So I’ve just got back from Northern Ireland where I was interviewing the wonderful Peter Rollins for my MA documentary and filming the Belfast leg of his Insurrection pub tour. I made a wonderful discovery, namely MacBook decals. Pete had this one on his own MBP, and when I asked him about it he said they were very easy to get online and that there were plenty of other designs available. He wasn’t kidding. After some investigation I settled on this one:
If you don’t know what it’s from, I’m not going to tell you.
The seller is Ivy Bee, and there’s plenty more where that came from…
I don’t think I’ve written much about this before, but as part of my MA Film Production course I’m making a short documentary on the emerging church, for which I’ll be interviewing (hopefully) a bunch of interesting folk such as local philosopher Peter Rollins. I’ll be travelling over with my cinematographer in March to do Pete’s interview, and have been making the most of my holiday time back in Belfast to do some location scouting, which proved incredibly fruitful, as I have now secured the perfect location to conduct the interview:
Made in Belfast
It’s a ridiculously trendy “restolounge” near City Hall, with exactly the kind of décor I dig:
Slightly on the pretentious side, but it reminds me a lot of my favourite (slightly dingier, not to mention cheaper) Montréal hangout, Le Cagibi: