Ireland at the turn of the millennium. A grimy warehouse in a corner of Dublin’s docklands becomes a mecca for music and the arts. This is the story of a group of extraordinary people who were brave, bold and groundbreaking enough to leave their mark on an incredible time of change in Irela...View
Death is expensive. But if you die on the wrong side of the tracks in one the greatest cities on earth, the price you pay is even higher.
Hart Island is the largest tax funded cemetery in the world. Since 1869, prison labour has been used to bury over a million unclaimed bodies in m...View
This film uses a mixture of powerful testimony, archive and poetry to examine the impact of The Troubles in Northern Ireland on those who lost loved ones in the violence. Part of the testimony given by the characters has been poeticised and throughout the film we hear people speaki...
The Bojayá massacre was the worst mass atrocity in Colombia’s 50 year-long conflict. Fifteen years on, the Colombian government and the FARC guerrillas stand on the precipice of lasting peace. Charting the FARC’s path to civilian life and capturing one victim’s...View
Offering a unique insight into a disappearing world, The Man Who Wanted to Fly tells the story of eighty-something-year-old bachelor farmer, Bobby Coote, whose lifelong dream to fly has remained with him since he left school at thirteen.
Joined by his neighbour Sean, Bo...View
A crew including a Writer, two Musicians, an Artist and a Stonemason embark on the Camino not on land, but by sea, in a traditional boat that they built themselves on an inspiring, and often time’s dangerous, 2,500 km modern day Celtic odyssey....
In Newtok, Alaska, the homes of some three hundred and seventy five Americans are disappearing. As winter storms grow more fierce each year and steal more of the coastline, summer meltwaters surge down the Ninglick River and erode the edges of the town. Rising temperature are melting the permafro...View
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