When 15 year old Derry girl Goretti discovers she is pregnant she finds herself isolated in the unsympathetic social climate of Ireland in the 1980s.
A man, a woman, a voyage of discovery and the dream of a champion greyhound. Two ordinary lives, one extraordinary story.
A surreal cinematic voyage into the Irish psyche through the adventures of maverick midlands dreamer Timmy Sugrue (Brian F. O’Byrne).
A story of the relationship between father and son, based on a short story by John McGahern, and set in rural Ireland during the 50's.
Ian McElhinney plays an ex-IRA man forced back into lawlessness, in the feature film that helped give rise to the Galway Film Fleadh.
A disruptive docuseries challenging preconceived ideas of ‘Irishness’ and 'Celtic' identity.
A poitín maker in Connemara attempts to avoid the attentions of the Gardaí. The first feature film in the Irish language.
The relationship between a widower and his two sons changes when their aunt arrives from London.
Lelia Doolan's definitive documentary on Bernadette Devlin McAliskey; entertaining while educating on her political life, work and ideas.
Pat Murphy’s groundbreaking film is set during the rebellion of 1803 led by Robert Emmett, and told from the perspective of Anne Devlin.
Five men reunite at a friend's wake where they are forced to face up to the reality of their alienation since they left home 30 years ago.