Bandit Films

Contact: Johnny Gogan
Address: Killanumery, Dromahair, Co. Leitrim, Ireland
Tel: +353(0)719134900
Email: johnnygogan@gmail.com
Web: www.banditfilms.ie

 

JOHNNY GOGAN/Bandit Films 

Johnny Gogan’s third feature film Black Ice, with Jane McGrath and Killian Scott (Love/Hate),  goes on national release in June. The Bandit Films production is being co-produced by Nicky Gogan and Trevor Curran of Still Films. This will conclude a busy year which saw completion and broadcast of the adaptation from the Seamus Heaney text Sweeney Astray of the short film Astray and the launch of studionorthwest.tv

Johnny Gogan is writer-director of fifteen shorts, documentaries and fictions, including the award-winning feature films The Last Bus Home and Mapmaker. He runs his own company Bandit Films (www.banditfilms.ie est 1989) which has also been the producer/development producer of his documentary and fiction work. In 1987 he was the founding editor for Film Base of Film Ireland/Film Base News magazine . He was a driving force in the early years of Film Base. More recent innovations have included Cinema North West (www.cinemanorthwest.com) which he first chaired in 2005-2007 and again in 2010-2011. In 2005 he established the Adaptation Film Festival for Cinema North West. The festival celebrates the contribution of literature to cinema. He recently initiated Studio North West, a cluster of film companies and practitioners based in the north west committed to developing the film industry in the region. In 2009 he was appointed to the seven member board of The Irish Film Board/An Bord Scannán na hÉireann and has recently completed his term.

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Bandit Films Drama CV Reel


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FILMOGRAPHY

Black Ice (2013) Feature film co-written with Brian Leyden in post-production. Release in Cinemas June 2013
Astray (2011) Short film commission for Creative Sligo. Broadcast on RTE Shortscreen Nov 2012
Homeland (2011) tv Hour documentary for TG4 and County Leitrim PEACE III. Broadcast on TG4 Sept 2011
Na Coisithe (2010) tv hour documentary for TG4 and BAI
The Scaffolder Falls (2009) Short animated film for Arts Council.
The Adventures of Flannery (2008) Feature Art Documentary for Arts Council
Building On The Edge (2006) TV architecture doco for prime time RTE broadcastx2
Hamilton Has Gone (2004) Short music film from song by Johnny Gogan
The Chalk Up (2003) Short film directed by Frank Conway *
Amused As Hell (2002) Music Video for Cathal Coughlan.
Mapmaker (2001-2) Writer/Director/Co-producer of Feature Film for Arte Cinema, TV3, IFB, NIFTVC
Successful release in Ireland by Eclipse on 5 prints. International Festivals include Seattle, Montreal, Mannheim. Irish broadcast x2 TV3. Special Jury Prize Amiens.
An Fear A Phléasc – Dir/Prod Arts Documentary profile of writer Mícheál ÓConghaile for TG4
Pobal Agus Pléaráca(1998) Dir/Prod prime -time Arts Doc for RTE and TG4
Last Bus Home (1997) Feature film Writer/Dir/Co-producer. Finance by WDR, RTE, Beyond Films, IFB
Best Film award at Cherbourg Festival of British and Irish Cinema. French cinema release 1998
International Festivals include Fort Lauderdale, Montreal, Galway, Mannheim, Brussels.
Irish Cinema and DVD release of The Last Bus Home in Ireland (1999)
The Bargain Shop (1993) writer/director/co-prod Teleplay commissioned by ZDF-Arte, RTE.
Stephen (1990) Writer/Director/Producer 20 minute Debut short. Winner Galway Film Fleadh.
Cinema release in Ireland with Jane Campion’s “Sweetie”.
Multiple broadcasts on RTE. Sold to ZDF-Arte

All projects written, directed and produced/co-produced by Johnny Gogan except *

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