|THOU ART: DUBLIN|
|East Coast Premiere|
|Cast: ||Aisling Conroy, Joe Ryan, Donal MacManus, Colin O'Daly, Donal Murray
|Crew: ||Producers: Brian McHale-Boyle, Camille Wainer - Screenwriters: Camille Wainer - Cinematography: Ken Waide - Editing: Fernando de Juan - Music: CEO'Floinn - Sound: Karl McGlone - Production: Karl McGlone - Other Crew: Brian Keegan (Sound Recordist)
Thou Art: Dublin is a documentary that attempts to paint an intimate portrait of the creative life of Dublin. Set in post-Celtic Tiger Ireland, the film documents the efforts of five artists as they communicate the vision of their work amid the difficulties of the recession. Utilizing stylized surveillance effects and a range of elements suggestive of war journalism and combat film making, a small film crew tells this story by covertly exploring Dublin's cityscape with the aim to retrieve the art community from the isolation and oppression of the recession.
Camille Wainer is an international artist, editorial illustrator and independent filmmaker. She attended the Art Students' League of New York and Pratt Institute, where she received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Communication Design. As a visual artist, her client list includes theAmerican Museum of Natural History, Habitat for Humanities, The Washington Post and the New York Press. Ms Wainer is the founder and president of independent film production company Documinute Productions. She made her directorial debut in 2010 with the silent documentary Thou Art: Williamsburg featuring artists in the post 9/11 community of NYC.