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A City Dreaming

Mark McCauley, 64minutes, 2014

A portrait of Derry-Londonderry. A series of personal and intimate recollections of a city and its people. A story that weaves its way through half a century of history during a time that saw the city rise from poverty and…

A Coat Made Dark

Jack O'Shea, 10 minutes, 2015

A man follows the orders of a dog to wear a coat with impossible pockets.

A Date for Mad Mary

Darren Thornton, 82 minutes, 2016

Joint winner of Best Irish Feature at this year’s Galway Film Fleadh, A Date for Mad Mary, based on Yasmine Akram’s theatrical monologue, sees director Darren Thornton make an auspicious feature debut, centred on an exceptional performance by lead actress…

A Different Kind of Day

Maria Doyle Kennedy, 5 minutes, 2018

A random encounter between two young adults who have Down Syndrome and a group of youths has unexpected consequences which change the day for everyone.

A Doctor’s Sword

Gary Lennon, 70 minutes, 2015

Coinciding with the 70th anniversary of the WWII bombing of Nagasaki, here is the almost unbelievable tale of a young man who survived some of the most harrowing episodes of World War II (including the atomic bombing of Nagasaki), and…

A Ferret Called Mickey

Barry Dignam, 12 minutes, 2003

Paulie (Colin Middleton), a young boy who dresses in women’s clothes and holds tea parties, is subject to a calamitous intervention from his father Jim (Darragh Kelly). When presented with a ferret who he promptly names Mickey, Paulie is taken…

A Film About Sandhoppers

Nicholas Keogh, 10 minutes, 2017

Two crustaceans find love on a Belfast beach.

A Film with Me in It

Ian Fitzgibbon, 89 minutes, 2008

Struggling actor (Mark Doherty) finds himself juggling a failing career, dilapidated home and a collapsing relationship with girlfriend Sally (Amy Huberman), whilst trying to put together a film with alcoholic screenwriter and close friend Pierce (Dylan Moran). As he and…

A Love Divided

Syd Macartney, 98 minutes, 1999

Based on real events in 1950s Ireland, A Love Divided is a savage indictment of religious intolerance in mid-century Ireland, and a celebration of a woman who opposed it. The story begins with Protestant woman Sheila’s (Orla Brady) marriage to…

A Man of No Importance

Suri Krishnamma, 99 minutes, 1994

Albert Finney delivers a star turn in this deeply human drama about a 1960s Dublin bus conductor unwilling to reveal his homosexuality to an unwelcoming city. This ‘man of no importance’, Alfred Byrne (Finney), attempts to celebrate his love for…

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