Single Cell films is an award winning, multi-disciplined production company combining 30 years collective experience on a wide range of audio visual projects from advertisements and promotional videos to music videos, feature films and documentaries.
Our work includes the multi-award winning productions Heyday: The Mic Christopher Story, “Henry Mc Cullough” by BP Fallon, David Holmes and Noel Gallagher and "Sons of Morna" by Cletachor. Adverts for Country Crest, Clone House Hotel and The Richard Harris International Film Festival as well as documentaries on PJ Lynch and The Field.
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Producer / Director of Photography / Licenced Drone Pilot.
An epic true life story of extraordinary music, friendship, love, loss and redemption told through the eyes of those whose lives he touched Oscar-winner Glen Hansard, writer/actor Sharon Horgan, Mike Scott of The Waterboys, Bronagh Gallagher, Josh Ritter, Lisa Hannigan, Rónán Ó'Snodaigh and many more. This epic story of extraordinary music and friendship will both touch and inspire. Heyday is a feature length documentary currently screening in festivals around the world and due for cinematic release in spring 2020.
A fully licensed drone pilot, I have 15 years experience in camera operation, colour science and story telling with aerial cinematography to create stunning, dynamic images to suit any project. I am an Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) licensed to provide Small Unmanned Aircraft (SUA) services & am fully insured and can provide professional drone services throughout Ireland safely and legally.
An important part of the creative process is colour managment. We do a full range of custom 3D LUTs, Look designs and grades for projects of any size, from promotional videos, documentary, music videos, feature films, pitches and look books. Contact us for more information or to arrange a consultation
In The Shadow of the Bull chronicles the evolution of one of Ireland most iconic stories. This film charts how a brutal murder in a small rural Kerry community led to the iconic play, the beloved movie and in turn the revival of an entire industry.
In the shadow of the bull is a gripping account of art and true crime colliding, how film making was changed in the country and how a beloved Irish talent was cemented as a legend.
A selection of stills from our music & promotional videos, documentary, and film projects