The Last Confession is the DIT School of Media 2013's graduating film. It is written by Kevin Henry.
The DIT School of Media has the countries longest running film programme. Our alumni include directors John Moore, Damien O'Donnell and Ian Power, producers Martina Niland, Macdara Kelleher and Martha O'Neill, and cinematographers Brendan Galvin and the late Donal Gilligan.
The Last Confession tells the tale of Fr Sean Mulroy, a young priest based in Dublin. His life is thrown into turmoil after becoming involved in Dublin's criminal underworld. It is a modern day morality story which has a 70's crime thriller feel to it. This project's successful completion goes towards a significant portion of our degree. By participating, you would be helping young Irish film students complete a project to a professional level. We aim to make this film to industry and festival standard, and it is here where your help counts.
The project is being filmed in early April. We have already begun other fundraising ventures and our crew has invested a significant amount into this film. We need your help to cover our post production costs. An original confessional has to be built for a crucial scene. Props and costumes need to be provided for actors. Cast and crew of 21 need to be looked after on the shoot days. This includes transport expenses and catering expenses. We also intend on bringing the film to many post production houses for grading and transfer to photographic film.
This is an exciting project to get involved with.Your participation is greatly appreciated.
Thank you for your continued support.