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05 Dec 2021

Movie stars in the making

Congratulations to the students of Midland Drama Schools who featured recently in a film directed by filmmaker Oonagh Kearney on her project called Wonder House, an arts documentary about the imaginative process behind scientific enquiry shot in Charleville Castle, Tullamore, Co Offaly and was premiered at the Jameson International Film Festival in Dublin, early this year.

Congratulations to the students of Midland Drama Schools who featured recently in a film directed by filmmaker Oonagh Kearney on her project called Wonder House, an arts documentary about the imaginative process behind scientific enquiry shot in Charleville Castle, Tullamore, Co Offaly and was premiered at the Jameson International Film Festival in Dublin, early this year.

Congrats also to their teacher Lorraine Wynne on their success, when asked Lorraine Director of Midland Drama Schools said “I was approached by Oonagh Kearney and film crew for us to provide them with actors for their film. It was a privilage to be asked and especially when our students were the most featured throughout. This film is being promoted thoughout Ireland and I’m very proud of my very talented budding actors who have a very bright carreer ahead of them.”

The young stars are: Molly Flynn, Ally McLoughlin, Faye McLoughlin, Ross McLoughlin, Emily Rose Johnson, Joy Cloonan, Aisling Britten, Katie Daly, Ciara Bell, Chloe Healy,

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