Writer and actor Mark O'Halloran is well known for his work in films like 'Adam & Paul', 'Garage' and the TV Series 'Prosperity'. He joined Ryan in studio to talk about his latest play 'Conversations After Sex'.
On today's Hooked On with Fionnuala Jay, actor and screenwriter Mark O’Halloran (Adam & Paul, Rialto) has been the go-to guy when it comes to conducting big interviews at the Virgin Media Dublin International Film Festival, and this year is no different, as Mark has been asked to chair a special interview with Oscar-winning filmmaker Steve McQueen (12 Years A Slave). In this wide-ranging interview Mark talks about the work of Steve McQueen along with his own trajectory in the film industry.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
We can't physically travel right now but there is nothing to stop us armchair travel day-dreaming. This is a personal episode as I'm interviewing fellow Clareman and old friend Mark O’Halloran. Mark is an Irish actor, playwright and screenwriter of great renown. He recently won two IFTA's for Best screenplay for Rialto and Best Supporting Actor for the Virtues. Mark has written and starred in many great films including Adam & Paul, which is a movie now often considered one of the best in Irish cinema history.We talk about hiking the Camino, cycling the length of the Danube, exploring the Middle East, and recommendations from the less explored parts of Eastern Europe and life in sunny Cuba. He shares stories from attending international film festivals. He talks about summers in west Co. Clare when growing up and much more. The Travel Tales with Fergal Podcast is an interview series where I talk to interesting people with great travel stories every Tuesday. I would ask you to subscribe and a rating helps others find this travel podcast.. Stay safe and keep dreaming of future travel.Destination GuideIrelandCo ClareMiddle EastSyriaIranEstafanBeirutDamascus AleppoHollandAmsterdamLondonCubaHavanaPlaya Del EsteAlbaniaMacedonianKosovo TurkeyHungaryBudapestDanubeCaminoRomeVeniceColoradoCannes Film FestivalIstanbul See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Due for cinematic release last week, 'Rialto' has been another film taken prematurely from the big screen by COVID regulations. Luckily, the film is now available on 'Volta' streaming platform. Writer, Mark O'Halloran, spoke to Louise about the film industry in flux, writing for film, and the dangers of grouping.
Mark O'Halloran interview, The Lobster and Viva (plus a free film stream for you)
Get Around To It
We're delighted to have an interview with actor and screenwriter Mark O'Halloran on the podcast this week, for our fifth episode of our View It On Volta.ie miniseries.Not only do we have the chat with Mark, but Aoife and Lauren discuss the films The Lobster and Viva (the latter of which Mark wrote).Plus, we have a free code for you so you can stream one of the films in this week's category for free on Volta.ie. Nice. Sponsored by Volta.ie but all opinions are ours.
09 SME Surveyor Business Stories with Mark O'Halloran
The Surveyor Hub Podcast
In this episode Marion Ellis talks with Mark O’Halloran, owner of Nuven Surveyors, a small independent firm of Chartered Surveyors founded in 2016, operating in Horsham, West Sussex and surrounding areas. A small team of five all working from home. Married and father to twin threenage daughters! What You Will Learn In This Episode: Why your career before surveying can shape your career. Juggling family life during the coronavirus crisis. The importance of providing an aftercare service. Integrating technology on survey inspections and avoiding claims. Connect with Mark: https://www.facebook.com/nuvensurveyors/ https://www.rics.org/uk/training-events/free-for-rics-professionals/ Surveyor Hub Conversations The Surveyor Hub free Facebook group of surveyors The Surveyor Hub is a proud partner of Lionheart, the benevolent fund which supports RICS members and their families.
This week on Screentime John Fardy chats to Actor and Screenwriter Mark O'Halloran about his many movies including 'Adam and Paul' 'Garage' and Viva. Owen Colgan aka 'Buzz' from the Hardy Bucks chats about his favourite movie and his new show 'Owen Colgan Around the Fire' and picks his favourite movie. Plus Mark Ryall brings you more lesser known Movies, TV Shows and Documentaries to watch during Lockdown
Mark O'Halloran is an award winning scriptwriter and actor.His works include Adam and Paul, Garage, Viva and many more for TV, Cinema as well as Theatre.In 2019 he starred with Stephen Graham in the Channel 4 miniseries The Virtues, written and directed by Shane Meadows He grew up in Ennis, Co. Clare, but move to Amsterdam, London and finally Dublin.To find out more about Mark check out his Twitter, Instagram or IMDB pages____Mark's Music ChoiceThe Specials - Ghost Town Talking Heads - Once in a lifetimeCelia Cruz - Toro MataMcAlmont & Butler - YesThe Breeders - Off YouFrank Ocean - Super Rich KidsThe Fall - 50 year old man______ All music is available on Spotify in the Social Fabric Playlist ____ Title Music Alice by Lucky Bones ______
Dad to Dad 88 - Mark O'Halloran Has Six Adopted Children: 4 from Russian & 2 from Mexican Orphanges
Dad to Dad Podcast
On this Special Fathers Network Dad to Dad podcast, host David Hirsch speaks with special father Mark O’Halloran. Mark and his wife, Gerlinde, have adopted six children, four from Russia and two from Mexico all who suffered severe trauma from being abandoned by their birth parents and living in orphanages. Three of the kids have very limited cognitive ability as a result. Mark is also the director of economic development at Together Chicago, a not for profit dedicated to inspiring change and hope in the Windy City. We’ll hear all about Mark and his family on this Dad to Dad podcast, presented by the Special Fathers Network.To hear about the mission of The Special Fathers Network, go to https://21stcenturydads.org/about-the-special-fathers-network. To find out about Together Chicago, go to https://togetherchicago.com
Abbey Talks Series: Meet the Makers: Annie Ryan, Andrew Bennett & Mark O'Halloran
A grand coalition of Corn Exchange memories, techniques and anecdotes make this podcast a rare recording gem. Mark O'Halloran leads artistic director & founder of The Corn Exchange, Annie Ryan, alongside collaborator, Andrew Bennett, in a conversation that captures twenty five years of their work, so far.Recorded on Tuesday 3 March 2020 at the Abbey Theatre.Interviewer: Mark O'HalloranEditor: Lisa FarrellySound operator: Conall Coleman02/2020 Broadcast 06/03/2020