Wednesday, February 8, 2012
As Above :: So Below Premiere in Cork Opera House
In June last year (2011) four artists and a few dozen spectators clambered down 88 steps into the murky depths of the Mitchelstown Caves for what can only be described as a unique night of entertainment.
Myles O'Reilly was one such cave dweller that Summer and the Irish film maker, aka Juno Falls - no stranger to the Irish music scene himself, just happened to have his trusty camera with him on both nights.
The three times iMTV award winner (Best Irish Director' in 2010, Video of The Year and Best Female Video in 2011) has amassed a wealth of beautiful footage in a relatively short space of time including Icelandic melody magicians Amiina's performance at Dun Laoghaire's 2010 Festival of World Cultures, Kentuckian songsmith Daniel Martin Moore and Conor O'Brien's Ivor Novello award winning Villagers.
"Myles O' Reilly is the finest music documentarian Ireland has right now"
- The Irish Independant
"Myles O'Reilly is an Irish director of exquisite live music films...No other director makes you feel like you're right there at a gig"
- The Irish Times
As Above :: So Below, the resulting film/documentary from the expedition into "The Cave" featuring Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh, Lisa Hannigan, Duke Special and James Vincent McMorrow is set to be premiered at Cork Opera House on Thursday, 16th February and, wouldn't you know it, The G-Man has two tickets to give away.
To stand a chance of winning tickets simply like the official facebook page* and post a reply to the corresponding facebook post here*. The reply should contain your name followed by a strange venue where you would someday like to see a gig e.g. John Murphy - I would like to see a gig in space.
The winner will be announced on Monday.
*Non-facebookers simply stick your details and answer down below as a comment
- 'As Above :: So Below' will be screened for the first time ever in Cork Opera House at 8pm on Thurs, Feb 16th
- Tickets are priced at €12 and can be purchased at www.corkoperahouse.ie or from the box office
- Other short films/docs of O'Reilly's work will also be screened on the night