They Shoot People

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 young life.


The Great Fall

Up in the clouds, a nervous, young raindrop is terrified about his first fall to earth as an imminent storm rapidly approaches.



A shipwrecked fisherman takes shelter in an abandoned house on a remote island, but soon realises he is not alone.



A journey through the memories and hopes of people who have been displaced in life, exploring how they find their link to home.


City of Roses

One Halloween night, a smouldering suitcase was pulled off a bonfire in Dublin, saving a true story of love, loss and hope.



In Michael Reilly's bar in Ardmore, West Waterford, a game of 45 has been played every Friday night since 1942. Hosting this long standing card game is the highlight of Michael's week.



Léargas ar shamhlaíocht buachaill óg faiteach agus é ar thóir a mháthair tar éis titim amach sa mbaile eatarthu.

An autistic boy's world is thrown into chaos as he searches for his mother.


Beirt le Chéile

Tar éis Éirí Amach na Cásca, iompraíonn Tom a dheartháir gortaithe trí bhunchnoic Chill Mhantáin chun cabhair a fháil. Ach mar gheall ar chluiche páistí a bhaineann le haithne contráilte, ní thiteann rudaí amach mar ba chóir.

It is the aftermath of the Easter Rising. Tom carries his wounded brother through the Wicklow hills to get help, but because of a child’s game of mistaken identity, things go awry.


Sophie at the Races

9 year-old Sophie and her wayward mother Hariette, journey to the races to meet Sophie’s Dad for the first time.



Deadly tells the story of Boney, a working stiff who doesn’t care about his dead-end job. That is until, he has a run-in with a spirited old lady named Bridie…

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