RECOIL

After committing a bloody crime, Peter, a paramilitary, is confounded by a detective’s questioning. An answer might offer him redemption, but threatens to condemn him to prison. Does he know the answer and will he give it?

 

regia/director billy mccannon
sceneggiatura /screenplay
billy mccannon
fotografia/cinematographer
brendan maguire
montaggio/editing
brian truglio
musica / music
terry cromer
suono / sound
dolby a
cast / cast
keith mcerlean, bosco hogan
genere /genre
fiction
formato originale/original format
35mm – color
durata/running time
12’45’’
anno di produzione/year of production
2004
paese di produzione/country of production
irlanda / ireland
produzione/production
zanzibar films
distribuzione/distribution
network ireland televison

 

COURMAYEUR NOIR IN FESTIVAL
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After committing a bloody crime, Peter, a paramilitary, is confounded by a detective’s questioning. An answer might offer him redemption, but threatens to condemn him to prison. Does he know the answer and will he give it?

 

BILLY McCANNON

Billy McCannon is a film director and screenwriter. Originally from Galway, he graduated from DIT Communications (Film & Broadcasting) in 1984 and became a film industry trainee in the departments of editing and camera until being admitted to the director’s section. He has achieved credits in screenwriting and directing in both documentary and drama. He won an Arts Council Film Script Award in 1990 and his first film “That’s all Right” had the distinction of opening the Cork film Festival. His work has won plaudits at International Festivals and has been given cinema release in Ireland as well being broadcast by RTE, BBC and C4. He has lectured at DIT Aungier St. GMIT and currently in NCAD’s Portlaoise Prison Art Course.

 

2005 Recoil (corto, short) 1996 One more shot (corto, short) 1994 The last round (corto, short) 1991 There’s a Hole in the Ozone Layer Just (corto, short) 1989 That’s all right (corto, short)

 

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