Meet Blinky™. All he wants is a friend. The only problem is, he's not very good at making friends. 



A lost soul stumbles drunkenly through Dublin city. In a park, death finds him and shows him many things.


New Boy

Based on a short story by Roddy Doyle this poignant and comedic short film deftly captures the experience of being the new boy in school through the eyes of Joseph, a nine-year-old African boy.


The Trap

A grieving farmer becomes convinced — that his sheep are falling prey to a dangerous predator.

In an attempt to find and capture the creature he risks sacrificing his already strained marriage.


Low Tide

Jack is excited about heading out to sea on a fishing trip. But things take a sudden dark turn when his dad stops the boat and tellsJack that they have hit a monster.

What Jack sees in the water will change him forever, and the sinister rite of passage will have horrific consequences.


Day Out

A father takes his daughters on an impromptu day out to the seaside with unsettling consequences.


Lady Black Eyes

Nora and Devon live in a bubble of electronic music, dance and intense young love in a tiny flat in Dublin city until they set out to confront someone from Nora’s childhood. Once there, Nora comes to the realisation of what she needs to do to break free of her past.


An Gadhar Dubh (The Black Dog)

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


The Wiremen

Set in Ireland in the 1960s, The Wiremen  is the fantastic tale about six-year-old Rosie as she hunts through the dark for a fairy only to encounter the mystical and terrifying Wiremen.



One Sunday, Theo, who finds his family’s weekly church attendance to be an absolute bore-fest makes a brave decision that puts him at odds with the Son of God. Will Theo confess or will he hold fast, and risk dire consequences?

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