Storage is the debut feature by writer / director team James Browne and Rupert MacCarthy-Morrogh. Who co produced last years Cork Film Festival hit 'Treekeeper'.
James is better known as one of Ireland's most talented young actors, while Rupert is recognised as one of the industries most prolific cinematographers. The feature film is being produced by Fergus Long of Cork's newest film and television production company, General Cinematic. Awarding winning, Director of Photography, Ian D Murphy, will shoot the film on the state-of-the-art Red One MX camera, courtesy of AV3 Productions. Fergus and Ian have worked together since they meet in college in 2001and have completed over 200 commercial productions and were the camera team on Pilgrim Hill, the critically acclaimed debut feature of Kerry born Gerard Barret.
The project aims to showcase the skills of the professional film makers of Cork. It is envisioned to be shot in 20 days and nights in and around Cork City and County and reveals some of its amazing architecture and landscapes.
The funding raised by your pledges on Fund it will used to pay for the day to day running costs of pre-production and production such as insurance, fuel, food, set construction etc.
Cork film industry companies supporting the production: Michael Lynch's AV3 Productions, General Cinematic Film and TV, SLR.ie, Studio5108. We also have the backing of the Offices of Cork City Council Arts Office. The film is also being supported by the new Cork Screen Commissioner, Mr. Niall Mahony.
Your support is crucial to making this film a success. Thanks for taking the time to read.
James, Rupert, Ian & Fergus.