanagh's self-produced feature film debut, it was completed over a twelve month period and on a zero-budget.

February 2, 2012

The film deals with various themes of decay and growth in the lives of the people in a small town.


The film was started in late 2010 but the footage was discarded, however, it has now been completed in 2012 using various different devices.


Cast: Vanessa Kavanagh, Natal...

January 1, 2012

Direction, Edit & Produced by: Dean Kavanagh

Camera: Leon Kavanagh, Dean Kavanagh

Camera & post-production facilities: Three Rock Media

Holga, dslr | Colour | 16:9 | 12min

August 3, 2011

On location stills from "Last Sunday" Shoot, June 2011

With Leon Kavanagh and Natalie Kavanagh 

July 6, 2011

above from left: John Curran (producer), Johnny Allen, Leon Kavanagh, Dean Kavanagh (director)

Dublin Institute of Technology, 2010 

June 7, 2011

Cast: Leon Kavanagh, Natalie Kavanagh

Direction, Camera, Edit & Produced by: Dean Kavanagh

Camera, lenses & post-production facilities: Three Rock Media

HD | Colour | 10min | 2011

August 12, 2010

Official trailers, reviews of 'Remodernism' in Australia's "FilmInk" magazine and a review of "In Passing" from "Senses of Cinema" can be found here:

http://inpassingmovie.blogspot.com/

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