Country: Ireland

  • That They May Face the Rising Sun

    That They May Face the Rising Sun

    Adaptation of John McGahern’s award-winning novel: an author and his wife relocate from 1980s England to the Irish village in which he grew up. This affecting and visually stunning chronicle of the beauty found in everyday life has been a hit in community cinemas across the UK. 

  • The Quiet Girl

    The Quiet Girl

    The debut feature film from the Irish documentary maker Colm Bairéad has earned plaudits both in Ireland and abroard, culminating in its nomination for the 2023 Academy Awards (Best International Film category). Bairéad both wrote the screenplay, based on the 2010 English-language novella Foster by Irish writer Claire Keegan, and directed the film, and his…

  • Wildfire


    The reference to the wider Troubles is clear enough, but this is really a film about frayed relationships and the oppressive legacy of families

  • Love & Friendship

    Love & Friendship

    In association with Wimbledon Bookfest Lady Susan, recently widowed and the subject of a scandal, looks for a husband for her daughter and herself. Based on an early Jane Austen novella, the story transfers to the screen as the wittiest of romps, meticulously realised and acted with relish. Beckinsale and Samuel stand out from a…

  • Once


    In this Oscar-winning film, Guy (Hansard) is a Dublin street musician. His music attracts an immigrant Girl (Irglova). She’s a musician too and plays for him on display piano in a music store. He repairs vacuum cleaners for a day job she’s got a Hoover that needs mending. Kismet. But she’s also got a canny…

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