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Angels Guard Thee

Martin has been living a solitary life as a farmer in the midlands of Ireland for almost three decades. He came to the town from Belfast in the late eighties under mysterious circumstances and while he has managed to build a small network of friends, he has yet to feel fully embraced by the local community. His simple existence is interrupted by the arrival of Seamus, an old friend from the north one winter evening. Seamus claims the reason for his visit is the anniversary of a close friend of theirs who died thirty years earlier. Over the course of the weekend, the two men reconnect and reminisce about old times and lost loves, but as time goes on it becomes clear that there is a more sinister reason for Seamus’ visit.


Director Bio

Robert Higgins is a director, writer and journalist and co-founder of Harp Media. He is represented by the Marianne Gunn O’Connor Agency. He recently co-wrote and co-directed his first short film ‘Angels Guard Thee’ in Longford earlier this year, starring Brian Fortune (Game of Thrones) and John Quinn (Love/Hate) with his creative partner Patrick McGivney.

Patrick McGivney is director, writer, producer and co-founder of Harp Media. He is a Consultant on the Operational Effectiveness team within PwC’s Advisory Consulting division. He recently co-wrote and co-directed his first short film ‘Angels Guard Thee’ in Longford later this year, starring Brian Fortune (Game of Thrones) and John Quinn (Love/Hate) with his creative partner Robert Higgins.

Info

  • Directed by:Robert Higgins & Patrick McGivney
  • Written by:Robert Higgins & Patrick McGivney
  • Produced by:Robert Higgins, Patrick McGivney, Jason Gaynor & Tomas Devaney
  • Runtime:17 mins
  • Completion Date:May 1, 2018
  • Country of Origin:Ireland
  • Category:Irish Live-Action
  • Selection:In Competition - Programme 13 / Made in the Midlands
  • Screening Time / Venue:
    Fri 16th - Bog Lane Theatre - 2:30-3:30pm
    / Sat 17th - Bog Lane Theatre - 11:15am-12pm
    / Sat 17th - Bog Lane Theatre - 2-3pm
  • Links: Website

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