Dublin, Georgia…only 3,924 miles from home

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When we saw Dublin written on the Georgia map and only a short detour from our main trip route we had to check it out. I’m not sure what we were expecting but it was certainly worth a look.

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There were signs of Irishness everywhere, shamrocks painted on the street, on businesses, St. Patrick’s festival ads everywhere. On our way into town, it seemed a very quiet, isolated place but the city centre was busy and we discovered a huge amount of activity on the other side of the city. For Europeans used to a centralized city centre, American cities can be a bit of a shock…suburbs sprawling for miles and sometimes no clear central area.

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We wandered accidentally into a fantastic restaurant, a newly opened Company Supply – Southern hospitality meets Irish roots, and serious chats were had with the local Dubs who were surprised that we had made the trip to rural Georgia. I had my first sweet potato cheesecake which, though strange, was one of the best desserts I’ve ever eaten.

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Only serious failing it has is there’s no pub in town. The Irish Dublin could never survive like that…

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About lisamcnamee

Filmmaker and Writer. I spend most of my time sorting out the vast paperwork involved in the filmmaking process. I thought that a guide, specific to the Irish situation, might be helpful for those staring into the abyss that is funding and production paperwork. Here I will post tips for getting your film funded, sold, and details of any new sources of finance I come upon. Obligatory disclaimer: I'm a producer, not a lawyer so use common sense and check anything you take from this with your own representation before using.
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