We are proud to bring you the Speed of Life produced video for BP Fallon & David Holmes' musical tribute to guitarist Henry McCullough. Released on the Late Night Tales record label as part of their David Holmes album, 'Henry McCullough' was also remixed by Andrew Weatherall for Record Store Day 2017.
Our latest documentary turns the camera on the iconic 1990 film The Field through which we view the genesis of Ireland's greatest filmmaker Jim Sheridan and the career resurgence of Ireland's greatest actor Richard Harris.
Remember the Guinness ad starring Michael Fassbender? Remember that song? Mic Christopher's music may have reached a greater audience with the posthumous use of his anthemic song Hey Day in that TV ad of 2004 but those who had heard him sing knew he was a huge talent and those who were blessed with his friendship saw him as a giant among men. His good friend Glen Hansard compared his death in 2001 to that of a high king among a tribe, with that tribe being the extended music community that grew from the seminal busking scene on Dublin's Grafton Street in the 1980's. With contributions from Glen Hansard, Sharon Horgan, Bronagh Gallagher, Jerry Fish, Liam O'Maonlai, Ronan O'Snodaigh, Colm Mac Con Iomaire, Mundy, Paddy Casey and many more of Mic's family & friends, our documentary tells the epic story of a rich life lived to the full in his all too brief thirty two years.
Lead producer on projects is Cork-born graduate of Dublin City University's School Of Communications Niall Carver. His background in music and subsequently music radio is to the fore at Speed Of Life Films. Niall's extensive music knowledge and invaluable industry contacts along with years of experience presenting & producing for RTE radio - make him fundamental to project development and the driving force behind Speed Of Life Films' creative output in feature length documentaries and music videos.
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