Monthly Archives: January 2017


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The brilliant and twisted minds behind horror favourites The Hallow, Let Us Prey and Wake Wood bring us a new addition to their creepy catalogue of horror, feature film NAILS. Once again exploiting the fears and paranoia of modern society and terrifyingly bringing them to life. It’s sure to be a great addition to the genre.
Written and directed by Denis Bartok and produced by Brendan McCarthy and John McDonnell of Ireland’s Fantastic Films, it will have its world premier as part of The Audi Dublin Film Festival on the 20th of February.
The film centers on a happily married track coach and mother, Dana Milgrom, Shauna MacDonald from The Descent, who’s survived a near-death car accident only to find herself paralyzed and trapped inside her own body. Forced to communicate via an artificial voice program and hooked to a breathing machine, she becomes convinced that a terrifying presence called ‘Nails’ exists inside her hospital room. No one believes her—not even her own husband and doctors, who think she’s experiencing a mental breakdown.
Kaleidoscope Film Distribution will release NAILS in theaters and on VOD/SVOD in the UK and Ireland this year, exact dates to be announced.
All of the sound post production was completed here in Egg by our team. With Aza Hand designing the sound and Patrick Drummond over seeing it all. We also looked after the rushes ingest, Online editing and delivery.

Then Comes Marriage?

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Then Comes Marriage? – RTE 2 Mondays from 12th January at 9.30pm
In this brand new format, Three couples who are engaged, or thinking about it, are given the opportunity to prepare for their future life together by taking part in a crash course on relationship skills during a two-day pre-marriage boot camp at a country house. Over six episodes the pairs undergo a series of eye-opening, specially designed tests and therapies, aided by psychologist Allison Keating and psychoanalyst Ray O’Neill, tackling everything from personal finances to family planning. The opening episode features Lance West and Victoria Green from Carlow, who moved in together a week after their first date and who are trying to figure out if marriage is for them.
Our editor, Malcolm Moloney joined guest editors Pat Hodgins and Rónán Ó Muirgheasa to cut the series. We also completed all of the sound and picture post on this Independent Pictures produced show.

John Connors in America: Race Matters

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John Connors  in America – RTE 2 Monday 16th January at 10.30pm
Filmed entirely on location in the US, this two-part series on race relations explores the reality of discrimination, poverty and violence in African-American communities. John asks why young black men are nine times more likely to be killed by the police than young men from other backgrounds and delves into the reasons behind the Black Lives Matter movement, which began in 2012 when a neighbourhood watchman was acquitted after he shot and killed unarmed black teenager Trayvon Martin.
From his success in the award winning series “Love/Hate” and critically acclaimed documentary “I am traveler” John once again brings us another fascinating programe which asks some important questions and tackles some disturbing subjects. Directed by Kim Bartley and Produced by Aoife Kavanagh for Frontline Films, we completed the sound and online editing.

This is Jobstown

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This is Jobstown – TV3 9pm from 12th January 2017
In this fly-on-the-wall series, cameras spend a year with the residents of one of Ireland’s most notorious areas, Jobstown in Tallaght. For many years the area has struggled with high-unemployment, antisocial behaviour and crime. Yet, despite these challenges, most are proud to call Jobstown home. In this ambitious, observational 4 part documentary series, cameras follow local residents as they live out their everyday lives. Stories of hope and despair, triumph and disappointment, and the drama of everyday life unfold.
In the first episode airing on TV3 9pm Thursday 12th of January, we find out how a rare blood condition meant mixed martial artist Paddy Holohan had to give up his career – only for a new opportunity to arise that he could not refuse.
It’s a delight to have director Matt Leigh back in Egg and a pleasure to work with Jamie Dalton from Motive Television who produced this fascinating series. We completed all of the sound post production.