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Film Production - Construction/Set (feature film)

1.
Mad About Mambo (2000) as Stand-By Prop
In the upper-class section of Belfast, 18-year old Collegiates Private School student Lucy McLoughlin yearns to prove her worth to her entrepreneur father Sid, and to herself. Lucy lives to dance and dances to win: specifically, the Regional Latin Dance Finals. Her dance partner is her possessive bo
2.
Informant, The (1998)
When former IRA terrorist Gingy McAnally is arrested for assassinating a prominent Belfast judge, he finds himself in the hands of both Lieutenant David Ferris, a sympathetic British military officer, and Rennie, a hardened Ulster policeman. Rennie pressures Ferris by pulling rank to coerce Gingy to
3.
Sweety Barrett (1998) as Standby Props
Sweety Barrett is an illiterate but big-hearted man who has just lost his job as a large-object swallower in a traveling circus. He moves to a small port town and picks up odd jobs. He also meets Anne and her young son, with whom he establishes an instant rapport. But there are problems in the littl
4.
Dancing At Lughnasa (1998) as Standby Props
In Donegal in 1936, the five Mundy sisters live on their family farm, eking out a precarious existance. All are single: Kate, the eldest and most middle-aged in attitude; Maggie, dependable Agnes; Rose, who is having a secret affair with a married man; and Christina, who has a son by a man who is ne
5.
Tale of Sweeney Todd, The (1998)
Sweeney Todd, a barber by trade, does a brisk business in his shop in turn-of-the-century London's Fleet Street. When a wealthy diamond merchant disappears, Ben Carlyle, an American insurance investigator is sent to London to recover $50,000 worth of diamonds owed by the merchant to his employer. Ca
6.
Break, The (1997) as Stand-By Props (Dublin)
Dowd, an IRA gunman, breaks out of a Belfast jail and attempts to begin a new life in New York. Trying to avoid the Irish community, he takes a job as a dishwasher where he meets a group of Guatemalan exiles led by Tulio who are planning to assassinate a CIA informant. Dowd falls for one of their
7.
Some Mother's Son (1996) as Dressing Props
Could you stand by and watch your son starve himself to death for his beliefs? Or would you go against his wishes and save his life even though it meant the defeat of the cause he was willing to die for? A widowed schoolteacher and life-long pacifist, Kathleen Quigley has been careful to stay clear of the war in her native Northern Ireland, instead devoting herself to the care of her three children. She is shaken out of her comfortable existence when her son Gerard is captured along with the fugitive IRA leader Frank Higgins, after a shoot-out with the British army. Gerard's imprisonment and his subsequent participation in the IRA prisoners' protest to be treated as prisoners of war draws Kathleen into Northern Ireland's political conflict and into contact with Higgins' mother Annie, a hardworking farmer and fervent IRA supporter.
8.
Michael Collins (1996) as Standby Props
Michael Collins came of age in the early 20th century, when a monumental history of oppression and bloodshed had divided Ireland and its people, making hatred and distrust a national heritage and a way of life. In 1916, in what became known as the Easter Uprising, Irish revolutionaries surrendered after a six-day standoff at Dublin's General Post Office to the overwhelming military power of the British forces. Many followers, including Michael Collins and his close friend Harry Boland, were imprisoned. Upon their release, they found themselves the new leaders of the Irish independence movement. Collins' efforts to create a free and peaceful country, like the epic history of Ireland itself, would encompass romance and violence, valor and rage, burning hope and fiery tragedy. It would result in both the triumph of the free Irish Republic and the terror in Northern Ireland that continues to make bloody headlines today. And it would forever change the ways people wage wars of independence.
9.
Moll Flanders (1996) as Standby Props
Born into poverty in early 18th Century London, Moll Flanders learns early the lessons of hardship and despair, and the cruelty of class. From the reputable home of the charitable Mrs. Mazzawatti to the house of ill-repute of the less benevolent Mrs. Allworthy, Moll steadfastly holds tight to her dr
10.
Awfully Big Adventure, An (1995) as Standby Props
Mike NewelL's look at what really goes on behind the curtains of a liverpool rep company. Filled with sexual and emotional undertones, Newells' follow up to Four weddings and a funeral.
11.
Frankie Starlight (1995) as Stand-By Prop
Set in a post-World War II Ireland, this is the story of Frankie and his mother Bernadette who, as an 18-year-old girl, left France smuggled aboard a troop ship in return for sexual favors. Put ashore in Ireland, the penniless Bernadette gives birth to Frankie. Through the kindness of customs office
12.
Braveheart (1995) as Dressing Props
In the late 13th century, William Wallace returns to Scotland after living away from his homeland for many years. The king of Scotland has died without an heir and the king of England, a ruthless pagan known as Edward the Longshanks, has seized the throne. Wallace becomes the leader of a ramshackle yet courageous army determined to vanquish the greater English forces. At the historic battle of Stirling, Wallace leads his army to a stunning victory against the English. Knighted by the grateful Scottish nobles, Sir William Wallace extends the conflict south of the border and storms the city of York. King Edward I is astonished by the unexpected turn of events. Unable to rely on his ineffectual son Prince Edward, Longshanks sends his daughter-in-law Princess Isabelle to discuss a truce with Wallace.

Misc. Crew (feature film)

13.
Widows' Peak (1994)
Set in Ireland in the 1920s, a mysterious young American woman wreaks havoc upon her arrival in Kilshannon, a small town inhabited largely by widows and led by Mrs. Doyle Counihan.
14.
Widows' Peak (1994)
Set in Ireland in the 1920s, a mysterious young American woman wreaks havoc upon her arrival in Kilshannon, a small town inhabited largely by widows and led by Mrs. Doyle Counihan.
15.
In the Name of the Father (1993) as Assistant (To Buyer)
Story of Gerry Conlon, purported ringleader of the Guildford Four, a group of three Irishmen and one English woman wrongly imprisoned for the 1974 IRA bombing of a pub in Guildford, England, that left five people dead. Conlon's father Guiseppe was subsequently imprisoned along with six other Conlon

Film Production - Construction/Set (TV Mini-Series)

16.
Magnificent Ambersons, The (2002) as Property Master

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