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Cinematography (feature film)

1.
In America (2003) as Elec, addl photog
To begin all over again is a classic American dream. But it is remarkably hard to do, as Irish immigrants Johnny and Sarah discover when they hit New York City, with their two spunky young daughters, in the mid-1980s. In pursuit of a dream, the family uses ingenuity and sheer strength of will to mak

Film Production - Main (feature film)

2.
Frank (2014)
A wannabe musician finds himself out of his depth when he joins an avant garde rock band led by the enigmatic Frank -- a musical genius who hides himself inside a large fake head.
3.
P.S. I Love You (2007)
A grieving young widow discovers that her late husband has left her a list of tasks revealed in 10 messages, delivered anonymously, intended to ease her out of grief and transition her to a new life.
4.
Laws of Attraction (2004)
High-powered divorce attorneys, Audrey Woods and Daniel Rafferty, have seen love gone wrong in all its worst case scenarios--so, how bad could their chances be? At the top of their respective games, Audrey and Daniel are a classic study in opposites. She practices law strictly by the book; he always manages to win by the seat of his pants. But soon they are pitted against each other on opposite sides of a nasty public divorce between famous clients, with the case centering upon an Irish castle that each future divorcee has their sites set on. Audrey and Daniel travel to Ireland to chase down depositions, yet the two lawyers, who have been slowly developing a mutual attaction that neither wants to acknowledge, find themselves thrown together at a romantic Irish festival. After a night of wild celebrating, they wake up the next morning as husband and wife. Maybe getting married first is the best way to fall in love.
5.
Blackwater Lightship, The (2004)
Based on Colm Toibin's novel, drama follows three generations of women who move to Ireland to take care of the youngest woman's brother as he succumbs to AIDS.
6.
Ella Enchanted (2004)
Ella lives in a fanciful and magical world where all children are given a "gift" from a fairy Godmother at the moment of their birth. Little Ella's birthright is the gift--and curse--of obedience. As a result of this unfortunate circumstance, Ella cannot refuse any command, and is often left at the mercy of unscrupulous personalities. In a bid to regain control of her life, Ella goes on a quest to free herself from this mysterious curse. Ella must outwit a kingdom filled with ogres, giants, wicked stepsisters, talking books and evil plots. And, if she's lucky, she may find love along the way.
7.
Evelyn (2002) as Gaffer
A drama based on the true story of Desmond Doyle and his young children, Evelyn, Maurice and Dermot. Abandoned by his wife, Doyle does his best to make it as a single dad, raising his kids alone in Ireland in 1953. Their life isn't easy--but above all else in the world, Doyle loves his children. Unf
8.
Prince William (2002)
Television movie that explores the life of Britain's Prince William since the 1997 death of his mother, Princess Diana.
9.
Blade II (2001)
Blade is half man and half vampire and consumed by a desire to avenge the curse of his birth and save the human race from a blood-drenched Armageddon. Blade must align himself with a high-powered team of vampires to take on a greater evil than either has ever faced--a new kind of super-vampire that is itself on a vicious hunt to eradicate both races.
10.
Agnes Browne (1999) as Gaffer
A woman loses her husband and must work to feed all her children, finding love in the process.
11.
Dancing At Lughnasa (1998) as Gaffer
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
12.
Matchmaker, The (1997) as Gaffer
In an attempt to boost the failing re-election campaign of a United States Senator from Massachussetts, Marcy, a jaded campaign worker, is sent to a small town in Ireland to locate the Senator's ancestors. When she gets there and discovers he has no Irish ancestors, she is pressured to convince some
13.
Devil's Own, The (1997) as Gaffer (Dublin Unit)
Set in 1993, as the Irish Republican Army has announced peace talks with the British, New York police officer Tom O'Meara takes an affable young Irish emigree into his home and makes him part of his family. The refugee, however, has a hidden past and a bloody purpose for coming to America. Upon discovering his boarder's true identity, the police officer is drawn into a deadly manhunt--the aim of which is not only to capture the Irish rebel but to save his life.
14.
Trojan Eddie (1996) as Gaffer
John Power is the leader of the local travellers who has settled into small-town life with a fancy car and string of business interests. Trojan Eddie has worked for Power since leaving prison and is employed as a salesman. Selling is what Eddie does best. From the back of his Trojan van, Eddie sell
15.
Moll Flanders (1996) as Gaffer
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
16.
Moondance (1995) as Gaffer
The lives of two teenage boys are changed with the arrival of a German girl.
17.
Braveheart (1995) as Gaffer
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.
18.
Secret of Roan Inish, The (1994) as Gaffer
A young girl searches for a little brother who she believes has been raised by the half-seal and half-human "selkies." The boy disappeared as an infant when his cradle was swept out to sea as his family evacuated Roan Inish, an island on the West coast of Ireland.
19.
In the Name of the Father (1993) as Gaffer
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
20.
Far And Away (1992) as Electrical Bestboy (Ireland Crew)
A turn-of-the-century story of two young Irish immigrants, he poor and she rich, who flee their homeland to settle in the American West.
21.
Fools of Fortune (1990) as Gaffer
After his family and ancestral home are destroyed by the British Army at the onset of the Irish war of independence, a withdrawn young man bides his time until he can exact revenge.
22.
My Left Foot (1989) as Gaffer
A man with cerebral palsy learns to paint with his foot.
23.
Courier, The (1988) as Stagehand
24.
Hitler's SS: Portrait in Evil (1985)
In this study of the fortunes of a working-class German family between 1931 and 1945, two brothers (John Shea and Bill Nighy) find themselves on opposite sides of the Third Reich. The secondary characters, curiously, were of more interest, especially David Warner in the role of Reinhard Heydrich, wh
25.
Children in the Crossfire (1984)
Four Catholic and Protestant children from war-town Ireland have their lives and attitudes changed after a summer in the U.S. with foster families. This drama is a companion piece of sorts to director George Schaefer's Emmy Award-winning "A War of Children" of a decade earlier, dealing with another

Film Production - Lighting/Electrical (feature film)

26.
Leap Year (2010)
Inspired by an Irish tradition that allows women to propose to men on Leap Day, Anna follows Jeremy to Dublin to propose to him. But after landing on the wrong side of Ireland, she must enlist the help of local Declan to get her across the country.
27.
Honeymooners, The (2005)
Meet Ralph Kramden--a man of vision, taste, and refinement. Now, if he can just get the rest of the world to see it. By day, Ralph's an ordinary New York City bus driver. But in his off-hours, he's an innovator, an inventor, an entrepreneur who's just one great idea away from instant wealth. (Unfortunately for Ralph, none of those ideas has yet panned out.) His best friend (and neighbor) is Ed Norton, who's always up for the latest plan. Wherever Ralph goes, no matter how harebrained the idea, Ed's ready to run down the fire escape and lend a hand. These two dreamers believe they're taking their families to the next level, but Ralph's wife, Alice, has set her sights on a more practical goal: buying a duplex fixer-upper with Ed and his wife, Trixie. When Ralph loses their down payment on yet another of his half-baked projects, Alice is at the end of her rope, giving Ralph just one day to come up with the cash and save their marriage.
28.
Tailor of Panama (2001)
Coerced into working for British Intelligence, a tailor living in Panama concocts a left-wing movement with the goal of luring the American military into an invasion of Panama, thereby nullifying the Panama Canal treaty.
29.
When Brendan Met Trudy (2000) as Rigging Gaffer
Lonely teacher and movie buff Brendan experiences life in a new way when he runs into Trudy, a woman with a taste for spontaneous, often illegal, and sometimes life-threatening fun.
30.
Michael Collins (1996) as Lighting Gaffer
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.
31.
Crying Game, The (1992) as Electrician (Irish Unit)
A British soldier kidnapped by IRA terrorists befriends one of his captors.
32.
Orchid House, The (1991) as Chief Electrician
An aristocratic British family, living in Dominca, is shattered by the grave psychological wounds inflicted on their patriarch during World War I.

Film Production - Main (special)

33.
Jeeves & Wooster IV (1994) as Gaffer
Further exploits of Jeeves and Wooster, the unflappable butler and his well-meaning but scatter-brained master, based on characters created by P.G. Wodehouse.

Film Production - Main (TV Mini-Series)

34.
Tsunami, The Aftermath (2006)
Ensemble drama revolving around the deadly 2004 tidal wave which devastated Thailand's coastline.
35.
Magnificent Ambersons, The (2002) as Gaffer

Film Production - Main (TV Mini-Series)

36.
Scarlett (1994)
An eight-hour miniseries based on Alexandra Ripley's novel, "Scarlett," the sequel to "Gone With the Wind." Scarlett O'Hara travels to Ireland to be with family and escape the confusion of her rocky marriage to Rhett Butler.<P>Separated from Scarlett and seeking a divorce, Rhett is now pursued passi

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