June 6, 2017

Some Say Chance (1934), by Irish author-turned-filmmaker Michael Farrell (1899-1962), was thought to be lost until various 16mm cans containing partial rough-cuts and rushes were donated to the IFI Irish Film Archive. Filmmaker Dean Kavanagh has partially reconstructed...

November 24, 2016

"Over several months I have been at Irish Film Institute (IFI) attempting to re-assemble and somewhat recut a partially lost silent film which was originally shot in the early 1930s by Irish novelist and filmmaker Michael Farrell. The film is called Some Say Chance, hi...

August 7, 2013

Late Hours of the Night is a film series in which a character has experienced a terrible ordeal. Furthermore, the character has been removed entirely thus the audience is left solely with the memories and disturbances. 

Though the project is episodical, the parts c...

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,...

November 16, 2012

Short film "Memory Room" 

officially selected & screened  @ SOUND + VISION festival,

 'New talent Irish filmmaker showcase'

Nov 23rd. The Model, Sligo.

June 13, 2012

Official Poster for 'HoW'

Artwork (Pen&Ink) by Paul Dowling

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...

August 2, 2011

 Short film "Light From An Old Town" completed in August 2011

Cast: John Curran, Shane Vernon

Direction, Camera, Edit & Produced by: Dean Kavanagh

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

DSLR | Colour | 17min | 2011

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