Treekeeper on DVD & Bluray

The independent Irish feature film ‘Tree Keeper’ will be released by Southernman Films on DVD and Blu-ray on the 1st of November 2012 and as a HD Download on November 21st.

The DVD, Blu-ray and HD Download will be available to buy directly from the Tree Keeper website, and the DVD will be for sale in Plug’d Records in the Triskel in Cork city centre.

‘Tree Keeper’ is the debut feature from writer/director Patrick O’Shea and stars James Browne (Strength and Honor, Ealú), Pascal Scott (Grabbers, Killinaskully) and Charlie Ruxton (Titanic: Blood & Steel, Into the West).
A Double Bill Premiere

A Double Bill Premiere

Two new short films from Cork based directors to get their première in The Pavilion, Carey’s Lane, Cork on the 23rd of May, 9pm.

Cork based directors Dan O’Connell and Seán Breathnach from Egomotion, will première their latest short movies in The Pav on the 23rd of May. This is a free event which will be followed by a short Q & A with both directors aimed at anyone who is interested in learning more about the films, or about film making in Cork.

First up is ‘Searching For Ten’, written and directed by Seán Breathnach and beautifully shot by cinematographer Páraic English. It features performances from a host of talent including James Browne (Tree Keeper), Irma Mali (Breakeven – The Script), Pascal Scott (Grabbers, Intermission) and Ruth Hayes (Th3 Room). Shot on location in Cork and Waterford, the short film follows the journey of a chick lit author who is desperately searching for a 10 out of 10 book review, a goal that both drives him and frustrates him. He wants the perfect book review, and he will do anything to get it.

Entirely self funded, ‘Twinkle Toes’ is the latest offering from director Dan O’Connell, produced by Frank Hurley with cinematography by Jason Keane. The film features the acting talents of Mary-Louise McCarthy (Penny, Tunnel), Frank Hurley (Baby Boots, I Remember) and introduces Clara Harte and James Murray. Shot entirely on location in Cork, ‘Twinkle Toes’ is the gruesome story of an enduring friendship even in times of extreme darkness. When two childhood friends find themselves injured and hunted they must stick together at all costs.

Dan O’Connell is writer/director and the co-founder of Egomotion, a Cork based film-making community and production company. His films range from documentary (Rock with your Cork Out, Letting Mr. Blue Sky In! – Flashmob) to drama (I Remember, Voices) but more recently he has focused on the horror genre. His previous film ‘Baby Boots’ featured in Cork Film Festival, Cannes – Court Metráge and Schull Fastnet Film Festival. Dan likes to surround himself with talent and learns more and more on each project big or small.

Seán Breathnach is an Irish film director, writer and editor. His films have been screened in festivals worldwide, including Cork, East London, North Carolina, New Jersey, Maine and Galway. He is currently writing feature film scripts and comedy shows. He continues to produce short films and music videos.

Egomotion is an online film-making community based in Cork which exists to promote local film and video production. It also provides an online forum where members can meet each other, discuss ideas, and put together teams for film production. Egomotion also produces short films, and has an excellent record on the global film festival circuit, having films shown in Cannes, Nevermore (U.S.A.), East London Film festival, Cork Film Festival, Galway Film Festival, Waterford Film Festival and many more.

You can check out and for more or check out the trailers for both films below:

Site relaunch

Site relaunch

You may notice a few changes around the site!

We are currently working on upgrading our blog and forum themes so the whole thing should tie in a bit better over the coming weeks, so please bare with us through this transition.

Welcome to the new look egomotion,the home page has been completey redsigned from the ground up featuring articles both from our blog and also from our forum, So basically you guys decide what goes on our home page!

You may also notice the new swanky article slider on the top, This is our new featured content area and we hope to bring new exiting feature to the website over the coming months.

Make sure and check out the behind the scenes exclusive footage of Tree Keeper, theres lots more to check out and hopefully lots more to come. Feel your film is worth getting on to our home page, let us know about it and well try to accommodate, Got a 5min making of doc that you would like us to feature let us know!

Have Fun,


Small Nuggets of News

Well , Few things ye may be interested in , Short and sweet

1 Corks very own state of the art Drive in movie theatre !! YaY . Anyone wanna go see Pulp Fiction on the 18th ? check out their website


The Jameson Dublin International Film Festival (JDIFF) in partnership with Bord Scannán na hÉireann/The Irish Film Board (IFB) are delighted to present UNTITLED: a unique comedy screenwriting competition where writers can win €12,000 towards the development of their film.

follow the link for the full scoop

New Blog Coming soon

Time to refresh, add a bit of sparkle and magic back to the egomotion site, time to update the galleries, screening room and overall site.

Now i just gotta find the time…

Cork Cineclub Kicks off!

Hey everyone,
Just letting ye all know there is a screening this Thursday (8th April 2010) night at 8pm, get there earlier as seats are limited. The nights feature is The Shout: 

Idyllic Devon locations. Hot, liquid afternoons; a game of cricket watched by ‘mad’ trees, the air punctuated by the cries of peacocks and a terrifying story of a man from the outback, who exercised the right to kill his children and who can kill anyone with the Terror Shout. A man (Alan Bates) who infiltrates the lives of a couple who live in a remote cottage by a rocky coast. A man who takes the wife (Susannah York) as his own property leaving the husband (John Hurt) utterly powerless, until he finds the man’s soul trapped in a pebble. The shout itself …truly disturbing. The ending brings both the story and the the cricket game together in spectacular fashion. At the close of play, you realize you’ve witnessed a straight horror story that is grounded in mundane reality.

Should be a good one.