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‘Be Lucky’ is a film celebrating London slang. Loaded with humorous insults and exchanges, it includes everything from Cockney to Street slang throughout the last five decades. This film packed with 94 slang phrases, is sure to educate and entertain people in London and beyond. The basic plot is based on gossip about a couple who were thrown out of the local boozer. Jenny Keogh & Jonathon Green (linguist and author of the Oxford slang dictionaries) have combined their skills to bring the written slang dictionary to life. This film aims to preserve London slang of the past whilst highlighting slang used today. Slang is forever evolving and in itself is a language, created by people for the people.

As a follow up to 'Three Little Words' this is a 10-minute film where participants expand on why the Marriage Equality Referendum result will matter so much to them.

The people of Ireland voted on the Marriage Equality Referendum on Friday 22nd May 2015. Both sides had been debating the issues and canvassing for months, so with voting day looming, I asked some LGBT people how the result of the referendum would effect them and to describe how each outcome in three words.  

'Story Bud?' by Jenny Keogh is the first in a series of short films celebrating the Hiberno-English language. This unique 2-minute film, featuring Dubliners, captures how the Irish speak English, from old sayings and slang to everyday phrases. Simple but effective in its filming style, it both entertains and educates, with some basic translation for beginners. It was greatly received on Youtube with over 130,00 views and has featured in many film festivals since and won the Consulate of Ireland Award at the Chicago Irish Film Festival, for it's contribution to Irish culture and heritage.

'How's About Ye?' is the follow up to 'Story Bud?' and is a short film celebrating phrases and slang from the four provinces of Ireland featuring eight counties.

‘Are ya Startin?’ is a bonus video to 'Story Bud?'. Loaded with humorous insults and lively exchanges, there isn't a dull moment when it comes to the wrath of the Irish. Featuring people from Dublin, Cork, Louth, Tipperary, Meath and Armagh.

Out of the Mouths of Babes is a series produced for  VIEW Temple Bar Politics, Arts and Ideas Festival 2016. In each 2-minute film, a group of nine kids express their views on Money, Politics, Science & Art.


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