It’s that time again! When we want your short films. Film Devour 19, is part of Belfast Film Festival again this year and will be back on Monday 18th April 7pm in the BlackBox. Here is the deal filmmakers… films need to be under 15 minutes, Ireland based in production or theme and screenable quality. You need to email your completed submission form with… Read more →
We are kicking off 2016 with the 18th Film Devour Short Film Festival. Filmmakers get submitting or making. Film lovers get the 6th January in your diary. We will get the popcorn ready and make sure you are treated to more great short films. Support local talent! Film Devour – “Belfasts’ independent short film festival!” Read more →
Back in the early days, Stay Beautiful Films joined forces with the comedy duo, McKeever and Jones to make the creepy yet funny ‘Halloween Havoc’. Perfect to get you in the mood for celebrations tonight. Warning: does contain swearing! Written and Directed by Brian Mulholland McKeever & Jones bite of more than they can chew when a simple… Read more →
We are looking to cast a lead female actor for our upcoming short film in Belfast. ACTOR Female – over 18 to play teenage girl. Payment discussed with successful applicant. Travel and expenses also covered. Send your CV and headshot to email@example.com Auditions likely to take place week commencing Monday 17th August. Filming September/ October 2015. www.staybeautifulfilms.co.uk Read more →
Last week, Banterflix’s Jim McClean was joined by Stay Beautiful Films Director Brian Mulholland and lead actor Derek Halligan to talk about our locally produced feature, The Monday Club which will be screened at the Queen’s Film Theatre on Saturday 30th May at 5pm. Jim went on to review The Monday Club in Episode 13. Read more →
Matthew Coyle interviews Stay Beautiful Films Director Brian Mulholland about The Monday Club. “When filmmaker Brian Mulholland set out to make The Monday Club, his intentions were relatively humble. He wished to tell a story of Belfast that went beyond the usual trappings. Violence and political chaos held little interest. Rather, it was the people that drew his focus. It was they who made the city what it undoubtedly… Read more →
Hear the lovely Carolyn Stewart interview Brian Mulholland from Stay Beautiful Films on her Lunchtime Bistro show, U105 radio.
They chat about filmmaking and Brian’s debut feature film The Monday Club premiering in the Belfast Film Festival.
Thursday 23rd April, Movie House Cinemas, Dublin Road. Doors open at 6:30pm film starts at 7pm. Tickets £5.
This years Belfast Film Festival will see the screening of locally made feature film – The Monday Club. Directed and written by local filmmaker Brian Mulholland, and produced by Corrine Heaney the film tells the story of Danny, the last surviving member of ‘The Monday Club’. He shares some yarns of the lifetime friends he met working in the Belfast… Read more →
Belfast Film Festival programme launched this week. For the first time they have a new section dedicated to Northern Ireland Independents. “Most of these projects were produced on micro-budgets and developed by their makers with their own money and in their own time.” We are delighted our debut feature film ‘The Monday Club’ will be screened, as part of the… Read more →
Check out the interview with Brian Mulholland on NVTVs Talk Like That programme with Cate Conway. Brian talks about the local film scene in Northern Ireland, showcasing local talent with Film Devour Short Film Festival and shares his experience of being a filmmaker. Available online with NVTV On Demand feature. Read more →