Institute of Art Design + Technology
Dún Laoghaire

Moira-Rose Kennedy 

Design for Stage + Screen

Moira-Rose is a production designer who is passionate about film, theatre and art. Gaining invaluable experience from working on projects in collaboration with the NFS and Kino Eyes. She worked as production designer on a short film called How To Skin a Cheeta directed by Meghan O'Shaughnessy which was awarded the national student award at Catalyst Film Festival.

Bo Chaointe

For my major I chose to create a short film centered around a fisherman being stalked by the Banshee. I firstly created my overall design, then story boarded the film and then filmed the piece in Portumna and on Lough Derg ,Galway.
This is a story of a fisherman hearing the Banshees call while out fishing on a large lake in the midlands in Ireland, he begins to hear the call but shakes it quickly fades. Shaking it off believing it to be his imagination he heads home. Once home he starts to believe he was followed by what he heard. His world begins to turn upside down and he looses touch with reality.