#IrishFilm: Watch the new trailer for Lost & Found ahead of Dingle festival screening
A new trailer has been released for Irish writer/director Liam O Mochain’s third feature film Lost & Found, which will screen on February 23rd at the 2018 Dingle International Film Festival.
This latest screening comes after appearances at IndieCork and a sold-out premiere at the Galway Film Fleadh.
Lost & Found is a feature film with 7 interconnecting stories set in and around a lost & found office of an Irish train station. All segments are inspired by true stories, share a theme of something lost or found, and characters that come in and out of each other’s lives. It was filmed over 5 years and completed in April 2017.
We are delighted to screen at Dingle. It is a great film festival with a strong interest and commitment to film and animation from Ireland and all over the World. We are also pleased to launch the trailer for the film ahead of it’s screening at Dingle and its’ Irish cinema release in the coming months. Ciara Brophy and the post production team at Screen Scene did a fantastic job on the trailer and I look forward to people watching it.
The cast, crew and post team were great to work with. They were very dedicated to the film and kept coming back every year to work on the next segment. It took 5 years because of the scale of the film and was funded independently.
Liam O Mochain, Writer/Director
The ensemble cast includes Norma Sheahan (Moone Boy), Liam Carney (Red Rock), Aoibhin Garrihy (The Fall), Anthony Morris (Games of Thrones), Seamus Hughes (Jimmy’s Hall), Liam O Mochain (WC), Brendan Conroy (Vikings), Barbara Adair (Grabbers), Sean Flanagan (Foil Arms & Hog), Tom O Suilleabhain (Maze), Olga Wehrly (The Clinic), Diarmuid Noyes (Borgia), Lynette Callaghan (Cold Feet), Daniel Costelloe (Albert Nobbs) and Donncha Crowley (Fr. Ted).
The creative team behind Lost & Found are O Mochain, producer Bernie Grummell (WC, The Book That Wrote Itself), DoP Fionn Comerford (Vikings, Roy), production designer David Wilson (Omagh, Some Mothers Son), sound Niall O’Sullivan (Frank) & Philippe Faujas (Pure Mule), make up & hair Caoimhe Arrigan (Death of a President), editor Ciara Brophy (Oscar nominated The Crush, Savage Eye) and composer Richie Buckley (WC, The General).