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Katie Lincoln, 12 minutes, 2016

In Michael Reilly's bar in Ardmore, West Waterford, a game of 45 has been played every Friday night since 1942. Hosting this long standing card game is the highlight of Michael's week.

4th Act

Turlough Kelly, 74 minutes, 2017

A powerful documentary telling the story of the displacement of a Dublin working-class community through the film and video archives of the community itself. Drawing on hundreds of hours of local material from the past thirty years, the film explores…

6SKIN

Alice Maher, Aideen Barry, 13 minutes, 2018

6SKIN is a sound and image fantasia utilising vibrant dance, immersive soundscape and vivid animation.

7th Son

Narayan Van Maele, 13 minutes, 2014

This short documentary by Narayan Van Maele focuses on the magical healing powers of the seventh son, as seen in figure of Mayo man Brian Lavin.

A Cambodian Spring

Chris Kelly, 121 minutes, 2017

An intimate portrait of three people caught up in the chaotic and often violent developments shaping modern-day Cambodia. Shot by BAFTA-nominated Irish director Chris Kelly over six years, the film charts the gradual politicisation of two young mothers and one Buddhist monk,…

A City Dreaming

Mark McCauley, 64minutes, 2014

A portrait of Derry-Londonderry. A series of personal and intimate recollections of a city and its people. A story that weaves its way through half a century of history during a time that saw the city rise from poverty and…

A Coat Made Dark

Jack O'Shea, 10 minutes, 2015

A man follows the orders of a dog to wear a coat with impossible pockets.

A Date for Mad Mary

Darren Thornton , 82 minutes, 2016

Joint winner of Best Irish Feature at this year’s Galway Film Fleadh, A Date for Mad Mary, based on Yasmine Akram’s theatrical monologue, sees director Darren Thornton make an auspicious feature debut, centred on an exceptional performance by lead actress…

A Different Kind of Day

Maria Doyle Kennedy, 5 minutes, 2018

A random encounter between two young adults who have Down Syndrome and a group of youths has unexpected consequences which change the day for everyone.

A Doctor’s Sword

Gary Lennon, 70 minutes, 2015

Coinciding with the 70th anniversary of the WWII bombing of Nagasaki, here is the almost unbelievable tale of a young man who survived some of the most harrowing episodes of World War II (including the atomic bombing of Nagasaki), and…

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