Notes from McCann Interview


According to the Marian Finucane interview with Kevin McCann, (Saturday, 9/05/15),  the actors are being told January-February for filming.  He is still pursuing apprx $1.2 million for the production, but seems undeterred.  Work continues.  And, as we know from ‘Island’, persistence can win the day!

The interview can be heard at the link provided on the previous post.


4 comments on “Notes from McCann Interview

  1. That would certainly make for a very tight post-production time frame if they want a St. Patrick’s Day release.

    Hopefully they can get all their funding in place. It would be a shame if they weren’t able to.


    • Release dates can be easily changed to accommodate changes in production schedules. It may be disappointing, but it’s more disappointing to fail to produce the film. With the efforts to date and the interest so far generated, I believed this film WILL get done. 🙂 2016 is a long year, it will still be a Centenary release.

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  2. Twosocks says:

    You both said what I was thinking. I would rather they take whatever time is needed and make an exceptional production. I had thought the original idea was to release it around Easter. Perhaps they had some qualms about that. And even if it takes another year, that would be okay. I do think this is important history, and we here wouldn’t have a problem with, say, a film about the battle of Lexington being released on some date that didn’t coincide with the actual battle date.

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  3. leahluna55 says:

    Agree with all of you!
    We also should consider the actors’ schedules and commitments with other films. I think for Colin is very convenient, because TLAD will be finished by December, and then The Fall.
    I have faith they will do it, and as you said Suntse, “2016 is a very long year”. 🙂

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