Thursday 14 February 2013

Always let the other person speak first

When a high powered career woman is asked on a romantic date by her boyfriend, she decides to end their relationship there and then. Not content to let her man down gently, she goes in all guns blazing, prepared even to vent her spleen, but is she really prepared for the outcome?

Lucky Escape is a four-minute short, which was written, produced, and directed by Shane McCabe, and shot in one day on location in Rathfarnham Village, Dublin. Although shot in Dublin with an all-Irish cast and crew, the movie sets out to explore a universal theme.

Featuring Vanessa Keogh (Veronica Guerin, The Clinic, Fair City, The Tudors) and José Mantero (Bitterness, Fair City, Hooligans, 3 Crosses, WC), the movie sets out to examine the age old saying that we should always look before we leap. It aims to tell a simple tale, using a three act structure, making the audience believe one thing at the start of the film, but see the complete opposite by the end.


Uploaded on Sep 13, 2011 by ScreenDirectorsGuild

IMDb: Shane McCabe
Probable Cause (Script 2010): Writer, Director: Shane McCabe Films
The Base (Script 2009): Writer, Director: Fernlief Productions
Next Of Kin (Script 2008): Writer: Shane McCabe Films
Breakthrough (Script 2010): Writer: Shane McCabe Films
Lucky Escape (2007): Writer/Director/Producer: Shane McCabe Films
Never Judge a Book (2005): Writer: Trinity Films
Veronica Guerin (2003): Actor: Jerry Bruckheimer Films

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Shane McCabe was born in Dublin, Ireland in 1963, and graduated with an honors degree from Trinity Collage, Dublin in 1991. After working for several years in Central Europe, Shane returned home to study acting, enrolling in the Gaiety School of Acting, Dublin and has been involved in the industry for a number of years now. Working on the 2003 Joel Schumacher movie, "Veronica Guerin" inspired him to go on to write and produce, and he has to date written six features and numerous shorts. His entry in the Touch Film Festival can be viewed Here.

His short film, "Lucky Escape" had its North American Premiere at the 2007 Rhode Island International Film Festival, and went on to screen at numerous International Short Film Festivals, including LA Shorts 2007 and Palm Springs 2008 where it was picked up for distribution by Premium Films for all of Latin America and by Network Ireland, who have since sold it to NBC Universal, (Italy), and, Click Here.

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