Dublin, April, 1916. Revolutionary; James Connolly; looks to Dublin printers, Molloy, O'Brien and Brady to turn out 2000 copies of an Irish Proclamation- in one night and in secret- to be read by Padraig Pearse at the GPO Easter Monday 24th April 1916. They don't have enough type. They don't have enough wax. They don't have enough paper. Can they do it?
Maureen O'Connell is a professional actor and filmmaker from Dublin, Ireland. She trained as an actor at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA) in London and received her BA in Acting in 2012. She also has a Higher National Diploma in Film Production from Ballyfermot College, Dublin. She has numerous acting credits to her name including BBC1's tv series, "Father Brown" & a UK tour of "Juno & the Paycock" as 'Mary'. This is Maureen's 3rd short film. Her previous shorts; "Missed..." & "GIRLS" have been very successful at festivals at home & abroad.
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