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Wrath

Suri Grennell, 2019

At the precipice of womanhood and plagued with foreboding dreams, Maria must confront the mistrust of her family as a strange epidemic sweeps the nation.

Wren Boys

Harry Lighton, 11 minutes, 2017

On the day after Christmas, a Catholic priest from Cork drives his nephew to prison. Available as part of a curated series of shorts GAZE on Tour 2018.

Writing Home

Nagham Abboud, Alekson L. Dall’Armellina, Miriam Velasco, 90 minutes, 2017

Successful author Daniel Doran enjoys a luxurious but vacuous London lifestyle funded by a string of international bestsellers of dubious merit. When his estranged father falls ill, he reluctantly returns home to the Irish village of Darlingford where he faces…

They Shoot People

Mark Noonan, 9 minutes, 2015

Jane is a neglected 12 year old working in the family shooting range. She's always been good with guns, and one evening at the local carnival she gets a chance to prove it - forever altering the course of her…

The Yellow Bittern

Alan Gilsenan, 108 minutes, 2009

Completed shortly before he died, this feature-length film about folk singer Liam Clancy presents a revealing and surprising portrait of the man whom Bob Dylan called “just the best ballad singer I’d ever heard in my whole life.” This intimate,…

The Yellow Dress

Alan Gilsenan, 108 minutes, 2009

To help her mother regain her joie de vivre after breast cancer and to cushion the blow of her father's news, sassy Aisling, 14, sets her up on what she hopes will be the perfect date but when the date…

You Remember Ellen

Sidney Olcott, 13 minutes, 1912

It was inevitable that Gauniter, as scenarist, would turn to Thomas Moore’s mid-nineteenth century ‘Melodies’ for inspiration; such was their renown and popularity among Irish Americans and beyond, and their suitability for adaptation in a setting as picturesque as Killarney.…

You’re Ugly Too

Mark Noonan, 78 minutes, 2015

When 11-year-old Stacey (Lauren Kinsella) becomes an orphan, her closest relative, her uncle Will (Aidan Gillen), is in prison. As part of his rehabilitation, Will is released to look after Stacey, and they set up a makeshift home on a…

Youghal Clock Tower

James Horgan, 30 seconds, 1910

Youghal Clock Tower is a light hearted and playful exploration of the possibilities of animation in its infancy. Depicting the well-known landmark dancing into frame, the clock gate comes to life, spinning and dancing through the main street of the…

Young Cassidy

Jack Cardiff, 105 minutes, 1965

Though only loosely based on the early life of Sean O’Casey (renamed Johnny Cassidy), this colourful drama includes key historical moments from 1911 to the late 1920s – the 1913 Lockout, 1916 Rising, and the riots at the opening of…

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