Oh Brother

About

  • Director:Mia Mullarkey
  • Country:Ireland
  • CategoryIrish Live-Action
  • Runtime:15 mins 00 secs
  • Date:April 30, 2017
  • Selection:Programme 15
  • Screening Times:

    • Aug 17 The Library - 2:30-3:30pm

    • Aug 19 The Library - 12-1pm
  • Links: Website

Oh Brother

Fergal has Asperger’s Syndrome and lives a lonely life. From a mix of guilt and fraternal love, his brother Sean gets pulled into helping Fergal down an unseemly path. Oh Brother is a short comedy drama about two brothers travelling to Amsterdam to find the right escort for Fergal.


Director Bio

Following her studies in philosophy and psychology, and after working as a psychologist for a short time, Mia completed a masters in film production and theory in 2009. In 2011 she set up a production company called Ishka Films to create music videos and digital content. Several of these projects have won awards and gone viral. Mia's short documentaries have screened at film festivals worldwide and collected a number of nominations and awards. In 2016 Mia received film grants from the Irish Film Board; Science Foundation Ireland in association with Galway Film Centre; and National Women's Council of Ireland in association with the National Lottery Fund. Ratings


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