Unit Stills Photography captured on a number of film productions shot in Northern Ireland. The Unit Stills Gallery includes stills from the Phil Harrison short film ‘Even Gods’ and the Jack Walsh feature film ‘Grace’.
Even Gods – Directed by Phil Harrison
Wisecracking, large-hearted, Hughie has been living in a long-term homeless shelter in Belfast for 6 years. He is well-liked in the hostel, the life and soul. But when his daughter contacts him out of the blue and wants to see him for the first time in thirteen years the boundaries of Hughie’s solid life begin to blur and the wounds of the past come back into sharp, painful focus. And when Hughie meets his granddaughter, who he never knew existed, he finds himself circling the contours of a life he thought lost, buried forever.
Even Gods, won the short film award at the Belfast, Galway, and Cork Film Festivals in 2011, and was short-listed for the best short script at the 2012 Irish Screenwriting Awards.
Grace – Directed by Jack Walsh
Grace is the story of an introverted Catholic teenager who attends a cross-community weekend and falls in love with an outgoing Protestant girl. However, when their forbidden relationship comes into contact with the treacherous outside world, they are both faced with potentially tragic consequences.
Evocatively filmed on 16mm by cinematographer, Kevin Treacy, and an 11-person professional crew, the production was financed and supported by Jack’s family and friends. The film has recently been selected for its World Premiere in the Cannes Short Film Corner at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival. Caolan Keaveney and Jack’s younger sister, Bronagh Walsh, produce truly engaging performances in the lead roles.
Grace was filmed in various locations across Northern Ireland including Maghera, County Down, Castlewellan Forest Park, East Belfast, the Windy Gap, Dromara, the Ulster College of Music in Belfast and the Rathlin Island Ferry.
Peter McCauley – Music Video
The Answer – Music Video
Circuit 21 – Directed by Marty Stalker