Nick Boyle, composer and pianist, is music director of critically acclaimed Wireless Mystery Theatre. He wrote and performed sell-out musical ‘The Jazzabelles’. Other credits include music director of BBC Sing Carols, composer of ‘Lilli Bullero’ and the ‘Dark Tower’ for BBC NI, music director and arranger of sell-out ‘The Kander and Ebb Revue’, composer of ‘Play of the Book’ with Ian Sansom, composer of ‘Charles and Mary Lamb’, composer for ‘Translations’ commissioned for the Seamus Heaney memorial at Queens University Belfast, and performer for Queen Elizabeth II’s visit to Belfast. Film credits include ‘The Lighthouse Keepers’ and ‘The Projectionist’ for NI Screen. He musically directed and composed the music for Belfast's biggest ever Shakespeare performance, 'The Tempest', performed at T13. He is currently writing a suite of string quartets funded by Arts Council NI. His work has featured in the Edinburgh Fringe, Heads Together Festival, Aspects Literary Festival, Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival, Belfast Festival at Queens, Wigtown Festival, Belfast Comedy Festival, and NI Science Festival.
Film (short) by Missing Piece Studios Composer "The Projectionist" follows a cinema projectionist as he lives out his solitary life spying on audiences from his projector room. When he happens to bump into a girl who is a regular at the cinema it ignites a journey of intimate self discovery where the projectionist endeavors to win the respect of his peers, and the heart of the girl.
The Lighthouse Keepers
Film (short) by Aislinn Clarke Composer The Lighthouse Keepers is a silent, black and white short, shot as a 1920s style horror melodrama. It tells the dramatic story of a pair of lighthouse keepers, a father and son, who meet a sorry fate in isolation, while carrying out their duty. The Lighthouse Keepers was filmed on location in an historic lighthouse on a dramatically placed Northern Irish island. Using silent film techniques the story unfolds with minimal dialogue and makes use of expression, music, and inter titles to tell the story.