Feature documentary about Irish blues guitarist Rory Gallagher.
Ghost Blues investigates the timeless qualities of the "Gentleman", his music and the unique approach of this authentic guitar hero. His contribution to rock music has had a significant impact on both musicians and music fans around the world, despite his untimely death at the age of 47.
Trailer for TV series 'Spirit of Music' featuring Irish artists Mundy, Cathy Davey, Jack L, Colin Devlin and Shane MacGowan of the Pogues.
Filmed and Directed by Ian Thuillier & Tanya Reihill
Produced by Laneway Films
DRIVEN is a short film set in contemporary Ireland. It is the story of THOMAS, a man in his 40s, whose apartment is going to be repossessed by the banks. Upon hearing this news from his bank manager, we go on a journey with Thomas as he spends his last night at home in his apartment, and eventually he decides to make a stand, against the banks and the government.
Renowned Irish actor PHELIM DREW, son of Irish musician Ronnie Drew plays the lead role of Thomas.
Director Ian Thuillier is best known for his three feature documentaries -- Darkroom 2003, Ladies & Gentlemen Gavin Friday 2010 and Ghost Blues -- Rory Gallagher 2010. DRIVEN is his first fiction film.
Filmed in Salvador, Brazil, 'Why So Sad' is taken from Bipolar Empire's debut album 'Feel That You Own It'.
Directed and edited by Ian Thuillier.
Producer: Suzanne Doyle
Mixed & Co-Produced: Lance Hogan
Mastered: Aidan Foley at Masterlabs
Directed by Ian Thuillier
'Home' appears on the debut album 'Rising TIde' available here;
Hear more at; http://robertdelaneymusic.com/
Documentary for Arts Lives Television series about the life and work of my brother, fine art photographer Harry Thuillier jnr.
Best Documentary Award - Boston Irish Film Festival
Best New Talent Nomination - IFTA Awards