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The Most Fertile Man in Ireland

Dudi Appleton, 96 minutes, 2000

A bawdy comedy with an attention-grabbing concept, The Most Fertile Man in Ireland describes the adventures of Eamonn Manley (Kris Marshall), a shy Belfast boy who discovers he has the highest sperm count in Ireland. Quick to spot an opportunity,…


Jaume Balagueró, 107 minutes, 2017

Samuel Salomon, a literature professor, has been off work for almost a year after the tragic death of his girlfriend. He has been suffering from a recurring nightmare in which a woman is brutally murdered by a strange ritual. Suddenly,…

My Brothers

Paul Fraser, 90 minutes, 2010

A warm-hearted and rustic family drama, My Brothers sees distraught son Noel (Timmy Creed) cross Ireland in search of a replacement for his dying father’s watch, travelling with the help of his younger brothers Paudie (Paul Courtney) and Scwally (TJ…

My Left Foot

Jim Sheridan, 103 minutes, 1989

His first film as director, My Left Foot launched Jim Sheridan’s international career and launched Irish cinema onto the world stage with My Left Foot earning Academy Award victories for Daniel Day-Lewis as Christy Brown and Brenda Fricker as Mrs Brown. The film also…

My Name is Emily

Simon Fitzmaurice, 94 minutes, 2015

In this fresh coming-of-age drama, super-smart but socially awkward Emily (Evanna Lynch) is concerned when she doesn’t receive a birthday card from her loving but absent father. When she hooks up with fellow outcast Arden (George Webster) at her new…

My New York Year

Philippe Falardeau, TBC, 2020

New York in the 1990s: after leaving graduate school to pursue her dream of becoming a writer, Joanna gets hired as an assistant to Margaret, the stoic and old-fashioned literary agent to J.D. Salinger. Fluctuating between poverty and glamour, she…


Dennis Bartok, 85 minutes, 2017

Paralyzed after a terrible accident, Dana struggles to regain her life and family with she encounters a malevolent ghost in her hospital room. Notes courtesy of Screen Ireland

Never Grow Old

Ivan Kavanagh, 100 minutes, 2019

When a ruthless gang of outlaws terrorises a sleepy frontier town, the local undertaker, Patrick, faces a profound moral dilemma. He plays a dangerous game, providing for his family as he profits in the wake of the violence sweeping the…

The New Music

Chiara Viale, 83 minutes, 2019

Adrian (Cilléin McEvoy) is a talented pianist with a promising career ahead of him. Playing music is the only thing he lives for until his world falls apart when he is diagnosed with Young Onset Parkinson’s Disease. Afraid of the…

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