I run a thing called the Firehouse Film Contest with some buddies of mine. You can see all the films I was involved with there here.
I shot this film for Diarmuid O’Brien of Danger Farm, it’s called Field Agents. It won Best Picture at Firehouse #37!
I shot this film for Aidan Fitzmaurice, it’s called Zeitheist.
I shot this film for Diarmuid O’Brien of Danger Farm, it’s called Exchangers. It was featured on a website called i09 which I have heard is very popular.
Me and Conor Barry made a crime documentary called Murder Most Fowl with Rachel Ní Chuinn and a bunch of other heads. It won Best Picture at Firehouse #27!
I made The Hunt about how much class craic it is to find a house in Dublin. I wrote it 18 months before I shot it and I had to up all the fake rents when it came to shooting ’cause they all seemed too reasonable.
Here’s The Witch, a film I made with Ruth Hunter. Ruth won the Best Actor at Firehouse #24
Here’s Marmalade, a noir I made with Rachel Ní Chuinn. It won the Judges’ Prize at Firehouse #18 in IMMA! Swit swoo!
Here’s the first World of the Animal Kingdom, it’s a nature documentary series I made. Best picture at Firehouse #11! Then it got screened at Glastonbury, although it was at like 2am.
Here’s episode two, it’s about underwater animals and features a theme tune by Dott!
Episode three is all about insects and little xs for eyes did the theme!
Episode four is on Reptiles! No Monster Club recorded a cover of the theme n’all!
I made this stand up special with no money and lots of friends in July 2013.
My first film, The Connoisseur of Air featuring Gary Kealy.
A children’s story about typography from Conor O’Toole’s Manual of Style. Described by Eric Spiekermann as “Cute, if a bit slow”.
Jon Hozier-Byrne and I very occasionally pretend to be turn-of-the-century fools, instead of modern ones.
My finest performance to date in Simon Mulholland‘s Zombies.
Some crazy nonsense.
The Heat Death of the Universe, for Conor Basquelle Smith.
At the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2012, I released one ticket per day for a show called Tea with Conor O’Toole. The ticket holder was entitled to then give me a topic of their choosing, which I would then attempt to write two minutes of material about. I would then go for tea with them and deliver them their material, plus approximately 58 minutes of unscripted ‘banter’. The idea was if I did 25 of these shows in the month by the end I would have a new show, made up of 25 wholly unrelated bits, which I would call Entire O’Tea. Unfortunately, due of demand, I only did around eight Tea with Conor O’Tooles, and two of them were with my Dad. So instead I decided to film one I could remember, which you will find below.