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first ten pages of latest screenplay - FANTOME LOVE - by house of o'dwyer #FantomeLove #houseofodwyer #screenplay


by the house of o’dwyer

Fantome Love



A projection on the wall shows a women screaming.

JACOB and AMY (mid 20’s, a couple,) watch the film. 1,953 more words


Latest edition to the Lacrimatoio series. #Art #photography houseofodwyer.com

from the LACRIMATOIO series

may 2015

latest in a series of images from this photographic series.

More info on the website



Latest from me: performance collaboration with dance, sound and video at Camden People's Theatre Mon 25th May

SUPERIMPOSE by the house of o’dwyer

part of @YAADead

Performance art, dance, live art, sound art, video art…

For one night only at Camden People’s Theatre London… 80 more words

Video Art

Paul O'Dwyer, A Well-Founded Fear of Having My Sexual Orientation Asylum Claim Heard in the Wrong Court. 52 N.Y. L. Sch. L. Rev. 185-212 (2008).

O’Dwyer, a practicing immigration attorney, combines data and practical experience to conclude that “one of the decisive factors in asylum claims based on sexual identity will continue to be the identity of the judge, rather than that of the applicant.” All told, “with the exception of the Ninth Circuit, the odds of being successful on a petition for review in a sexual-identity-based protection claim are extremely slim.” Immigration courts, in fact, despite reputations to the contrary, “have proven themselves far more receptive to sexual-orientation based protection claims than the federal courts.” Given these obstacles and inconsistencies across jurisdictions, the author shares the lessons of his experiences by offering advice on how asylum cases might be successfully argued. 9 more words


Dance for camera series with Lee Fukke #Terpsicord #houseofodwyer

Terpsicord Portrait Oubliette

Burlesque Absurdity Duration

Frustration Isolation Desire

Thanks to performer Lee Fukke

Video Art