A Bump Along the Way (2019) & The Ferry (short) Pamela is a boozy 44-year-old single mother whose teenage daughter Allegra disapproves of her care-free lifestyle.
Their fragile relationship is further tested when Pamela becomes pregnant after a one-night stand.
Arracht (2019) (As Gaeilge) & Bainne (short) Ireland 1845. As the famine tightens its grip, a fisherman is hunted for crimes he did not commit.
Unable to protect his family from death he is subsumed by darkness until a helpless little girl saves him from despair.
Wildfire(2020) The story of two sisters who grew up on the fractious Irish border.
When one of them, who has been missing, finally returns home, the intense bond with her sister is re-ignited.
Together they unearth their mother's past but uncovered secrets and resentments which have been buried deep, threaten to overwhelm them.
The Hunger: The Story of the Irish Famine(2020) Liam Neeson narrates a two-part documentary marking the 175th anniversary of the Irish famine,
exploring its international origins, development and legacy.
Rosie (2018) & Saoirse (short) A woman, her husband and their four children find themselves homeless after their landlord sells their house.
Over the next 36 hours, the couple desperately search for a place to live while trying to shield the kids from the reality of the situation.
The Last Right(2019) A fateful exchange on a flight from New York to Ireland has complicated consequences for Daniel Murphy.
Now, two brothers and a woman they've just met are journeying across Ireland to bury a stranger.
1h 46min - Dir: Aoife Crehan
:: Selection of Irish Short Films with features
available Friday, April 9th | 6:00 PM with feature
Bainne(2019) During the last year of The Great Famine in Ireland, a farmhand working for the local landlord
encounters a ghostly female figure stealing milk from the landlord’s barn.
His resolve is tested and he is beguiled on a journey towards hope.
18min - Dir: Jack Reynor
available Sunday, April 11th | 5:00 PM with feature
Saoirse(2020) Irish director Marion Bergin visited a community of Dublin’s
working-class men to create a documentary about their equestrian cultural legacy and how horses
have transformed their lives in a city undergoing gentrification.