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‘Get Up and Go’ starring Love/Hate’s Peter Coonan and Killian Scott, Wraps Dublin Shoot
04 Jul 2013 : By Kevin Cronin
Killian Scott and Peter Coonan in 'Get Up and Go'.
The Irish feature film ‘Get up and Go’, produced by Fastnet Films with funding from the Irish Film board, has wrapped principal photography this week after filming all across Dublin’s city centre over the last three weeks.

An Irish/Welsh co-production, ‘Get up and Go’ is a comedy drama starring Killian Scott (‘Good Vibrations’, ‘Love/Hate’) and Peter Coonan (‘King of the Travellers’, ‘Love/Hate’) alongside Gemma Leah Devereux (‘Stitches’) and Sara Lloyd Gregory (BBC’s ‘Hinterland’).

The film has shot in several different locations in inner city Dublin including the Screen Cinema, Parnell Square, Smithfield and Dublin’s Northside quays.

Set in Dublin, the film follows a close knit group of twenty-something friends as they are forced to confront the reality of lives and friendships which have gone unchallenged and unchanged since their teenage years.

The film is written and directed by Brendan Grant (‘Tonight is Cancelled’).

Over thirty Irish crew and several Welsh crew were employed on the production, which was shot on the Sony F5 supplied by Vast Valley with lighting equipment from Teach Solais.

Post-Production is currently underway with Editor Eoin McGuirk.

The production team included Director of Photography Vladimir Trivic; Line Producer Dave Clarke; Production Designer Emma Lowney; Make Up Designer Kylie Jonkman and Costume Designer Sian Jenkins.

Juliette Bonass produced for Fastnet Films with Macdara Kelleher as Executive Producer.

‘Get Up and Go’ was co-produced with Wales’ Fragrant Films and is expected to hit the marketplace in early 2014.



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