Gone

Paul returns to his hometown to find that his ex-lover has a child with another man. As old sparks reignite, jealousy and revenge lead to fatal consequences.

Written and Directed by Patrick Maxwell, Produced by Delwyn Mooney and Carla Mooney at Cardel Entertainment.

 

Starring Ryan Andrews, Niamh Algar, Dean Brown, IFTA winner Enda Oates, Sean Gormley and Conall Keating.

Filmed on location in Dublin on the Alexa camera with Cooke S4i primes.

Official Selection at Audi Dublin International Film Festival, London Short Film Festival, Aesthetica Short Film Festival and Kerry Film Festival.

Acquired by Shorts International in May 2017.

Runtime: 16 minutes 

Delicate Things

Blinded by grief, a man vows to avenge his wife’s killer. Only his young, sensitive son can save his dad from the enveloping darkness of revenge.

Directed by Patrick Maxwell, written by Maire Campbell, produced by Joan Burney Keatings MBE and with Aidan Gault as director of photography.

The film stars IFTA nominee Paula Malcomson (Hunger Games, Ray Donovan), IFTA nominee Ciaran McMenamin (Primeval), James Stockdale amd Roma Tomelty.

 

Filmed on location in Belfast on the Alexa camera with Panavision Primo Anamorphic prime lenses.

WINNER of the 'Outstanding Achievement in Filmmaking' award at Newport Beach Film Festival Los Angeles in 2016.

Official Selection at Cork Film Festival, Galway Film Fleadh, Irish Film Festival London, Irish Film Festival Boston, Dingle Film Festival and Newport Beach Film Festival LA.

Runtime: 17 minutes

Chancer

Having been in and out of prison, Ryan promises his girlfriend and daughter that he's out for good this time. Old habits die hard.

 

Directed by Patrick Maxwell, written by Maire Campbell, produced by Joan Burney Keatings MBE and with Aidan Gault as director of photography.

The film stars Diarmuid Noyes, Barbra Adair, Aisling Groves McKeown, Conor MacNeill, Paul Kennedy and Maggie Cronin.

 

Filmed on location in Belfast on the Alexa camera with Cooke S4i primes.

WINNER ‘Judges Special Mention for lead actor Diarmuid Noyes’ at the Richard Harris International Film Festival 2017.

Official Selection at Belfast Film Festival and Richard Harris International Film Festival.

Runtime: 24 minutes

 



A married woman seeks a new lease of life when she
encounters a young grocers assistant. However, the revelation that he is betraying his partner, as she is hers, results in something unexpected, and far more fulfilling.

Directed and co-produced by Patrick Maxwell, co-produced by Donna Sennett and with Gareth Tillson as director of photography.

Filmed on location in Sydney on Super 16mm.

Official Selection at Maryland Film Festival and Guest Short at ShortCutz London.

Runtime: 8 minutes

Mrs. Wright

Time to Stand, A Stones Throw & Pushed

A trilogy of short films focusing on bullying, rioting and drug use.

 

Funded by the Council for the Curriculum, Examinations and Assessment to serve as teaching resources in schools across Northern Ireland.

Directed by Patrick Maxwell, written by Maire Campbell and produced by Cinemagic.

Respite

Glenn is haunted by the loss of his son to epilepsy, the stress of which he believes induced his cancer. Filmed at his hospital bedside, it is an intimate portrait of a man finally being honest with himself.

Directed, produced and filmed by Patrick Maxwell.

Filmed on location in Sydney.



Official Selection at Maryland Film Festival, Kerry Film Festival and Filmstock International Film Festival.

Runtime: 5 minutes