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Delaney & Ingleby Visit 'Every Second Sunday'
12 Aug 2010 :
Simon Delaney to star
Hubbard and Banks Media goes into production with short film ‘Every Second Sunday’ this weekend. Starring Simon Delaney (Zonad) and Lee Ingleby (Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban) it will shoot in Dublin and Bray. Simon Hubbard (Jack) is the writer/director of the project with Fergal O'Hanlon (Yu Ming is Ainm Dom) on board as director of photography.

The short film will start production this coming Saturday, August 14th. Fergal O'Hanlon will be shooting the project on RED.

‘Every Second Sunday’ follows the course of an afternoon where separated fathers have access to their children every second Sunday. Director Simon Hubbard tells IFTN: "When I was writing ‘Every Second Sunday’ I knew it would be a very special project. The script tells the story of three fathers who have access to their children ‘Every Second Sunday’, it’s a relevant and important issue. I look forward to working with a great team when we start filming in August.”

Confirmed cast includes Simon Delaney (Zonad, Rewind, Intermission), Craig Conway (Doomsday, Dog Soldiers, Vera Drake), Vivienne Connolly (Shackled, In World War), Jane Elizabeth Walsh (A Christmas Carol, Daughters Of Rome) and Vanessa Matias Fahy (Mariana, Ghostwood). Furthermore the Irish Rock group The Coronas will score the film.

Simon further tells us that the project will reflect a very grim reality:“Overall this production will be very much in tune with the common plight of parents seeing their children ‘every second Sunday’,”he explains. The reality behind this issue and the shooting style will reflect the nature of the difficulties of families with parents who have limited access to their children – raw, gritty and emotive.”



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