1. The Greatest Busk On Grafton Street

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    from Myles O'Reilly / Added

    Bono, Glen Hansard, Lisa Hannigan, Sinead O’Connor, Liam O’Maonlai, Declan O’Rourke, Paddy Casey and many more join in a busking christmas celebration in aid of The Simon Community and the Peter McVerry Trust addressing homelessness in Ireland.

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    • Glen Hansard & Markéta Irglová - Falling Slowly (OFFICIAL VIDEO) (cover by Tiago Silva & Cátia Conceição)

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      • High Hope: Glen Hansard

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        In 'High hope' the chorus line Glen sings is 'I'm gonna see you there'. There, is a place. Whether imagined or definitive, in this case we chose the place that Glen grew up in, his hometown, the place that formed and informed his childhood, Ballymun. The choice was made for a couple of reasons, one being that Ballymun as he knew it, is being torn down right now and disappearing before our eyes, the town was built as a short term solution for inner city developement in the early 70's, the same model used the world over, remove the inner city folks to a satellite town, and develop and gentrify the town centre. Another reason was to bring a more personal picture put together with recreated scenes of Glen's memories and documentary footage. We returned to say so long to the Towers and flat, sing them a song..

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        • The Frames: In The Deep Shade Trailer

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          In The Deep Shade is a feature length film about The Frames. Film maker Conor Masterson worked closely with the band over an 18 month period beginning on their 20th anniversary tour in 2010. ‘The Frames have always been very positive collaborators. I felt this was an opportunity to make a film that could explore their creativity as people and musicians as well as capturing some of their very dynamic and exciting live performances in close up.’ The film will be released in 2013

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          • THE FRAMES IN THE DEEP SHADE Trailer No.2

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            from Conor Masterson / Added

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            A documentary about Irish band The Frames, premiered at the Jameson Dublin Film Festival in February 2013 and available now on DVD and through iTunes From the festival programme: "Accomplished photographer Conor Masterson shot this exhilarating documentary on The Frames, one of the most enduring Irish music acts, over 18 months beginning in 2010 (their 20th anniversary). Part insightful documentary, part concert film, this is less an examination of the band’s origins than an exploration of their musicianship and their need, as Glen Hansard says, to ‘learn how to dance with strangers’ while performing.  

Masterson’s extensive knowledge of the band results in him eliciting direct, candid interviews, with discussions on the nature of music and collaboration (and tea) particularly fascinating. He also captures hair-raising concert footage, allowing us to experience their fierce energy from multiple angles. While the renowned, intangible electricity produced at live performances by The Frames is impossible to fully capture on film, Masterson comes damn close.   
 
The evolving dynamic between band members over the years is on display here, as it was at Glen’s recent extraordinary 4-hour ‘solo’ Dublin gig where the full band performed. The film is a deftly constructed and beautifully shot celebration of music and friendship. For their legion of devoted fans, this is a welcome treasure. For those unacquainted, do yourself a favour – go and meet the band in the deep shade."  Glenn Hogarty

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            • THE FRAMES IN THE DEEP SHADE Trailer No.1

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              from Conor Masterson / Added

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              A documentary about Irish band The Frames, premiered at the Jameson Dublin Film Festival in February 2013 and is available now on DVD and through iTunes From the festival programme: "Accomplished photographer Conor Masterson shot this exhilarating documentary on The Frames, one of the most enduring Irish music acts, over 18 months beginning in 2010 (their 20th anniversary). Part insightful documentary, part concert film, this is less an examination of the band’s origins than an exploration of their musicianship and their need, as Glen Hansard says, to ‘learn how to dance with strangers’ while performing. 

Masterson’s extensive knowledge of the band results in him eliciting direct, candid interviews, with discussions on the nature of music and collaboration (and tea) particularly fascinating. He also captures hair-raising concert footage, allowing us to experience their fierce energy from multiple angles. While the renowned, intangible electricity produced at live performances by The Frames is impossible to fully capture on film, Masterson comes damn close. 
 
The evolving dynamic between band members over the years is on display here, as it was at Glen’s recent extraordinary 4-hour ‘solo’ Dublin gig where the full band performed. The film is a deftly constructed and beautifully shot celebration of music and friendship. For their legion of devoted fans, this is a welcome treasure. For those unacquainted, do yourself a favour – go and meet the band in the deep shade." Glenn Hogarty

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              • High Hope

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                from Hedi Rose Hlavacek / Added

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                In 'High hope' the chorus line Glen sings is 'I'm gonna see you there'. There, is a place. Whether imagined or definitive, in this case we chose the place that Glen grew up in, his hometown, the place that formed and informed his childhood, Ballymun. The choice was made for a couple of reasons, one being that Ballymun as he knew it, is being torn down right now and disappearing before our eyes, the town was built as a short term solution for inner city developement in the early 70's, the same model used the world over, remove the inner city folks to a satellite town, and develop and gentrify the town centre. Another reason was to bring a more personal picture put together with recreated scenes of Glen's memories and documentary footage. We returned to say so long to the Towers and flat, sing them a song..

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                • Teaser for THE FRAMES IN THE DEEP SHADE film

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                  from Conor Masterson / Added

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                  A teaser clip for the release of the trailer for 'The Frames In The Deep Shade' A film about The Frames available now on DVD and through iTunes. The teaser was placed at the website address for the film a few weeks before the launch. It consists of footage shot in Dingle, Co.Kerry in Southern Ireland where The Frames recorded their seminal album 'For The Birds'. The Santa Maria wreck is in the sea near this bay and was used as inspiration for the song which is a key performance in the film.

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                  • Supporting the Journey (2012) (Rough Cut)

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                    from Jesse James Carlson / Added

                    Song Of Good Hope Music By: Glen Hansard Directed By: Jacob Jonas and Jesse Carlson Choreographed By: Jacob Jonas Danced By: Jill Wilson and Jacob Jonas Director of Photography: Jesse Carlson Edited By: Jacob Jonas and Nicole Castley

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                    • Glen Hansard "The Storm, It's Coming"

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                      Live from The Living Room NYC May 8th 2012

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