No Mean City (2015) has been selected to screen as part of TULCA 2015 curated by Dublin based writer, art historian and independent curator Mary Cremin. The future of the global …Continue reading →
The Future is Self-Organised is an exhibition at Limerick City Gallery of Art that looks at artist-led practice and the role and contribution of artist-run spaces to contemporary art, culture …Continue reading →
Late October last year I began a residency programme at the Liaison of Independent Film Makers of Toronto LIFT. The resulting film No Mean City is screening this September at the …Continue reading →
Missing Green (2013) is screening at the Prinzessinnengärten (Princess gardens) Berlin on August 10th as part of a curated film programme ‘On the history of social housing with land settlement’ …Continue reading →
Phoenix Rising: Art and Civic Imagination exhibition and film screenings explored the current place of civic ideals in urban life and contemporary art practice. It references Dublin’s 1914 Civic Exhibition …Continue reading →
I joined The Liaison of Independent Filmmakers of Toronto (LIFT) last October to work on my project No Mean City. The Liaison of Independent Filmmakers of Toronto (LIFT) is Canada’s …Continue reading →
The Radharc Awards for television documentary films in the tradition of Radharc were presented on Wednesday afternoon 22nd October 2014 at a lunch in the Stillorgan Park Hotel Dublin. Missing …Continue reading →
The Irish Architecture Foundation invited my film Missing Green to screen at this years Open House – the theme is – Learning Through Buildings. The screening on Saturday 18th of October is followed …Continue reading →
I am delighted to announce that I have been awarded a residential studio at The Firestation Artists’ Studios. This residency will begin in 2015. Fire Station provides subsidised combined living …Continue reading →
Pallas Projects & Common Ground present Anne Maree Barry—Missing Green Thursday 19th June 2014 Screening & panel discussion 3.45–5.30pm Preview 6–8pm The exhibition, a collaborative initiative of Pallas Projects & …Continue reading →
After screening in Paris at Gaité Lyrique and Palais de Tokyo, Missing Green was selected to screen at Haus der Kulteren der Welt, Berlin as part of Les Rencontres Internationales. …Continue reading →
Missing Green was selected to screen at this years Les Rencontres Internationales, at Gaîté Lyrique and Palais de Tokyo. My initial research involved The Situationists and the notion of dérive …Continue reading →
My research interests and ideas for ‘Missing Green’ in an interview with Steven Galvin of Film Ireland. Full interview link – here Can you tell me about the origin and …Continue reading →
Missing Green features in the September issue of Totally Dublin. The film will premiere at Stranger Than Fiction Documentary Festival. Thanks to former editor Daniel Gray for featuring my film.
‘Missing Green’ will have its premiere screening at the Irish Film Institute (IFI) Dublin at the Stranger Than Fiction Documentary Festival September 28th at 2pm. I spoke about some of …Continue reading →
Commissioned by The LAB, Foley Street, Dublin. Design by Clare Lynch. Living in Rialto, an area of South Dublin undergoing a regeneration process after many years of urban neglect, the …Continue reading →
The final shoot for Missing Green took place in and around Cork Street on February 27th. Many locals presumed we were shooting for the successful TV show Love/Hate. Cast and …Continue reading →
Property has its duties as well as its rights.
Missing Green is a researched based film. Following on from Rialto Twirlers (2010) it captures the changing architecture of Dublin 8. For more info watch a teaser here.
For a year I was privileged to hang out with the dance troupe The Rialto Twirlers. I had lived in Rialto for 4 years and used to see girls walking …Continue reading →
I made Crag Hill (2009) here.
This church reminds me of the architecture seen in Still Films ‘Build Something Modern’.
Dutch Billy Housing in Amsterdam, with disco ball.
When I was in Berlin, I cycled through Neukölln to see Bruno Taut’s ‘Hufeisensiedlung’. It is an early example of estate type housing. In 1924 Taut was hired to direct GEHAG – …Continue reading →