9th August 2005
Luka has been
selected to screen in the 6th Film festival Odu grain
Festival takes place from the 7th to
the 15th October 2005 at Gonfreville l'Orcher (Normandy region)
has become a favourite of the festival circuit having now screened
at 18 festivals and winning an award at the Festival der Nationen
Die Besten Kurzfilme der Welt. AUSTRIA.
11th May 2005
The BBC has
selected to screen ‘Martin’, a short
film directed by Imogen Murphy and produced by James Watson on
2 Thu 14 Jul, 2:00 am - 6:00 am 240mins (approx 4:35 am)
A night of short films
presented by James King. Homegrown Hollywood showcases emerging
and established film makers from around the UK. A celebration of
everything short and sharp, featuring the very funny Arthur's
Amazing Things, and the animation Metalstasis.
7th May 2004
Luka final prints delivered to the Film Board.
26th April 2004
A Dublin Story wins the Bronze Remi Award for
"Dramatic-Original Short Film", at the WorldFest Houston.
14th April 2004
Tamara Anghie officially joins Zanzibar Films as a
producer. We wish her every success and thank her for her hard
work and commitment on her collaborations and co-productions with
celtic mouse. thank you x.
29th February 2004
Martin, A Dublin Story and Push Hands
are screening on Saturday 27th March at the Warner Village Cinema
in the Odyssey Centre.
more info... www.belfastfilmfestival.org
26th February 2004
A Dublin Story has been included in
the Official Selection of the NEW YORK SHORT FILM FESTIVAL.
There will be no public screenings, the results
will be announced by
Internet and distributed by International Press Media after
16th February 2004
Post production on
Luka commences at the The Piranha Bar
Jameson Dublin International Film Festival:
“A Dublin Story” screening before “El Bonarense”, an Argentian
Monday 16th February @ 18.10
The Screen - Cinema 2
15th February 2004
Dublin International Film Festival:
Martin is screening
before the feature film
Sunday Feb 15th @ 11 am
14th February 2004
martin, A Dublin Story and Push Hands are all
selected and will be screening in
Kodak short film competition at the
Belfast Film festival supported by Orange.
12th February 2004
Tamara Anghie (Producer) and Graham Cantwell
(writer/director) are offered a place on this years Eave Course.
EAVE is a leading European media training
programme providing long and short seminars - workshops and forums
- as well as continuous services on-line to European producers and
more info on eave...
6th February 2004
"A Dublin Story" is selected by the 27th Portland
International Film Festival. It will play with about 40 other
short films and 70 features from all over the world.
A complete schedule is available online at
3rd February 2004
Luka rapped after negotiating three days of heavy
ran. P J pulled out all he stops on the final day shooting, to
ensure that the production didn't run into another day.
Adrienne, Tamara and P J are very happy and
positive with what the shoot.
1st February 2004
Production on Luka
commences is County Wicklow
14th January 2004
“A Dublin Story”,
has been selected for competition at the
2004 Celtic Film and Television
Festival. The festival will beheld in
March in Dundee.
12th January 2004
celtic mouse and producer Tamara Anghie have
started pre-production of the IFB/BSE short short Luka, written
and to be directed by Adrienne Michel - Long.
Shooting dates confirmed as Sun
1-Tue 3 February with Wed 4th as a contingency. PJ Dillion has
been confirmed as the DOP, Francis Taffe as production designer
and Tony Kearns as editor for the shoot.
20th December 2003
We would like to
thank everyone who has worked with us this year. We look forward
to continue working with you all in 2004!
18th December 2003
The celtic mouse Christmas Party was held in the
Lillies Bordello Piano Bar. It started at 8.30pm and went on
into the small hours the following morning.
1st December 2003
“A Dublin Story”
was awarded the 16th Foyle
Film Festival 2003 Award for Best Irish Short in
Derry at the weekend.
This follows on
from our recent Kodak Tiernan
McBride Award at the Galway Film Fleadh and being short
listed for the 2004 Academy
Awards. Along with Galway, Foyle is one of very few
worldwide festivals recognized by the Academy of Motion Pictures
in the States. If we hadn’t qualified for the Oscars before, we
would have done on the back of this win!
Thanks and well
done to everyone involved and fingers crossed for the Oscars!
17th November 2003
Screening times for celtic mouse short films in
the16th Foyle Film Festival.
A Dublin Story: Sunday 30th
November 12:30pm at the Strand Cinema in Screen 4 (Irish
competition shorts package 3)
Martin: Saturday 29th
November 7:00pm at the Strand Cinema in Screen 4 (Irish
competition shorts package 2)
9th November 2003
LUKA provisionally scheduled to start shooting at
the end of January.
2nd and 3rd November 2003
Main casting for LUKA takes place.
23rd and 24th October 2003
Kerry film Fest info:
martin screening in competition Entries 2, Kerry Omniplex, Tralee
Thursday 23rd October @ 6pm.
A Dublin Story,
screening time 9:00pm Friday 24th October at the Siamsa Tire
Theatre, Tralee, Kerry
18th October 2003
Scottish national news papers, The Scotsman and
the Daily Record, run story on James Watson and Oscar short listed
short film's, A Dublin Story and The Last.
Articles from The
Scotsman and The Daily Record
martin has been pre-selected for
the 2004 Brussels International Fantasy Film Festival which will
take place in March.
22nd Brussels International Festival of Fantastic Film
12-27 March 2004 www.bifff.org
17th October 2003
Cork Film Festival Screening
Friday 17th October 7pm, Kino
Friday 17th October 4.30pm, Kino
12th October 2003
martin and A
Dublin Story screening
Cork Film Festival
10th October 2003
IFTN run story on A Dublin Story screening at
7th October 2003
martin and A Dublin Story are accepted into the
International Film Festival.
1st October 2003
Scottish Screen's monthly journal Rough Cut,
half page feature on James Watson.
1st October 2003
Below is the link to the Cork Film Festival page
with info on Martin.
martin is playing in competition in
the Irish Shorts Programme 4
Friday 17th October | 7.00pm | Kino
Tamara Anghie comes
on board as joint producer of LUKA.
Murphy attends the New York Film Fleadh for martins US Premier
screening. After screening she was
photographed and interviewed for the Irish Voice newspaper.
19th - 21st September 2003
IFTN run story on martin screening in Milan film festival.
Graham Cantwell, Producer Tamara Anghie and actress Rachel
Rath attended the screening of A Dublin Story at the
Laemmle Sunset 5 cinema on Sunset
Boulevard in Los Angeles California.
Left to Right: Fiachra O'Hanlon, Tamara Anghie,
Graham Cantwell, Rachel
Rath, Paddy Courtney (back), Daniel O'Hara, Fergal O'Hanlon,
martin screening in competition at the Kerry Omniplex, Tralee
Thursday 23rd October @ 6pm. (Competition Entries 2)
15th September 2003
martin and A Dublin
Story are accepted into this years Cork Film Festival. October
12th to 19th.
11th September 2003
Half page article on Martin with photo in new UK
10th September 2003
celtic mouse awarded short shorts funding from
BSE/IFB for the short film LUKA written and to be directed by
Adrienne Michel - Long, produced by James Watson.
martin and A Dublin Story are accepted into the New York Film Fleadh.
Screening 25th September 2003
24th August 2003
Milano Film Festival Short
Unofficial statistics are showing 1589 films who entered
the competition coming from 81 different countries.
The magnificent 51
The selection of films that will participate in the
International Short Films Competition of Milano Film Festival 2003
has been completed.
Read the list of selected shorts
7th August 2003
Martin selected as a finalist from more
that 1,150 short films to screen for competition at the 8th
edition of the Milano Film Festival.
Milano Film Festival 12th - 21st September 2003
29th July 2003
Martin and A Dublin Story are accepted into the
4th Kerry Film Festival.
27th July 2003
The Sunday Times culture section features martin
in short film article.
14th July 2003
A Dublin Story wins
the Kodak Tiernan McBride Award for best Irish Short at the 15th
Galway Film Fleadh. This now makes it eligible for consideration
for this years LA screening for Oscar Nomination.
9th July 2003
James Watson, Imogen Murphy, Tamara Anghie and
Graham Cantwell will all be attending this years Film Fleadh,
to set up a meeting with any of the above.
A Dublin Story
premiering at the
Galway Film Fleadh
Premiering Friday 11th July, 10am
at the Town Hall Theatre Main
New Irish shorts Programme 1
4th July 2003
Martin will be
premiering at the 15th Galway Film Fleadh
Screening Saturday 12th July, 2pm in
the Town Hall Theatre Main as part of the BSÉ/IFB short shorts show case.
Short Cuts seminar at 4pm
Party reception is at 6pm
Also screening before the premier
screening of Zanzibar
Films debut feature 'Headrush' at 11pm, 12th July 2003
1st July 2003
Martin and A Dublin Story are being screened by The
Farm Media Group and Eurotek as part of an evening of Digital
Cinema on Monday 7th of July at The Sugar Club Leeson Street from
6.30 onwards. The Last, produced by James Watson will also
27th June 2003
celtic mouse would like to thank Mark Nolan, Sam Gleeson and
everyone at The Farm Media Group for there considerable support and hard work
over the past year. It has made possible the realisation of
4 short films which have all been finished to the highest
standard. Thank you.
25th June 2003
A Dublin Story is accepted into the 15th Galway Film Fleadh.
a timeless urban
23rd June 2003
martin will be showing as part of the
short shorts at the Fleadh on Saturday 12th July, at around 2 or
3, Short Cuts seminar at 4pm and then party reception is at 6pm
16th June 2003
Push Hands rapped
13th June 2003
Push Hands goes into production
7th June 2003
“Push Hands” written and being
directed by Stephanie Green. Is now in pre-production and is
scheduled to start shooting on the 13th June for 4 days, rapping
on the 16th June. Shot by experienced American cinematographer,
Kevin Richey. It is being produced by Tamara Anghie, of Hopscotch
Productions and executive produced by James Watson for
Celtic Mouse Productions ltd. more info
6th June 2003
Final delivery of martin and delivery requirements are made to
15th - 20th May 2003
James Watson will be attending the Cannes International Film
Festival, promoting the short films 'martin', 'Push Hands' and 'A
15th May 2003
'martin' is now locked and ready to go to print.
Rod Stoneman would like to thank and congratulate everyone who
worked on and contributed to 'martin'.
15th April 2003
Letter received from Vincent informing celtic mouse that he is
suspending his activities as a Director of celtic mouse
productions ltd, until he has completed his duties as President
and modernising Irish Actors Equity.
13th April 2003
Vincent McCabe is voted President of Irish Actors Equity with
an overwhelming majority.