Drumcondra Triangle - stories from a Dublin suburb
Tune in: RTE1 28 Dec at 8pm
Drumcondra Triangle - Stories from a Dublin suburb is the debut documentary film by director Clíona O’Flaherty.
Drumcondra triangle is one of Dublin’s oldest housing estates comprising of nearly 600 houses built in one year in 1928. The estate was built in response to the need for good housing as many in Dublin were living in tenement buildings.
The documentary follows some of its very early residents and explores the sense of community and the changes experienced by them both personally and collectively over the last 90 years.
This is a gentle thought provoking documentary accompanied by the beautiful music of Rónán Hession throughout and was funded by the Croke Park Community Fund
Directed and Produced by Cliona O'Flaherty
Director of Photography: Niall O'Connor
Edited: by Robert Hegarty
Music: Ronán Hession (Mumblin Deaf Ro)
Sound: Dean Murray and Oisín Callihan
Graphic Design: Annie Atkins
Soundmix: Gorilla Post Production
Post Production: Piranha Bar
Made possible with funding from The Croke Park Community Fund