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Amy

Leah Morgan, 7 minutes, 2017

Amy has an amazing zest and love for life, despite going through struggles.

An Díog is Faide

Hugh Farley, 14 minutes, 2004

A dramatic short about Sonnie Murphy, an impoverished man from Co Clare, and the 1932 Olympics. Though a talented athlete, Sonnie(Stephen D’Arcy), has to contend with  poverty, the disapproval of his family and the searing heat of Los Angeles as…

An Engineer Imagines

Marcus Robinson, 83 minutes, 2018

This sumptuous documentary pays homage to the life and ideas of Peter Rice, widely regarded as one of the most distinguished engineers of the late twentieth century. Without his innovations and collaborations with the leading architects of his time, some…

An Gadhar Dubh

Pádraig Fagan, 9 minutes, 2019

A young man and his elderly father are terrorised by a mysterious black dog in Connemara in 1910.

An Island

Rory Byrne, 13 minutes, 2018

A solitary man sets out to conquer an isolated island.

An Open Door

Aoise Tutty, 15 minutes, 2018

A pioneering initiative within the Mental Health Service provides a space for hope and recovery for the local community.

An Rinceoir

Elaine Gallagher, 4 minutes, 2011

An Irish language short, An Rinceoir consists primarily of the Irish dancing performed by Ania (Vitalija Bondareva). With Ania mistaken identified by the Irish speaking community as Áine, An Rinceoir portrays the meeting of Irish and foreign cultures in a…

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.

Angel

Neil Jordan, 92 minutes, 1982

In his first appearance as a writer-director Neil Jordan laid down a marker as to what was to come in his career, casting signature actor Stephen Rea as Danny, a showband saxophonist shocked by the senseless terrorist shooting of an…

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.

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