Thank You Mr. Dobson

A visual diary, filmed over a two-year period, documenting the life of a genuine Walter Mitty character named Martin Bengtsson. What it reveals is an underbelly of truth to Martin's eccentric fantasies, which include the search for Hitler's Silver Arrow, drug importation, forgery, stunt doubling for...


All the Queen’s Men

For the first time, cameras record the Irish Regiments of the British Army, documenting a strange world in which 'fenians' and 'orange bastards' serve side by side. On duty in Northern Ireland, Germany and the Middle East serving soldiers from the Irish Republic talk openly about leaving behind fami...


An Scéalaí Deireanach?/The Last Storyteller?

In 1935, Seán Ó hEochaidh was employed by the Irish Folklore Commission to collect the stories and fairy tales of his native Donegal. The treasure trove of strange tales he recovered is the last vestige of the oral tradition of storytelling in the Irish language. This documentary features intervie...


Living The Revolution

Filmed during the build-up to the general election in May 2002, this documentary spends intimate time with Martin Ferris and Gerry Adams, two leading members of one of the most controversial political parties in the western world, Sinn Féin. It maps their gradual move into mainstream politics in th...


The Life and Crimes of Citizen Ming

For five years and with little more than an outrageous haircut and a borrowed name, Ming (aka Luke Flanagan) has conducted a one-man struggle against the orthodoxy of the Irish political system. He has been arrested and strip-searched on several occasions, brought before the courts four times, and i...


The Ghost of Roger Casement

Roger Casement served the British Government, was knighted, turned Irish rebel and was executed within the space of just ten years. His life was destroyed by a set of homosexually explicit diaries used by the British Government to hang him for treason. The Black Diaries, have become the focus of one...


Gaeil- Phrotastúnaigh/No Rootless Colonists

Despite their origins as colonists and planters the Protestants of Ireland, North and South, have put down deep roots and have been central to the story of the Irish Language for over four hundred years....


Flirting With The Light

Leo O'Kelly is widely admired among musicians as a man who never sold out. He is regarded as a brilliant guitarist and song writer, making music with an ever changing, never dated, eclectic style. This documentary features the making of his first solo album in 25 years. There is no record company an...


Eye of the Storm

This film charts the journey of two young men, into their own unknown - the world of big wave surfing in Ireland. Shot in the magnificent seascape of counties Donegal, Leitrim and Sligo, Richard Fitzgerald and Gabriel Davies shatter the myth that 'there's no real surf in Ireland'. In their own unass...


Oileán Thoraigh

Over the course of a year, this film captures the changing patterns of life on Tory island, the most remote inhabited island off Ireland. It is an intimate portrayal, exploring the lives of the islanders, their character and community, their perception of time and the influence of the past on the pr...

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