THE SHAMROCK SPITFIRE
Format: Feature Film
War / Biography / Drama
THE SHAMROCK SPITFIRE tells the story of Irish fighter pilot Brendan “Paddy” Finucane, who at the age of just 21, became the youngest ever Wing Commander in the Royal Air Force, and one of its greatest and most celebrated fighter aces during World War Two.
It is the story of a life shaped by fate and destiny, but it is also a story of the power of grit and determination, of triumph over adversity.
THE SHAMROCK SPITFIRE is a tribute to a now largely forgotten Irish hero, a man who in his short life inspired a nation and became a living legend.
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BEHIND THE SCENES
MEET THE TEAM
While attending Bournville Art College, Ian & Dominic re-discovering their childhood love of script writing and photography and began to make short films.
In 2003 they set up their own production company, Pixel Revolution Films. The company’s first film, an experimental animated short, THE WOLF WHO CAME IN FROM THE COLD, went on to garner several “best animation” awards at various film festivals. The success led to their first commissioned feature film project, THE 13th DAY.
In 2011 they teamed up with producer Nigel Martin Davey to work on the ambitious feature film, ALL THAT REMAINS.
Their other work includes the multi-award winning films 7 DAYS – THE STORY OF BLIND DAVE HEELEY and OF WOLVES AND MEN.
Born in Birmingham UK, both his parents are from Southern Ireland.
He trained as an actor and went onto act in numerous television dramas and feature films.
He has been a Film Producer since 2003 and has produced many successful films and stage productions most recently 7 DAYS:THE STORY OF BLIND DAVE HEELEY, ALL THAT REMAINS, MAROON JUMPER and OF WOLVES AND MEN all which of have gained awards
WRITERS / DIRECTORS
DOMINIC & IAN HIGGINS
NIGEL MARTIN DAVEY
JOHN A DAWSON
John is a businessman and enthusiastic entrepreneur from North Worcestershire UK who formed and ran a national IT consultancy, following twenty successful years in the world of show business, TV and theatre, with an extensive knowledge of marketing and film production
He also worked for ten years as part of Birmingham's own The Rockin' Berries Group