Storage is an experimental film that attempts to conceptualise male perception of changing gender roles and the intimate conflicts that result. The film takes the form of a dark fairytale, where the obstacles that must be faced are man's own inner demons. Storage explores the nature of regret by following the struggle of one man to resolve a lifetime of poor decisions, their impacts on his life and the lives of the people he has loved. John is forced to journey through his internal world to reconcile his past and face the consequences of his actions in an attempt to obtain a final peace.
Storage is Rupert MacCarthy-Morrogh’s first film as a writer / director, having worked in the camera department on over 50 shows
Rupert has been working in the media and entertainment industry for over 23 years. In 2005 he established SLR.ie a film lighting rental company. SLR has grown to become the largest independent broadcast lighting company in Munster, providing equipment and personnel for national and international broadcasters including BBC, National Geographic, Discovery, ITV, Sky, PBS, NHK, RTE, TV3 & TG4
In April 2017 Rupert won the European Cinematography Award for best drama for his debut feature.
2016 Storage (co-writer)
Cinematographer (5 credits)
2017 Why Is There Anything Instead of Nothing (Documentary) 2016 Brackenmore 2011 Daughters of Rome (Short) 2011 Tree Keeper 2009 Tunnel (Short)
Camera and Electrical Department (6 credits)
2016 Storage (gaffer) 2013 Rest My Bones (Short) (gaffer) 2014 The Quiet Hour (gaffer) 2013 The Blow-Ins (Short) (gaffer) 2011 Behins (Short) (gaffer) 2011 Fond of a Moth (Short) (gaffer)