Who We Are

Bread&Circus is a Dublin based film & media production company producing feature films, documentaries and media campaigns to a cinematic standard.

B&C have produced over 20 short films and two feature films that have exhibited internationally and been broadcast nationally.

We specialise in innovative viral campaigns to promote our projects, most recently to support the feature documentary ‘The 4th Act’ about the largest housing regeneration project in Europe.

Formed from the art-film collective Dogmedia B&C's first film was the ambitious transmedia project Shamrocracy (IRL/UK/HU) derived from over 120 hours of material and shot over a four year period during the Irish financial crisis. It premiered at The Galway Film Fleadh where it was described as a ‘jaw-dropping satire on Irish politics.’

Most recently B&C completed a feature documentary on the largest regeneration project in Europe, 'The 4th Act.' Bread&Circus is currently developing a slate of international co-productions.

Please find link here. for all presentations and artworks for the 'Housing & Ideology' Symposium B&C organised in Dublin City Hall on Monday 24th February, 2020 and presented online in association with ddr, Tasc, Dublin City Council and the Tblisi Architecture Biennial as part of the Common Waves program

Creative Director Andrew Keogh is an artist, writer and independent film-maker. He has fifteen years experience in film production and has written, directed and produced numerous award-winning short films with the Dogmedia Collective that have exhibited internationally. With Bread&Circus, Andrew is a producer and creative director responsible for developing a slate of international co-productions, features and documentaries. Andrew has a degree in Visual Communication from NCAD, Dublin and a Masters in Interactive Digital Media from Trinity College Dublin. His MSc thesis probed the relationship between quantum physics and metaphysics and how they collide in cinema and film making technologies. Andrew has also previously worked as a manager and a buyer of eclectic arthouse and world cinema DVD titles for renowned Irish chain Laser Film Specialists. Andrew has also worked as a youth worker and is currently an assistant lecturer in Digital Games in Youth Culture at LIT. He recently published his first book 'Children of the Stale Chocolate.' Link here to Andrew's art projects.