2011: Ogygia - In production: Phantasy in Fact - A feature length digital production based on the extraordinary Odyssey of Malcahi St. Jesus Fogarty, for serial networked distribution.
Ogygia Production Log
Ogygia, Part One – Work in Progress (Tony Kenny, 2010)
Screening at the Darklight Festival 2010
Saturday 30 October, 2010, 3:30pm Grand Social, Liffey Street, Dublin 1
Join Tony for the first three episodes of his magnum opus, ‘Ogygia’, a contemporary retelling of the heroic odyssey of Malachi St. Jesus Fogarty. Funded in part by the Arts Council, the complete film comprises 18 episodes each about 7 minutes long. There will be a discussion about the work following the screenings.
2008 - 10: Studies for Ogygia: V. Hades
Here Comes Everybody - Prototypical active publicity instruments produced as part of research project into the paratactic disintegration of narrative structure in digital media.
Masters Degree, Fine Art Digital Media, NCAD, 2010
2008: Ogygia - VII. Calypso
A film set in the head of a disembodied, warped and mute poet embarking on an elliptical perambulation of Dublin. Concerned with the nature of perceived duality, consciousness and conscience, it is a subjective examination of mans compulsive mind; a meditation on the nature of escapism, grief, hallucination and acceptance: obsessively wrapped up as a long form visual love poem with lots of birds, bees and biplanes.
2007: Marcel SoWhat - S
awards and exhibitions
2009: Study for Ogygia
Group show at the Lighthouse Cinema, Dublin.
2008: Film Project Award, The Arts Council of Ireland / An Chomhairle Ealaíon
- Jury Prize Award, Darklight Digital Film Festival 2006
2005:Film Project Award, The Arts Council of Ireland / An Chomhairle Ealaíon
2004: The Joys of Ex - St. Stephens Green, Dublin
Project Award, The Arts Council of Ireland / An Chomhairle
2007: Marcel SoWhat Short Docs
1994: Zipper II (Video 2 mins)
1993: 500 Years of Rope (16mm, 10 mins, B&W)
1992: Pro-Choice Film (16mm, 2 mins, B&W)
1987: Carmencita Shark Dog (3 mins Video)
1985: Suddenly My Head Blew Up: It Was Like Something Out Of Scanners (1 min, 16mm, Colour)