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Coming to Terms

Patrick Ketch, 9 minutes, 2019

After caring for her elderly father for years, Lisa is unable to deal with his passing and begins to see him everywhere.

The Commitments

Alan Parker, 118 minutes, 1991

Voted the best Irish film ever made in a poll sponsored by Jameson Whiskey in 2005, The Commitment’s charts the unlikely journey of Dublin soul band ‘The Commitments’. Ambitious Jimmy Rabbitte (Robert Arkins) takes control of his friend’s struggling wedding…

Condemned to Remember

Gerry Gregg, 90 minutes, 2017

This film was released on Friday 3rd November 2017 and is no longer screening.  Bergen-Belsen survivor Tomi Reichental has embarked on a lifelong quest to keep the memory of the Holocaust alive so that its horrors will never be repeated.…

The Condom Man

Cara Holmes, 12 minutes, 2017

The valiant individuals, who provided front line and core services for HIV-AIDS patients in the late '80s. Available as part of a curated series of shorts GAZE on Tour 2017.

Congo: An Irish Affair

Brendan Culleton, 90 minutes, 2011

Investigating the experiences of Irish soldiers and diplomats during the intervention of the UN in the Congo Crisis of the 1960s, Congo: An Irish Affair seeks to restore the story of an Irish battalion whose heroic actions were forgotten. Irish…

Continuing Traditions

Dónal Ó Céilleachair, 80 minutes, 2022

Acclaimed Indian classical musician and composer Ustad Wajahat Khan and much-loved and renowned Irish musician and composer Peadar Ó Riada come together in a unique exploration of the shared musical heritage of their beloved native traditions. Compiled from over 40…


Hugh O'Conor, 11 minutes, 2009

In the aftermath of a suicide attempt, autistic woman Jessie (Caoilfhionn Dunne) is brought to a house by the sea where she is encouraged to learn surfing by kindly carer (Domhnall Gleeson). Writer/Director Hugh O’Conor is astute in his mirroring…

Corporate Monster

Ruairí Robinson, 17 minutes, 2019

After being phased out of his job, a dangerously unstable man’s life spirals out of control when the prescription pills he takes start to have a side effect, allowing him to see the parasitic beings that have long been puppeteering…

Cowboys and Angels

David Gleeson, 89 minutes, 2003

Set in Limerick City, Cowboys and Angels explores the alienation of Shane Bulter (Michael Legge), a young adult who moves away from home for the first time. His introverted personality is transformed by his outgoing, gay roommate Vincent (Allen Leech),…

Crash and Burn

Seán Ó Cualáin, 81 minutes, 2016

For a fleeting moment in the early 1980s Tommy Byrne was the world’s greatest Formula 1 driver, a man who looked set to rival Senna and Schumacher with his fearless style and his record-breaking speeds. Coming from humble Dundalk roots…

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