New Write Up on

Thanks very much to the folks at for their latest article on ‘Trampoline’.
This latest write up focuses on the micro-budget scale that the movie was produced for.

Made on a minuscule budget of just €950, Trampoline was shot and made in director Tom Ryan’s home town of Nenagh. The film was made possible by the generous contributions of local people and businesses.

“We were very lucky to be able to raise the budget for this movie thanks to the amazing help and support from everybody in Nenagh. Local businesses all pitched in to help us cover the budget and family and friends were on hand throughout the production to help us out in any way that they could. The amount of local support for this project was fantastic.

– Tom Ryan, director.”

To read the piece in full just click on the link below.
‘Trampoline –’

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