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Tomm Moore,
Ross Stewart, 103 minutes, 2020

In what might soon be termed the Cartoon Saloon magic, the hugely talented Kilkenny studio bring their fifth animated feature to the screen. Directed by Tomm Moore and Ross Stewart, this stunningly imagined world draws on history and mythology to…

The Woman Who Married Clark Gable

Thaddeus O'Sullivan, 29 minutes, 1985

A pivotal film for O’Sullivan, Clark Gable was his first credit as the director of a screen drama. Based on a script by Andrew Pattman, adapted from a short story by Sean O’Faolain, it is set in Dublin and it…

Wonder House

Oonagh Kearney, 71 minutes, 2012

Wonder House is a meditative, mesmerising journey through rooms full of exciting ideas and striking visual concepts. This debut film from London-based Irish filmmaker Oonagh Kearney is an experimental work which combines documentary with a loose fictional narrative to explore…

The Wonderful Story of Kelvin Kind

Ian Power, 15 minutes, 2004

Kelvin Kind (Bernard Deegan), dreams of a relationship with the girl next door (Joanne King). Quirky, heartfelt, and treating sometimes dark material with a comic irreverence, at this film’s heart is a sympathetic depiction of a decent man.

Words Upon the Window Pane

Mary McGuckian, 98 minutes, 1994

Mary McGuckian’s atmospheric period piece is an adaptation of a one-act play by W.B. Yeats in which he explored the occult, a subject in which he had a life-long interest. Set during a series of séances hosted by the Dublin…


Suri Grennell, 98 minutes, 2019

At the precipice of womanhood and plagued with foreboding dreams, Maria must confront the mistrust of her family as a strange epidemic sweeps the nation.

Wren Boys

Harry Lighton, 11 minutes, 2017

On the day after Christmas, a Catholic priest from Cork drives his nephew to prison. Available as part of a curated series of shorts GAZE on Tour 2018.

Writing Home

Nagham Abboud, Alekson L. Dall’Armellina, Miriam Velasco, 90 minutes, 2017

Successful author Daniel Doran enjoys a luxurious but vacuous London lifestyle funded by a string of international bestsellers of dubious merit. When his estranged father falls ill, he reluctantly returns home to the Irish village of Darlingford where he faces…

They Shoot People

Mark Noonan, 9 minutes, 2015

Jane is a neglected 12 year old working in the family shooting range. She's always been good with guns, and one evening at the local carnival she gets a chance to prove it - forever altering the course of her…


James Doherty, 9 minutes, 2024

A Syrian father, haunted by his past, struggles to adapt to life with his daughter in rural Ireland.

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