‘One Day Time’ is a 23 minute drama about a day in the life of a young Dublin man from Ballymun (Eddie played by Gregg Gough) who is unemployed. It explores Eddie’s sense of isolation and anxiety about his place in the world as he passes yet another seemingly pointless day. ‘One Day Time’ was made in 1982 by a newly formed film co-op City Vision Productions who were Joe Lee, Barry Cullen, Frank Deasy, Helen O’Donoghue and Dervil Jordan. The production was supported by the Irish Arts Council and with the help of the Media Studies course at NIHE Glasnevin (now Dublin City University) Staff member Mike Hooper and students John Mulholland, Malachy Coleman, Jean O’Halloran and Sandra Burke. Original music by a young Dublin band Resisdance who were: John McMenamin, Pat Pidgeon, Tony Gavin and Colin Cambell with additional music by Eoin O’Neill, John McMenamin, Mick Mcllro. The film was edited by Se Merry Doyle. Written by Frank Deasy, Gregg Gough and Joe Lee.