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The Camino Voyage

Dónal Ó Céilleachair, 98 minutes, 2018

A crew of explorers takes to the beloved, sacred Camino de Santiago – not by land but by sea – in this evocative, immersive documentary by director Dónal Ó Ceilleachair (Aisling Gheal, Ó Chúil Aodha go hÓileán Í). The adventurers,…

Children of the Revolution

Shane O’Sullivan, 92 minutes, 2010

This feature documentary tells the stories of Ulrike Meinhof and Fusako Shigenobu – revolutionary women who emerged from the student movements in Germany and Japan in 1968 to become leaders of the Baader Meinhof group and the Japanese Red Army.…


Nino Tropiano, 52 minutes, 2008

For almost 100 years, a host of Italian families have provided fish, chips and the odd battered burger to Dublin’s hungry masses. In fact, since the early 20th century upwards of 4,000 Italians have settled in Dublin. Following Barbato Borza…

Christina Noble: In a House That Ceased to Be

Ciarín Scott, 92 minutes, 2014

The winner of the audience award for best feature when it screened as part of 2014's IFI Stranger than Fiction Documentary Film Festival, Ciarín Scott’s intimate, emotional portrait of the remarkable Christina Noble is startling in its frankness. It forgoes a…

Citizen Europe

Angeliki Aristomenopoulou
Andrea Apostolides, 70 minutes, 2019

This engaging compendium follows five young students as they embark on their transformative cross-border Erasmus journeys leaving the comfort of their homes (in France, Germany, Poland, Bulgaria and Ethiopia), overcoming their fears and adapting to new cultures (in Lithuania, Finland,…

Citizen Lane

Thaddeus O'Sullivan, 80 minutes, 2018

This docu-drama follows Hugh Lane's hard-fought venture to establish a public modern art gallery in Dublin in the early years of the 20th century - a time of political agitation and the forging of a new Irish cultural identity. Featuring…


Carter Gunn, Ross McDonnell, 85 minutes, 2009

Carter Gunn and Ross McDonnell’s documentary struck a chord with audiences across the globe, detailing a dire crisis facing the world’s beekeepers and its potentially catastrophic repercussions. Simply put, their bees are dying, and nobody can quite figure why: without…

Coming Home

Cathal Kenna, 84 minutes, 2016

The history of Ireland has been deeply affected by emigration, with almost 10 million people emigrating from the island of Ireland between 1800 and 2015. Charting the journeys of five Irish emigrants across four continents as they pursue a common…

Condemned to Remember

Gerry Gregg, 90 minutes, 2017

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. Now Tomi symbolically celebrates his 80th birthday in a Dublin mosque and embarks on…

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