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Analogue People in a Digital Age

Keith Walsh, 13 minutes, 2013

The analogue age has finished but eight men in a bar battle to remain relevant in a digital world. A small film about big people. Notes by Ross Whitaker.

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.

Antler

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.

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.

Ascending Grace

Claire Byrne, 2020

First Officer Maedhbh has high hopes for her first day of work. But when she fails to impress her hero, Captain Cara, and with a cabinful of restless passengers, it’s far from what she expected.

Assembled Memories: Jack B. Yeats, 1871-1957

Thaddeus O'Sullivan, 37 minutes, 1981

Rarely screened since the early 1980s, this under-discussed film offers a visual biographical essay on one of Ireland’s leading painters of the twentieth century. O’Sullivan’s subject was a London-born Irish artist whose creative and personal journey mirrors that of the…

Atlantic

Conor Ferguson, 4 minutes, 2008

Against a wind-swept rural landscape in the West of Ireland, isolated farmer (Liam Cunningham) receives a letter from an old flame who had emigrated to America years before. The voice of the writer reveals the letter to be an invitation…

Bainne

Jack Reynor, 2019

Ireland, 1851. A farm hand at the end of the Great Famine encounters a ghostly female figure leading him to a new hope. Bainne is a coproduction between Sky Arts and Screen Ireland. Awards: Best First Short Drama, Galway Film…

Bainne

Jack Reynor, 17 minutes, 2019

During the last year of The Great Famine in Ireland, a farmhand working for the local landlord has hardened his heart against his countrymen to ensure his own survival. But when he encounters a ghostly female figure stealing milk from…

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