JaSE Films

JaSE Films is an Independent Film Production Company located in Trim, Co Meath. The town of Trim has been the location for a number of feature films over the past 20 years. Oscar winning epic, Braveheart was filmed in part in Trim. The Big Red One, starring Lee Marvin and Mark Hamill was partially shot at Trim Castle. The town is also the home of cult martial arts movie , Fatal Deviation.

JaSE Films was set up in late 2008 by Noel Farrell, Dermot Corscadden and Barry O'Neill with a view to producing a number of short films before making the step up to feature film production, TV Production and Web Series.

JaSE Films first production was The Making Of A Wannabe, an Independently funded short comedy. The 30 minute comedy was filmed entirely in Trim and using local talent. The mockumentary followed the story of deluded filmmaker, Cassius Clay and his attempt to bring his first feature film to the big screen.

JaSE Films writer/director Noel Farrell co-produced and directed the pilot episode of The Arts Journal which will be completed in January 2011.

JaSE Films has been involved in a number of other projects including Frank Kelly's, 140 and RML Films, I Shagged Ronaldo. Details of film related work can be found on the MySpace blog for JaSE Films.

JaSE Films has just announced pre-production on a six part web series featuring characters from writer Noel Farrell's books, Sonny Strange ~ A Motivational Memoir in Minor and Booker's World.  The web series will be shot in February 2011.

JaSE Films will continue to work on a range of productions throughout 2011, as well as offering encouraging advice to people in Ireland and abroad who want to make films. Our motto is simple :