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Angels Guard Thee

Robert Higgins, Patrick McGiveny, 17 minutes, 2018

Two ex-paramilitaries attempt to heal old wounds, but the secrets of the past won't let the present lie.

Animal Kingdom

Dean Kavanagh, 120 minutes, 2017

Experimental filmmaker Dean Kavanagh’s latest work is a genre-defying exploration of the cinematic apparatus. The film concerns a character (played with corporeal intensity by Cillian Roche) who happens upon a group undergoing bestial metamorphosis. Narrative is not at the forefront…


Ciarán Creagh, 90 minutes, 2022

Based on the true story of the then 15-year-old Ann Lovett, who gave birth in the grotto in Granard; the last day of her life, a girl alone and abandoned by society, its prejudices, taboos, and traditions.

Anne Devlin

Pat Murphy, 121 minutes, 1986

Irish history is often dominated by male names such as Pearse, Collins, Wolfe Tone, and Emmet; Anne Devlin rejects this imbalance by narrating the life of its titular figure, who resisted torture and confinement rather than betray her comrades to…


Atoosa Pour Hosseini, 15 minutes, 2018

Atoosa Pour Hosseini's work with super-8 conjures a mysterious territory that exists between memory, subjective perception and the objective materiality of the filmed image.

Apocalypse Clown

George Kane, 102 minutes, 2023

A troupe of failed clowns and an intrepid reporter embark on a chaotic road trip of self-discovery after a mysterious solar event plunges the world into anarchy. When international clown master Jean DuCoque dies suddenly, Bobo (David Earl), a hobo…

The Appointment

David Moody, 17 minutes, 2019

A young man deals with the struggles of everyday life, while trying to get his mother to an important medical appointment.

Archie’s Bat

Shannon Egan, 2 minutes, 2019

A lonely young boy builds a unique bond with an unsuspecting creature and learns that sometimes it's better to let go and move on.

Arena: James Joyce’s Ulysses

Adam Low, 90 minutes, 2021

This new feature-length documentary from Adam Low (Seamus Heaney and the Music of What Happens) unlocks Joyce’s masterpiece in all its surprising, poetic, moving, verbose, sexually explicit and endlessly hilarious glory, from its earliest crossed out manuscript pages to the…


Tom Sullivan, 86 minutes, 2019

On the eve of the great famine, fisherman Colmán Sharkey (Dónall Ó Healaí) ekes out a meagre existence for his family on the west coast of Ireland. Wrongly blamed for the murder of an inclement local landlord (Michael McElhatton) he…

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