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A DOG CALLED MONEY

Seamus Murphy
IE UK 2019    92'
⚬ Music 

Synopsis

As imaginative as the creative process it documents, A DOG CALLED MONEY is a uniquely intimate journey through the inspiration, writing and recording of a PJ Harvey record.

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Director

Seamus Murphy

Producers

Isabel Davis, Katie Holly, James Wilson, Seamus Murphy

Co-Producer

Evan Horan

Executive Producers

Thomas Benski, Marisa Clifford, Tim O’Shea, Jim Reeve, Laura Macara, Kieron J. Walsh, Brian Message, Sumit Bothra, Sebastian Gollek, Celine Haddad

Production Companies

Blinder Films, Pulse Films, JW Films

Cinematography

Seamus Murphy

Editor

Sebastian Gollek

Music

PJ Harvey

Sound

Seamus Murphy

Festivals

Berlinale 2019

CPH:Dox 2019

Thessaloniki DFF 2019

Visions du Réel 2019

Istanbul IFF 2019

Sydney FF 2019

DOK.fest München 2019

Sofia FF 2019

Sheffield Doc Fest 2019

Karlovy Vary 2019

Shanghai IFF 2019

Seattle IFF 2019

Sarajevo FF 2019

Melbourne IFF 2019

Mar Del Plata IFF 2019

 

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Film Details

Runtime 92'
Spoken Languages English
Production Countries Ireland, UK

Biography

Seamus Murphy is an award-winning photographer, filmmaker and author. His work has been published and exhibited widely and is in the collections of The Getty Museum Los Angeles, The Imperial War Museum, Stanford University, FRAC Auvergne. He has made films for Channel 4 Television in the UK and The New Yorker in the US. DARKNESS VISIBLE, a film he made about his photographic work in Afghanistan was nominated for an Emmy. He has made music films for musician PJ Harvey for her albums Let England Shake and The Hope Six Demolition Project. As a continuation of their artistic collaboration Murphy and Harvey collaborated on the book The Hollow of the Hand (Bloomsbury 2015). A DOG CALLED MONEY is a documentary of the creative process behind his project with Harvey, their working together in Kosovo, Afghanistan and Washington DC and the chronicling of the recording of the album inspired by their travels.

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