Dublin 1

As the face of Dublin is changing, this film embodies a moment in time. The history and its future are all there for those who wish to see it, but they are contained within a short and true animated anecdote about one man's visit to Dublin 1.


An Díog is Faide

The true story of a farm labourer, Sonnie Murphy, who gets the chance to compete in the steeplechase in the Los Angeles 1932 Olympics. But for every dream there is a price to be paid. Fíorscéal Sonnie Murphy, mac oibrí feirme a ghlac páirt i léimrás Chluichí Oilimpeacha 1932 i Los Angeles. Ach ní gan luach a fhíoraítear aon aisling.


Shaving the Baby

A poppty nanny. Apippity baby - a sharp razor, POP!



A charming story about Mary, an elderly woman who is full of life. Being dependant on an oxygen machine for her breathing does not prevent Mary from enjoying life. Her son and caretaker is none the wiser to Mary's youthful habits.


Nun Fight Club

Nuns have underground clubs too!


Man On Fire

An atmospheric film about a brooding character in rural Ireland who is obsessed by fire.



Luka is a nine-year-old boy fascinated by anything that flies . On his way to do an errand he steps into a timeless world of misadventure in a moment of distraction.


Cuilin Dualach

Born with his head on backwards, Cúilín Dualach has been shunned and mocked by all but his loving Mother. Then one day, he discovers he can do something better than anyone else. Rugadh Cúilín Dualach agus a chloigeann iompaithe siar air. Ábhar magaidh é do chách ach amháin a mháthair. Lá amháin, faigheann sé amach go bhfuil bua níos fearr aige ná éinne eile.


Couch Potato

What you could be doing ... if only you'd bother.


Badly Drawn Roy

Meet Roy, Ireland's only living animated character, born into an ordinary 'live action' family. Roy is intelligent but unfortunately for him he is badly drawn. His failure to gain steady employment finally leads him to Hollywood in search of fame, fortune and corrective surgery.

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