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If you have been glued to Alison Spittle’s Nowhere fast as much as we have then you will know that episode 4 airs tonight @10pm on RTE2. Getting rave reviews this hilarious comedy is loaded with gags. Basically if you enjoyed Fleabag or Sharon Horgan’s stuff, you’ll love this!
Fresh from a disaster in her media career in the big smoke, Angela the main lead (played by Alison Spittle) goes home to lick her wounds and plan her next move. With a razor sharp script and a stellar cast,you can expect lots of drinking in fields and mates having meltdowns, with mammy at home to pick up the pieces. Mammy always saves the day!
Produced by Deadpan Pictures, all Post was done right here in EGG.
Love him or hate him there is no doubt that Conor McGregor creates waves wherever he goes. Filmed over the course of 4 years this documentary is a gripping access-all- areas account of McGregor’s personal and professional journey from claiming benefits and living in his mum’s spare room with his girlfriend to claiming multiple championship belts and 9-figure pay packets. Featuring exclusive interviews, unprecedented access and fight footage, this is the ultimate behind-the- scenes look at a sporting icon and his meteoric rise. The feature documentary was produced by Motive films and the Sound was done right here in EGG.
Fresh from a disaster in her media career in the big smoke, Angela the main lead (played by Alison Spittle) goes home to lick her wounds and plan her next move. With a razor sharp script and a stellar cast, viewers can expect lots of drinking in fields and mates having meltdowns, with mammy at home to pick up the pieces. Produced by Deadpan pictures all post was done right here in EGG.
Want to scare the bejesus out of yourself this Halloween? Our sound team have trick or treated us to this haunting compilation of our creepiest best bits. Aza Hand heads up the sound team at EGG creating mind bending coma inducing soundscapes.
The Psychological Horror/Thriller compilation features work from some of the best movies we have worked on over the past few years; Cardboard Gangsters, The Canal, Nails, Without Name, Tiger Raid and I Am Not A Serial Killer. Crank it up and say a few decades of the rosary for this one!
*No fruit was hurt during the making of this.
- May cause bleeding from inner ear canal
- Skin may become irritable and develop Psoriasis
- Avoid prolonged contact with eyes to avoid bulging sockets
- Known to cause body leakage
Trauma is a four-part documentary series on RTÉ2 giving viewers an unprecedented insight into the high pressured, outstanding and skilful work carried out in the intense world of trauma and medical emergency in Ireland. From Emergency Department staff to surgeons, nurses and intensive care specialists – a chain of people who deal with cardiac arrests, head injuries, road traffic accidents and workplace incidents.
The series focuses on four hospitals and the incredible work carried out by the medical staff: cardiac and spinal trauma in The Mater Hospital, neuro-trauma in Beaumont Hospital; emergency care in St. Vincent’s Hospital and orthopaedic trauma and emergency in the Adelaide and Meath (Tallaght) Hospital. We also see staff from the National Ambulance Service and the Dublin Fire Brigade as they operate the 999 emergency call centres, the very first port of call in the chain of the teams dealing with these specialised cases.
In each episode we follow the progress of several patients – from admission to hospital – to as close to the end of their medical treatment as possible – following each step of their medical care along the way. We have interviewed staff who talk intimately about working in such an adrenaline fuelled environment. The patients and their families also talk reflectively about their experience.
Episode 1 airs tonight so make sure to tune in. All post production love added right here in EGG.
“Fallout” is the first documentary that looks at the post prison lives of 4 high profile exonerated prisoners – Paddy Hill (Birmingham 6), Peter Pringle (the last man sentenced to death in Ireland in 1980), Sunny Jacobs (who served 17 years on death row in the USA and is married to Peter Pringle) and Robert Brown (who served 25 years in the UK).
This film explores the mental and physical fallout from their long term incarceration, their day to day struggle for survival, broken family relationships and the poor quality of lives they lead. It will also highlight their courage and generosity of spirit, as they engage in activism and advocacy for criminal justice reform and human rights, showing up their states by organising help and resources for their fellow victims of injustice. Underlying the very personal stories of our four principal characters is the process of those who are undergoing the programme at the Sunny Center Foundation (run by Sunny Jacobs and Peter Pringle), the work of Paddy Hill’s organization, MOJO and the endeavours of Robert Brown to give talks and write poetry as his way of coping with the pain.
This documentary is a unique take on the mental fallout of years spent behind bars. We connect on a deeply raw and human basis with our characters resulting in an emotional and passionate cry out to be free from the trauma that has enveloped their lives. Leading psychiatrists have described the damage done as being beyond repair. But there is hope and the first residents of the Sunny Center Foundation are evidence that a better life is possible.
Paddy Hill was one of the Birmingham Six, sentenced to life and released as an innocent man after 16 years. His psychiatrist describes him as one of the most mentally scarred cases he has ever come across. He now runs MOJO, the Miscarriages of Justice Organization, to help innocent people in prison.
Robert Brown was sentenced to life for murder in 1977. He was released 25 years later, after it was determined his verdict could not be considered safe. He has spent the years since retreating from a world he doesn’t understand and feels doesn’t understand him.
Sunny Jacobs and Peter Pringle make up one of the most unlikely of unions; that of exonerated death row inmates. Peter was one of the last men to be sentenced to death in Ireland, convicted of murdering two Gardaí in 1980. He served 15 years. Sunny Jacobs was sentenced to death, along with her then husband, for the murder of two police officers in Florida in 1976 serving 17 years on Death Row. Both became advocates for human rights, campaigning worldwide against the death penalty.
Produced by Bang Bang Teo and edited by Guy Montgomery, this important and harrowing documentary airs on RTE this Thursday at 10.15pm.
Grace Harte, a brand new 3 part mini series starts tonight at 10pm on TG4. A dark and dangerous drama, it’s a feast for the eyes, the black and white film noir-esque style brings out the stark beauty of the landscape and intensifies the superb performances.
Grace Harte feels stranded in a passionless marriage living in the crumbling hotel she runs with her husband Leo on the West Coast of Ireland. The arrival of Danny, a young surfer, on the beach adjacent to the hotel is the catalyst for a series of violent events that will change all of their lives forever.
Wildfire Films produced Grace Harte and Charlie McCarthy directed. Egg did all of the Sound post and VFX with Egg’s Nik Panteris and Alan O’Sullivan grading and online editing respectively.