'cutbacks' news - Jan 2011 to June 2011
June 2011 - 'leitronium' Short Film in Galway!
The new cutbacks short film 'leitronium' starring Mister Seamus Heaney as a wily detective, has been accepted for the 2011 Galway Film Fleadh.
June 2011 - Jedward most popular 'cutbacks' stars
Jedward are proving to be the most popular cutbacks stars, closely followed by Gaddafi and Enda Kenny... See cutbacks stars for the update...
May 2011 - New 'cutbacks' Short Films
Two new short films, starring the characters from the 'cutbacks' internet series have reached the 'rough cut' stage and are already being sent out to Film Festivals. Fingers Crossed! Also, development of a feature-length 'cutbacks' project has begun.
read more at http://www.cutbacks.ie/news.html
May 2011 - Cutbacks Article in Tipperary Star!
The Tipperary Star published a half page article on the 'cutbacks' project to coincide with Jedward's Eurovision appearance. The film mentions the upcoming 'cutbacks' short films and the plans for a feature-length project.
the article is available at...
May 2011 - cutbacks Jedward on RTE!
The cutbacks Jedwards appeared on RTE2, Thursday 12th of May in 'OMG - it's Eurovision!', an Animo Production to coincide with the buildup to the 2011 Eurovision Semi Final. The programme was watched by over 250,000 avid Jedward fans!
OMG OMG, it was wonderful! Darren Smith from Animo commented... 'Thanks again for letting us use the clips, I think they really added to the programme!'
31st March 2011 - TV3 Morning Show Interview
Thanks to Sybil Mulcahy and Richard Stearn (producer) for an excellent 6 minute interview on TV3's Morning Show, including lots of plugs for the 'cutbacks' series and some ringing endorsements 'no one is safe from this man'...
The interview was filmed in Barley Film's Dun Laoghaire studio (thanks to Barry O' Donohue of Barley). The interview is available online at
scroll forwards to 23 minutes and 24 seconds...
Sarkozy and Gaddafi are the latest additions to the cutbacks cast.
As we plough through the most boring election in Irish history, 'cutbacks' following is growing, with increased viewing numbers, subscriptions and comments. Thanks to all supporters for your enthusiasm and encouragement! New 'cutnacks' characters include Michael Noonan, Eamonn Gilmore and Vincent Browne.
We're doing what we can to push 'cutbacks' towards film and TV, with some expressions of interest from IFB, RTE, TV3 and DCTV. It's going to take time, even if DT Finn wants it to happen immediately!Feb 2011 - Allan Cavanagh Guest Blogpost
Thanks to Allan Cavanagh for his efforts in pushing 'cutbacks' over the past few weeks. He invited DT Finn to contribute a few words on a guest Blog Spot with this kind intro...
This is a guest post by DT Finn, who's doing some brilliant stopmotion satire on his YouTube channel. I asked him to explain a little about the process of making the clips.
read the blog at...