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Bittern

Adam O'Keefe, 10 minutes, 2018

Two strangers meet on a park bench. But is one of them harbouring a dark secret?

Bless Me Father

Paul Horan, 15 minutes, 2017

In a small Irish town where secrets are rare, a local man goes to church to confess his.

Blight

Brian Deane, 15 minutes, 2016

A young priest is sent to a remote island off the Irish coast to help protect an estranged fishing community from dark supernatural forces, but nothing is as it seems.

The Blizzards: Behind the Music

Jeff Doyle, 30 minutes, 2019

Frustrated by the music scene’s increasing omission of guitar music in festival line-ups and the exclusion of punk rock from national radio playlists, once-popular band The Blizzards take matters into their own hands, blowing their whole budget on a music…

Bloody Good Headline

Tom Burke, Paul Quinn, 2014

Dublin’s newspaper sellers, whose demanding job has them work long hours in all weather, are offered the chance to tell their own stories in this documentary short from Tom Burke and Paul Quinn.

Blue Rinse

Matt Leigh, 11 minutes, 2010

A celebration of daily life, Blue Rinse records a single day at a hair salon and the conversations between hair-dressers and customers. Their honest and open attitudes shine through in a documentary short made with a keen sense of the…

Bold Emmett, Ireland’s Martyr

Sidney Olcott, 37 minutes, 1915

After Gene Gauntier disbanded her company and ended her professional relationship with Sidney Olcott, he returned to Ireland one last time where he made Bold Emmett and All for Old Ireland. Jack Melville starred in a number of O’Kalem films…

Boomerang

Diarmuid Doran, 16 minutes, 2016

An unknown crisis darkens the heart of a mysterious wreck.

Bordalo II: A Life of Waste

Trevor Whelan, Rua Meegan, 10 minutes, 2018

An intimate portrait of Portuguese street artist Artur Bordalo as he aims to highlight the extent of our wastefulness and the impact this has on our environment through his 'Trash Animals' sculptures.

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