Filmmaker By Heart
About This Show
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I am a "Filmmaker By Heart" and I love talking about movies and how they shape me as a person and storyteller. I will be covering movies as far back as the 70's and from when I was born in the mid-80's, all genres, good and bad movies!
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Filmmaker & Actor since 2010
Actor (BRACKENMORE - Amazon Prime)
Screen Director (SINEATER - Shorts TV)
Writer/Producer (CON - FeatureFilm)
YouTube Creator & Creative Video Production (Bertie Brosnan Creative)
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Most Recent Episode
My Childhood & Trading Places
Nov 9, 2017
**my normal mic wasn't available as I was on the go!**
Narrated & edited by Bertie Brosnan
In this series I will delve into the very films that shaped me as a person and filmmaker, they began my crusade to become a storyteller. These podcasts are not movie reviews but more experiential recalling. I am interested in how films impact culture and people including myself.
Trading Places is a 1983 American comedy film directed by John Landis, starring Dan Aykroyd and Eddie Murphy. It tells the story of an upper-class commodities broker and a homeless street hustler whose lives cross paths when they are unknowingly made part of an elaborate bet. Ralph Bellamy, Don Ameche, Denholm Elliott, and Jamie Lee Curtis also star. The storyline is often called a modern take on Mark Twain's classic 19th-century novel The Prince and the Pauper.
More info about Bertie:
Bertie is most known for writing, producing, directing and starring in his feature film 'Con'. His last two short films: 'Sineater' & 'Jacob Wrestling With The Angel' had critical acclaim with both reaching 'Cannes Short Film Corner' in consecutive years and receiving over a dozen 'Official Selections' at international film festivals earning many nominations and winning a Cinematography award. Recently, both films were distributed globally through 'Shorts TV'.
Bertie started out working and training as an actor in Cork City with the 'Gaiety School of Acting' and on some small independent short films. He has also trained part-time at the Stella Adler Studio in Los Angeles, Lee Strasberg studio in West Hollywood and Improv Olympic Hollywood. Bertie worked his way up to bigger films such as 'Guerrilla' which was produced by Dunsany Productions and then got his first role on TV with Sterling Productions on the hit show called 'Maru' which aired on TG4. Bertie went on to work with Sterling Productions one more time before jetting off for America where he trained as an actor and filmmaker. He auditioned in LA for some TV shows and got his break on a very successful independent Horror film called 'Chemical 13.'
From there Bertie worked with mainly the same people throughout the rest of his stay in America and shot two more films in which he wrote one called 'Oh The Accent!' which aired on Planet 3 TV. Bertie returned to Ireland and was cast as the lead in 'Meteor commercial', and he got to writing 'Jacob Wrestling With The Angel' in which he produced and directed also. He wRead more »
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