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Films, trailers, and more!
The Quiet Girl - Drama
Director: Colm Bairéad
A quiet, neglected girl is sent away from her dysfunctional family to live with foster parents for the summer. She blossoms in their care, but in this house where there are meant to be no secrets, she discovers one.
The Sparrow - Drama
Director: Michael Kinirons
When troubled West Cork teen Kevin Coyle (Ollie West) is involved in a tragic accident, he does something seemingly unforgivable; he keeps it a secret. Kevin must watch in horror as the consequences of his lie unfolds before his eyes. Will he be forced to confront the truth as events inevitably escalate out of his control?
An Irish Goodbye - Short Film
Directors: Tom Berkeley & Ross White
In rural Northern Ireland, a pair of estranged brothers (James Martin and Seamus O'Hara) reunite following their mother's (Michelle Fairley) untimely death.
2023 Oscar winner for Best Live Action Short film
Róise & Frank- Drama
Directors: Rachael Moriarty & Peter Murphy
A widow who has given up on life becomes convinced that a stray dog is the reincarnation of her Hurling-loving husband.
Wolfwalkers - Family adventure/fantasy
Directors: Tomm Moore & Ross Stewart
A young apprentice hunter and her father journey to Ireland to help wipe out the last wolf pack. But everything changes when she befriends a free-spirited girl from a mysterious tribe rumored to transform into wolves by night.
Tarrac - Drama
Director: Declan Recks
A contemporary drama set on the coastlines of Kerry in the tough world of Naomhóg racing.
"Tarrac puts a new set of oars into an old-fashioned sporting underdog story: the ‘naomhog’, or ‘currach’, is not something widely known outside Ireland and even there, an all-women racing team, in this rowing boat made from wood, tar and canvas, is niche. Yet it’s the star of Declan Recks’ entertaining drama – alongside the four ladies determined to win the regional (Munster) finals for their small Irish-speaking Kerry village for the first time in 22 years. Using familiar building blocks, Tarrac confidently builds to an emotional finale amid a nicely-etched father-daughter relationship" - Fionnuala Halligan, Screen Daily