Saturday, March 13, 2010

London town

so i did'nt even know about this until some friends said they were going ...hopefully some london based folks will see this and go along tommorow!

i had a nice time at the Q+A tonight, thanks to everyone who braved the horrendous wind and rain to make it down to village east for the screening.

Its still a kick to see the posters and stuff up in New York!


  1. Thank you so much for making such a beautiful movie. I'm so excited to hear that your next is going to be the Seal Wife - that's one of my favorite folk stories & I've long thought that if I were a cartoonist, that's a tale I would love to make an animated film of.

    It was lovely that they found such a beautiful auditorium for the movie!

  2. I went to see this on Saturday and loved it so much! <3

  3. Also showing in the Tricycle cinema in Kilburn North London next Saturday -

  4. Super nice to have met you late Saturday afternoon! Really enjoyed the show and especially the Q&A. That was my second time seeing the film, and I enjoyed it even more than the first.
    I really admire how you have revived an ancient aesthetic and created a unique look for Irish animation- It reflects extremely well and is certainly something for Ireland to be proud of-
    Best to you and your team on the new project, and thanks for stopping by New York and sharing your insights with us.

  5. Hey Tomm and crew,

    HAPPY ST. PATRICK'S DAY to you all! :)