When a young man drops out of college to care for his shut-in mother he too finds himself increasingly insulated from the outside world, a factor which conflicts with his growing forays into amateur astronomy.
Richard Keaney fell in love with directing making a number of student short films while studying at University College Dublin from 2011-2013. Soon after, he founded Fight Back Films with fellow classmate and director, Natasha Waugh (IFTA nominee- 'Terminal', 2016)
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Our programme launches on July 20th.
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