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A White Horse

Shaun O'Connor, 11 minutes, 2019

When 17-year-old Bridget escapes from a psychiatric hospital, she rings home from a rural phone box...but her parents are waiting for the call.

A Woman of Aran

Tommy O'Donnogue, 7 minutes, 2019

Brid O'Griofa, a native of Inisheer, reflects on life in pre-modern times.

A Woman’s Place

Declan McGrath, 59 minutes, 2018

To celebrate one hundred years of women’s suffrage, artist Noel Murphy embarked on a six-month journey to paint the 53 sitting women members of the Houses of the Oireachtas in one single portrait, unveiled in the Oireachtas on International Women’s…

Abe’s Story

Adam H. Stewart, 12 minutes, 2019

In Victorian London an overworked writer, Abe, is inspired by his day job in the theatre to create a bloody brilliant novel. Awards: Golden Knight, Malta International Film Festival 2019 Best Animated Sequence, Galway Film Fleadh 2019

About Adam

Gerard Stembridge, 93 minutes, 2000

Playful about sex, scornful towards monogamy, and comfortable around homosexuality, About Adam is a romantic-comedy which wholly captures the free-spirited nature of Ireland’s Celtic Tiger boom.  The film hinges on the enigmatic Adam (Stuart Townsend), a dynamic and unpredictable lothario…

Above the Law

Bryony Dunne, 2019

Traversing the same bodies of land and water this short film conceptually links the intercontinental routes of migratory birds with the journeys of refugees and migrants. Above the law, they traverse the same bodies of land and water.

Accelerator

Vinny Murphy, 86 minutes, 2000

Johnny T (Stuart Sinclair Blyth) finds his love of joyriding can be used to fulfil his dream of emigrating to Barcelona in this stylish 1990s feature. As his friends tire of his feud with Dublin madman Whacker (Gavin Kelty), they…

Acorn

Kevin de la Isla O'Neil, 5 minutes, 2017

A child's unusual behaviour during the school  nativity rehearsals results in the principal calling a meeting with the boy's mother.

Acre Fall Between

Antonia Campbell-Hughes, 12 minutes, 2020

On a desolate Northern Ireland border, a man begins a desperate search for his family knowing the future he feared is nigh.

Adam and Paul

Lenny Abrahamson, 83 minutes, 2004

Abrahamson’s first feature and his first collaboration with actor/writer Mark O’Halloran grew from an idea concerning the lives of the inner-city junkies that O’Halloran passed daily on the streets of Dublin. Eschewing a socially realist approach to their material, director…

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