Barnardos Short Film to air on TV tomorrow

Haunting music by James McMorrow. The song deserves to be number 1.

The short film is based on the real stories of those Barnardos work with. Names changed and actors used obviously. Read the stories on

6 Responses to “Barnardos Short Film to air on TV tomorrow”

  1. Superb piece of filmmaking. It probably would be better without the voice over at the end. Text and continued music would have gotten the message across just as easily and might have been even more powerful. But that’s just my opinion. Great work all the same! Haunting images and music. It will stick in the mind for some time to come.

  2. Joe Scanlon says:

    Saw this clip shortly after reading
    A reality check after the fun times of the weekend.

  3. The reality is more grubby and depressing than any film fit for TV could portray. Thanks for sharing Damien.

  4. McAWilliams says:

    Ronan you hit the nail on the head, dont worry the ad agency have done a version for cinema with no voiceover on the end! For TV though I think voiceover does help get you back to the message again.

  5. Tim says:

    Love that tune from James McMorrow alright and ad definitely grabs your attention.
    James is playing the Sugar Club on the 16th of Dec if you want to catch him live.