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    TitleBATTLE OF THE BOGSIDE
    Production companyPerfect Cousins Productions
    Northland Broadcast
    Raw Nerve Productions
    SponsorBord Scannán na hEireann/Irish Film Board
    NIFTC
    BBC
    Northland Broadcast
    Nerve Centre
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerCUNNINGHAM, Vinny
    DirectorCUNNINGHAM, Vinny
    Script/AdaptationPETO, John
    EditingMURRAY, Kevin
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    Soundsound
    Duration61
    Format35mm
    Production date2004
    TX channelBBC 1
    TX date04/09/2006
    CopyIFA (VHS)/BBC
    SummaryDocumentary on the 'Battle of the Bogside. When the disaffected Catholic and Nationalist population in the Bogside area of Derry took to the streets to confront the Royal Ulster Constabulary, in the wake of a Protestant Apprentice Boys parade in the city the riots continued for almost 3 days and saw over 1,000 people injured. They were not a sudden unforeseen event as the pot had been simmering for some time before August. The 'Battle' ended when, in an unprecedented step, British troops were deployed into Derry. This decision by the British Government was to shape the future of Northern Ireland for over thirty years. Through the use of previously unseen archive footage as well as exclusive broadcast clips of the pirate 'Radio Free Derry', Battle Of The Bogside takes us behind the barricades, into Stormont and Westminster, to reveal the inside stories surrounding the Battle and the political response to it. Interviews with key figures from within the Bogside, the RUC and the Northern Ireland and British Governments recreate the drama as events unfold. Many of the contributors are speaking for the first time about those three days in August 1969. Features Nell McCafferty, Martin McGuinness, Bernadette McAliskey, Eamon McCann, volunteer nurse Attracta Bradley, Sir Kenneth Bloomfield, Derry Protestant Diane Greer, former British Home Secretary, Lord Callaghan, Derry Citizens Defence Association (1969), Frank Doran, 1969 Apprentice Boy, Gregory Campbell, Mary Nelis.
    NoteScreened at the Galway Film Fleadh in 2004. Screened at the Cork Film Festival, 2005.
    ReferenceGalway Film Fleadh Programme 2004
    KeywordsBattle of the Bogside
    Derry City
    RUC
    Troubles
    Production creditsp.c.: Perfect Cousins Productions for BBC, ph: Mark McCauley, Chris Evans, Vinny Cunningham, Sam Gracey, s: Billy Gallagher, ed: Kevin Murray, colourist: Brian King, s.mix: Stephen Bray, grip/a.c.: Martin Quigley, p.a.: Deborah Harrigan, Emma Mahon, research: John Petra, Frankie McMenamin, Richard Doherty, m: Jim Walker, The Clash - 'Armagideon Time', thanks: Eamon Hardy, Joe Mahon, Rod Stoneman, Richard Taylor, Andrew Reid, Damian McParland, Elsie Brown, Peter Taylor, Paul McKevitt, Tom Collins, Fiona Johnston, Apprentice Boys of Derry, The Calgach Centre, The Nerve Centre, Westway Films Ltd, archive: BBC, ITN, RTE, Barney McGonnigle, John Ferguson, Jim Cunningham, Northland Broadcast, sc/a.p.: John Peto, exec.p. (BBC): Farah Durrani, Brendan McCarthy (Bord Scannán na hEireann/Irish Film Board), Lottery Funded through the Arts Council of Northern Ireland through NIFTC (Northern Ireland Film and Television Commission) in association with Northland Broadcast and Raw Nerve Productions, p/d: Vinny Cunningham.
    RightsPerfect Cousins Productions
    +44 28 7137 2432
    info@northlandbroadcast.net
    Genre/CategoryDocumentary

    Series/Newsreel titleCENTURY OF CINEMA, THE
    Episode/Item titleIrish Cinema: Ourselves Alone?
    Production companyCentenary Productions
    Poolbeg Productions
    Radio Telefís Éireann/RTE
    Irish Film Board/Bord Scannán na hEireann
    BFI TV
    Channel Four
    Country of originIreland
    Great Britain
    ProducerBLACK, Donald Taylor
    DirectorBLACK, Donald Taylor
    Script/AdaptationROCKETT, Kevin
    PhotographyDEASY, Seamus
    Sound recordingDEASY, Brendan
    CROSS, Raymond
    DELANY, Paul
    EditingHEALY, Maurice
    Executive producerDUIGNAN, Claire (RTE)
    STONEMAN, Rod (BSE)
    MacCABE, Colin
    LAST, Bob
    Music composerWHELAN, Bill
    NarratorBYRNE, Gabriel
    AcknowledgementsFilm Extracts CouRTEsy Of: Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences © 1990 & 1993 A.M.P.A.S., Aeon Films, Association Freres Lumiere, B.A.C. Films, Cathal Black Films/Black Star Films, British Film Institute, CNC/Les Archives du Film, Channel Four Television, Cinegael, Clarence Pictures, The Cooper Family, Derry Film & Video Workshop/Jane Balfour Films, Hilton Edwards Estate, Granada Television, Mrs. Richard Hayward, Irish Film Archive, Desmond Leslie, Little Bird, Lumiere Pictures, Metro-Goldwyn-Meyer, Miramax Films, National Film and Television Archive, Ploygram Film International, RTE Programme Archive, Rank Film Distributors, Republic Entertainment INC., Reuters Television Library, Samson Films, Soverign Pictures Inc., Temple Film & Television Productions, Turner Entertainment Co., Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation, Vision International, Warner Bros., Yellow Asylum; Thanks to: Mary Albert, Ambassador Cinema, Dublin, BBC TV, Paddy Barrett, Peter Canning, Una Carmody, Tom Casey, Darryl Collins, Colm Connolly, Jane Doolan, Sé Merry Doyle, Andrew Eaton, Jan Faull, Ferndale Films, FilmBase, Film Institute of Ireland, Gaiety Theatre, Dublin, Paula Gelfon, John Hill, Irish Film Archive, Irish Film Centre, Junior Dublin Film Festival, The Leslie Family, Declan McLoughlin, John O'Leary, The Purple Room, Roinn na Gaeltachta, Screen Scene, Tracey Seaward, Sheamus Smith, Temple Bar Properties, Windmill Lane Pictures
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourb&w/col
    Soundsound
    Duration52
    FormatSuper 16mm
    Beta SP
    Production date1995
    TX channelRTE 1
    TX date20/04/1995
    CopyIFA/NFTVA
    SummaryA history of Irish cinema featuring clips from older and more recent films. The film formed part of the Centenary of Cinema series. "As Ireland celebrates the centenary of the cinema, this film explores the history of indigenous Irish cinema and of the representations of the Irish in British and American cinemas. With interviews with Irish filmmakers including Joe Comerford, Bob Quinn, Pat Murphy, Cathal Black, Thaddeus O'Sullivan, Jim Sheridan, and Neil Jordan".
    NoteFestivals: Dublin Film Festival; Hong Kong Film Festival; Sydney Film Festival; Geneva Film Festival; Wellington Film Festival, Amiens Film Festival.
    Repeated on RTE Network 2 on 23 December 1995.
    ReferenceGreen on the Screen, RTE Guide, Vol 19, No 16.
    DistributorConnoisseur Video
    PeopleJoe Comerford
    Bob Quinn
    Pat Murphy
    Cathal Black
    Thaddeus O'Sullivan
    Jim Sheridan
    Neil Jordan
    KeywordsCinema
    Film Making
    Film Production
    Film History
    Joe Comerford
    Bob Quinn
    Pat Murphy
    Cathal Black
    Thaddeus O'Sullivan
    Jim Sheridan
    Neil Jordan
    Production creditsp.c: Centenary Productions in association with Poolbeg Productions for Radio Telefís Eireann with the assistance of Bord Scannán na hÉireann/The Irish Film Board, p/d: Donald Taylor Black, sc: Kevin Rockett, film extracts courtesy of: Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences © 1990 & 1993 A.M.P.A.S., Aeon Films, Association Freres Lumiere, B.A.C. Films, Cathal Black Films/Black Star Films, British Film Institute, CNC/Les Archives du Film, Channel Four Television, Cinegael, Clarence Pictures, The Cooper Family, Derry Film & Video Workshop/Jane Balfour Films, Hilton Edwards Estate, Granada Television, Mrs. Richard Hayward, Irish Film Archive, Desmond Leslie, Little Bird, Lumiere Pictures, Metro-Goldwyn-Meyer, Miramax Films, National Film and Television Archive, Ploygram Film International, RTE Programme Archive, Rank Film Distributors, Republic Entertainment INC., Reuters Television Library, Samson Films, Soverign Pictures Inc., Temple Film & Television Productions, Turner Entertainment Co., Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation, Vision International, Warner Bros., Yellow Asylum; thanks to: Mary Albert, Ambassador Cinema, Dublin, BBC TV, Paddy Barrett, Peter Canning, Una Carmody, Tom Casey, Darryl Collins, Colm Connolly, Jane Doolan, Sé Merry Doyle, Andrew Eaton, Jan Faull, Ferndale Films, FilmBase, Film Institute of Ireland, Gaiety Theatre, Dublin, Paula Gelfon, John Hill, Irish Film Archive, Irish Film Centre, Junior Dublin Film Festival, The Leslie Family, Declan McLoughlin, John O'Leary, The Purple Room, Roinn na Gaeltachta, Screen Scene, Tracey Seaward, Sheamus Smith, Temple Bar properties, Windmill Lane Pictures; elec: Tony Swan, a.c.: : Shane Deasy, Conor Kelly, a.ed: Lisa Murphy, telecine: Gerry Hoban, Glenn Kyte, graphics: Ian Jacobs, stills ph: John Morris, archive liaison: Barbara Durack (RTE), Sunniva O'Flynn (IFA), sound recordists: Brendan Deasy, Raymond Cross, Paul Delany, dub. mix.: Cecily Loughman, online ed: Derek Shoebridge, post-production super.: Jim Duggan, BFI executive p.m.: Esther Johnson, series consultant, film copyright co-ord: Grainne Humphreys, m: Bill Whelan, ph: Seamus Deasy, ed: Maurice Healy, narrator: Gabriel Byrne, writer: Kevin Rockett, executive producers: Clare Duignan (RTE), Rod Stoneman (BSE), Colin MacCabe, Bob Last, produced & d: Donald Taylor Black; Produced with the support of investment incentives for the Irish film industry provided by the Government of Ireland; Made by Centenary Productions in association with Poolbeg Productions for Radio Telefís Eireann with the assistance of Bord Scannán na hÉireann/The Irish Film Board; © 1995, col/b&w, 52 mins, 1995.
    Dubbing mixLOUGHMAN, Cecily

    TitleDERRY FILM AND VIDEO NEWS
    Production companyDerry Film and Video Collective
    Country of originNorthern Ireland
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    Soundsound
    Duration30
    Production date1984
    SummaryA news magazine featuring footage of the first women's marathon in Derry and a visit to Derry by a group of black people from Brixton.
    Production creditsp.c: Derry Film and Video Collective, col, 30 mins, 1984.

    TitleGOING TO WORK
    Production companyDerry Youth and Community Workshop
    Country of originNorthern Ireland
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    Soundsound
    Duration5
    Production date1985
    SummaryCommunity arts film which deals humourously with the idea of going to work at eight o'clock in the morning.
    Production creditsp.c: Derry Youth and Community Workshop, col, 5 mins, 1985.

    TitlePLANNING
    Production companyDerry Film and Video Collective
    Country of originNorthern Ireland
    DirectorCOLLINS, Tom
    PhotographyCOLLINS, Tom
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    Soundsound
    Duration25
    Production date1985
    SummaryCommunity video charting some recent changes in Derry City.
    Production creditsp.c: Derry Film and Video Collective, d/c: Tom Collins, col, 25 mins, 1985.

    TitleSTOP STRIP SEARCHING
    Production companyDerry Film And Video Collective
    Country of originNorthern Ireland
    Colourcol
    Soundsound
    Duration50
    FormatVideo
    Production date1987
    SummaryCommunity video calling for an end to strip searching by Northern Ireland's security forces.
    KeywordsTroubles
    Northern Ireland
    Strip Searching
    Production creditsp.c: Derry Film and Video Collective, col, 50 mins, 1987.
    Genre/CategoryCommunity Video

    TitleMOTHER IRELAND
    Production companyDerry Film And Video Collective
    Country of originNorthern Ireland
    ProducerCRILLY, Anne
    CURRAN, Jim
    ENGLISH, Stephanie
    HARKIN, Margo
    MacCOILIN, Tomas
    McGUINNESS, Geraldine
    McMENAMIN, Brendan
    DirectorCRILLY, Anne
    EditingSHIRRA, Mike
    Songs'Irish Mother Irish' (Larkin)
    'Four Green Fields' (Maura Starkie)
    'Coast River' (Donal Lunny) Gael-Linn © 1987
    'Roisin Dubh'
    'Give An Irish Girl To Me' (Eamon Toland & Malcolm Wray)
    'What a Wonderful World' (Helen Brady),
    Acknowledgements"Mother Irish" is dedicated to the memory of Miriam James. We gratefully acknowledge the assistance of: FilmBase, Pilot's row Community Centre, Nazareth House Convent School, McIntyre's Butcher Shop, Linenhall Library, Ulster Folk & Transport Museum, Cultra, Dublin Castle (State Papers Office), National Monuments Branch, Trinity College Library, Kilmainham Gaol Museum, National Wax Museum, Central Bank of Ireland, Travellers Centre (Dublin), City of Sheffield Art Gallery, Graves Art Gallery Manchester, AP/RN Photographs, Pace-Maker Photo Agency, Westport Parish, Knock Parish, Special Thanks to: Anne Forbes, Sister Louis, Marie McIntyre, Michael Quirke, Ruby Todd, Chrissie Ward & Family, Denny Elliot, Chris Bratton, Fergus Tighe, Christy Moore, Michael Gallagher, Nuala Crilly, Joe Mulheron, Jackie Crawford, Brian Moore, Marie Bean Ui Ghralaigh, Peter Moloney, Sean Grant, Dan Gilbert, Camerawork Derry. Archive Footage: Movietone, Pathe, R.T.E., John Reilly & Stefan Moore, John McGuirk, RAI Production Equipment: Broadcast Facilities North, Post Production Facility: Air TV Rostrum Camera: Rocksteady Rostrum
    Colourb&w/col
    Soundsound
    Duration52
    FormatVideo
    Release date1988
    TX channelChannel 4
    TX date11/04/1991
    CopyNFTVA/NIFTVC/UUC
    IFA (VHS)
    SummaryThis film explores the development and use of images and music which personify Ireland as a woman in Irish culture and nationalism. The film highlights how these cultural and stereotypical images of Ireland as a woman influence the idealised model of woman demanded by Irish society. It uses historical film, photographs, political drawings, cartoons and music to explore the largely unrecorded role of women in Irish history and presents realistic images of Irish women at work today. The film includes footage of Emma Groves immediately after she was shot with a rubber bullet fired by a British soldier in 1971, and of Christy Moore's song 'Unfinished Revolution'. Shows a montage of Irish women in resistance roles, and an interview with Gibraltar victim Mairead Farrell. Footage on early civil rights movements is included. Explores the development and use of images and music to personify Ireland as a woman in Irish culture and nationalism.
    NoteSee also NORTHERN NEWSREEL NO 12, 1988. The programme was to be broadcast on Channel Four but was the first programme to fall victim to the broadcasting ban. The film includes footage of Emma Groves immediately after she was shot with a rubber bullet fired by a British soldier in 1971, and of Christy Moore's song 'Unfinished Revolution' which were bioth removed on original broadcast.
    ReferenceBNFVC Vol 26, 1988:64
    Cineaste Vol. XXIV, Nos. 2-3, pp. 42-43
    DistributorDerry Film And Video Collective
    PeopleEmma Groves
    KeywordsTroubles
    Northern Ireland
    Women
    Production creditsp.c/distr: Derry Film & Video, d: Anne Crilly, (in order of appearence) 'Mother Irish' is dedicated to the memory of Miriam James, We gratefully acknowledge the assistance of: FilmBase, Pilot's Row Community Centre, Nazareth House Convent School, McIntyre's Butcher Shop, Linenhall Library, Ulster Folk & Transport Museum, Cultra, Dublin Castle (State Papers Office), National Monuments Branch, Trinity College Library, Kilmainham Gaol Museum, National Wax Museum, Central Bank of Ireland, Travellers Centre (Dublin), City of Sheffield Art Gallery, Graves Art Gallery Manchester, AP/RN Photographs, Pace-Maker Photo Agency, Westport Parish, Knock Parish, special thanks to: Anne Forbes, Sister Louis, Marie McIntyre, Michael Quirke, Ruby Todd, Chrissie Ward & Family, Denny Elliot, Chris Bratton, Fergus Tighe, Christy Moore, Michael Gallagher, Nuala Crilly, Joe Mulheron, Jackie Crawford, Brian Moore, Marie Bean Ui Ghralaigh, Peter Moloney, Sean Grant, Dan Gilbert, camerawork Derry, Archive Footage: Movietone, Pathe, R.T.E., John Reilly & Stefan Moore, John McGuirk, RAI, m: Irish Mother Irish, Larkin, Four Green Fields (Maura Starkie), Coast River (Donal Lunny), Gael-Lin © 1987, Roisin Dubh, Give An Irish Girl To Me, (Eamon Toland & Malcolm Wray), What a Wonderful World (Helen Brady), production equipment: Broadcast Facilities North, post production facility: Air TV, rostrum c.: Rocksteady rostrum, editorial cnslt: Annie Goldson, ed: Mike Shirra, researched and d: Anne Crilly, p: Derry Film and Video, Anne Crilly, Jim Curran, Stephanie English, Margo Harkin, Tomas Mac Coileain, Geraldine McGuinness, Brendan McMenamin: DFV © 1988, Video, b&w/col, 52 mins, 1988. First Broadcast: 1993.
    AdvisorGOLDSON, Annie (Editorial Consultant)
    RightsDFV © 1988
    Genre/CategoryFeature Documentary
    Political

    TitleJOHN F KENNEDY AND THE ISLAND OF DREAMS
    Production companyGraph Films
    Radio Telefís Éireann/RTE
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerMAHER, William
    BYRNE, Darragh
    DirectorBYRNE, Darragh
    Script/AdaptationLYNCH, Brian
    PhotographyFOX, Ronan
    DEASY, Seamus
    VAN GELDERIN, Fin (Additional Footage)
    Sound recordingSHANAHAN, Steve
    FLETCHER, Peter (AudiO'File)
    EditingMONTGOMERY, Guy
    Anner Facilities
    Music composerBYRNE, Niall
    NarratorFOUERE, Olwen (Voiceover artist)
    Acknowledgementsspecial thanks to: Charles and Anne Byrne, Niall Byrne, Ali O'Leary, Eilish Pearce, Dr.'s Peggy and York Moore-Lewy and Family, Dr. Margaret MacCurtain, Francis Moore-Lewy, John & Betty Maher, Candida McMahon, Joan & Brendan O'Cleirigh, Peter Moorehead, Jeanette Doyle, Dave Powers, Dave FARRELL, Brian Lynch, Niamh Daly, The JFK Library, Boston MA, Killian Schurman, Michael O'Cleirigh, Dr. David Nolan, Brian Scanlan, Mary Cough, Sean Reidy, The Embassy of the United States of America, Staff at Cherry Orchard Hospital, Dublin, The JFK Trust, New Ross, Siobhan O'Donaghue, Moritz Schurmann, Billy O'Hanrahan, Gerry McCarthy, Clare Duignan, Gilroy McMahon Architects, The Office of Public Works, Michael Fitzsimons, Nicholas O'Neill, Brian Ormond, John Lawlor, Brian Moran, Andrea Pitt, Mike Kelly, The Irish Film Institute, Derry O'Brier, C.T.T, Jacqueline Beusse, Dr. Joe Mulholland, Patricia Masterson, Tom Kenny, The National Library, Dr. Aiden Meade, Richard Kearney, Annette Byrne, Ken Manning, Tom Aherne, Louis Eaves, Garv.; Acknowledgements: Standard 8mm Footage from: Andy Nathan, Frank Nolan, S.O.P. O'Ceallachain, Judy Heffernan, Finbar McCarthy, excerpts from "The River" and "Aran" couRTEsy of Jan De Fouw, 8mm Telecine - BBC London, Map CouRTEsy of The Neptune Gallery, Photography - The Irish Times, "Kennedy in Ireland" couRTEsy of The JFK Library, Boston, MA, Cloud sequence couRTEsy of BBDO South, Atlanta, GA, Ulster Bank, Visnews, Aer Lingus; with the support of DOCUMENTARY, an initiative of the Media Programme for the European Communities and with the support of Farrell and Associates Group
    Colourb&w/col
    Soundsound
    Duration40
    Production date1993
    TX channelRTE 1
    TX date27/06/1993
    CopyRTE
    SummaryAn accnt. of the visit by former U.S. President John F. Kennedy to Ireland in 1963 with some commentary on his symbolic status as a member of the Irish diaspora.
    KeywordsJohn F. Kennedy
    Irish-Americans
    American Presidents
    Irish Diaspora
    Production creditsp.c: A Graph Production for Radio Telefís Eireann, d: Darragh Byrne, (in order of appearence) special thanks to: Charles and Anne Byrne, Niall Byrne, Ali O'Leary, Eilish Pearce, Dr.'s Peggy and York Moore-Lewy and Family, Dr. Margaret MacCurtain, Francis Moore-Lewy, John & Betty Maher, Candida McMahon, Joan & Brendan O'Cleirigh, Peter Moorehead, Jeanette Doyle, Dave Powers, Dave Farrell, Brian Lynch, Niamh Daly, The JFK Library, Boston MA, Killian Schurman, Michael O'Cleirigh, Dr. David Nolan, Brian Scanlan, Mary Cough, Sean Reidy, The Embassy of the United States of America, Staff at Cherry Orchard Hospital, Dublin, The JFK Trust, New Ross, Siobhan O'Donaghue, Moritz Schurmann, Billy O'Hanrahan, Gerry McCarthy, Clare Duignan, Gilroy McMahon Architects, The Office of Public Works, Michael Fitzsimons, Nicholas O'Neill, Brian Ormond, John Lawlor, Brian Moran, Andrea Pitt, Mike Kelly, The Irish Film Institute, Derry O'Brier, C.T.T, Jacqueline Beusse, Dr. Joe Mulholland, Patricia Masterson, Tom Kenny, The National Library, Dr. Aiden Meade, Richard Kearney, Annette Byrne, Ken Manning, Tom Aherne, Louis Eaves, Garv.; acknowledgements: standard 8mm footage from: Andy Nathan, Frank Nolan, S.O.P. O'Ceallachain, Judy Heffernan, Finbar McCarthy, excerpts from 'The River' and 'Aran' courtesy of Jan De Fouw, 8mm telecine: BBC London, map courtesy of The Neptune Gallery, ph: The Irish Times, 'Kennedy in Ireland' courtesy of The JFK Library, Boston, MA, Cloud sequence courtesy of BBDO South, Atlanta, GA, Ulster Bank, Visnews, Aer Lingus; with the support of DOCUMENTARY, an initiative of the Media Programme for the European Communities and with the support of Farrell and Associates Group; voiceover artist: Olwen Fouere, graphics: Pixamation, audio file: Peter Fletcher, s: Steve Shanahan, light. c.: Ronan Fox, Seamus Deasy, additional film footage: Finn Van Gelderen, ed: Guy Montgomery, Anner Facilities, m: Niall Byrne, script & research: Brian Lynch, d: Darragh Byrne, co-p: William Maher & Darragh Byrne; A Graph Production for Radio Telefís Eireann, col/b&w, 40 mins, 1993.
    ResearchLYNCH, Brian
    GraphicsPixemation

    TitleLONG WAY TO GO, A
    LONG WAY TO GO, A - THE JOHN WALKER STORY
    Production companyDe Facto Films
    Derry Media Access
    Country of originIreland
    DirectorCOLLINS, Tom
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    Soundsound
    Duration52
    Production date1992
    Release date1994
    SummaryA documentary about John Walker, one of the Birmingham Six.
    ReferenceDublin Film Festival Programme, 1994.
    PeopleJohn Walker
    KeywordsTroubles
    Birmingham Six
    Genre/CategoryDocumentary Profile
    Political
    TV Documentary

    TitlePLANNING
    Production companyDerry Film & Video Collective
    Country of originNorthern Ireland
    Colourcol
    Soundsound
    Duration35
    FormatVideo
    Release date1986c
    SummaryThis video examines the links between town planning and housing in Derry and the aims of the British army in maintaining control and surveillance.
    ReferenceBNFVC Vol 24, 1986:147
    DistributorOther Cinema The
    KeywordsHousing
    Genre/CategoryCommunity Video

    TitleSONS OF DERRY, THE
    Production companyDerry Video Productions
    Radio Telefís Éireann/RTE
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerROCK, Marcia
    DirectorROCK, Marcia
    Presenter/ReporterDOWLING, Vincent
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    Soundsound
    Duration55
    TX channelRTE 2
    TX date21/12/1992
    CopyRTE
    SummaryThe story of two men working for change in Northern Ireland - Glen Barr, a Protestant, and Paddy Doherty, a Catholic, attempt to overcome the bitterness of the past.
    RTE guide vol16
    RTE guide issue52

    TitleHARVEST ON HALLOWED GROUND, A
    Production companyDerry Video Productions
    Radio Telefís Éireann/RTE
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerMcCARTHY, Fr. Dermod
    Presenter/ReporterMCCROHAN, Gemma
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    Soundsound
    Duration55
    TX channelRTE 1
    TX date23/12/1992
    CopyRTE
    SummaryEarlier this year, over 500 priests returned to celebrate the 150th Anniversary of All Hallows College, Dublin. They found great change in the seminary.
    RTE guide vol16
    RTE guide issue52

    TitleBLACK DELEGATION, THE
    Production companyDerry Film and Video
    Country of originNorthern Ireland
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    Soundsound
    Duration30
    Release date1985
    Genre/CategoryCommunity Video

    TitleSALTWATER
    Production companyTreasure Film Productions
    Radio Telefís Éireann/RTE Independent Production Unit
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerWALPOLE, Robert
    DirectorMcPHERSON, Conor
    Script/AdaptationMcPHERSON, Conor
    PhotographyCURTIS B.S.C., Oliver
    Sound recordingCORCORAN, Jim
    EditingREYNOLDS, Emer
    Executive producerTHOMPSON, David M.
    STONEMAN, Rod
    DUIGNAN, Clare
    Music composerPlague Monkeys, the
    CastPeter McDonald (Frank Beneventi), Brian Cox (George Beneventi), Conor Mullen (Dr Raymond Sullivan), Laurence Kinlan (Joe Beneventi), Brendan Gleeson ('Simple' Simon McCurdle), Eva Birthistle (Deborah), Velerie Spelman (Carmel Beneventi), David O'Rourke (Damien Fitzgibbon), Caroline O'Boyle (Tara), Gina Moxley (Sergeat Duggan), Garrett Keogh (Professor Tony Regan), Michael McElhatton (John Traynor), Pat Shortt (Mr Fanning), Carl Duering (Professor Konigsberg), Olwen Fouere (Dr Trish Martin), Maria MacDermottroe (headmistress), Alan King (Charlie), Mark Dunne (Junior), Billy Roche (Larry), Eamonn Hunt (Mack), Anto Nolan (Tony, bouncer 1), Simon Delaney (Darren, bouncer 2), Deirdre O'Kane (Maria Beneventi), Lisa Tierney-Keogh (Orla), Hilda Fay (cloakrom attendant), Nuala O'Neill (Michelle), Kevin Healy (Teddy the barman), Derry Power (old man in bookies), Andrew Bennett (garda), Seán Ó Flanagáin (Lawless), Simon Jewell (Duignan), Peter Coonan (Rooney), Ciáran Delaney (Hennessy), Michael Coonan (Logan), Sean Madden (teacher), Joanne Halpin (girl in chipper), Eamon Murphy (bouncer 3), Mary Kate O'Flannagan (Italian radio presenter), Donna Kennedy (girl in jacuzzi)
    LanguageEnglish
    ColourTechnicolor
    SoundDolby Digital
    Duration96
    Footage8606
    Format35mm
    Release date2001
    CopyIFA
    SummaryIn a north Dublin seaside town, Italian immigrants to Ireland, the Beneventies, run a cafe. Oldest son Frank is concerned that his father George is in debt to loan shark Simon while his younger brother, lethargic teenager Joe, befriends Damien. Meanwhile, sister Carmel is dating philosophy lecturer Ray, who also sleeps with a student, Deborah. At a teen disco Joe meets Tara, but accompanying them home, Damien rapes her while she is drunk and unconscious. As George's debt worsens, Frank robs Simon's office, after which Frank, Joe and Ray take a short holiday. On their return, Joe is interviewed by the police about Tara's rape, and Damien is incriminated. Frank decides to go away, while Joe goes to Tara's school to meet her.
    NoteThe Irish Film Archive holds rushes and a casting session for this film on VHS. Conor Mullen reads for the role of Ray.
    Screened at the 12th Galway Film Fleadh, 11-16 July 2000.
    ReferenceS&S 2001 1:58
    DistributorArtificial Eye (UK)
    KeywordsItalians in Ireland
    Cafes
    Young adults
    Sex
    Relationships
    Maturity
    Rape
    Loan sharks
    Police
    LocationDublin
    Production creditsp.c.: Treasure Film Productions, Bord Scannan na hEireann, The Irish Film Board, BBC Films and Bord Scannan na hEireann/The Irish Film Board in association with Radio Telefís Éireann and Alta Films, assoc.p: Dominic Dromgoole, Jan Roldanus, cast: Deirdre O'Kane, Maureen Hughes, Gail Stevens, cost.dsgn.: Kathy Strachan, original m.: The Plague Monkeys, ed: Emer Reynolds, p.dsgn.: Luana Hanson, dop: Oliver Curtis BSC, exec.p.s: David M. Thompson, Rod Stoneman, Clare Duignan, p: Robert Walpole, sc/directed by Conor Mc Pherson, sc.exec. for BBC Films: Tracey Scoffield, p.exec. for BBC Films: Geoffrey Paget, p.m.: Seamus Mc Inerney, p.co-ord.: Maria Collins, a.p.co-ord.: Lisa Drayne, p.trainee: Tyrone Monaghan, assistant to the p: Emma Richardson, executive for Treasure Films: Rachel O'Flanagan, p.accnt.:David Sheehy, a.accnt.: Orla O'Leary, 1st a.d.: Peter Agnew, 2nd a.d.: Charlotte Somers, 3rd a.d.: Dermot Whelan, trainee a.d.s: Susan Drennan, Ray Kenny, extras co-ord.: Ingrid Goodwin, focus puller: Ciaran Kavanagh, Steadicam op.: Howard Smith, clapper loader: Sarah Francis, c.trainees: Robert Seely, Anthony Meade, c.grip: Luke Quigley, trainee grip: Luke Quigley Junior, camera dept. intern: Emma Kate Murphy, s: Jim Corcoran, boom op.: Patrick J. Doyle, s.trainee:Jonathan Doyle, art d.: Sarah Hauldren, a.art d.: Gary Mc Ginty, stand-by art d.: Cliona Harkin, props buyer: Jerry Organ, props master, Michael Flood, stand-by prop: Triona Coen, trainee dressing prop: Eoin Lewis, trainee dressing prop/mural artist: Keith Grogan, storyboard artist: Rory Bresnihan, 2nd unit d: Paddy Breathnach, 2nd unit lighting: cameraman: Cian De Buitlear, c.op.: Donal Gilligan, focus puller: Adrienne Dollard, 2nd unit sound: Ray Cross, sc.super: Catherine Morris, loc.m.: Cara Gavigan, a.loc.m.: Mairead Sandford, loc.trainee: Eoin Holohan, ward.super: Sheila Morley Fahey, ward.a. : Louise Keating, make-up artist: Denise Watson, trainee make-up: Sharon Doyle, hair: Elaine O'Sullivan, gaffer: James Mc Guire, best boy: Robert Cuddy, elec: John Martin O'Flatharta, Graham Haughton, generator op.: Davy Mayes, sp.effs.: Team FX, Aidan & Brendan Byrne, stunt.co-ord. Patrick Condren, stuntmen: David Byrne, Brendan Condren, Joe Condren, Mick Kearns, Norman Kelly, rigger: Mick Freaney, rigger: Kevin Killeen, standby rigger: James Merrigan, standby carpenter: David Norris, cnstr.man.: Dave Whelan, super.carpenter: Paschal Farrell, master painter: Gerry Richardson, painter: Thomas O'Shaughnessy, painter: Edward Richardson, standby painter: Bobby Richardson, chargehand carpenter: Richard Phelan, carpenter: Thomas Barry Cunningham, carpenter: Paul Keogh, carpenter: Matthew Kirwan, carpenter: Brian Geoghegan, stagehand: John Purdy, plasterer : Tommy Matthews, plasterer: Ray Mc Cann, unit publicist: Ginger Corbett, stills ph: Jonathan Hession, unit nurse: Trudi Mc Hugh, caterers: Team Work Catering, transport co-ord.: Eamon Murphy, artiste driver: Michael Phelan, unit drivers: Tom Shortall, Paddy Hiney, Gay Byrne, Daithi Curran, Des Egan, Frank Moore, Derek Patterson, Raymond Boyd, Chris Herron, Graham Mc Glashin, action vehicles: Reggie Blain, 1st a.ed: Jim Dalton, trainee a.ed: Claudine Favrat, super.s.ed.: Michul Pascoe, Audrey Ward, Roy O'Brien, Asa Karrman Riki, 2nd unit: d: Ciaran Donnelly, line p: Matthew Kuipers, dop: Roger Bonnick, loc.m.: Kate Hughes, 1st a.d.: Ian Jenkins, 3rd a.d.: David Waterman, sc.super: Jane Jackson, focus puller: John Cridlin, clapper loader: Steve Miles, sound: Robert Flanagan, boom op.: Stephen Farrell, costume: Dawn Buzby, make-up/hair: Amanda Whitehead, driver: Kieran Baine, video assist: Ben Glickman, runner: Darryl Chase, couriers: Aerly Bird, Facilities By Express Facilities, camera equipment: Panavision Ireland, film stock: Kodak U.K., Photologic Ireland, electrical equipment: Cine Electric Dublin, AFM Dublin, Insurers; Aon Ruben, legal services: Mark Deveraux, Olswang, Geraldine East, A and L Goodbody's, Consultants: James Flynn, Metropolitan Films), Eamonn Bunting (Bank of Scotland), laboratories: Technicolour London, travel agents: Flair Travel, Club Travel, s.ed.: Screen Scene, Foley recording: Lime Street Studios, laboratory liaison: Kieth Bryant, negative cutters: PNC, Heavyworks supplied by: Timeline/Wallslough Studios, Heavyworks tech.: Kevin Hughes, re-recorded at Ardmore Sound, titles: Midas Productions (IRE), titles created by Ruairi Robinson, opticals: Cine Image, Film scanning and recording: Cinesite.
    Art directionHAULDREN, Sarah
    Costume designSTRACHAN, Kathy
    RightsTreasure Films
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    Production designHANSON, Luana
    Genre/CategoryFeature Film Drama

    TitleBLOODY SUNDAY
    Production companyHell's Kitchen
    Portman Film
    Granada
    SponsorBórd Scánnán na hEireann/Irish Film Board
    Film Council
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerREDHEAD, Mark
    SHERIDAN, JIm
    LAPPIN, Arthur
    CROSS, Pippa
    DirectorGREENGRASS, Paul
    Script/AdaptationGREENGRASS, Paul
    PhotographySTRASBURG, Ivan
    Sound recordingBAILEY, Albert
    EditingDOUGLAS, Clare
    Executive producerSTONEMAN, Rod
    Music composerMULDOWNEY, Dominic
    Songs'Sunday Bloody Sunday'
    Performed by U2
    written by U2
    Published by Universal Music Publishing International BV
    CastJames Nesbitt (Ivan Cooper), Allan Gildea (Kevin McCorry), Gerard Crossan (Eamonn McCann), Mary Moulds (Bernadette Devlin), Carmel McCallion (Bridget Bond), Tim-Pigott-Smith (Major General Ford), Nicholas Farrell (Brigadier MacLellan), Chris Villiers (Major Steele), James Hewitt (Colonel Tugwell), Declan Duddy (Gerry Donaghy), Edel Frazer (Gerry's girl), Joanne Lindsay (Mary Donaghy), Mike Edwards (soldier 027), Gerry Hammond (Para F), Jason Stammers (Para G), Ken Williams (Para H), Bryan Watts (Para E), Simon Mann (Colonel Wilford), Rhidian Bridge (Major Loden), Jonathan O'Donnell (Jim), David Rogers (Dennis), Sean O' Kane (Hugh), Thomas McEleney (Tommy), Deirdre Irvine (Bogside woman), Gerry Newton (Mr. O'Keefe), Ross MacDonald (Lieutenant 119), Jim Alexander (CSM), James Scott (officer at barrier 12), Grainne Costello (Mrs Hegarty), Don Mullan (Bogside priest ), David Pearse (O/C provos), Charles Oakden (briefer), Kathy Keira Clarke (Frances), Gerard McSorley (Chief Supt. Lagan), Bruce Alexander, Jason Muir, Tim Clark, Matt Ashenden, Daryl Auckland (Brigade Net), Rita Hamill (Peggy Deery), Robert O' Connor (Willie McKinney), Kevin McCallion (Barney McGuigan), James McLaughlin (Jim Wray), Graham Harrison (officer at barrier 14), Oliver Maguire (RUC man), Darren Healey (303 man), Simon Emberley (Lieutenant N), Raymond Cullen (Father Daly), Tony Bates (Doctor Swords), Kevin Meehan (hospital administrator), Mark Redhead (journalist), Ian Dray (SIB officer)
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    Soundsound
    Duration110
    Footage9917
    FormatSuoer 16
    Release date2002
    TX channelTV3
    TX date01/05/2005
    CopyIFA
    IFA (VHS)
    SummaryDerry, 30 January 1972. MP Ivan Cooper prepares to lead an anti-internment march by the Northern Ireland Civil Rights Association through the city's Catholic 'Bogside' district. Major General Ford of the British Army reminds journalists that such marches are illegal. Brigadier MacLellan prepares an operation to apprehend suspected 'hooligans' on the march, spearheaded by paratroopers under Colonel Wilford. Teenager Gerry Donaghy, previously arrested for rioting, assures his family that he will avoid trouble. Cooper seeks assurance from the Provisional IRA that they will not initiate violence. The marchers proceed on their pre-agreed route, but a group breaks away towards Army barricades and begins rioting. MacLellan authorises soldiers to fire water-cannon, rubber bullets and CS gas. Amid mounting chaos, shots are heard, and civilians are wounded. While Cooper addresses the gathering, the Paras move into the Bogside and fire live rounds at rioters. Ford and Wilford advise the media of three civilian deaths, but at the city hospital Cooper learns there are 13 dead and 14 wounded. Debriefed, each paratrooper insists their targets were armed. Mortally wounded, Gerry is stopped at an Army roadblock, and nail bombs are planted on his body. At a press conference, Cooper warns the British government that they have handed the IRA a propaganda victory, and that the nonviolent phase of Northern Ireland politics has ended.
    NoteThe following statement appears at the closing credits to this film: "27 People were shot on Bloody Sunday. Deceased: Patrick Doherty Gerald Donaghy Jacky Duddy Hugh Gilmore Michael Kelly Michael McDaid Kevin McElhinney Barney McGuigan Gerald McKinney William McKinney William Nash James Wray John Young Wounded Michael Bradley Michael Bridge Alana Burke Patrick Campbell Peggy Deery Damien Donaghy Joseph Friel Daniel Gillespie John Johnson Joseph Mahon Patrick McDaid Daniel McGowan Alexander Nash Patrick o' Donnell Michael Quinn More than 3000 people have died during the troubles in Northern Irish".
    ReferenceSight and Sound, 7/2002: 59, review.
    The Guardian, 11/1/2001: 4-5, 'Making History', interview with Paul Greengrass, the director of the film Bloody Sunday. He talks about how he was inspired by the book 'Eyewitness Bloody Sunday' and he gives a detailed accnt. of the event and how he captured it on film.
    The Guardian, 17/3/2001: 11, short news item announcing the New Cinema Fund's film grant for the British-Irish co-produced film Bloody Sunday.
    Sunday Tribune (Art Life), 18/3/2001: 7, short news item on the possible funding by the UK Film Council for the British-Irish co-produced film Bloody Sunday (Ciaran Carty).
    Sight and Sound, 4/2001: 6, 'Belfast Story', short article on the inevitable controversy which will surround the British-Irish co-produced film Bloody Sunday.
    14th Galway Film Fleadh Programme, 9/7/2001: 60, preview of the film Bloody Sunday. It gives a brief accnt. of the historical event and describes the four main protagonists within the film.
    Irish Times (The Ticket), 5/12/2002: 32, short news item announcing the world premiere of the film Bloody Sunday at the 2002 Sundance Film Festival (Michael Dwyer).
    Irish Times (The Ticket), 19/12/2001: 28, short article on the film Bloody Sunday, with a comment by the producer Arthur Lappin. He hopes the television stations will defer the transmission of the film until it has had a cinema or video release (Michael Dwyer).
    Irish Times, 7/1/2002: 6, 'Actor in tears over 'Bloody Sunday' film', article on the private screening in Derry of the film Bloody Sunday. It describes the emotional reaction felt by the victims' relatives and by the Irish actor James Nesbitt, who played one of the protagonists.
    Irish Times (Weekend), 12/1/2002: 6, short news item announcing the broadcasting of the British-Irish co-produced film Bloody Sunday on TV3 (Maire Kearney).
    Sunday Tribune, 13/1/2002: 9, 'Northern Protestants Acting the Part', short news item outlining some of the political views expressed by the Irish actor James Nesbitt, at the screening of his latest film Bloody Sunday. (Helen Murray).
    Sunday Times (Culture), 13/1/2001: 14-15, 'Shooting the past to find truth',
    article praising the documentary-style authenticity of director Paul Greengrass's film Bloody Sunday. It also discusses the historical impact of the event and the realistic performances of the main protagonists, in particular the role of Ivan Cooper, played by James Nesbitt (Gerry McCarthy).
    Sunday Tribune (People), 13/1/2002: 3, interview with actor James Nesbitt who talks about his role in Bloody Sunday. He also comments on media reaction to his public statements about the event (Ann Marie Hourihane).
    Sunday Business Post (Agenda), 13/1/2002: 2, 'This film will really make your blood boil', article depicting the controversial elements within the film Bloody Sunday and what resonance it will have for both British and Irish viewers. It also gives some background on the main protagonists (Damien Kiberd).
    Sunday Business Post, 13/1/2002: 3, ''Bloody fantasy' reports lead to call for boycott of Associated Newspaper titles', article discussing the poster campaign to boycott Associated Newspaper titles, in response to the article in the Daily Mail, which challenged the version of events depicted in the film Bloody Sunday (Catherine O'Mahony).
    Irish Times (The Ticket), 16/1/2002: 7, TV review of the film Bloody Sunday. It gives a positive reaction to the film and to James Nesbitt's performance as Ivan Cooper (Michael Dwyer).
    Radio Times, 19/1/2002: 18-19, 'In the firing line', article on the two films, Bloody Sunday and Sunday. It includes comments by Bloody Sunday's producer Mark Redhead. He says it is a pro-peace film and asks the media and politicians to look at it before condemning it as "pro-IRA" (James Rampton).
    Irish Times (Weekend), 19/1/2002: 3, 'About Bloody time', article on the two films, Bloody Sunday and Sunday. It discusses the two dramatic reconstructions in detail, using moments from the films and factual accnts from living survivors (Kathy Sheridan).
    Sunday Independent, 20/1/2002: 16, 'Why no Enniskillen movie on Protestant suffering?', article debating the merits of the two films Bloody Sunday and Sunday. Actor James Nesbitt's remarks condemned as going against his own Protestant background (Eoghan Harris).
    Sunday Times (Culture), 20/1/2002: 59, TV preview of the British-Irish co-produced film Bloody Sunday. It describes the conference scenes, lists the main protagonists and praises the authenticity of the script, direction and actors' performances (Kate Butler).
    Sunday Independent, 24/1/2002: 22, TV preview of the film Bloody Sunday. It includes comments from the producer Mark Redhead, claiming the film not to be pro-IRA and from the actor Gerard Crossan, who believes the film gives some emotional closure for the people of Derry.
    Irish Times (Magazine), 19/1/2002: 35, TV preview of the film Bloody Sunday, starring the Irish actor James Nesbitt. (Tony Clayton-Lea).
    Irish Times, 22/1/2002: 5, short news item on the British-Irish co-produced film Bloody Sunday winning the audience award, at the 2002 US Sundance Film Festival.
    The Guardian (Friday Review), 25/1/2002: 14, TV review of the film Bloody Sunday. It discusses the portrayal of the groups involved in the events that occurred. It gives a very positive review of James Nesbitt's performance.
    The Guardian (The Editor), 26/1/2002: 17, short article illustrating the emotional impact of the film Bloody Sunday on the viewer. It commends it for not taking an anti-British slant and discusses the techiques employed, that enhanced its authenticity (Gareth McLean).
    Sunday Business Post (Agenda), 27/1/2002: 8, 'Bloody Sunday: Armageddon in Derry', article commending the authenticity of the film Bloody Sunday. It also asks why RTE didn't broadcast the film (Emmanuel Kehoe).
    Sunday Independent (Living and Leisure), 27/1/2002: 24, 'The town we know so well', short article on the film Bloody Sunday. It questions the purpose of making a fictional version of this event, regardless of its docu-drama style, claiming that it can never replace the real-life images (Declan Lynch).
    Sunday Times (Culture), 27/1/2002: 12-13, 'The first casualty of docudrama', short article condemning the docu-drama style of the film Bloody Sunday as contrived, giving the impression of reality, as if the makers had the definitive word on the past (A.A. Gill).
    Sunday Tribune (People), 27/1/2002: 3, 'A black and white atrocity', article describing the "Hidden Truths: Bloody Sunday 1972" exhibition, at New York's International Centre for Photography, which chronicles each step of the march, leading to its horrific conclusion (Marion McKeone).
    Irish Times (The Ticket), 30/1/2002: 28, short article on the film Bloody Sunday, which has been selected for competition at the 2002 Berlin Film Festival. There is reference to its Sundance Film Festival award and the film's distributors in the US, UK and Irish (Michael Dwyer).
    Irish Times, 30/1/2002: 3, ''Bloody Sunday' in running for award', short news item on the film Bloody Sunday, which is in the running for the Golden Bear award at the 2002 Berlin Film Festival (Derek Scally).
    The Guardian (Friday Review), 1/2/2002: 8, 'My Hero Alan Clarke', interview with Paul Greengrass, the director of the film Bloody Sunday. He explains in detail the chance meeting with his hero, the British film-maker Alan Clarke and how this director has inspired his work.
    Irish Times, 18/2/2002: 1, ''Bloody Sunday' film shares top prize Golden Bear at Berlin festival', short article on the film Bloody Sunday, which was joint winner of the Golden Bear award at the 2002 Berlin Festival. It also refers to its other awards, including comments from Paul Greengrass and James Nesbitt (Derek Scally).
    Irish Times (The Ticket), 20/2/2002: 6, 'In Berlin...', short news item on the British-Irish co-produced film Bloody Sunday, which won the Golden Bear award for its "extraordinary authenticity" at the 2002 Berlin Film Festival (Derek Scally).
    Film Ireland, Issue 85, Feb-Mar 2002: 12, '30.1.72', article discussing the achievements of the film Bloody Sunday in the light of the comments it provoked in the British media and how it compares to other films from the ''Troubles Cinema"'. (Tony Keily).
    Film Ireland, Issue 85, Feb-Mar 2002: 5, editorial introducing the theme of war linking the films Bloody Sunday and Behind Enemy Lines. (Tony Keily).
    Sight and Sound, 3/2002: 39, article on the film Bloody Sunday. It gives a summary of the film and praises the director for his detailed re-enactment of the events of that day. There is also some reference to the Widgery inquiry (Richard Kelly).
    Sunday Times, 3/3/2002: 5, 'Bloody Sunday actor backs Omagh group',
    article on Irish actor James Nesbitt who's backing the campaign to sue the Omagh bombers for damages. Also, comments from campaign leader Gallagher, on Nesbitt's controversial role in the film Bloody Sunday. (Liam Clarke).
    Irish Times, 15/4/2002: 6, 'Bloody Sunday TV dramas ruled unbiased', article announcing that the two films Bloody Sunday and Sunday have been cleared of bias by the British Independent Television Commission.
    Sunday Times (Culture), 21/4/2002: 8, review of the video and DVD release of the film Bloody Sunday. It praises Paul Greengrass's direction and the performance given by the Irish actor James Nesbitt. (Steve Grant)
    Film Ireland, Issue 86, Apr-/4/2002: 9, 'Big in Berlin', article on the film Bloody Sunday, joint winner of the Golden Bear award at the 2002 Berlin Film Festival. It commends the director, Paul Greengrass, for his realistic portrayal of the event, particularly in using members from both communities as actors. Also includes comments from the director (Hendrike Bake).
    Sunday Times, 26/12/1999: 6, 'TV race to relive Bloody Sunday', article on the two British companies who are producing drama-documentaries claiming to tell the true story of what happened on Bloody Sunday (Phelim McAleer and Vincent Kearney).
    Sunday Tribune (Art Life), 22/9/2002: 7, Bloody Sunday has been selected for the 2002 European Film Prize (Ciaran Carty).
    Irish Times (The Ticket), 24/10/2002: 28, short news item on awards won by the film Bloody Sunday (Michael Dwyer).
    The Guardian, 25/10/2002: 15, 'Apocalypse again for British films', report on the decline in British film production (Fiachra Gibbons).
    Sunday Tribune (Art Life), 3/11/2002: 10, 'Limelight-Snapped', James Nesbitt pictured at the British Independent Film Awards, after winning Best Actor for his role in the film Bloody Sunday.
    Sunday Times (News Review), 17/11/2002: 13, 'Bloody Sunday's Oscar bid', article on the British-Irish co-produced film Bloody Sunday. It discusses the filmmakers petition to the President of the Academy Awards to allow the film to be eligible for an Oscar nomination (Jan Battles).
    Sunday Tribune, 15/8/2004: 33, 'Firebrand in Tinseltown', Paul Greengrass hopes to make a third Irish film completing a trilogy with Bloody Sunday and Omagh. (Ciaran Carty).
    Irish Times (The Ticket), 21/11/2002: 28, 'Oscar bid for Bloody Sunday',
    short news item on Bloody Sunday, announcing its distributors bid to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts to change the rules barring films from the Oscars. Includes comments from producer Mark Redhead (Michael Dwyer).
    Irish Times (The Ticket), 28/11/2002: 28, short news item on the film Bloody Sunday, for which the Irish actor James Nesbitt won best actor award at the 13th Stockholm International Film Festival (Michael Dwyer).
    Irish Times (The Ticket), 19/12/2002: 28, short news item on the film Bloody Sunday, announcing the AMPAS's ruling to deem the film ineligible for Oscar nomination (Michael Dwyer).
    Cineaste, Vol. XXVII No.4, Fall 2002: 42, 'Bloody Sunday', article on Bloody Sunday, which discusses the film's visual style of documentary realism and choice of casting, analysing the characters played by Irish actor James Nesbitt and Tim Piggot-Smith. It refers to the film's impact on audiences and its political and controversial implications (Martin McLoone).
    DistributorPortman Entertainment
    KeywordsTroubles
    1972
    Bloody Sunday
    Derry
    Bogside
    Murder
    Northern Ireland Civil Rights Association
    Civil Rights
    Northern Ireland
    British army
    Parachute Regiment
    Provisional IRA
    Gerry Donaghy
    Ivan Cooper
    Bernadette Devlin
    Eamon McCann
    Brigadier MacLellan
    Major General Ford
    Colonel Wilford
    LocationDerry City
    Ballymun
    Dublin
    Production creditsp.c.: Portman Film Presents in association with Granada, Film Council and Bord Scannan na hEireann/The Irish Film Board, A Granada Film/Hell's Kitchen Production, p: Mark Redhead, sc/d: Paul Greengrass, exec.p.s: Pippa Cross, Arthur Lappin, Jim Sheridan, Paul Trijbits, Tristan Whalley, exec.p. for Bord Scannan na hEirann/The Irish Film Board: Rod Stoneman, co-p.s: Don Mullan, Paul Myler, dop: Ivan Strasburg, p.dsgn.: John Paul Kelly, ed: Clare Douglas, cost: Dinah Collin, cast: John and Ros Hubbard, original m.: Dominic Muldowney, Eyewitness Bloody Sunday by Don Mullan is published by Wolfhound Press. p.m.: Jo Homewood, 1st a.: Luke Johnston, 2nd a.d.: Therese Friel, 3rd a.d.: Marcus Lynch, trainee Ad's: Alex Jones, Ray Kenny, Jillian Wilson, extras co-ord.: Ingrid Goodwin, extras co-ord./Derry: Celine Friel, p.accnt.:Rory MacDermott, assistant production accnt: Clare Cunningham, accnts a.: Billie Webster, extra's payroll: Mel Gallagher, p.co-ord.: Deirdre Doorley, a.co-ord.: Mary Gilroy, researcher: Lucy Dyke, p.a.: Ruth Murphy, sc.super: Louise Gaffney, loc.m.: Paddy McCarney, a.loc. m.: Naoise Barry, loc.trainee: Conor James O'Carroll, art d.: Padraig O'Neill, a.art d.: Colman Corish, trainee art d.: Emma Fitzsimons, cnstr.man.: Ed Norton, super.carpenter: Paschal Farrell, carpenters: Mattew Kirwan, Brian Geoghegan, Austin Connolly, Michael Murphy, Thomas Barry-Cunningham, chargehand: Liam O'Riain, HOD plasterer: Allan Cheevers, plasterer: Kevin Mulligan, painter: Marco Testarossa, painters: Thomas O'Shaughnessy, Philip O'Shaughnessy, Bobby Richardson, stagehands: Anthony Arkins, George Arkins, David Chambers, Gearoid O'Riain, riggers:Francis Bush, Brendan McNicholl, Kevin Killeen, props buyer: Johnny Byrne, trainee props buyer: Sarah Kingston, props master: Michael Flood, standby props: Gerard Lanigan, Alan Dunne, dressing prop: John Porter, prop dresser: Max Aita, trainee prop: Joel Daminiani, prop runaround: Gay Byrne, action vehicle co-ord.: Karl Moore Lewy, action vehicle a.: Patrick Parker, 2nd c.op.: Ciaran Kavanagh, clapper loader: Helen Madden, c.trainee: Andrew O'Reilly, elec: Brian Sheridan, s: Albert Bailey (amps), boom op.: Stephen Farrell, s.trainee:Brian Connolly, chief make-up: Morna Ferguson, assistant make-up: Niamh O'Loan, chief hair: Lorraine Glynn, a.hair dresser: Conor MacAllister, a.cost.:Louise Keating, military cost.a.: Una Nicholson, ward.super: Sheila Fahey, ward.a. : Emer O'Laoghaire, ward. trainees: Edel Shortall, Debbie Millington, a.ed: Tom Kinnersly, factual publicist: Mike Large, drama publicists: Zoe McIntyre, Pete Daly, Ian Johnson, picture ed: Shane Chapman, stills ph: Bernard Walsh, stunt.co-ord. Pat Condren, sp.effs. co-ord.: Maurice Foley, unit nurse: Eileen Conroy, armourer: John McKenna, military advisers: Rhidian Bridge, Simon Mann, Colin Coull, Mal, military cast: 2020 cast, unit drivers: Jimmy Cullen, Tony Cullen, Noel Burke, Richard Cullen, Jeff Cullen, facilities: Eddie Cullen, camera truck: Willie Cooley, standby props truck: Jim (Whiskers), construction runaround: Lar Quinn, dining bus: Noel Burke, hair/make-up: John Kelehan, ward.: Tony Burke, John Fearon, genny; Derek Patterson, 2nd unit p.m.: Adrian McCarthy, p.co-ord.: Oonagh McMorrow, loc.m.: Mary McCarthy, 1st a. .: Liz Gill, action vehicles: Karl Moore Lewy, caterers: Hot Buns Catering, camera company: UFG Irish, facilities vehicles: E.C. transport, insurers: Granada Media Plc, legals: Granada Film, Mark Pybus, Matheson Ormsby Prentice, James Hickey, Ruth Hunter, Film Council: Pierre Du Plessis. For Granada Film: Bill Shephard, Joy Schoenborn, Jasmin Juvanteny, Myra Ghandi, Jacky Fitt, Aytac Mustafa, Rebecca Hodgson, Emmeline Yang. For Film Council: Emma Clarke, Vince Holden, For Hell's Kitchen: Niamh Nolan, Sue Henderson, film stock: Photologic, Rushes and Prints: Soho Images. For Soho Images: Nigel Horn, Martin McGlone, John Taylor, digital post.p.: Digital Film Lab, For Digital film lab: Giles Livesy, Steen Lyders-Hansen, Sam Smith, Ian Differ, Vicci Allan, Eric D' Souza, Andreas Rostock, negative cutting by: Professional neg.cutterting, Digital audio post.p.: The Frame, re-recorded at: Worldwide Recording Studios, London, super.s.ed.:Danny Longhurst, s.ed.s: Pat Boxshall, Jennie Evans, re-rd.mix.: Richard King, Dolby Digital in Selected Theatres, titles: 3Sixtymedia, post.p. sc:Sapex Scripts. With thanks to: The People of Derry and Ballymun, The Bloody Sunday Justice Campaign, The Bloody Sunday Trust, Peter Madden, Desmond J Doherty, John Kelly, Michael McKinney, U2, Nick Elliot, Jenny Reeks. Maps reproduced by kind permission of the Ordnance Survey of Northern Ireland on behalf of the controller of HMSQ. Produced with the support of the Lottery through the Film Council, New Cinema Fund, Film/Council Lottery Funded, Co-Produced in Ireland by January Films Limited for Granada Film Limited/Hell's Kitchen Limited, international sales: Portman Film, Filmed on location in Derry and Dublin, This film is based on true events. However, certain details, dialogue scenes and characters have been invented or adapted in the process of dramatising the film. All material is protected by copyright laws of the United States and all Countries throughout the World. All rights reserved. Any unauthorised exhibition, distribution or copying of this film or any part thereof (including soundtrack) is an iNíringement of the relevant copyright and will subject the iNíringer to severe Civil and Filminal penalties. C: Granada/Hell's Kitchen/Film Council.
    Art directionO'NEILL, Padraig
    Costume designCOLIN, Dinah
    RightsGranada
    Hell's Kitchen
    Film Council
    Production designKELLY, John Paul
    Genre/CategoryPolitical Drama
    Feature Film Drama

    Series/Newsreel titleFERGUS'S WEDDING
    Production companyGrand Pictures Production
    Radio Telefís Éireann/RTE
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerHOLMES, Susan
    DirectorFITZGIBBON, Ian
    Script/AdaptationFITZGIBBON, Ian
    McELHATTON, Michael
    Sound recordingFAUJAS, Philippe
    EditingGAVIGAN, Grainne
    Songs'The Human Body' written and performed by Prince.
    CastMichael McElhatton (Fergus Walsh), Julia Ford (Penny Kent), Peter McDonald (Tony), Deirdre O'Kane (Lorraine), Anna Healy (Fiona), Dearbhla Molloy (Mrs. Walsh), Derry Power (Mr. Walsh), Kathy Downes (Gráinne), Gerard McSorley (Fr. Kieran), Mark Lambert (Julian), Gary Lydon (Shay), Conor McPherson (Dermot).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    Soundsound
    Duration53
    Release date2002
    TX channelRTE 1
    TX date18/02/2002
    CopyRTE
    SummarySix part comedy following the adventures of Fergus who is engaged to be married to his English girlfriend Penny.
    ReferenceRTE Guide, 30/11/01:12-13, ‘Boys Keep Swinging’, interview with producer Michael Garland, director Ian Fitzgibbon and actor Michael McElhatton on location with their comedy series Fergus's Wedding. They talk about how the idea for the series and the characters evolved (Donal O'Donoghue).

    Sunday Times (Culture), 16/12/01:10, ‘Sex and the single microwave’, interview with director Ian Fitzgibbon and actor/writer Michael McElhatton on their comedy series Fergus's Wedding. They talk about the script and characters, including their previous success with Paths of Freedom (Liam Fay).

    Irish Times (Magazine), 16/02/02:39, Highlights, preview of the Irish comedy series Fergus's Wedding (Lorna Kernan).

    Sunday Tribune (Art Life), 17/02/02:2, ‘Paths to Laughter’, interview with Irish actor/writer Michael McElhatton on his new comedy series Fergus's Wedding. He talks about the characters and cast and explains the difference between this project and his previous series Paths to Freedom (Nick Kelly).

    Sunday Tribune, 17/02/02:7, ‘'Paths' team swing their way up the aisle’, interview with Deirdre O'Kane and Peter McDonald who talk about their roles in Fergus's Wedding (Helen Murray).

    Sunday Independent, 17/02/02:23, ‘Follier-upper is even better’, positive review of the comedy series Fergus's Wedding (Sarah Caden).

    Sunday Times (Culture), 17/02/02:63, Critics' choice, positive preview of the Irish comedy series Fergus's Wedding.

    Irish Times (Magazine), 23/02/02:39, preview of the Irish comedy drama (Lorna Kernan).

    Irish Times (Weekend), 23/02/02:6, ‘Waiting to get swinging’, favourable review of Irish comedy series Fergus's Wedding (Shane Hegarty).

    Sunday Independent, 24/02/02:13, ‘Fergus hits the funny bone’, article on the Irish comedy series Fergus's Wedding, which discusses the principal character, Fergus and asks us not to judge the comedy on its first episode. It also compares it with the writers' previous success, Paths to Freedom (Declan Lynch).

    Sunday Business Post (Agenda), 24/02/02:8, ‘Fergus's Wedding doesn't swing’, negative review of Fergus's Wedding. Includes a positive review of its predecessor Paths to Freedom (Emmanuel Kehoe).

    Sunday Tribune (Art Life), 24/02/02:11, ‘The jury's out’, negative review of the Irish comedy series Fergus's Wedding. It also compares it to its successful predecessor Paths to Freedom (Paddy Murray).

    Irish Times (Magazine), 02/03/02:39, preview (Lorna Kernan).

    Irish Times (Weekend), 09/03/02:6, ‘24 hours can be a long time’, negative review of the Irish comedy series Fergus's Wedding (Shane Hegarty).

    Sunday Independent, 10/03/02:17, ‘Stand-up to be counted’, interview with Irish actress/comedian Deirdre O'Kane. She talks about her two careers and the Edinburgh Festiva (Patricia Deevy).

    Sunday Times (Culture), 10/03/02:63, preview of the Irish comedy series Fergus's Wedding.

    Irish Times (Magazine), 16/03/02:39, preview of the penultimate episode of Fergus's Wedding (Lorna Kernan).

    Sunday Independent, 17/03/02:14, ‘Sadistic pleasures of comedy’, favourable review of the Irish comedy series Fergus's Wedding (Declan Lynch).

    Irish Times (Magazine), 23/03/02:39, preview of the Irish comedy series Fergus's Wedding (Lorna Kernan).

    Sunday Independent, 24/03/02:21, ‘Nuptials Of The Week’, negative TV review of the characters in the Irish comedy series Fergus's Wedding.

    Sunday Independent, 24/03/02:14, ‘More years than we care to remember’, negative review of the fifth episode of the Irish series Fergus's Wedding (Declan Lynch).

    Sunday Times (Culture), 24/03/02:63, Critics' choice, preview of the Irish series Fergus's Wedding.

    Sunday Business Post, 31/03/02:8, ‘A grisly body of post-mortem plastic’, favourable review of the final episode of the Irish series Fergus's Wedding (Emmanuel Kehoe).

    Sunday Times (Culture), 09/06/02:6-7, ‘Marriage of convenience’, interview with Irish actress/comedian Deirdre O'Kane, who plays Lorraine in Fergus's Wedding (Mick Heaney).
    RTE guide vol26
    RTE guide issue8
    KeywordsMarriage
    Dublin
    English people
    LocationDublin
    Production creditsp.c.: Grand Pictures, p: Susan Holmes, d: Ian Fitzgibbon, sc: Ian Fitzgibbon, Michael McElhatton, ed: Grainne Gavigan, s: Phillipe Faujaus, cost: Lorna Marie Mugan, a.d.: Peter Agnew, s.re-rd.mix: Peter Blayney, boom op: Dave Harris, Foley: Caoimhe Doyle. loc.m.: Mairtin De Barra, Isabel Duggan-Rofé, p.co-ord: Gillian Flood, p.accnt: Tom Maguire, a.ed.: Aidan O'Brien.
    Costume designMUGAN, Lorna Marie
    Genre/CategoryTV Drama Series
    TV Comedy Series

    Series/Newsreel titleFERGUS'S WEDDING
    Production companyGrand Pictures Production
    Radio Telefís Éireann/RTE
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerHOLMES, Susan
    DirectorFITZGIBBON, Ian
    Script/AdaptationFITZGIBBON, Ian
    McELHATTON, Michael
    Sound recordingFAUJAS, Philippe
    EditingGAVIGAN, Grainne
    Songs'The Human Body' written and performed by Prince.
    CastMichael McElhatton (Fergus Walsh), Julia Ford (Penny Kent), Peter McDonald (Tony), Deirdre O'Kane (Lorraine), Anna Healy (Fiona), Dearbhla Molloy (Mrs. Walsh), Derry Power (Mr. Walsh), Kathy Downes (Gráinne), Gerard McSorley (Fr. Kieran), Mark Lambert (Julian), Gary Lydon (Shay), Chris McHallem (Clive), Hugh O'Conor (Sex shop Assistant).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    Soundsound
    Duration53
    Release date2002
    TX channelRTE 1
    TX date04/03/2002
    CopyRTE
    SummarySecond series of six part comedy following the adventures of Fergus who is engaged to be married to his English girlfriend Penny.
    RTE guide vol26
    RTE guide issue8
    KeywordsDublin
    Marriage
    English people
    LocationDublin
    Production creditsp.c.: Grand Pictures, p: Susan Holmes, d: Ian Fitzgibbon, sc: Ian Fitzgibbon, Michael McElhatton, ed: Grainne Gavigan, s: Phillipe Faujaus, cost: Lorna Marie Mugan, a.d.: Peter Agnew, s.re-rd.mix: Peter Blayney, boom op: Dave Harris, Foley: Caoimhe Doyle. loc.m.: Mairtin De Barra, Isabel Duggan-Rofé, p.co-ord: Gillian Flood, p.accnt: Tom Maguire, a.ed.: Aidan O'Brien.
    Costume designMUGAN, Lorna Marie
    Genre/CategoryTV Drama Series
    TV Comedy Series

    Series/Newsreel titleFERGUS'S WEDDING
    Production companyGrand Pictures Production
    Radio Telefís Éireann/RTE
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerHOLMES, Susan
    DirectorFITZGIBBON, Ian
    Script/AdaptationFITZGIBBON, Ian
    McELHATTON, Michael
    Sound recordingFAUJAS, Philippe
    EditingGAVIGAN, Grainne
    Songs'The Human Body' written and performed by Prince.
    CastMichael McElhatton (Fergus Walsh), Julia Ford (Penny Kent), Peter McDonald (Tony), Deirdre O'Kane (Lorraine), Anna Healy (Fiona), Dearbhla Molloy (Mrs. Walsh), Derry Power (Mr. Walsh), Kathy Downes (Gráinne), Gerard McSorley (Fr. Kieran), Mark Lambert (Julian), Gary Lydon (Shay), Tomas O'Suilleabhain (Male Stripper).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    Soundsound
    Release date2002
    TX channelRTE 1
    TX date11/03/2002
    CopyRTE
    SummarySecond series of six part comedy following the adventures of Fergus who is engaged to be married to his English girlfriend Penny.
    RTE guide vol26
    RTE guide issue8
    KeywordsDublin
    Marriage
    English people
    LocationDublin
    Production creditsp.c.: Grand Pictures, p: Susan Holmes, d: Ian Fitzgibbon, sc: Ian Fitzgibbon, Michael McElhatton, ed: Grainne Gavigan, s: Phillipe Faujaus, cost: Lorna Marie Mugan, a.d.: Peter Agnew, s.re-rd.mix: Peter Blayney, boom op: Dave Harris, Foley: Caoimhe Doyle. loc.m.: Mairtin De Barra, Isabel Duggan-Rofé, p.co-ord: Gillian Flood, p.accnt: Tom Maguire, a.ed.: Aidan O'Brien.
    Costume designMUGAN, Lorna Marie
    Genre/CategoryTV Drama Series
    TV Comedy Series

    Series/Newsreel titleFERGUS'S WEDDING
    Production companyGrand Pictures Production
    Radio Telefís Éireann/RTE
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerHOLMES, Susan
    DirectorFITZGIBBON, Ian
    Script/AdaptationFITZGIBBON, Ian
    McELHATTON, Michael
    Sound recordingFAUJAS, Philippe
    EditingGAVIGAN, Grainne
    Songs'The Human Body' written and performed by Prince.
    CastMichael McElhatton (Fergus Walsh), Julia Ford (Penny Kent), Peter McDonald (Tony), Deirdre O'Kane (Lorraine), Anna Healy (Fiona), Dearbhla Molloy (Mrs. Walsh), Derry Power (Mr. Walsh), Kathy Downes (Gráinne), Gerard McSorley (Fr. Kieran), Mark Lambert (Julian), Gary Lydon (Shay), Conor McPherson (Dermot).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    Soundsound
    Duration53
    Release date2002
    TX channelRTE 1
    TX date25/02/2002
    CopyRTE
    SummarySecond series of six part comedy following the adventures of Fergus who is engaged to be married to his English girlfriend Penny.
    RTE guide vol26
    RTE guide issue8
    KeywordsDublin
    Marriage
    English people
    LocationDublin
    Production creditsp.c.: Grand Pictures, p: Susan Holmes, d: Ian Fitzgibbon, sc: Ian Fitzgibbon, Michael McElhatton, ed: Grainne Gavigan, s: Phillipe Faujaus, cost: Lorna Marie Mugan, a.d.: Peter Agnew, s.re-rd.mix: Peter Blayney, boom op: Dave Harris, Foley: Caoimhe Doyle. loc.m.: Mairtin De Barra, Isabel Duggan-Rofé, p.co-ord: Gillian Flood, p.accnt: Tom Maguire, a.ed.: Aidan O'Brien.
    Costume designMUGAN, Lorna Marie
    Genre/CategoryTV Drama Series
    TV Comedy Series

    Series/Newsreel titleFERGUS'S WEDDING
    Production companyGrand Pictures Production
    Radio Telefís Éireann/RTE
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerHOLMES, Susan
    DirectorFITZGIBBON, Ian
    Script/AdaptationFITZGIBBON, Ian
    McELHATTON, Michael
    Sound recordingFAUJAS, Philippe
    EditingGAVIGAN, Grainne
    Songs'The Human Body' written and performed by Prince.
    CastMichael McElhatton (Fergus Walsh), Julia Ford (Penny Kent), Peter McDonald (Tony), Deirdre O'Kane (Lorraine), Anna Healy (Fiona), Dearbhla Molloy (Mrs. Walsh), Derry Power (Mr. Walsh), Kathy Downes (Gráinne), Gerard McSorley (Fr. Kieran), Mark Lambert (Julian), Gary Lydon (Shay), Tomas O'Suilleabhain (Male Stripper).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    Soundsound
    Release date2002
    TX channelRTE 1
    TX date18/03/2002
    CopyRTE
    SummarySecond series of six part comedy following the adventures of Fergus who is engaged to be married to his English girlfriend Penny.
    RTE guide vol26
    RTE guide issue8
    KeywordsDublin
    Marriage
    English people
    LocationDublin
    Production creditsp.c.: Grand Pictures, p: Susan Holmes, d: Ian Fitzgibbon, sc: Ian Fitzgibbon, Michael McElhatton, ed: Grainne Gavigan, s: Phillipe Faujaus, cost: Lorna Marie Mugan, a.d.: Peter Agnew, s.re-rd.mix: Peter Blayney, boom op: Dave Harris, Foley: Caoimhe Doyle. loc.m.: Mairtin De Barra, Isabel Duggan-Rofé, p.co-ord: Gillian Flood, p.accnt: Tom Maguire, a.ed.: Aidan O'Brien.
    Costume designMUGAN, Lorna Marie
    Genre/CategoryTV Drama Series
    TV Comedy Series

    Series/Newsreel titleFERGUS'S WEDDING
    Production companyGrand Pictures Production
    Radio Telefís Éireann/RTE
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerHOLMES, Susan
    DirectorFITZGIBBON, Ian
    Script/AdaptationFITZGIBBON, Ian
    McELHATTON, Michael
    Sound recordingFAUJAS, Philippe
    EditingGAVIGAN, Grainne
    Songs'The Human Body' written and performed by Prince.
    CastMichael McElhatton (Fergus Walsh), Julia Ford (Penny Kent), Peter McDonald (Tony), Deirdre O'Kane (Lorraine), Anna Healy (Fiona), Dearbhla Molloy (Mrs. Walsh), Derry Power (Mr. Walsh), Kathy Downes (Gráinne), Gerard McSorley (Fr. Kieran), Mark Lambert (Julian), Gary Lydon (Shay), Tomas O'Suilleabhain (Male Stripper).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    Soundsound
    Release date2002
    TX channelRTE 1
    TX date25/03/2002
    CopyRTE
    SummarySecond series of six part comedy following the adventures of Fergus who is engaged to be married to his English girlfriend Penny.
    RTE guide vol26
    RTE guide issue8
    KeywordsDublin
    Marriage
    English people
    LocationDublin
    Production creditsp.c.: Grand Pictures, p: Susan Holmes, d: Ian Fitzgibbon, sc: Ian Fitzgibbon, Michael McElhatton, ed: Grainne Gavigan, s: Phillipe Faujaus, cost: Lorna Marie Mugan, a.d.: Peter Agnew, s.re-rd.mix: Peter Blayney, boom op: Dave Harris, Foley: Caoimhe Doyle. loc.m.: Mairtin De Barra, Isabel Duggan-Rofé, p.co-ord: Gillian Flood, p.accnt: Tom Maguire, a.ed.: Aidan O'Brien.
    Costume designMUGAN, Lorna Marie
    Genre/CategoryTV Drama Series
    TV Comedy Series

    Series/Newsreel titleSHORT CUTS
    Episode/Item titleFlush
    Production companyFlush Films Productions
    SponsorBórd Scánnán na hEireann/Irish Film Board
    Radio Telefís Éireann/RTE
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerBREHONY, Ann
    DirectorMcCAFFERTY, Frankie
    Script/AdaptationMcCAFFERTY, Frankie
    MYLES, Eric
    PhotographyDILLON, P.J.
    Sound recordingSLATER, Peter
    FAUJAS, Philippe
    EditingDISKIN, Dermot
    Executive producerSTONEMAN, Rod
    Music composerWALL, Joe
    Music performanceWALL, Joe
    Songs'Una Furtiva Lacrima' composed by Donizzetti, performed by John McCormack-Courtesy o Nimbus Rcords
    'She is Far from the Land' Traditional Air, performed by John McCormack - courtesy of Nimbus Records
    CastDavid Wilmot (Brendan), Ronan Wilmot (Christy), Cilian Murphy (Joe), Eric Myles (Paul), Ger Carey (Mark), Enda Killroy (barman), Derry Power (Gardener), Ali White (Shirley), Jamie Mc Cormack (Jake)
    LanguageEnglish
    ColourTechnicolor
    SoundDolby Digital
    Duration26
    Format35mm
    Release date1999
    TX channelRTE 2
    TX date30/06/1999
    CopyRTE/IFA
    SummaryWhen 25 year old Brendan returns from a year traveling in Asia, he discovers that his father's illness is worse than he had feared and the plumbing is better in New Delhi. His younger brother Joe plans a party for his father, but how will they attract women if they can't even get the toilet to flush?"
    NoteShort Cuts aims to add to the range and scope of Ireland short filmmaking and to encourage new talent in all areas of film production. Special attention is given to new directors, writers and producers with imagination and visual flair, taking a fresh look at contemporary Ireland.
    RTE guide vol23
    RTE guide issue26
    KeywordsFamily
    Father
    Sons
    Illness
    Travel
    Production creditsp.c.: Flush Films Ltd, spon: Bord Scannan na hEireann, Radio Teilifis Eireann, p: Ann Brehony, d: Frankie McCafferty, sc: Frankie McCafferty, Eric Myles, dop: P.J. Dillon, p.dsgn: Joakim (Joe) Saflund, ed: Dermot Diskin, cast: Maureen Hughes, m.com/perf: Joe Wall, cost: Emma Lock, make-up super: Caitilin ni Thuathail, p.m.: Perry Stapleton, 1st a.d.s: Lee Rooney, Luke Johnston, c.op.: Russell Gleeson, focus puller: Mark Burns, clapper loader: Conall McGarrigle, stills ph: Trish Brennan, key grip: Eoin Holland, Dolly grip: Colm Fagan, sc.super: Mairin ni Dronncha, s.recs: Peter Slater, Philippe Faujas, boom op.: Danny Croilly,Ollie Clince, gaffers: Terry Mulligan, Nick Fitzgerald, Sparks: Kathy Yutronich, Dermot Coleman, loc: Joanne O'Hagan, 2nd a.d.s: Michelle Fennessy, Ray Kenny, 3rd a.d.s: Helen Quinn, Fiona Hoey, props/standby: Fiona Gallagher, props buyer: Willie Fitzpatrick, art dept. trainee: Mark Killroy, p.a.: Fiona Gormley, Joan Mallon, p.accnt.: Mary Cooke, catering: Groovy Movie Foods Ltd., legal services: A&L Goodbody, John Given, Lizanne White, a. legals: Mike ward, insurance:Network Insurances, camera/grip: equipment: Panavision Ireland, lighting equipment: Cine Electric, transport: Big Biscuit Artistic Logistics, driver: Peter Ray, Filn stock originated on Eastman colour film, Film Laboratory Metrocolor London Ltd., editing facilities: Edit Line, assembly ed: Clare Kilroy, sound-post.p.: Ardmore Sound, mixed by Douglas Murray, s.ed.: Anthony Litton, Foley ed: Caroline O'Hanrahan, neg cutter Thru Cut, titles: Screen Optical, Rushes Freight: Aerly Bird Trans Global, title dsgn.: Hatch 21, Sincere thanks to all cast and crew. special thanks to Ed Guiney, Jane Roach, Stephen Bradley, And all at Temple Films, Ophelia Byrne, Niall Barrey, Ballykea Productions, Nolette Buckley, Lisa Buckley, Aoife Cassidy, Michael Holland, Brenda Kelly, Fiona and Jimmy at DCB Group, Moneylands Farm, Padraig Barry AIB Galway, Cormack Larkin, Connaughton Garage Glenealy, Co Wicklow, Mobile Radio Links, Stephen McDowell, O'Brien's Irish Sandwich Bars, Lorcan Connolly, Panavision Ireland, Cine Electric, William Flood, Arklow Drama Society. Dolby in selected theatres. Ardmore Sound. Supported by the Film Action Commitee. Series Coordinator Mary Callery. For Mickey Myles and Desy McCafferty. This film was founded by Board Scannan na hEireann and Radio Teilifis Eireann. Short Cuts 1999.
    Costume designLOCK, Emma
    RightsShort Cuts 1999
    Production designSAFLUND, Joakim
    Genre/CategoryShort Film Drama
    Comedy

    Series/Newsreel titleSHORT CUTS
    Episode/Item titleRainbow's End
    Production companyEarly Town Films
    SponsorBórd Scánnán na hEireann/Irish Film Board
    Radio Telefís Éireann/RTE
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerO'DONAGHUE, Patrick
    DirectorARCHBOLD, Alan
    Script/AdaptationARCHBOLD, Alan
    PhotographyDEASY, Seamus
    Sound recordingDEASY, Brendan
    EditingDISKIN, Dermot
    CastDavid Herlihy (Tom), Hilary Reynolds (Sarah), Bosco Hogan (M.C.), Stephen McCann (Danny), Claire McGinn (Kate), Brendan Laird (Conor ), John Cantwell (dance judge), Connell Archbold (adjudicators), Olive Kenny (barman), Edward Coughlan, Ludovico Marton, Anita Dunne (couple 15), Yvonne Deaton School of Dancing, Flora Millar Dance Studios (dancers)
    LanguageEnglish
    ColourMetrocolor
    SoundDolby Digital
    Duration26
    Format35mm
    Release date1999
    TX channelRTE 1
    TX date09/06/1999
    CopyRTE/IFA
    SummaryA love story with a twist...and a tango.
    NoteShort Cuts aims to add to the range and scope of Ireland short filmmaking and to encourage new talent in all areas of film production. Special attention is given to new directors, writers and producers with imagination and visual flair, taking a fresh look at contemporary Ireland.
    RTE guide vol23
    RTE guide issue23
    KeywordsDance competitions
    Ballroom dancers
    Love affairs
    Production creditsp.c.: Early Town Films, spon; Bord Scannan na hEireann/The Irish Film Board Radio Telefís Éireann, p: Patrick O'Donoghue, sc/d: Alan Archbold, dop: Seamus Deasy, ed: Dermot Diskin, cost: Maeve Paterson, s.mix: Brendan Deasy, series co-ord: Mary Callery, make-up: Jennifer Hegarty, sc.super: Laerke Sigfred-Pedersen, hair: Bernie Dooley, s.mix.: Brendan Deasy, focus puller: Shane Deasy, video a.: Karen Moran, stills ph: Fionan O'Connell, gaffer: Noel Cullen, best boy: Kieran Dempsey, elec: Richard Nevin, Pick-ups a.: Seamus Daly, grips: Wally O'Sullivan, Philip Murphy, rigger: Ger Mc Grath, camera Van driver: Colin Murphy, boom op.: Eddie Quinn, Stephen McLoughlin, 1st a.d.: Douncha O'Brien, 2nd a.d.: David Cain, 3rd a.d.: Darragh Pounch, loc.a.:Neil McQuillan, trainee a.d.: Nick Thomas, trainee a.d.: Lisa McDonnell, Production Advisor: Martin O'Malley, p.co-ord.: Clare Cunningham, p.a.: Lindsay Campbell, p.accnt.: Jim Gillespie, accnts a.: Jane O'Brien, p.dsgn: Laura Bowe, buyer/ stand-by props: Fiona Dolan, ward.: Sandra Hunt, make-up a.: Derby Browne, a.hair:Maureen Smith, Choreographers: Flora Millar, David Bolger, s.ed.: Anthony Litton, dub.mix.: Douglas S. Murray, John Fitzgerald, Foley ed: Jon Stevenson, Foley artist: Caroline O'Hanvahan, Foley rec: Michelle Cunniffe, Location catering: Natural Catering Ltd., Jimmy Lynch, cast facilities: The Courtyard Studios, camera equipment: Seamus Deasy, lighting equipment: Cine Electric, grip: equipment: Philip Murphy, film stock: Kodak Ireland, sound equipment: Brendan Deasy, courier: Aerly Bird, insurance:Network Insurances, laboratory: Metrocolor, Rushes/telecine: Windmill Lane Pictures, editing facilities: Editline, post.p.s.: Ardmore Sound, titles dsgn: Leonard Design, Charly O'Neill, titles: rostrum.c.s Ltd, Negative Cut: Trucut, Print telecine: Screen Scene, international sales: Network Ireland Television. thanks to: The Staff of St Brendan's Hospital, Parents, dancers and friends of the Yvonne Deaton School of Dancing, Parents, dancers and friends of theFlora Millar Dance Studios, The Olimpic Ballroom, Irish Dance Sport federation, Martina Archbold, Theresa Ayres, Trevor Batt, David Blake Knox, Brendan Byrne, Catherine Coffey, Jim Colgan, Alan Collins, David Collins, Lisa Cooke, Kate Cotter, Yvonne Deaton, Deirdre Dooley, Clare Duignan, Nicky Dunne, Victor Finn, Dave Gibson, John Gleeson, Paddy Hayes, Maureen Hughes, Anne Kavanagh, Dave Kelly, Leslie Kelly, Roger Kennedy, Eilish Kent, Glen Kyte, Vaughan Malady, The Martone Family, Madeleine McCann, The McCann Family, Brian and Eileen McGinn, John McKenna, Mairead McNeela, Eileen McNeela, Cynthia O'Murchu, Derry O'Brien, Elsie O'Donoghue, Philip O'Dwyer, Michael O'Riordan, Pauline O'Rourke, Mary O'Sullivan, Michael O'Toole, Rod Stoneman, Colm Wynne, Music Cortesy of KPM Music Ltd, De Wolfe Music, Cavandish Music, Megatrax Music Inc., Athmosphere Music Ltd., Sonoton Music. Supported by the Film Action Plan. Dolby Digital in selected theatres. Ardmore Sound. This film was funded by Bord Scannan Na hEireann/Irish Film Board and Radio Telefís Éireann.
    Costume designPaterson, Maeve
    RightsEarly Town Films 1999
    Genre/CategoryShort Film Drama
    Romantic Drama

    TitleBOXER, THE
    Production companyHell's Kitchen
    Universal Pictures
    SponsorBórd Scánnán na hEireann/Irish Film Board
    Country of originIreland
    Great Britain
    USA
    ProducerLAPPIN, Arthur
    SHERIDAN, Jim
    DirectorSHERIDAN, Jim
    Script/AdaptationSHERIDAN, Jim
    GEORGE, Terry
    PhotographyMENGES, Chris
    Sound recordingHORGAN, Kieran
    CROSS, Ray
    EditingHAMBLING, Gerry
    BARRETT, Clive
    Associate producerHERON, Nye
    Music composerFRIDAY, Gavin
    SEEZER, Maurice
    Music performanceIrish Film Orchestra
    FRIDAY, Gavin
    SEEZER, Maurice
    PHILLPOT, Andrew
    GOULDING, Barnes
    MURPHY, Pinko
    O'TOOLE, Peter
    Choir of Christchurch Cathedral
    Songs'Let Me Down Easy' by/perf by Josie Doherty, arr by Conor Brady; '(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction' by Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, 'Everything's Gonna Be Alright', 'In the Shadow of the Gun', by Gavin Friday, Maurice Seezer, perf by Gavin Friday; 'The Shake' by Anthony Srock, Greg Lucas, perf by Final Cut; 'If You're Irish Come Into the Parlour' by Shaun Glenville, Frank Miller, perf by the Phoenix Youth Band; 'Danny Boy (Derry Air)' by Samuel Weatherly.
    CastDaniel Day-Lewis (Danny Flynn), Emily Watson (Maggie), Brian Cox (Joe Hamill), Ken Stott (Ike Weir), Gerard McSorley (Harry), Eleanor Methven (Patsy), Ciaran Fitzgerald (Liam), David McBlain (Sean), Damien Denny (Eddie Carroll), Clayon Stewart (Akim), Kenneth Cranham (Matt Maguire), Sean Kearns, Daragh Donnelly, Frank Coughlan (prison officers), Lorraine Pilkington (bride), Niall Shanahan (groom), father John Wall (priest), Maria McDermottroe (Betty), Carol Scanlan, Kate Perry, Andrea Irvine, Joan McGarry, Theresa McComb, Catherine Dunne, Kerrie Duggan, Sharon Dunne, Derbhla McClelland (wedding guests), Oliver Maguire (prison officer), Sandra Corbally (cake decorator), Tess Sheridan (pianist), David Hayman (Joe Hamill's aide), Paul Sheridan, John Sheridan, Pat Mulryan, Peter O'Donoghue, Martin Dunne, Tommy O'Neill (IRA men), Maurice Henry (Liam's friend), Josie Doherty (singer), Joseph Rea (Agnes' son), Joan Sheehy (Agnes), Peter Sheridan (Peter Mallon), Larry Byrne (old man in shelter), Joe Gallagher (car bomb driver), Sean Brunett (boy on bicycle), James Hayes (bomb victim), Richie Pigott (Sean's helper), Jack Waters (soldier on roof), Padraig O'Neill (doorman at gym), Masrk Mulholland, John Cowley, Dan Foley (old men in gym), Tim McDonnell (carertaker of gym), Peter Sutcliffe (boxer on pads), Britta Smith (Mrs Boots), Gavin Kennedy (Bootsy), Eamon Brown (referee 1st fight), Martin Lynch (journalist), Gavin Brown (Liam's opponent), Noel O'Donovan (timekeeper 1st fight), Joe Colgan (Danny's cornerman), Nye Heron (Eddie's trainer), Paul Ronan (Eddie's cornerman), Liam Carney (Mr Walsh), Veronica Duffy (Mrs Walsh), Des Braiden (Mr Orr), Joan Brosnan Walsh (Mrs Orr), Sean Donaghy (Mickey), Brian Milligan (Ned), Vinny Murphy, Mick Nolan, Berts Folan (Danny's supporters), Juliet Cronin (cardgirl 1st fight), Kirsten Sheridan (girl with drinks), Brian Russell (Liam's friend in gym), Mickey Tohill (Billy Patterson), Ian McElhinney (Reggie Bell), Conor Bradford (TV announcer), Anna Meegan (woman at 2nd fight), Al Morris (referee 2nd fight), Ian Thompson (child at 2nd fight), Paul Wesley (Danny's sparring partner), Michael James Ford (head waiter), John Cooke (toastmaster), Cornelius Carr, Norman Kelly (London fighters), Gerry storey (cornerman), Fred Tiedt (referee London fight), Jer O'Leary (timekeeper London fight), Jules Kingelesi, Dennis Mika (Akim's corners), David Heap (maitre d'), John Hewitt (Ike's drinking buddy), Janine McGuinness (cardgirl London fight), Tod Maguire (policeman at checkpoint).
    LanguageEnglish
    ColourTechnicolor
    SoundDolby Digital
    DTS
    SDDS
    Duration114
    Footage10218
    Format35mm
    Release date1998
    CopyIFA (VHS)
    SummaryReleased from prison after serving fourteen years, former IRA member Danny returns to Belfast to revive his career as a boxer just when a ceasefire is about to be declared. He meets old republican comrades, Joe, who believes concessions can be wrung from the British, and the hardline Harry for whom there is no compromise. He also resumes his friendship with childhood sweetheart Maggie, Joe's daughter, a relationship fraught with danger as she is married to an IRA man still in prison, and with whom she has a son. In the most (symbolically) dramatic of the film's three fights, Danny fights an African challenger in a private London club, a legacy of Empire. In addition to resuming his boxing career, Danny also seeks to revive the fortunes of his old gymnasium, run by his trainer Ike. During the ceasefire, the gym is heralded as an example of nonsectarian politics, a situation which annoys Harry, who blames Danny for such publicity. In the meantime, the struggle continues between Joe and Harry, representing the two sides of the IRA and their approach to the 'peace process'.
    ReferenceSunday Tribune, 8/2/98:4, 'The Boxer Fails to Deliver US Knock-out', report on box office response in America by Diamuid Doyle.

    S&S 1998 3:41, review.

    Tribune Magazine, 8/2/98: 27, 'Sheridan in Fighting Form', short review of film plot by Ciaran Carty.

    Sunday Independent. 1998:15, 'Yes, it's a Knockout from Jim Sheridan' (Ronan Farren).

    Tribune Magazine, 1/3/98:14, 'Films on Release: The Best Bets...', short review of film.

    The Guardian, 20/2/98:8, 'My Right Hook', review of film, its production and plot synopsis (Richard Williams).

    Irish Times, 25 Feb 1998, 'Developers Call Time on Dockers' Pub', Pub used on location to be demolished (Marie O'Halloran).

    Sunday Business Post, 10/5/98:29-30, 'Bright Shining Light' , interview with Terry George about his films (Marion McKeone).

    Sunday Times, 8/3/98:17, 'Fact Strange as Fiction for Boxer Star', short item on actor with UDA connections.

    Film West, Jan 1998:16-7, feature review of film, crew and cast lists, plot synopsis, production (Paul Power).

    The Guardian, 1/8/98:16-17, 'Acts of Violence', short review of characters by Dominic Wills.

    Sunday Business Post, 8/2/98:1, The Ring of Truth', focus on sport represented in film (Eoghan Corry).

    The Guardian, 20/2/98:10-11, 'Boxing Clever', review of boxing films (Ray Winstone).

    Irish Times, 6/2/98:1, 'Sheridan Pulls No Punches', review of film, plot synopsis (Michael Dwyer).

    Sunday Times, 1/2/98:2, 'Why the Truth Has Been Put on the Ropes', film compared to others set in the North (Eoghan Harris).

    Tribune Magazine, 1/2/98:8-9,11, 'Boxing Clever - Hollywood in the Ring',
    development of screenplay, plot synopsis (Ciaran Carty).

    Irish Times, 27/3/98:1, 'Red, White and Very Blue', compares film to Resurrection Man, plot synopsis (Gary Mitchell).

    Sunday Independent, 1/2/98:1, 'The Bloody Ring Where Terror Never Triumphs', critical review of film (Brighid McLaughlin).

    Irish Times, 30/1/98, 'Boxer Premiere a Knock-out for Day Lewis Fans', report on Dublin premiere of film (Louise East).

    Irish Times (Sound and Vision), 5/2/98:13, Reel News, mention of film winning Spanish film award (Michael Dwyer).

    Sunday Tribune (Review), 14/2/99:3, 'Little Miss, Sitting Pretty', interview with actress Emily Watson who starred in the film about her life and work (Ciaran Carty).

    Sunday Tribune (Review), 14/3/99:6, 'Video Releases: The Boxer', brief favourable review of film on video release.

    Premiere, Jan 1998:86-89,101, 'Fighting Irish', interview with director Jim Sheridan an screenwriter Terry George on set of The Boxer. They speak about their previous collaborations and about their work on The Boxer. (Andy Webster).

    Villiage Voice, 6/1/98:1, 'The Fighting Irish', review by Dennis Lim.

    Irish Times, 16/6/00:13, 'Madness? There's Methodism in It', article on musicians Gavin Friday and Maurice who were responsible for the music in The Boxer (Arminta Wallace).

    RTE Guide, 9/3/01:17, 'Film of the Week', preview of The Boxer from the TV listings.

    Sunday Times (Culture), 11/3/01:63, preview from the TV listings (Liam Stebbing).
    DistributorUniversal
    UIP Dublin (ph . 679 2668/fax 679880)
    KeywordsTroubles
    Belfast
    IRA
    Ceasefire
    Prisoners
    Boxing
    LocationNorthern Ireland
    Production creditsp.c.: Hell's Kitchen, Universal Pictures, spon: Bórd Scánnán na hEireann/Irish Film Board, p: Jim Sheridan, Arthur Lappin, d: Jim Sheridan, sc: Sheridan, Terry George, dop: Chris Menges, ed: Gerry Hamblin, p.dsgn.: Brian Morris, m: Gavin Friday, Maurice Seezer, assoc.p: Nye Heron, p.co-ord: Niamh Nolan, loc.m: Geraldine Daly, Dara MacClatchie, post.p: Tommy Gormley, Suzanne Nicell, Mary Gough, Sarah Purser, Ben Gibney, Daisy Cummins, sc.super: Pat Rambout, Peggy Brazil, cast: Nuala Moiselle, c.op: Mike Proudfoot, Vic Purcell, 2nd unit c: Cían de Buitlear, Sean Corcoran, 2nd c./Steadicam: Peter Robertson, sp.effs: Yves De Bono, Andrew Wilson, John Herzberger, lightworks.ed: Dermot Diskin, art d: Fiona Daly, Richard Earl, draughtsmen: Brendan Rankin, Padraig O'Neill, storyboard: Autun Bosanac, coat: Joan Bergin, ward: Ger Scully, make-up: Maire O'Sullivan, hair: Anne Dunne, titles/opticals: Balsmeyer & Everett, The Effects House (NY), Peter Govey Film Opticals (London), m.perf: The Irish Film Orchestra, Gavin Friday, Maurice Seezer, wind instrument soloist: Bernaud Pion, a.m: Barnes Goulding, Pinko Murphy, Peter O'Toole, Choir of Christchurch Cathedral, soprano soloist: Helen Roycroft, d: Mark Duley, orch: Fiachra French, m.super: Alex Steyermark, m.co-ord: Anne-Louise Kelly, m.ed: Maisie Weissman, synth.dsgn/programming: Andrew Phillpot, m.engr: James P. Nichols, Paul Corkett, Conal Markey, songs: 'Let Me Down Easy' by/perf by Josie Doherty, arr by Conor Brady; '(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction' by Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, 'Everything's Gonna Be Alright', 'In the Shadow of the Gun', by Gavin Friday, Maurice Seezer, perf by Gavin Friday; 'The Shake' by Anthony Srock, Greg Lucas, perf by Final Cut; 'If You're Irish Come Into the Parlour' by Shaun Glenville, Frank Miller, perf by the Phoenix Youth Band; 'Danny Boy (Derry Air)' by Samuel Weatherly, choreo: Cathy O'kennedy, s.mix:b Kieran Horgan, Ray Cross, re.rd.mix: Lee Dichter, Tom Fleischmann, Sound One, re.rd.op: Harry Higgins, Ted Clark, super.s.ed: Robert Hein, dial.ed: Sylvia Menno, Jac Rubenstien, Rick Freeman, Karen McMullen, effs: Ben Cheah, s.effs.ed: Glenfield Payne, Paul P. Soucek, ADR: David Boulton, Lockie Butler, Pat Hayes, David Novak, Clodagh O'Donovan, Ted Swanscott, Gina R, Alfano, Bob Gavin.
    Art directionDALY, Fiona
    EARL, Richard
    Costume designBERGIN, Joan
    RightsHell's Kitchen
    Contact: Niamh Nolan
    hellskit@iol.ie
    Tel: +353 1 667 5599
    Fax: +353 1 667 5592

    Universal Pictures Telephone: 1-818-7771000
    Production designMORRIS, Brian
    Genre/CategoryDrama
    Feature Film Drama

    TitleBEST MAN, THE
    Production companyNorthlands Productions
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerBRADLEY, Denis
    DirectorMAHON, Joe
    Script/AdaptationMAHON, Joe
    PhotographyMcDONALD, Terry
    EditingMcDONALD, Terry
    Music composerFRIEL, Eamon
    Music performanceFRIEL, Eamon
    HENRY, Ed
    Songs'Watching Days Go By', 'Its Saturday Night', 'Two Hearts' by Eamonn Friel, perf. by Friel,
    Ed Henry.
    CastSeamus Ball (Bill Maguire), Mairead Mullan (Maureen), Denis McGowan (Jamesie), Jean Flagherty (Mrs Maguire), Michael McGowan (Joe) Hugh Mclntyre (the professor), Aidan Heaney (Pat), Michael Lynch (the barman), Sharon O'Donnell (bride), Margaret O'Hagan (bridesmaid), Tommy McCay (wino).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    Soundsound
    Duration80
    Release date1983
    SummaryIn Derry, carefree bachelor Billy Maguire wakes up at home with a hangover after a night out with friends, one of whom, Joe, is getting married. Joe's mother encourages him to go to confession as he'll have to receive communion as the 'best man' at the wedding. Jamesie, an ex-alcoholic, is discouraged by his wife, Maureen, from going to Joe's stag party that evening, as she is worried he will resume drinking. Billy goes to the bookie's office with Joe and from there to the pub where they are joined by Jamesie who only takes non-alcoholic drinks. That night, Jamesie resists the friendly pressure from his peers to have an alcoholic drink and returns home when the others continue on to a club. On his way home. Billy calls to see Maureen. Jamesie wakes up and is annoyed at them and jealous of their friendship. At the reception following Joe's and Frances' wedding, Joe mentions to Jamesie that Billy had gone to see Maureen. Annoyed, Jamesie begins drinking, and when challenged by Maureen, he complains of the pressures he feels he is under. As she leaves in distress. Maureen verbally attacks Billy who joins Jamesie, Joe and other revellers, but, half-heartedly Billy, too, orders a drink. (V).
    DistributorNorthlands Centre, Derry
    Production creditsp.c: A Northlands Production, p: Denis Bradley, d/sc: Joe Mahon,
    c/ed: Terry McDonald, light: Billy Gallagher, songs: 'Watching Days Go
    By', 'Its Saturday Night', 'Two Hearts' by Eamonn Friel, perf. by Friel,
    Ed Henry, distr: Northlands Centre, Derry.
    LightingGALLAHER, Billy

    TitleFANTASIST, THE
    Production companyITC Entertainment Ltd
    New IrelandFilm Productions
    Mark Forstater Productions
    Country of originIreland
    DirectorHARDY, Robin
    Script/AdaptationHARDY, Robin
    LUND, Nicky (Script Ed)
    PhotographyGELL, Frank
    Sound recordingHAYES, Pat
    EditingSCHWALM, John
    Executive producerMURPHY, Mike
    Associate producerPOTTERSMAN, Vivian
    Music composerSYREWICZ, Stanislas
    CastMoira Harris (Patricia Teeling), Christopher Cazenove (Inspector McMyler), Timothy Bottoms (Danny Sullivan), John Kavanagh (Robert Foxley), Mick Lally (Uncle Lar), Bairbre Ní Chaoimh (Monica Quigley), James Bartley (Hugh Teeling), Deirdre Donnelly (Fionnuala Sullivan), Liam O'Callaghan (Detective Sergeant Farrelly), Ronan Wilmot (Patricia's father). May Giles (Patricia's mother), Se Ledwidge (Patsy Teeling), Gabrielle Reidy (Kathy O'Malley), Agnes Bernelle (Mrs O'Malley), Seamus Forde (Mr MulLally), Derek Halligan (translator), Virginia Cole (woman in ladies), Sean Rafferty (clergyman). Pat Daly (priest), Maeliosa Stafford (wine waiter), Ronan Smith (manager), Frank Melia (reporter), Derry Power, Charlie Roberts (racegoers), Des Nealon (lawyer), Dearbhla Kirwan (Fiona), Brendan Cauldwell, Michael Duffy (hotel bar drinkers), Denise Ryan, Simon Crane (stunt artists), Gerry Alexander (the voice), Tony O'Hehir (racing commentator).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    Soundsound
    Duration98
    Footage8846
    Format35mm
    Release date1986
    CopyIFA
    IFA (VHS)
    SummaryIn Dublin, a young woman, Kathy O'Malley, is murdered after receiving an obscene phone call. Patricia Teeling, who lives on a County Wicklow farm, has her education paid for by her uncle, Lar, who hopes she will come to live on his farm and take it over when he dies. Having graduated as an agricultural scientist, Patricia decides to teach in Dublin for a year despite her mother's complaints and her uncle's disappointment at her not staying on his farm. In Dublin, she shares a flat with Monica Quigley, while she has two male admirers, Robert Foxley, a fellow teacher, and Danny Sullivan, an aspiring writer who is married and who lives in the same building. Monica also goes out with the sexually repressed Robert and finds him strange, as does Patricia. Patricia discovers Danny's wife, Fionnuala, murdered when she calls at the Sullivans' flat. Patricia withholds information about obscene phone calls Danny made to his wife which might lead the police to him. As a result of the murder, Monica moves out of the flat, while Patricia begins to receive strange phone calls. She is reassured by Danny and she receives the support of Inspector McMyler, who is leading the murder enquiry, and to whom Patricia is attracted. Following a letter from her mother, Patricia returns to the country and finds her uncle drunk, after having been a teetotaller for twenty years, and in the company of local Hugh Teeling. At Punchestown Races with Danny, Patricia meets McMyler who warns her again about Danny who is a suspect in his wife's murder enquiry. While visiting home, Patricia's uncle dies and to her mother's annoyance the farm is left in Lar's will to Teeling. Back in the city, Patricia continues to receive strange phone calls and when she thinks that someone is trying to break into her flat, she rushes to McMyler's house. He invites her to view his 'hobby' which turns out to be a room of photographs of her which he has taken secretly. He also admits that he is in love with her and that he made the obscene calls. He asks her to pose naked for him in the manner of the eighteenth-century portrait of Mary Louise O'Murphy, a mistress of Louis XV s. He also asks her whether knives interest her as Patricia sees photographs of the two murdered women on the walls amidst photographs of herself. Holding up the knife, he asks her to undress, which she does, and to take up the pose in the painting. When he begins beating her, she becomes aroused but, becoming assertive, she makes love to him. That night she leaves, promising to see him the following evening, but once outside the house she runs away. She sends a letter to Detective Sergeant Farrell, who has also been working on the murder enquiry, identifying McMyler as the murderer, and she leaves on the ferry for England. McMyler appears on the boat and attacks her with a knife, but after a struggle she pushes him overboard. She goes to the bar and declares 'man overboard' as Danny appears beside her. (V).
    NoteFilmed on location in Dublin and Wicklow.
    ReferenceMFB Feb 1987:44-5.
    DistributorBlue Dolphin
    LocationDublin
    Wicklow
    Production creditsp.c: ITC Entertainment Ltd. In association with New IrelandFilm Productions. A Mark Forstater Production, p: Mark Forstater, exec. p: Mike Murphy, assoc. p: Vivien Pottersman, a.p: Bamaby Thompson, d: Robin Hardy, sc: Hardy from the novel Goosefoot by Patrick McGinley (New York: E P Dutton, Inc, 1982), sc. ed: Nicky Lund, dop: Frank Gell, a. c: Vincent Corcoran, Lou Lavelly, Nick O'Neill, c. op: Mike Proudfoot, focus puller: Des Whelan, clapper loader: Alan Butler, c. grip: John Murphy, loc. a: Susan Carbery, cast: Nuala Moiselle, 1st a.d: Seamus Byrne, 2nd a.d: Gay Brabazon, 3rd a.d: Nick McCarthy, art d: John Lucas, a. art d: Arden Gantly, ed: John Schwalm, a. ed: Angelica Landry, sp. effs. super: Gerry Johnston, m: Stanislas Syrewicz, m. extracts: 'Easter Anthem' by John Dexter, perf. by the Boys of Saint Patrick's Cathedral Choir, (conductor) Dexter, m.p: Irish Band - Donal Lunny, Mick Hand, Mairead Mooney, Sean Potts, Hughie Flint, Racetrack musians - Des Hopkins, Barry Cluskey, Billy Hopkins, m. super: Ray Williams, m. co-ord: Tom McGuinness, songs: 'Love Games' by M King, P Gould, perf. by Level 42; 'I'll Do It All Again' by Tom McGuinness, Mike D'Abo, perf. by Honor Heffernan, played by Jim Doherty; 'Another Day Comes (Another Day Goes)' by David A Stewart, arrg. by Stewart, Patrick Seymour, perf. by Kiki Dee; 'Living in a World (Turned Upside Down)' by Michael Adams, perf. by Private Lives; 'Up on the Roof by Carole King, Gerry Goffm, perf. by Paul Quinn, choreo: Mavis Ascot, cost. super: Maeve Patterson, ward. a: Jacqueline Young, make-up: Rosie Blackmore, make-up effs: Nick Dudman, hair: Anne Dunne, titles dsgn: Richard Morrison, s. ed: Nicolas Gaster, s: Pat Hayes, boom op.: Pat Doyle, s. re-rd: Cine Lingual Sound Studio, dub. mix: Aad Wirtz, a. dub. ed: Laurie McDowell, p. cnslt: Eileen Mount Charles, stunt arrg: George Leech, stunts: Denise Ryan, Simon Crane, p. secretary: Jennie Chartier, stills: Tom Collins, p. accnt: Kevin Moriarty, accnts a: Paul Myler, p. buyer: Joe Nevin, prop mas- ter: Cos Egan, dressing propman: Eamon O'Higgins, propmen: P J Smith, Owen Monahan, cnstr. m: Tommy Bassett, chargehand painter: Bobby Scott, stand-by carpenter: Barry Cunningham, stand-by painter: Bobby Richardson, stand-by stagehand: Jimmy O'Meara, stand- by rigger: Pascal Jones, gaffer elec: Louis Conroy, chargehand elec: Derek Hale, elec: Terry Eiffe, Philip Fitzsimons, Bill Levins, trainees: Helene Falton, Pat Hayes Jr, Peter Vollebregt, Cassie Ogier, publicity cnslt: Zakiya Powell, unit publicist: Blaise O'Hara.
    Art directionLUCAS, John
    Costume designPATTERSON, Maeve
    Genre/CategoryPsychological Drama
    Thriller
    Feature Film Drama

    TitleRIDERS TO THE SEA
    Production companyAdjuntar Films Ltd
    SponsorPBS
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerO'LEARY, Ronan
    HOMAK, Richard
    DirectorO LEARY, Ronan
    Script/AdaptationO'LEARY, Ronan
    PhotographySuschitzky, Wolfgang
    Sound recordingBALL, Derek
    EditingGASTOR, Nicholas
    Executive producerOWENS, Darragh
    MULCHRONE, Martin
    Associate producerMILLS, Dermot A.
    Music composerLLANDE, lan
    HEWER, Michael
    CastGeraldine Page (Maurya), Amanda Plummer (Cathleen), Sachi Parker
    (Nora), Barry McGovem (Bartley), Micheal Ó Briain (Colum), Joan
    O'Hara (woman).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    Soundsound
    Duration47
    Format35mm
    Release date1987
    SummaryOn an island off the west coast of Ireland, an old woman, Maurya, grieves for her fisherman son Michael who has drowned at sea and whose body has been washed ashore on the Donegal coast. Another son, Bartley, goes to the horse fair in Connemara, but he is knocked overboard by his horse and is drowned. Maurya's daughters, Cathleen and Nora, comfort her and each other as Bartley, the last of Maurya's sons, is brought to the cottage. At Bartley's wake, Maurya declares that the sea cannot do more to her, now that all of her six sons, and her husband and her husband's father have been taken by the sea. (V).
    NoteIR Rel 26/9/1987 (Cork Film Festival).
    ReferenceIT 25/9/1987.
    Production creditsp.c: Adjuntar Films, PBS, p: Ronan O'Leary, Richard Homak, exec. p: Darragh Owens, Martin Mulchrone, assoc. p: Dermot A Mills, d: O'Leary, sc: from the play Riders to the Sea by J M Synge (1st perf. 25/1/19O4), c: Wolfgang Suschitzky, c. op: Trevor Coop, focus puller: Des Whelan, gaffer: Maurice Swan, key grip: Luke Quigley, loc. grip: John Murphy, art d: Josie MacAvin, p.dsgn.: Wendy Shea, cost: Consolata Boyle, props: Nuala McKeman, Rene Knol, m: lan Llande, Michael Hewer, choral d: Hewer, s. super: John Foster, s: Derek Ball, boom op.: Ken Nightingall, mix. engr: Paul Carr, ed: Nicholas Gastor, a. ed: Derry O'Rourke, a.d: Dave Murphy, make-up dsgn: Toni Delany.
    Art directionMacAVIN, Josie
    Costume designBOYLE, Consolata
    Production designSHEA, Wendy
    Genre/CategoryShort Film Drama
    Theatrical Adaptation

    TitleFRAGMENTS OF ISABELLA
    Production companyVattington Films
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerO'LEARY, Ronan
    SCOTT, Michael
    DirectorO LEARY, Ronan
    Script/AdaptationREIDY, Gabrielle
    PhotographyLASSALLY, Walter
    Sound recordingHORGAN, Kieran
    EditingHAMBLING, Gerald
    MARIANS, Stephen
    Executive producerMcKEOWN, Noel
    Music composerDAVIS, Carl
    CastGabrielle Reidy (Isabella).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourb&w/col
    Soundsound
    Duration79
    Format35mm
    Release date1989
    CopyIFA
    SummaryIn 1946 in Manhattan, Isabella Leitner, a young Hungarian girl who sur- vived the Auschwitz concentration camp, is the first survivor of the Holocaust to reach the sanctuary of the United States. She recalls the nightmares of her young life in order to exorcise them. In her mind, Isabella remembers growing up in Kisvarda, a small town in northern Hungary, and her first awareness of growing anti-Semitism in the late 1930s. In 1941 her family travels to Budapest to seek emigration papers for America; but this is to no avail when Hungary, aligning itself with Germany, declares war on the USA. Trapped in a ghetto area of Kisvarda, Isabella and her family and thousands of other Jews are rounded up by the Nazis and sent by deporta- tion train to Auschwitz. Immediately upon arrival, Isabella's mother and youngest sister are put to death by the camp doctor, Dr Joseph Mengele. Isabella and her three remaining sisters determine to survive. The film chronicles Isabella's life in the concentration camp, including the psycho- logical torture of her sister by the terrifying supervisor Irma Grese, who was later hanged for war crimes, and the daily selections by Mengele of who is to be taken away to the crematoria. In January 1945, the four sisters find themselves on a death march to Bergen-Belsen. During a blizzard, Isabella and two sisters manage to escape. They hide for several days in a deserted cottage, until they realise that they are in fact liberated. With the help of the American consul at Odessa, Isabella travels to New York, where she tries to return to normal life. But the scars of Nazism linger and endure, and it takes many years before she can gather together the fragments of her shattered life. (V).
    NoteIR Rel 8/10/1989 (Cork Film Festival); TX RTE 12/4/1990.
    KeywordsHolocaust
    World War II
    Concentration Camps
    Anti-Semitism
    LocationManhattan
    Germany
    Hungary
    Production creditsp.c: Vattington Films, p: Ronan O'Leary, Michael Scott, exec. p: Noel McKeown, d: O'Leary, sc: based on the stage adaptation by Michael Scott, Gabrielle Reidy from the book Fragments of Isabella by Isabella Leitner (USA, 1978), sc. cnslt: Richard Leitner, dop: Walter Lassally, c. op: Des Whelan, focus puller: Alan Butler, clapper loader: Keith Durham, key grip: Luke Quigley, 2nd unit focus puller: Matt Skinner, 2nd unit clapper loader: Adrienne Dollard, p.dsgn.: Wendy Shea, p.m: John G Phelan, p.a: Mary Conlon, a.d: David Murphy, set dec: Josie MacAvin, cost: Chisato Yoshimi, make-up dsgn: Moma Ferguson, hair dsgn: Anne Dunne, props: Rene Knol, m: Carl Davis, orch: Nic Raine, rd. engr: Steve Price, solo vocals: Maire Ní Bhraonain, s. ed: Les Hodgson, s: Kieran Horgan, boom op.: Pat Doyle, dub. mix: Robin O'Donoghue, s. re-rd: Henry Dobson, ed: Gerald Hambling, Stephen Marians, 1st a. ed: Derry O'Rourke, 2nd a. ed: Jeanine Hurley, gaffer: Philip Fitzsimons, elec: Peter O'Toole, Pat Ryder, sp. effs: Maurice Foley, optical effs: Roy Slater, cnstr. foreman: Russ Bailey, master painter: Owen Mumane, carpenters: Eddie Cunningham, Denis Butler, rigger: Paddy Corcoran, stills: Fergus Burke, archive research: Jack Amos, trainee: Catriona Ryan, titles: Chris Domey, microph: Oxford Scientifc Films.
    Costume designYOSHIMI, Chisato
    Production designSHEA, Wendy
    Genre/CategoryHistorical Drama
    Literary Adaptation
    Feature Film Drama

    TitleHUSH-A-BYE BABY
    Production companyDerry Film and Video Workshop
    Channel Four
    SponsorBritish Screen
    Radio Telefís Éireann/RTE
    Arts Council of Ireland
    Country of originIreland
    Great Britain
    ProducerCOLLINS, Tom
    DirectorHARKIN, Margo
    Script/AdaptationHARKIN, Margo
    ENGLISH, Stephanie
    PhotographyBYRNE, Breffni
    Sound recordingSAURIN, Liam
    EditingDUFFY, Martin
    Music composerO'CONNOR, Sinead
    Music performanceO'CONNOR, Sinead
    Songs'Girls Just Wanna Have Fun' by Cyndi Lauper (CBS); 'You're The Best Thing' by Style Council (Polydor); 'It's A Miracle' by Culture Club (Virgin); 'Unfinished Revolution' by Christy Moore (WEA)
    CastEmer McCourt (Goretti), Michael Liebmann (Ciaran), Cathy Casey (Dinky), Julie Marie Rogers (Majella), Sinead O'Connor (Sinead), Rosina Brown (Mrs Friel), Seamus Ball (Mr Friel), Julie McDonald (Fidelma), Marie Jones (Mrs McGuigan), Alan Howley (Lenny), David Coyle (Father Devine), Brenda Winter (schoolteacher), Sean Doherty (Irish-speaking soldier), Brian McGabhann (Irish teacher), Irene Bates (bean ti), Maureen Dow (Sister Consilio), Declan McLaughlin (Patrick McGuigan), Thomas McMenamin (Ruari McGuigan), Sean Carlin (Gareth McGuigan), John Coyle (Davey McGuigan), John McMenamin (Michael McGuigan), Paul Deane (Seamus McGuigan), John McDaid (Paul McGuigan), Nuala Hayes, Bemie Downes, Enna May (radio voice-overs), Aine Ní Ghalchoir (bean ti voice-over), Leanbh Taylor Feeney, Charli Doherty (Fidelma's children), Liam Donnelly (Clitoris Allsorts), Sean Green (Macker), Lawrence Elliott, Billy McFeeley (1st British army patrol), John Harris (2nd British army patrol), Tom Collins, Eddy Doherty (prison wardens), Brian Hegarty (RUC man), Paddy O'Carroll (student at Irish class), Paula Doherty (barperson), Orla Kavanagh (child at baptism), George Kelly, George Kilkie, Paddy McCafferty, Brendan Gunn (ceili band), Nina Wade, Helen Powell, Linnesse Williamson, Roslyn Ward, Carla Martin, Leontia Lavery, Debbie McGinley, Debbie Tierney, Jane Harris, Julie McElhinney, Frances Williamson, Jean Deeham, Elaine Collins, Martina Doherty. Jean Martin, Karen Rudd, Sally O'Rourke.
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    Soundsound
    Duration72
    Release date1989
    CopyIFA (VHS)
    SummaryIn Derry in 1984 Goretti, Majella, Sinead, and Dinky are four fifteen-year-old school friends who are living in the Catholic ghetto areas of the Bogside and Creggan estates. Goretti Friel lives with her mother and father, while her married sister Fidelma is always looking for a baby-sitter. At disco practice in the local sports complex with Majella and Sinead, Goretti notices Ciaran for the first time. Ciaran is given a run-down on the girls by his friend Lenny, who is himself an object of fun for the girls. In the girls' showers, Goretti also tries to find out more about Ciaran. Majella teases her in her usual brash way and the two girls carry on to the point where they upset Sinead who is much more inhibited and shy. At their all-girls convent school the girls continue with their favourite past-time of teasing their young religious education teacher, Fr Devine. They are joined in this by their friend Dinky who is part of their gang when it comes to discussing boys. At home, Ciaran is the most responsible of a large family of boys presided over by his widowed mother. It is clear that she has a special relationship with Ciaran. Saturday night arrives but at the local bar/disco, the boy whom Sinead fancies asks Majella out to dance instead of her. Dinky comes on the scene and reveals that he is the famous 'Chtons Allsorts' who only goes out with girls who will have sex with him. He has already left more than one girl pregnant. Ciaran turns up and he and Goretti exchange looks of mutual attraction. She waits all night for him to ask her to dance but he gets drunk instead. Lenny fancies Sinead, but she ends up dancing with Dinky. The night ends disastrously when none of the girls manage to 'get off and they end up slagging one another in the taxi home. Eventually, Ciaran and Goretti meet at an evening Irish class in the local community centre. They start to date and soon fall in love. Goretti drifts from her friends and her mother warns her that she is too young to be going steady. Goretti's sister Fidelma has no difficulty in getting the young couple to baby-sit at the new flat and it is here mainly that they begin to explore their sexuality. The local political environment in 1984 is dominated by the last of the supergrass trials. As the end of the school term approaches, this reality comes suddenly to Goretti's door when she is informed that Ciaran has been 'lifted' in a British-army swoop. She discovers that her shock is overshadowed by his mother's devastation and she realises that she has to cope alone while Ciaran's family has first claim on him in prison. Goretti's isolation increases when it dawns on her that she is pregnant. She determines to hide the pregnancy from everyone but Ciaran, and to maintain her secret she writes to him in Ireland. Since prisoners are not allowed to receive letters in Ireland, Ciaran never gets the letter. Goretti becomes more depressed and everything in her world is perceived now from the point of view of her secret pregnancy. In August she goes to the Gaeltacht (Irish-speaking region) in Donegal with Dinky. While she is there she accidentally hears a radio debate on the subject of abortion (in the year following the abortion referendum in the Republic of Irish). She is deeply affected by this and also by the recurring imagery of the Virgin Mary which has been a constantly-represented and attractive role model in her Catholic upbringing. The dichotomy between her upbringing and the situation in which she now finds herself, her increasing isolation, and her apparent abandonment by Ciaran are all more than she can bear. The pressures are only brought to a head when she attracts her parents attention at night with her screams when giving birth. (V).
    NoteIR Rel 23/11/1989 (world premiere, Derry); 24/2/1990 (Dublin Film Festival); 9/3/1990 (general release); TX RTE 20/9/1990. Filmed on location in Derry and in County Donegal. This film won the Best Actress Award for Emer McCourt at the 1990 Locarno Film Festival; it won the Best Drama Award at the llth International Celtic Film Festival, 1990; it was awarded the Director's Prize at the 1990 Orleans Film Festival; and was the Irish Nomination for Young European Film of the Year, European Film Awards, 1990. This was the first feature film by Deny Film and Video Workshop which had been set up in 1984. After making community videos, its first production was a documentary, MOTHER IRELAND (1988), which was banned from broadcast in Britain.
    ReferenceFBN No 3-10-11; FBN No. 16:8-10; FBN No. 17:2; FW No. 4:4; Irish Reporter No. 6, 1992:18-21; IT 9/3/1990:14; IT 10/3/1990:WK5; IT 9/4/1990:18; Living Marxism, June 1990:44-5. Butler Cullingford, 1994.

    Publicity: synopsis, cast and crew lists, Derry Film & Video Workshop details and cast biographies for the film Hush-a-bye Baby.

    Cineaste, 1989:43, ‘Derry F`ilm and Video: An interview with Margo Harkin’,
    Margo Harkin, director of the film Hush-a-bye Baby, interviewed about the production company Derry Film and Video (Marsha Emerman).

    Irish Times, 9/3/90, ‘Teenage pregnancy in Derry, loveless sex in Poland’, review of the film Hush-a-bye Baby on its cinema release (Michael Dwyer).

    Irish Times, 1989, ‘Telling it their own way’, interview with director Margo Harkin about the film Hush-a-bye Baby and the production company Derry Film and Video (Arminta Wallace).

    Film Base News, Feb/Mar. 1990:8-10, ‘Hush-a-bye Baby’, interview with director Margo Harkin and scriptwriter Stephanie English about making their film Hush-a-bye Baby (Patsy Murphy).

    Publicity: synopsis, cast and credits for film.

    Pacific Tribune, 1/10/90, ‘Message on teen sexuality’, review (Marie Lorenzo).

    Screen International, 28/7-3/8/90, review (Patricia Dobson).

    The Observer, 29/7/90, review.

    Time Out, 27/6-4/7/90, short review (Wally Hammond).

    The Guardian, 26/7/90, ‘Margo Harkin's Hush-a-bye Baby’, review.

    Gender, Nation, Excess: Reading Hush-a Bye Baby.

    Chapter 9 from Ireland in Proximity: History, Gender, Space edited by Scott Bewster, Virginia Crossman, Fiona Becket and David Alderson; Routledge 1999:109-121 (Richard Kirkland).
    KeywordsTroubles
    Young People
    Women
    Pregnancy
    Contraception
    Abortion
    Catholicism
    LocationDerry
    Donegal
    Production creditsp.c: Derry Film and Video Workshop. Made under the A.C.T.T Workshop Declaration. For Channel Four. In association with British Screen and Radio Telefís Éireann. With assistance from the Arts Council of Ireland, p: Tom Collins. d: Margo Harkin, sc: Harkin, Stephanie English, c: Breffni Byrne, focus puller: Mike Duffield, 1st a.c: Conor Kelly, 2nd a.c: English, grip: Glyn Fielding, gaffer: Tim Church, elec: Rob Brock, boom op.: Pat Doyle, a. art d: Moira Mclver, ed: Martin Duffy, cont: Deirdre O'Brien, p.m: Antonella Ibba, p.dsgn.: Diane Menaul, p. co-ord: Geraldine McGuinness, 1st a.d: Darryl Collins, 2nd a.d: Brendan McMenamin, 3rd a.d: Aidan Feeney, theme m/m.p: Sinead O'Connor, songs: 'Girls Just Wanna Have Fun' by Cyndi Lauper (CBS); 'You're The Best Thing' by Style Council (Polydor); 'It's A Miracle' by Culture Club (Virgin); 'UNíinished Revolution' by Christy Moore (WEA), poem: 'LimbO'from Wintering Out by Seamus Heaney (Faber & Faber), s: Liam Saurin, a.s. mix: Jim Curran, dub. mix: Peter Hodges, ward: Lynn Aitken, ward a: Kate Gillen, cnstr: Paul Harkin, make-up: Rosie Blackmore, 1st a. ed: Emer Reynolds, trainee a. ed: Anne Marie McCallion, p.a: Therese Friel, p. accnt: Mike Ash, p secretary: Pauline ward, stills: Willie Doherty, dial. coach: Brendan Gunn, titles: Les Latimer Opticals.
    Art directionMcIVER, Moira
    Production designMENAUL, Diane
    Genre/CategoryComedy
    Social Drama
    Feature Film Drama

    TitleLAST CONFESSION, THE
    Production companyDerry Media Access
    Co-Operation North
    DirectorBOYLE, Paul
    Script/AdaptationBOYLE, Paul
    PhotographyKENNY, Dellan
    EditingDISKIN, Dermot
    CastKini Kivlihan, Michael Boyle.
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    Soundsound
    Duration3
    Format16mm
    Release date1990
    CopyIFA (VHS)
    SummaryA whiskey priest at the end of a long day in the confessional is surprised to find that his last penitent is a psychotic killer. (Production synopsis).
    KeywordsPriests
    Confession
    Murderers
    Psychopaths
    Production creditsp.c: Deny Media Access. With the support of Co-Operation North,
    d/sc: Paul Boyle, c: Dellan Kenny, ed: Dermot Diskin, p.dsgn.: Dick Smith.
    Production designSMITH, Dick
    Genre/CategoryShort Film Drama

    TitleBUTTERFLY REX
    Production companyDun Laoghaire College of Art and Design
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerCOAKLEY, John Paul
    DirectorCOAKLEY, John Paul
    Script/AdaptationCOAKLEY, John Paul
    PhotographyBOYLE, Neal
    Sound recordingHOGAN, Lance
    EditingGILES, Paul
    Music composerDONNELLY, John
    CastSeamus Ravin (Paul), Ruth Ó Broin (Maria), David Spain (Sonny),
    Michael McMonagle (Alan), Gary Scanlon (Wev), Elva Crowley (Fiona),
    David Pamell (John), James Kehoe (Leo), TychO'Armstrong Block
    (Danny), Derry-Ann McEvoy (Fiona), Elva Crowley (Roisin)
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    Soundsound
    Duration17
    Release date1991
    SummaryWhen they are refused admission to the mainland festivities, seven young adults decide to steal the crown of the festival king and hold their own party on a small off-shore island, Dalkey Island, off the south Dublin coast. Paul is crowned 'King of Dalkey' by his friends, and he tries to use the event to give meaning to his aimless life. Though failing, he grasps at a final act of glory by running naked towards the sea. (Production synopsis).
    NoteIR Rel 9/7/1991 (Academy Cinema, Dublin).
    KeywordsYoung People
    LocationDalkey Island
    Dublin
    Production creditsp.c: Dun Laoghaire College of Art and Design, p/d/sc: John Paul Coakley,
    c: Neal Boyle, light: Mark Lowry, m: John Donnelly, Coakley, s: Lance
    Hogan, ed: Paul Giles.
    LightingLOWRY, Paul
    Genre/CategoryShort Film Drama
    Student Film

    TitleINTO THE WEST
    Production companyLittle Bird Productions
    Parallel Films
    Majestic Films Intemational
    Miramax Film Corp
    Channel Four
    Newcomm
    SponsorBritish Screen
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerCAVENDISH, Jonathan
    PALMER, Tim
    DOOLAN, Jane (Co-Prod)
    SLONAKER, Susan (Co-Prod)
    DirectorNEWELL, MIke
    Script/AdaptationSHERIDAN, Jim
    PEARCE, Michael (Story)
    PhotographySIGEL, Tom
    EditingBOYLE, Peter
    Executive producerMITCHELL, James
    EAST, Guy
    WEINSTEIN, Harvey
    Associate producerBYRNE, Gabriel
    Music composerDOYLE, Patrick
    CastGabriel Byrne (Papa Riley), Ellen Barkin (Kathleen), Ciaran Fitzgerald (Ossie Riley), Ruaidhri Conroy (Tito Riley), David Kelly (Grandpa Ward), Johnny Murphy (Tracker), Colm Meaney (Barreller), John Kavanagh (Noel Hartnett), Brendan Gleeson (Inspector Bolger), Jim Norton (Superintendent O'Mara), Anita Reeves (Mrs Murphy), Ray McBride (Mr Murphy), Dave Duffy (Morrissey), Stuart Dannell (Conor Murphy), Becca Hollinshead (Birdy Murphy), Bianca Hollinshead (Angela Murphy), Owen O'Gormon (Cafferty), Mark O'Regan (welfare man), Phelim Drew (Sergeant Brophy), Sean Madden (school inspector), Vinnie McCabe (video-shop owner). Tony Rohr (traveller), Breandan Ó Duill (barman), Dave Carey (resident), Joan Sheehy (woman with pram), Lana Citron (Sophie), Clive Geraghty (Smiley), Charles Ruxton (Tommo), Stanley Townsend (Rico), Derry Power (hotel clerk), Tim McDonnell (shopkeeper), Joe Pilkington (detective), Frank O'Sullivan, Sean Simon, Liam Cunningham, Sean Lawlor (policemen), Gerry Stembridge, Kevin Reynolds, Michael Sheridan, Aine O'Connor (reporters), Dave Finnegan (car man), Gladys Sheehan (woman in lift).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    Soundsound
    Duration102
    Footage9184
    Format35mm
    Release date1992
    CopyIFA
    IFA (VHS)
    SummaryTraveller Grandpa Ward is by himself near the sea when a white horse appears. The horse follows him to a travellers' encampment at the north Dublin Ballymun Flats complex, where his grandsons Tito and Ossie live with their father. Papa Riley, a previous king of the travellers and the widower of Grandpa's daughter, Mary, who died giving birth to Ossie. After Mary's death Papa rejected the travellers' life and went to live in the 'settled' community, despite Grandpa's disapproval. Grandpa tells the children that the horse is called Tir na n'óg. Land of Youth, named after the Irish mythological land of eternal youth to the west, and that it came from the sea. Ossie forms an instant bond with the horse and brings it to their high-rise flat in the lift. When the Rileys' neighbours complain about the noise the police arrive and take the horse away. Police Inspector Bolger then illegally sells the horse to businessman Noel Hartnett. Ossie and Tito see Tir na n'óg on a television showjumping programme where Hartnett is being interviewed. They go to the showgrounds and take the horse. Papa Riley is arrested and shown a video of the boys taking back the horse. The boys head west on the horse, while Hartnett offers a £5,000 reward for its capture. Papa Riley goes to a travellers' camp in the countryside to seek their help in finding his sons. Old friends Barreller and Kathleen agree to help and all three leave on horseback in search of the boys. Travelling across the countryside, Tir na n'óg brings Ossie and Tito to their mother's grave. Later, Papa, Kathleen and Barreller arrive at the same place where they meet Grandpa Ward. Arriving in a town, the boys and the horse take refuge from the rain in a cinema and spend the night there. They break into the projection box and show a film. When they leave the cinema the following morning, they are pur sued by the police, but escape with the help of a local family. Tir na n'óg brings the boys to a beach, where Papa Riley, Kathleen, Barreller and Grandpa Ward are waiting. As Hartnett and his men with Bolger's help close in on Tir na n'óg, the horse brings Ossie out to sea. While Papa Riley is captured instead of his son, Ossie is drawn beneath the waves where he is reunited with his dead mother. Papa carries the unconscious Ossie from the sea and he recovers, but the horse has vanished. Before the police leave, they arrest Bolger. That night, the family and their traveller friends gather around the Rileys' caravan. Following the travellers' custom of burning the caravan of the dead, Papa sets alight the one in which his wife died. As it burns, Ossie and Tito see Tir na n'óg rise from the flames and gallop off. (V).
    NoteIR Rel 16/10/1992.
    Filmed on location in Ballymun, Dublin, in County Wicklow, and in the west of Ireland. Extracts from BACK TO THE FUTURE 3 (USA 1990).
    ReferenceFI No. 32:26-7; IT 14/10/1992:12; IT 16/10/1992:15; S&S/1/1993:48;
    SBP 18/10/1992:B3; ST 18/10/1992:B3.

    All reference materials listed below are held at the Tiernan McBride Library of the Irish Film Institute.

    Cast and crew, synopsis, production notes and career details of crew and cast of the film.

    Contact numbers for crew and cast during production of film.

    Little Bird: Into The West - Call sheet. Daily requirements for set and location during production of film.

    Captions for black and white stills from the film.

    Captions for 35mm colour transparencies of the film.

    Irish Stage and Screen, 12/91-1/92:15-6, ‘Into The West: On Location’, interview with production team on location (Sylvia Thompson).

    Hot Press, 1992:17-9, ‘Take That Script And Shove It’, interview with actor Gabriel Byrne (Joe Jackson).

    Sight and Sound, Jan. 1993:48, review (Claire Monk).

    Variety, 21/12/92:60-1, ‘Into The West (British-U.S.)’, crew, cast and review of film (Derek Elley).

    Screen International, 10/9/93, ‘Nominations for European Film of the Year’,
    mention of nomination for European award for film.

    Irish Times, 16/10/92, ‘This West is Best’, review.

    Irish Times (Media Scope), 24/9/97, ‘Go West - Tall stories, small stories, Irish stories’, feature on FII using film for educational purposes, and short article on Jim Sheridan.

    Film Ireland, Nov/Dec. 1992:26-7 (Tom Clancy).

    Screen International, 24/9/93, ‘Coming of age’, paragraph of film's box office success.

    BFFS, 13-13/3/93:15, synopsis of Into the West.

    Irish Times, 12/10/99:12, review of the stage version of Into the West (Harry Browne).
    DistributorEntertainment (UK)
    KeywordsTravellers
    Irish Mythology
    Supernatural
    Mothers
    Fathers
    Children
    Family
    Horses
    Childhood
    LocationBallymun
    Dublin
    Wicklow
    West of Ireland
    Production creditsp.c: Little Bird. In association with Parallel Films. For Majestic Films Intemational/Miramax Film Corp/Channel Four/Newcomm. Made with the participation of British Screen, p: Jonathan Cavendish, Tim Palmer, exec. p: James Mitchell, co-exec. p: Guy East, Bob Weinstein, Harvey Weinstein, co-p: Jane Doolan, Susan Slonaker, assoc. p: Gabriel Byrne, d: Mike Newell, sc: Jim Sheridan from an original story by Michael Pearce, a. sc: David Keating, sc. super: Jean Bourne, dop: Tom Sigel, 2nd unit d: Barry Blackmore, p. co-ord: Niamh Nolan, p. office trainee: Catherine Dunne, p.m: Mary Alleguen, loc. m: John McDonnell, loc. a: Hugh Linehan, Niall 6 Meachair, cast: Ros Hubbard, John Hubbard, a. cast: Mary Maguire, dial. coach: Brendan Gunn, focus puller: Alan Butler, c. loader: John Conroy, grip: Luke Quigley, 1st a.d: Simon Moseley, 2nd a.d: Lisa Mulcahy, 3rd a.d: Brendan Geraghty, Robert Quinn, trainee a.d: Jonathan Cummins, Charlotte Somers, 2nd unit c: Des Whelan, steadicam op: Peter Robinson, steadicam a: Paul Kenward, 2nd unit a.c: Jo Gibney, Brendan Galvin, ed: Peter Boyle, p.dsgn.: Jamie Leonard, art d: Mark Geraghty, a. art d: Jean Keir, art d. trainee: Fiona Daly, Clodagh Conroy, scenic artist: Steve Mitchell, sp. effs. super: Gerry Johnston, m: Patrick Doyle, m.d/orch: Fiachra Trench, m. super: Maggie Rodford, m. ed: Roy Prendergast, cost: Consolata Boyle, ward: Rhona McGuirke, Mark Holmes, make-up: Moma Ferguson, (Ellen Barkin) Aileen Seaton, Norma Hill, titles/opticals: The Optical Partnership, boom op.: Mervyn Moore, s. ed (dial): Bob Risk, Foley ed: Mark Auguste, s. mix: Peter Lindsay, dub' mix: Peter Maxwell, a. dub. mix: Mick Boggis, s. transfer: Screen Scene, dub. ed: Campbell Askew, a. ed: Jonathan Lucas, 2nd a. ed: Mary Casey, trainee a. ed: Mark Siung, a. dub. ed: Richard Fettes, a. dial. ed: Steve Maguire, still: Simon Mein, p. accnt: Alan Gavin, a. accnt: Frances Byrne, props master: David Balfour, stunt co-ord: Tony Smart, stunts: Alan Walsh, Dominic Hewitt, stunt doubles: (riding) Jason Behan, Linda Sobey, (diving) Gordon O'Dwyer, stand-in: Bridgette Fortune, armourer: John McKenna, animals: Jim Furlong, horsemasters: Joelle Baland (France), Donal Fortune (Ireland), helicopter pilots: Colin Sayers, Niall O'Donnell,
    Art directionGERAGHTY, Mark
    Costume designBOYLE, Consolata
    Production designLEONARD, Jamie
    Genre/CategoryAdventure
    Children's Film
    Fantasy
    Road Movie
    Feature Film Drama
    Western

    TitleDRINKING CRUDE
    Production companySweetskin Productions
    Legend Films
    SponsorBórd Scánnán na hEireann/Irish Film Board
    Special Effects Ireland
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerJOHNSON, Gerry
    TAPSELL, KIm
    DirectorMcPOLIN, Owen
    Script/AdaptationMcPOLIN, Owen
    PhotographyMcLEAN, Ossie
    Sound recordingMUNNS, Richard
    EditingCONNOLLY, Kathleen
    Associate producerMcPOLIN, Paul
    Music composerCORKEY, Bill
    Songs' Petrol sun' performed by Bill Corkey, Johnny Morton, David Murphy.


    Composed by Bill Corkey. String arrangement by Ken Rice. Performed by


    Ken Rice, Elaine Rice, Louis Roden, Delia Lynch.

    'Hands up' , performed by Bill Corkey, Johnny Morten, David Murphy; composed by Bill Corkey; produced by Dennis Lovett, Bill Corkey.

    'Hit and run', performed by Bill Corkey, Johnny Morten, David Murphy;
    performed by Bill Corkey; produced by Denis Lovett, Bill Corkey.

    'Concrete jungle', composed and performed by Bill Corkey; produced by


    Dennis L ovett, Bill Corkey.

    'In the black' composed and performed by Bill Corkey; produced by


    Dennis Lovett, Bill Corkey.

    'acoustic petrol', performed by Bill Corkey, Ken Rice; composed by

    Bill Corkey; produced by Dennis Lovett, Bill Corkey.

    'U-13', performed by Bill Corkey, Johnny Morten, David Murphy; composed by Bill Corkey; produced by Bill Corkey, Dennis Lovett; string arrangement by Ken Rice; string arrangements performed by Ken Rice, Elaine Rice, Louis Reden, Delia Lynch.

    'Drinking crude', performed by Bill Corkey, Johnny Morten, David Murphy, Ken Rice; composed by Bill Corkey; produced by Dennis Lovett, Bill Corkey.

    'Sundance', composed by Bill Corkey; produced by Dennis Lovett

    Bill Corkey.
    CastAndrew Scott (Paul), James Quarton (Al), Eva Birthistle (Karen), Maria Hayden (Pauls Ma), Sarah Pilkington (Lorraine), Colin Farrell (Click), Darren Monks (Tom), Natalie Stringer (Clare), James Hornby (Andy), John Fraher (the waiter), McLean Burke (Tony Junior), Brian Curtain (Joe), Pat McGrath (Tony Senior), Harry Callahan (baby Jess), Ronan Greally (Mike), Steve Kray (Ian), Iona Kennedy (Jackie), Heather Craney (Julie), Debbie Asante (girl at tube station), Jasmine Starr (Louise), Kieran Starr (Ronan), Ken Quinlan (Leighton), Joeseph J Enright (hotel receptionist), Kevin Lynch, Mark O'Sullivan, Michael O'Brien (evictors), Eileen O'Dea (woman on tube), Caroline Bussell (woman on tube), Mark Kieran, Robert O'Connor, Padraig Moriarty (Mike's friends), John Bailey, P. J. Ryan (professors), Owen Nolan (petrol pump attendant), Gerry McColgan, Anne O'Connor (passengers in waiting area), Seamus Calogan, Miriam McGillicuddy, Anne Horan, Marie Horan, Donal Foley, Martin Grace, Jane Boland, Joanne Hockey, Helen Harrower, Aileen Fuller, Marilyn Bullman, Jacinta O'Mahony, Freda Conry, Tony Conry, Gabrielle Flaherty (pub partygoers).
    Colourcol
    SoundDolby Stereo
    Duration88
    Format35mm
    Release date1997
    CopyIFA
    IFA (VHS)
    Summary5{r-old Paul leaves Portstown for London after failing to get the required grade in the Leaving Certificate. In London, he is evicted from a squat on his first day there, is robbed by two girls on the Tube, and things only begin to look up when a Scotsman, Al, who nearly runs him over, gives him a job cleaning the insides of oil tankers, work which eventually leads him back to Portstown. At home, he makes peace with his mother and discovers that, after all, he has been offered a university place. By now, though, he has followed in Al's footsteps, exploiting other young men as Al had done to him. Which choice will he make?
    NoteScreened at the 9th Galway Film Fleadh, 8 - 13 July 1997.
    ReferenceIrish Times, 7/3/97, ‘Flying High at the Festival’, short favourable review of Drinking Crude showing at the Dublin Film Festival (Michael Dwyer).

    Evening Herald, 12/2/97, ‘Tralee's movie mania’, report of Drinking Crude premiere in Tralee, Co. Kerry.

    Evening Herald, 22/4/98, ‘Crude tale from Kerryman Owen’, review and background details of film Drinking Crude (Lorna Higgins).

    Network Ireland Television MIPCOM catalogue, review. Held at the Tiernan MacBride Library of the Irish Film Institute.
    KeywordsMigration
    Irish in Britain
    Oil Tankers
    Teenagers
    Rural Ireland
    London
    Production creditsp.c.: Sweetskin Productions and Legend Films in association with the Irish Film Board and Special Effects Ireland, p: Gerry Johnston, Kim Tapsell, d/sc: Owen McPolin, m: Bill Corkey, ed: Kathleen Connolly, light. c.: Ossie McLean, assoc.p.: Paul McPolin, 2nd unit d: Gerry Johnston, p.m.s: Paul Largan, Vincent Kinniard, 1st a.d.: Andrew Vallance, cast (Ireland): Gillian Reynolds, cast. trainee: John Fraher, cast. (U.K): Kim Tapsell, assistant cast.s U.K.: Neil Stephens, Debbie Asante, sc.ed: Paul Pender, cost: Mary Moriarty, focus pullers: Dan Essex, Damien Elliot, clapper loaders: Kay Napper, Jonathon Woods, grip: Sam Philips, s: Richard Munns, boom op.: Mike Corbett, make-up: Carolin Bussel, hair stylist: Connor McAllister, p.sec.: Imelda Duffy, stunt co ordinator: Martin Grace, transport: Liam Kelly, international transport: Jimmy Owens, driver: Padraig Moriarty, 2nd unit c: Eugene J Mcveigh, a.ed (Dublin): Mariead Mcivor, trainee ed (Dublin): Alice Manning, a.ed (London): Andrew Howden, dub.mix.: Richard King, dial.ed.: Ben Baker, press liaison: Carmel White, Wells Cargo, catering: Javier Perinado Romero, The Old Forge Restaurant, Whitegate refinery, Fitzers Restaurant, animal handler: Allister Rossell, p.accnt.:Mary O'Sullivan, refinery liason officer: John McCarthy, special FX super: Jerry Johnston, floor super: John Markwell, technicans: Kevin Nolan, Andrew Nolan, SFX fire cover: Noel Fay, Hughie Cosgrave, stunts: Alan Walsh, gaffer: Philip Fitzsimons, best boy: Stephen Doyle, elec: Sean Creagh, production cover: Robert and Taylor Insurance London, insurance liaison: David Franklin, Neil Plesance, D. Owen Davis, processed by Rank Film Laboraties. titles and opticals by G.S.E. cameras and grips by Animage, London. a. cameras by Panavision, Dublin, sound equipment by: Richard Film Services, edited on Lightworks. re recorded and mixed at World Wide Sound London. negative cut by: True cut. edited at FilmBase. digital facilites: London, lighting equipment by: Cine Electric, Dublin, Lee Lighting, London. original idea by Gerry McColgan, Aine O'Connor. All tracks recorded and mixed at Sun Studios Dublin. Rehearsed at Temple Lane Rehersal Studios Dublin. Instruments by: Sound House, Temple Bar Dublin. We gratefully acknowledge the support of Carl Hannigan, Dennis Lovett, Siobhan Burne, Terry Hackett, Seamus Doher, Pat Dunne, Anne Reid, Diandra Watson, Batty Finnerty. We acknowledge the help and support of Richard Walsh, Ardmore Studios, Whitegate oil refinery, Brian McColgan, Abbey tours, Billy Scully, Westminister council, Eamon Hewitt, Stenna line, Collette Kielty, Bank of Irish, London Underground, Dublin Port and Docks, Macks Westside Service Station, Mrs Rice, Sister Asumpta, Ballonagh secondary School, Nobles Waste Disposal, Store St Garda, An Stor Hostel, Middelton, Kieran Rustledge, The Aquadome, The Abbeygate Hotel, Marcus White, The Earl of Desmond Hotel, Kerry Co Council, FilmBase, Eurotek, Bus Eireann, Peter Moore, Kerry Co. airport, Michael Carmody, Regional technical College, Killiney Castle Hotel, Acid Jazz merchandise, Fr Alexandera Sherbrook, Pete at A.B.L. Halls, Derry and Donie Daly, Jeremy Leary, Crispin Warwick, Kevin Lynch, Devora Pope, Andrew Connolly, Mike Griffin, Paul Stack, Mutton Burns, Pat Donnegan, Kev Kilkenny, Allister Russell, Virginia O'Callaghan, Fiona Bloody Bergin. Developed and completed with assistance from the Irish Film Board. Copyright: Sweetskin Productions Ltd/Legend Film Ltd.
    Costume designMARIARTY, Mary
    LightingMCLEAN, Ossie
    Genre/CategoryFeature Film Drama
    Comedy
    Road Movie

    TitleDISCO PIGS
    Production companyDP Film Productions
    Renaissance Films
    Temple Films
    SponsorBórd Scánnán na hEireann/Irish Film Board
    BBC Northern Ireland
    European Script Fund
    MEDIA Programme of the European Union
    Mass Productions
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerGUINEY, Ed
    DirectorSHERIDAN, Kirsten
    Script/AdaptationWALSH, Enda
    PhotographyJadue-Lillo, Igor
    Sound recordingMOORE, Mervyn
    EditingYEATES, Ben
    Executive producerEVANS, Stephen
    FINNEY, Angus
    STONEMAN, Rod
    Associate producerJANSON, Sophie
    Music composerFRIDAY, Gavin
    SEEZER, Maurice
    Music performanceIrish Film Orchestra
    Songs'SLIP INTO SOMETHING MORE COMFORTABLE'
    written by Julius Walters, Mark Blackburn, Fredrick & Karger and
    Robert Wells.
    Published by Zomba Music Publishers Ltd./Banton
    Performed by Kinobe
    courtesy of Zomba Records Ltd.
    Includes sample 'From Here To Eternity'
    Performed by Engelbert Humperdinck
    courtesy of The Decca Music Group Ltd.

    NOSEDIVE
    written by Jeremy Healey, Amos Pizzey
    Rickard Berg and John Themis
    Published by Deconstruction Songs Ltd./ BMG Music Publishing
    Ltd./C. Warner/Chappell Music Ltd.
    by kind permission of Warner/Chappell Music Ltd.
    Copyright Control/Rickard Berg
    Performed by 'Bleachin'
    Licensed courtesy of Boilerhouse Records/ BMG Eorodisc Ltd.

    SWASTIKA EYES (CHEMICAL BROTHERS REMIX)
    written by Bobby Gillespie & Andrew Innes
    Published by EMI Music Publishing Ltd.
    Used by kind permission of Complete Music Ltd.
    Performed by Primal Scream
    Licensed courtesy of Creation/Sine a division of Sony Music
    Entertainment (UK) Ltd./Astralwerks Records.

    BRING ME SUNSHINE
    written by Athur Kent and Sylvia Dee
    Published by Campbell Connelly and Co. Ltd./ International Music
    Network Ltd.
    Performed by Eric Morcambe and Ernie Wise
    (P) 1969 Licensed courtesy of EMI Records Ltd.

    MAXIES DAMP SUIT
    written by Conor Kelly and Sam Park
    Published by Copyright Control
    Performed by Bell Helicopter

    LE NOZZE DI FIGARO
    Composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
    In The Public Domain
    Performed by Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra
    courtesy of The Decca Music Group Ltd.
    Liccensed by kind permission of The Film & TV Licensing
    Division, part of the Universal Music Group.

    DEER STOP
    written by Alison Goldfrapp and Will Gregory
    Published by Alison Goldfrapp and Will Gregory
    Performed by Goldfrapp
    Licensed courtesy of Mute Records Ltd.

    FIRESUITE
    written by Jeremy Williams, Jamie Goodwin and Andrew Williams.
    Published by Bug Music Ltd.
    Performed by The Doves
    (P) 2000 Licensed courtesy of Heavenly Recordings

    THEY'RE HANGING ME TONIGHT
    Writen by David Ayers, Richard Thaair and Ali Friens
    Published by Warp Music/EMI Music Publishing
    Performed by Red Snapper
    (P) 2000 Warp Records Ltd.
    Licensed courtesy of Warp Records.

    FOGGY DEW
    Traditional arranged by Frank Gilligan
    Published by Outlet Music
    Licensed courtesy of Outlet Recording Company Ltd.

    MEN BEHIND THE WIRE
    written by Patrick McGuigan
    Published by Waltons Ltd./P. McGuigan
    Licensed courtesy of
    Outlet Recording Company Ltd.

    YOU REALLY GOT ME
    written by Roy Davies
    Published Edward Kassner Music Company Ltd.
    Performed by Cillian Murphy
    Licensed courteay of Outlet Recording Company Ltd.

    BLACK ISLAND
    written by Shara Nelson, Ashley Bates and Christopher Andrews
    Published by C. Warner/Chappell Music Ltd
    Performed by Cuba with vocals by Shara Nelson
    (P) 1999 4AD. Licensed courtesy of 4AD

    DIRGE
    written by Richard Fearless, Tim Holmes, John Yorke.
    Daniel Whitock, David Harper, Simon Harper and Graham Cassie
    Published by Deconstruction Songs Ltd./BMG Music
    Publishing Ltd./C. Warner/Chappell Music Ltd
    Used by kind permission of Complete Music
    Performed by Death In Vegas
    Licensed courtesy of Concrete/BMG Entertainment International
    UK & Ireland Ltd.

    FIRST COOL HIVE
    written by Richard Hall
    Published by C. Little Idiot Music/Warner-Tamerlane
    Publishing Corp
    by kind permission of Warner/Chappell Music
    Performed by Moby
    Licensed courtesy of Elektra Entertainment/Mute Records Ltd.

    YOUR FACE
    written by Glen Hansard and The Frames
    Published by Perfect Songs Ltd.
    Performed by The Frames
    (P) 1996 ZTT Records Ltd.
    Licensed courtesy ZTT Records Ltd.

    FLAME TURNS BLUE
    written by David Gray
    Published by C. Warner/Chappell Music Ltd.
    Performed by David Gray
    Licensed courtesy of IHT Records Ltd.

    SO NEW
    written by Cillian Murphy
    Published by Copyright Control
    Performed by Cillian Murphy and Nina Hynes
    Licensed courtesy of Cillian Murphy
    CastElaine Cassidy (Runt), Cillian Murphy (Pig), Sarah Gallagher (5 year old Runt), Charles Bark-Frisby (5 year old Pig), Eleanor Methven (Pig's Mam), Geraldine O'Rawe (Runt's Mam), Brian O'Byrne (Runt's Dad), Darren Healy (Marky), Tara Lynne O'Neill (Mags), Michael Rawley (Foxy), Eoghan Harris (headmaster), Dawn Bradfield (counsellor), Marie Mullen (Ms. Monroe), Derry Power (old man in bus), Mark Doherty (salesman), Morna Regan (english teacher), Aoife Lowry (bitch), Gavin Friday (Paschal Stankard), Eva Barrett (Dee), Mark Dunne (bad dancer), Simon Delaney (ticket cashier), Aidan Kelly (young beer drinker), Graham Roe (singer), Dermot Whelan (bad dancer 2), Sarah O'Toole (Marky's girlfriend), Zoe Gibney (pretty disco girl), Katie Kearns (baby Runt ), Jack Madden (baby Pig), Edna Walsh (hitchhiker) Sadhbh & Niamh Cosgrove (baby & mother in station)
    LanguageEnglish
    ColourTechnicolor
    SoundDolby Digital
    Duration94
    Footage8414
    Format35
    Release date2001
    CopyIFA
    IFA (VHS)
    SummaryInseparable since being born on the same day, neighbours Darren (Pig) and Sinead (Runt) enjoy the closest of friendships, living next door to each other and going to the same school, until adolescence brings sexual awakening. With the adult world concerned about their relationship, and their private language hermetically sealing it, Runt is sent to reform school in Donegal, but it is far from being an idyllic rural haven with the separation only generating anxiety and longing. Pig's mother tells him where Runt is and he goes to find her. Runt has made a new friend, Mags, at the college and is doing well there, but she decides to leave with Pig when he comes to her on their seventeenth birthdays. He takes her back to Cork, but it sets in train violent episodes. They rob an off-licence. That night n a pub, when Runt meets a boy from school, Marky, with whom she dances, Pig becomes jealous and attacks him with a heavy glass ashtray. Runt runs from the club and Pig follows. They go to the beach where they have sex for the first time. The next day Pig tells Runt that he knows this has to be the end, and she suffocates him.
    ReferenceS&S 2002 1:39
    DistributorRenaissance Films

    Abbey Films, Film House, 35c Upper Abbey Street, Dublin 1, Irish
    Tel: +353 1 872 3922
    Fax: +353 1 872 3687
    www.discopigs.com

    Entertainment Film Distributors (UK)
    KeywordsTeenagers
    Adolescence
    Coming-of-age
    Violence
    Madness
    Insanity
    Discos
    Clubbing
    Adolescence
    Youth
    Love relationships
    Sex
    Cork
    LocationDublin
    Cork
    Wicklow
    Production creditsp.c.: Renaissance Films, Temple Films Productions, spon: Bord Scannan na hEireann/The Irish Film Board, p: Ed Guiney, exec.p: Stephen Evans, Angus Finney, Rod Stoneman, d: Kirsten Sheridan, sc: Edna Walsh from his play. 'Disco Pigs', dop: Igor Jadue-Lillo, p.dsgn: Zoe MacLeod, line.p.: Noelette Buckley, assoc.p.: Sophie Janson, cost: Lorna Marie Mugan, m: Gavin Friday, Maurice Seezer, ed: Ben Yeates, Sound super: Patrick Drummond, cast by: Maureen Hughes, Amy Rowan, p.accnt.:Niall Delaney, 1st a. d.: Luke Johnston, loc.m.: Gordon Wycherley, chief make-up artist: Margot Wilson, chief hair: Eileen Buggy, loc.s.: Mervyn Moore, m.super: Liz Gallacher, p.exec. for Temple Films: Jane Roche, p.co-ord.: Lisa Drayne, assistant p.co-ord.: Sandra Campbell, assistant to Producer & d: Birch Hamilton, p.trainees: Dorothy McDonnell, Sarah Carroll, post-p.super: Paul Tully, 1st a. ed: Mairead McIvor, assistant accnt.: Donna Fitzsymons, 2nd a. d.: Mary Gough, 3rd a. d.: Marcus Lynch, trainee assistant d.: Alex Jones, extras co-ord.: Nessa Linnane, a. trainees: Sandra Corbally, Amanda Webb, Jim Doyle, Niall McLoughlin, John Ringrose, Neil McQuillan, assistant loc.m.: Peter Conway, loc.a.s.:Donnacha Brady, Lorcan Berney, a. location scout (Cork): Robbie Hamilton, Sam Taylor, sc.super: Catherine Morris, trainee sc.super: Ciara Hyland, focus puller: Tadgh Fleming, clapper loader: Sarah Francis, grip: Paul Tsan, c.trainee: Joanne Nellis, trainee grip: Robert Kelly, a. grip: Sam Philips, boom op.: Danny Crowley, s.trainee:Brian Connolly, art d.: Lesley Oakley, assistant art d.: Tamara Conboy, stand-by art d.: Fiona Mullally, props buyer: Emer MacAvin, props master: Nuala McKernan, dressing prop: Noel Walsh, stand-by props: David Marsh, stand-by prop trainee: Deirdre Byrne, dressing prop trainee: Steven Johnston, props buyer trainee: Nicola Hughes, a. props trainees: James McGettrick, Michael Connerty, storyboard artist: Bruce Ryder, ward.super: Jessica O'Leary, cost.dsgn.: Gill Howard, ward.a. : Ciara McArdle, a. ward.: Una Towell, Clodagh Deegan, Roisin Ryan O'Brien, Sarah King, Barbara Callaghan, a. make-up a.s.:Fiona Hogan, Clare Lambe, Roisin O'Reilly, a. hair a.s.:Brid Broadberry, Muriel Bell, Maureen Smith, gaffer: Garret Baldwin, best boy: Peter O'Toole, elec: Michael Frawley, generator driver: Kevin Scott, a. elec: Tony Devlin, Billy Doyle, Dave Keogh, Paul Fagan, Eugene O'Sullivan, Disco Lighting Rigs: Stephen Carthy, Neon lighting: Cully Signs, rigger: John Heffernon, sp.effs.: Team FX, sp.effs. co-ord.: Brendan Byrne, sp.effs. Crew: Kevin Byrne, Aidan Byrne, Pat Redmond, stunt.co-ord. Alan Walsh, stuntmen: Eamon A. Kelly, Dominic Hewitt, Donal O'Farrell, action vehicles: Stephen Carroll, action vehicles co-ord.: Peter Doyle, mobile communications: John McKenna, cnstr.man.: Tom Dowling, construction buyer: Maurice Thompson, super.carpenter: Darren Fleming, master painter: Bronwyn Clohissey, stagehand: Tony O'Hanlon, carpenter: Sean Drumm, stand-by carpenter: John Hand, stand-by painter: Pat Kelly, stand-by riggers: Brendan McNicholl, Ted Wellings, plasterer: Roy Murnane, a. carpenter: Alan Cheevers, a. painters: Alan Siggins, Martin Kenny, Wendy Kelly, a. stagehands: John McHugh, Stephen Byrne, John Delaney, a. ph: dop, Peter Robertson, 1st a. d.: Liz Gill, 3rd a. d.: Peter Conway, loc.m.: Ger Daly, s: Dan Birch, boom op.: Robert Flanagan, clapper loaders: Stephen Murphy, John Watters, grip: Oisin Kelly, ward.: Maura McDonald, gaffer: Jim Farrell, elec: Howard Gibson-Steele, Eamon Fox, Willie Smith, Addo Gallagher, dial.ed.: Jon Stevenson, FX ed: Cathi Weldon, ADR/Foley ed: Hugo Monks, assistant s.ed.s: Caoimhe Doyle, Eileen Gogan, re-rd.mix.s: John Fitzgerald, Gerry Roche, Foley art.: Andy Malcolm, Caoimhe Doyle, ADR/Foley recs: Michelle Cunniffe, Gerry Roche, sound re-recorded at 2 Ardmore Sound, Ireland, ADR recording: Ardmore Sound, Ireland, s.facility.super: Alan Collins, Dolby cnslt: John Iles, digital effects: Pluto, Inferno Artists: Ruairi Robinson, Hubert Montag, Delores McGinley, scanning & recording services: Cinesite [Europe Ltd], titles & opticals p: The Moving Picture Company, optical camera facilities: Mill Film, Front title dsgn.: Neil Horner, End title dsgn.: Studio 51, unit publicist: Julia Jones, Dennis Davidson Associates, stills ph: Pat Redmond, EPK: Horsepower Productions, Promo: Picture Production Company, a. EPK: Audrey O'Reilly, stills processing: Repro 35, DM Prints, screening room: Thirteen Denzille, unit nurse: Catherine O'Rorke, dialogue coach: Gerry Grennell, canary wrangler: Edward Drew, security:John Noonan, Facilities provided by: Movie-go Ltd, Facilities manager: Clarke Tracey, transport captain: Dan Breen Snr, minibus driver: Tony Mulally, director's driver: Mickey Towhill, camera Car driver: Reggie Blain Jnr, construction truck driver: Conrad Philips, Lighting truck driver: Terence Morrison, stand-by prop driver: Frank Hudson, wardrobe truck driver: Mitch Masterson, dressing props drivers: Paul Clarke, Tomas Clarke, Low loader/ tracking vehicles: Kelly Stunt, cherrypicker: Height For Hire, catering: Frontline Catering, catering team: Robbie Maher, Teresa O'Reilly, Felicity McEvoy, Jennifer McEvoy, Danny Lovowitz, Lightworks facilities provided by Editline, Lightworks: Nicky Dunne, music recorded at: 'The Horse Studio', Dublin, engineeredby Maurice Seezer, studio preparation: Kerry Hopwood, pro-tools transfers: Ciaran Cahill, Piano, keyboards, programming: Maurice Seezer, voices: Gavin Friday, Wind Instruments: Renaud Pion, acoustic guitar: Martin Dunlea, orchestra recorded at: Windmill Lane Recording Studios, perf by: The Irish Film Orchestra, music orchestrated & conducted by: Brian Byrne, engineered& mixed by: Andrew Boland, assistant engnr: Kieran Lynch, orchestral management: Caitriona Walsh, runner: David Hughes, written, arranged & p: Gavin Friday & Maurice Seezer, published by:Blue Mountain Music 2001, Artist management: Anne-Louise Kelly, m.prod.co-ord.: Liz Devlin, Friday/Seezer, security:Muttley Bella Donna, Maria Pizzuti, Music for the 2nd Disco: perf and composed by: Bell Helicopter, film laboratory: Techicolor Film Services, lab liaison: Keith Bryant, film grader: Peter Ferrari, rushes telecine: Dailies 21, transfers: Midnight Transfer, film stock: Photologic, neg cutting & sound transfers: negative cutting Ltd., post.p.sc: Sapex Scripts, retail banking: Bank of Ireland, Upper Ormond Quay, financial services: Michael O'Sullivan, Anglo-Irish Bank, completion bond: Film Finances Services Ltd., insurance advisors: Aon/Albert G. Ruben, legal.adv.: Ruth Hunter, James Hickey, Matheson Ormsby Prentice Solicitors, auditors: Boo Simpson Xavier, Temple Films' accnts: Brophy Gillespie, travel agent: Flair Travel, couriers: Aerly Bird/Wells Cargo, camera equipment supplied by: VFG Ireland Ltd, lighting equipment supplied by: Cine Electric Ltd, electric Light Company, grip: equipment supplied by: VFG/Paul Tsan, computer services provided by: Sargent Discs (London), for Renaissance Films: finance.d.: Anne Sheehan, marketing& publicity manager: Michaela Piper, legal: Theodore Goddard, tech.cnslt.: Cineserve, originated on Eastman Colour Film from Kodak. The Production would like to thank the following Lenny Abrahamson, Ballykea Productions, Peter Bark, Carmel & Vincent Barrett, Jonathan Blair, Jonathan Berger, Betty Ann Norton School of Acting, Paddy Breathnach, Dr. Derek Bromhall, Tony Byrne, Neil Calder, Simon Carmody, John Carney, Peter Carville, Ginette Chalmers, Caroline Chauncey, Chorion Plc & Enid Blyton Ltd, Kathryn & Eva Coffey, Jim Colgan, David Collins, Lisa Cook, Cork Film Centre, Sarah Curran, Will Davies, Edie Demas, Dermot Diskin, Hilda Doyle, Jill Doyle, Donal Dineen, Kevin Duffy, Jim Duggan, Hugh Drumm, Keith Faulkner, Lawrence Fee, May Frisby, Hugh & Margaret Gallagher, Terry George, Ronan Glennane, Deirdre Green, Brian Guckian, Mick Hannigan, Paul Hickey, Pamela Hughes, Nina Hynes, Irish Film Production Group Unions, George Jackson, Marie Jewell, Ann Kavanagh, Hilary Kehoe, David Lappin, Rupert Lord, Nick Marston, Nicola Martin, Charlie McCarthy, Amanda McCaughren, McDaniels, Teresa McGrane, Paul McGuinness, Lesley McKimm, Paul Moore, Reymond Morell, Kevin Moriarty, Lisa Mulcahy, Mark Mulqueen, Fiona Murphy, Doug Murray, Mary Murray, Newpark School, Niamh Nolan, NRG, Fiachna O'Braonain, Aisling O'Dwyer, Rachel O'Flanagan, Gillian Oman, Avril O'Reilly, Grainne O'Rourke, Patrick O'Shea, Tricia Perrott, Stephen Pennicks, Alexander Ross, Setanta Sport Ltd, Selmer, Shandon Tower, Gladys Sheehan, Peter Sheridan, The Sync Kitchen, Smallfilms, Gabby Smith, Sonya Supple, Caroline Taylor, Tallaght Civic Theatre, Kate Triggs, Rob Walpole, Sarah Walsh, Maeve Widger, Caroline Wood and the Residents of Ballybrock. Special Thanks to Stephen Bradley, Barry Dignam, Jo Ellison, Eddie & Sheila Guiney, Hell's Kitchen, Neil Horner, Andrew Lowe, Aoife O'Riordain, Emer Reynolds, Jim, Fran, Naomi & Tess Sheridan, Sean & Maeve Walsh, Richard & Gemma Yeates. Filmed on location in Dublin, Cork and Wicklow, Ireland. Produced with the support of investment incentives for the Irish Film Industry provided by the Government of Ireland. Developed in association with Bord Scannan na hEireann/Irish Film Board, BBC Northern Ireland, the European Script Fund [An initiative of the Media Programme of the European Union] and Mass Productions. Based on the play 'Disco Pigs' by Enda Walsh. The story, all names, characters and incidents portrayed in this film are fictitious. No identification with actual persons either living or dead is intended or should be iNíerred. No animals or birds were maltreated or harmed in the production of this film. produced by DP Film Productions Limited for Temple Film & Television Productions Limited. A Temple Films Production for Renaissance Films in association with Bord Scannan na hEireann/Irish Film Board. Dolby Digital in Selected Theatres. Ardmore Sound. Kodak Motion Picture Film.
    Art directionOAKLEY, Lesley
    CONBOY, Tamara
    Costume designMUGAN, Lorna Marie
    RightsRenaissance Films 2001

    Element FILMS
    Jane Roche,
    Element Films,
    21 Mespil Road,
    Dublin 4
    e-mail:mail@elementfilms.ie
    Tel: +353 1 6185032
    Fax: +353 1 6643737
    Production designMACLEOD, Zoe
    Genre/CategoryFeature Film Drama
    Theatrical Adaptation

    TitleMYSTICS
    Production companyMR Film Developments
    Murphia Pictures
    SponsorBórd Scánnán na hEireann/Irish Film Board
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerO'SULLIVAN, Mark
    WARREN GREEN, Nigel
    DirectorBLAIR, David
    Script/AdaptationBURROWES, Wesley
    PhotographyGILLIGAN, Donal
    Sound recordingMOORE, Mervyn
    EditingDAY, Mark
    Executive producerRYAN, Michael
    Music composerWARBECK, Stephen
    Songs'Billy Nomates'
    written by T. Lambeth and S. Bradford
    Performed by T. Lambeth, S. Bradford, D. Wingate, S. Cooper and
    L.A. New
    'Dallas'
    written by T. Lambeth
    Performed by T. Lambeth and B. Farrell
    CastMilo O'Shea (Locky), David Kelly (Dave), Maria Doyle Kennedy (Foxy), Liam Cunningham (Sean Foley), Doreen Keogh (Lily), Stanley Townsend (Mickey Mac), Pat Kinevane (Bosco), Eva Birthistle (Samantha), Vincent Walsh (Frankie), Michael Liebmann (Mini Mac), John Kavanagh (Gerry the barman), Ronnie Drew (the voice of Larry), Don Baker (Bagsie), Gavin Kelty (Charlie the taxi), Alan King (Donal), Karl Shiels (Barry), Eoin McCarthy (Conor), Tom Murphy (Denis), Simon Delaney (Feargal), John O'Toole (parish priest), Lynn Cahill (Mrs. Kelly), Ned Dennehy (Mr. Kelly), Robert Hickey (Jason Kelly), Pearl O'Rourke (Sharon Kelly), Pat Ainscough (taxi driver 2), Eileen Colgan (shop super.), Owen O'Gorman (Willie), George Kearns (Owen Mac), Claire Mullan (Julia Mullen), Marie O'Meara, Hank Regan, Maria Long, Eunan McDonald, Keith O'Brien, David O'Brien (Mullens family), Cormac Costello, Paul Diamond (local arms dealers), Olivia Shanley (the voice of Lucy), Kieran Hurley, Niall Walsh, Erin Cordova, Tony Brown (Miami gangsters), Dermot O'Neill, John Menton, Eoin Keating (Bosco's gang), Sheila McMahon, Linda Breen, Ciara King, Susan Goss (Bosco's molls), Sonny (George the Dog)
    LanguageEnglish
    ColourTechnicolor
    SoundDolby Digital
    Format35mm
    Release date2002
    CopyIFA
    IFA (VHS)
    SummaryDave and Locky are two old-timers who once earned their living as part of a theatrical company. Nowadays, they hold 'seances' at their self-styled Temple of the Truth (a room above a Dublin pub), as a means of earning money by pretending to communicate with the dead. When a local gangster known as Big Mac dies, his family, led by his widow, hire Dave and Locky to find out where he had hidden some stolen diamonds. Big Mac really comes through, and he wants the family to pull off a big heist. Another in, Bosco, wants a piece of the action, and a detective, Sean Foley, keeps tabs on proceedings.
    KeywordsHeists
    Robberies
    Jewellery theft
    Mediums
    Psychics
    Gangsters
    Detectives
    Dublin
    Actors
    Families
    LocationDublin City
    Production creditsp.c.: An MR Film Developments/Murphia Pictures Co-Production In association with Bord Scannan na hEireann/The Irish Film Board, p: Mark O'Sullivan, Nigel Warren Green, co-p: Carrie Comerford, Emma Scott, d: David Blair, dop: Donal Gilligan, ed: Mark Day, assoc.p: Michael Wearing, cost: Allison Byrne, cast.: Janey Fothergill, p.dsgn: Anna Rackard, m: Stephen Warbeck, original Story by: Mark O'Sullivan, exec.p: Michael Ryan, co-exec.p.: Gareth Jones, executive for Bord Scannan na H-Eireann/The Irish Film Board: Rod Stoneman, p.m.: Helen Murray, 1st a. d.: Ivan McMahon, 2nd a. d.: Jill Dempsey, 3rd a. d.: Barry Keil, trainee a.: Amanda Webb, p.co-ord.: Ciara McGowan, p.trainee: Patrick O'Neill, MR Films Finance & Sales: exec.: Suzanne McAuley, MR Films Office: Administrator: Mary Sweeney, MR Films runner: Rossa O'Neill, p.accnt.:Tom Maguire, assistant accnt.: Stephen McGillen, trainee accnts: Brenda Walker, post.p. financial controller: Andy Birmingham, p.accnt. (post.p.): Carmel Cassidy, s.mix.: Mervyn Moore, boom op.: Daniel Crowley, s.trainee:Richard Ostroff, sc.super: Louise Gaffney, focus puller: Simon Walsh, clapper loader: Eoin Farrell, c.trainee: Robin Scully, key grip: Luke Quigley, assistant grip: Gerry Quigley, art d.: Susie Cullen, assistant art d.: Carmel Nugent, prop buyer: Keavy Lalor, art dept trainee: Aeveen Fleming, cast a.: Camilla Evans, loc.m.: Maria O'Connor, assistant loc.m.: Miriam Coleman, loc.trainee: David Hall, chief make-up: Margot Wilson, assistant make-up: Audrey Doyle, trainee make-up: Fiona O'Sullivan, chief hair: Eileen Buggy, assistant hair: Elaine O'Sullivan, ward.super: Ann Stokes, assistant ward.: Sandra Hunt, ward. trainee: Anne Cartwright, ward. trainee: Paula Mitten, post-p.supers: Postmatters, Meg Clark, Russ Woolnough, 1st a. ed: Hermione Byrt, super.s.ed.:John Downer, dial.ed.: Sarah Morton, Foley ed: Oliver Tarney, props master: Noel Walsh, dressing props: David Flanagan, standby props trainee: Lyndon Johnston, dressing props trainee: Eoin O'Broin, standby props: Joel Daminiqni, props Daily: Terence Wallace, props driver: Neil Duggan, cnstr.man.: Nicky McManus, super.carpenter: Graham Dowling, chargehand carpenter: Martin Hayes, carpenter: Stuart Crinnion, construction driver: Thomas Arkins, super. painter: Ger Richardson, painter: Gary O'Donnell, stagehand: Paul Arkins, stagehand: Fran Arkins, plasterer: Lez Connolly, standby carpenter: Mick Kearns, standby painter: Bobby Richardson, standby rigger: Eamonn Kelly, gaffer: Niall Mannion, best boy: Brendan Walls, electrician 1: Dermot Coleman, electrician 2: Noel Holland, genny op.: Martin Holland, electrical driver: George O'Dowd, re-rd.mix.: Jan Tapp, Paul Indaimo, Foley rec: Gareth Bull, Sound re.rd.: Anvil post.p., Foley recorded at: Anvil post.p., ADR Recording At:n Ardmore Sound, Ireland: Michelle Cunniffeand, Jean McGrath, De Lane Lea-Peter Gleaves, Anvil post.p.-Ian Tapp, Manta Digital Sound & Picture, Toronto: Jim McBride ADR Voice cast: Louis Elman Amps, Louis Elman and Abigail Barbier, Foley art.: Jason Swanscott, Felicity Cottrell, Music arranged by: Stephen Warbeck, music preparation: Andrew Green, m.super: Caitriona Walsh, music recorded and mixed at: Pulse recording Studios, Dublin, music recorded and mixed by: Brian Masterson, assistant engnr: Fergus Brown Music Services Provided by Irish Film Orchestras, percussion: Lloyd Byrne, violin: Nollaig Casey, flute: Ellen Cranitch, Dobro: Anthony Drennan, Saxophone: Kenneth Edge, Bodhrain: Robbie Harris, Accordian: Rod McVey, trumpet: Dave Martin, Mandolin: Des Moore, guitars: John Parricelli, drums: Ian Thomas, Bass: Steve Watts, 2nd unit assistant d.: Brian 'Joker' Mulvey, 2nd unit c: Damian Elliot, 2nd unit cont.: Mary O'Hagan, 2nd unit s.mix.: Jim Corcoran, Airport extras co-ord.: Celine Friel, extras cast: Backstage cast: Lavina Daly, stills ph: Pat Redmond, Epic Crew: The Courtyard, sp.effs.: Jim Brady, stunt.co-ord. Joe Condren, Stunts :Brendan Condren, Patrick Condren, Ken Doherty, Norman Kelly, Paul Thompson, action vehicle co-ord.: Stephen Carroll, action vehicles: Dave Beakhurst, Animal handlers: Fircroft Kennels, Rita Maloney and Mary Owens, unit nurse: Ruth McMahon, armourer: Theatrical Arms, unit drivers: Willie Kelly, Tony Deegan, Paul Kelly, facilities co-ord.: Alan Crozier, camera truck driver: Derek Patterson, construction driver: Tom Graham, standby props driver: Jimmy McMillan, costume truck driver: Gerry Farrell, make-up truck driver: Graham McGlashin, dining bus driver: Gavin McGlashin, Caravans/4 Ways, Raymond Boyd, caterer: Joe the Chef, In Spain: p.m.: Pablo Cruz, p.co-ord.: Michael Aaron, camera and Lenses supplied by: Panavision Ireland, lighting equipment supplied by: Cinelectric, Cranes: Hazelvard Limited, Giraffe & Hothead: John Murphy, Low loader: Eamonn Kelly, facilities: G & H Film & TV Services, Alan Crozier, telecine:: Telefilm, John Kerr, Laboratory Contract: Keith Bryant, grader: John Stanborough, post.p. facilities: Twickenham Film Studios: The Frame, post.p. equipment Salon, Justin Moyle, Main title dsgn.: Matt Curtis, AP, digital FX, Titles and opticals by: Cineimage, VFX p: Steve Boag, Digital Compositing: Matthew Symonds, Sabine Kertscher, Optical and Title supervision: Martin Bullard, Colour Grading: Charles Green, Optical c: Dave Gurney, Off-Line Auto CoNíorm: Fabienne Arbogast, film laboratory: Technicolor Ltd., film stock: Kodak at Photologic, Dolby s.cnslt.: Alex Hudd, negative cutter: Reel Skill Film Cutting Ltd, Andy Robinson, Eddy Kolkiewicz, post.p. Script services: Sapex Scripts, completion guarantor provided by: international Film Guarantors, Luke Randolph, Insurance provided by: Media Insurance Brokers, John O'Sullivan, legal.adv.: Matheson Ormsby Prentice, James Hickey, Ruth Hunter, UK legal.adv.: DJ Freeman, Tom Marr-Johnson, Financing provided by: Royal Bank of Scotland OLC, Risk manager for Royal Bank of Scotland: Heather Mansfield, Mansfield Associates, Sale & Leaseback Finance provided by: Invicta Capital Ltd, Irish banking services: Anglo Irish Bank Corp. PLC, Paul Pardy & Michael O'Sullivan, costume House, Angels & Bermans, costume supplies:Homans, Rushes courier: Wells Cargo, Shippers: Renown Freight, Mobile Phones: John McKenna, walkie talkies: TV & Film Services, Practical Spark: Hugh Kavanagh, security:Irish Film & TV Location Security Services, Tibor Bajai, Stationery: Celtic Business Systems, An Irish/UK Co-Production. Produced with the support of investment incentives for the Irish Film Industry provided by the Government of Ireland. Filmed on location in Ireland. With special thanks to City of Derry Airport. Collection Account Management by Fintage House. With special thanks to: Dublin City Council, J. Donohue, Dublin Ltd, Kia supplied by Harris Auto. Isuzu supplied by Isuzu Irl. Both members of the Harris Group: Barry McGovern, Laurie Morton, Johnnie Murphy, Maggie Scobie, Shanahan's on the Green, John Shanahan, James Anderson & Cathal Nolan, Ulster Bank, Waterways Irish, Mir Films, Murphia Pictures, Bord Scannan na hEireann/The Irish Film Board, cameras and Lenses Panavision Ireland, Kodak Motion Picture Film, Colour by Technicolor, Dolby Digital in Selected Theatres, Postmatters post.p. Services, Anvil. No animals were harmed in the making of this film. The characters, businesses and events portrayed in this film are entirely fictitious. Any resemblance between them and any actual individuals, businesses or events is coincidental, not intended and should not be iNíerred. C. MR international Film Sales Limited 2002.
    Art directionCULLEN, Susie
    Costume designBYRNE, Allison
    RightsMR International Film Sales Limited 2002
    Production designRACKARD, Anna
    Genre/CategoryFeature Film Drama
    Crime Drama
    Comedy

    TitleRAG DOLL
    Production companyBlakeley's Films
    Country of originGreat Britain
    ProducerBLAKELEY, Tom
    DirectorCOMFORT, Lance
    Script/AdaptationQUINN, Derry
    WILLIAMS, Brock
    PhotographyEMMOTT, Basil
    EditingPITT, Peter
    Music composerSLAVIN, Martin
    CastPatrick Magee (Patrick Flynn)
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourb&w
    SoundRCA Sound System
    Duration67
    Release date1958
    NoteAka YOUNG, WILLING AND EAGER.
    DistributorButcher's Film Service (1958) (UK) (theatrical)
    Manson Distributing Corp. (1960) (USA) (theatrical)
    Joseph Brenner Associates Inc. (1962) (USA) (theatrical)
    Something Weird Video (SWV) (USA) (VHS)
    KeywordsIrish in Britain
    Art directionEARL, John
    Genre/CategoryFeature Film Drama

    TitleSUNSET HEIGHTS
    Production companyNorthland Film Productions Ltd
    Scorpio Productions Ltd
    SponsorBórd Scánnán na hEireann/Irish Film Board
    United Kingdom National Lottery
    Arts Council of Northern Ireland Lottery Fund
    Country of originIreland
    Northern Ireland
    ProducerBRADLEY, Denis
    FIGUERO, Daniel
    KANIASA, Zygi
    DirectorVILLA, Colm
    Script/AdaptationVILLA, Colm
    PhotographyBONNICI, Roger
    Sound recordingSAURIN, Liam
    EditingPAN, Kant
    Executive producerFLYNN, James
    STONEMAN, Rod
    McALLISTER, Michael
    Music composerPERRY, Brendan
    Music performancePERRY, Brendan
    CastToby Stephens (Bradley), Jim Norton (Preacher), James Cosmo (MacDonald), Patrick O'Kane (Friday Knight), Peter Ballance (Rory McCormick), Michael Liebmann (Miller), Joe Rea (Victor Crocket), Emer McCourt (Emer Bradley), B.J. Hogg (Minister), Christian Burgess (hotel manager), Seamus Ball (Mayor Begley), Don Baker (Harry Bonner), Marcella Riordan (Margaret), Brenda Winter (Marcia (cleaner)), Gordon Fulton (Hughes), Hannah Carnegie (Katherine Malloy), Carl McHugh (Stephen Malloy), Dolores McNally (1st woman), Laine Megan (2nd woman), Barry Mullen (Hugo), Stephen Connelly (Jimmy Moore), Paul McLoone (Dingo Green), Sarah Jane Wray (Angela), Michael McLoughlin (Frank McLoughlin), Jon McCourt (Big Willy Kitchen), Brian McGonagle (Billy Clancy), Niall Coyle (Davy Stain), Vivienne Shiels (Tina McLaughlin), Tina O"Hagan (Lesley), Nial Doherty (Poodles), Tom Bradley (Peter Bradley), Ciara Marley (Sarah Bradley), Mark McCollum (hotel clerk)
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    SoundDolby Digital
    Duration86
    Format35mm
    Release date2002
    CopyIFA
    IFA (VHS)
    SummarySet in an imagined Derry city in a violent near future, Luke Bradley becomes caught between two ruling gangs after his son becomes the latest victim of a child murderer. The rival gangs join forces to find the culprit who is tried and brutally executed on an ancient druid site. The uneasy peace is broken when another child goes missing and accusations fly between the gangs. The situation deteriorates when they discover the corpse has disappeared and Bradley has to directly confront violence before he can redeem the city. Set in post-apocalyptic Derry in the near future, Luke Bradley becomes caught between two gangs, the Boilermen and the Westies, after his son becomes the latest victim of a child murderer. The Westies are led by Friday Knight, and includes Rory, Jimmy, and Tina. The rival gangs join forces to find the culprit, a preacher who is tried and brutally executed on an ancient druid site. The uneasy peace is broken when another child goes missing and the gangs accuse each other of the crime. The situation deteriorates when they discover that the corpse has disappeared and and Bradley has to confront the violence before peace can be restored. .
    NoteThe Irish Film Archive holds rushes for this film on VHS. Screened at the 10th Galway Film Fleadh, 7-12 July 1998.
    KeywordsTroubles
    Future, The
    Cities
    Gang warfare
    Infanticide
    Druids
    Derry
    Violence
    LocationDonegal
    Derry
    Production creditsp.c.: Produced with the assistance of Bord Scannan na hEireann/ Irish Film Board. Supported by The united Kingdom National Lottery through the Arts Council of Northern Ireland Lottery Fund. Northland Film Productions Ltd. and Scorpio Productions Ltd., p: Denis Bradley, Daniel Figuero, Zygi Kaniasa, d/sc: Colm Villa, music composed and perf by: Brendan Perry, cost: Jany Temime, p.dsgn.: Ian Watson, film ed: Kant Pan, dop: Roger Bonnici, assoc.p.: Brian Cannon, exec.p.: James Flynn, line p: Ed Harper, exec.p. for Bord Scannan na hEireann/Irish Film Board: Rod Stoneman, exec.p. for Glensham Films Ltd.: Michael McAllister, co-p. for Metropolitan Films: Juanita Wilson, 1st a.d.: Stephen Maloney, 2nd a.d.: Mark ward, p.co-ord.: Lesley Keane, p.accnt.:Jill Bennet, a.p.accnt.:Ann Shields, accnts a.: Paul Lavery, Michael Hunt: art d.: Stephen Prendergast, production buyer: Malcolm Rougvie, standby props: Jerome McDonnell, Gareth McBeaty, focus: Conor Hammond, clapper loader: Andy Bradford, grip: Richard Egan, 2nd grip: Eddie Loveridge, sc.super: Paula Malroe, s: Liam Saurin, boom op.: Oliver Clince, chief make-up: Kymberley Piers Marlow, Head prosthetics: Stephen Murphy, a.make-up: Siobhan Power, a.make-up: Roisin Derane, ward.super: Marcella Kallenburg, ward.a. : Marisa Grandi, Freddie Kirk, loc.m.: Elizabeth McKiernan, Muirinn Lane Keily, 3rd a.d.: Lisa McLaughlin, unit nurse: Kathleen McLaughlin, director's a.: Andrea Kuhn, production runner: J.C. Bonar, gaffer: Micky Reeves, best boy: Alan Wilson, elec: Robin Brigham, Brian Miller, genny op.: Kevin Gardner, standby carpenter: Graham Walters, standby rigger: Aiden Griffen, carpenters: Pat Doherty, Ciaran Moyne, sp.effs. super: Ken Kailey, sp.effs. tech: Casper Lailey, Byron Leversuch, Alistair Vardy, stunt.co-ord. Phillipe Zone, stunt.a.: Eamon Kelly, armourer: Charles Bodycomb, armourer's a.: Sonia Garcia, 1st a. film ed: Paul Swimburne, 2nd a. film ed: Marianne Jenkins, s.effs. ed: Jeremy Child, dial.ed.: Laura Lovejoy, a. voice-over writing: Marc Smith, footstep arttistes: Stan Fiferman, Roy Baker, transport captain: Brian McFadden, facilities co-ord.: Peter Ray, unit drivers: Gerry Gallagher, Michael McDaid, Packie McGonagle, Paddy McDaid, facilities drivers: Ray Hirsh, Steve Bruce, Gerry McElroy, Gerry Doherty, stills ph: Pat Redmond, publicity: Vicki Laya, Corbett & Keene, Northern Ireland Film Commission trainees: Lisa Cerville, Catherine Curley, John Galvin, Judith Hoben, Marie Conlon, Gerald Vance. 2nd unit: d: Brian Cannon, light.c./op.: Paddy Stevenson, focus: Keith Durham, Conor Kelly, clapper loaders: Eric Greenberg, Declan King, catering: Clove Catering, electrical equipment supplied by: AFM Lighting, camera equipment: camera associates, Camera Rentals Ireland, Sound Equipment, Richmond Film Services, Guns supplied by: Bapty and Co., courier services: City Air Express, Air Flights: Des McLaughlin Travel Ltd. originated on: Fuji Photo Film (Ireland), Colour & prints by: Rank Film Labratories Ltd., lab contact: Clive Noakes, neg cutting: Tru-Cut, completion guarantor provided by: Film Guarantors Inc., World Revenues collected and distributed by Mees Pierson Royalty Management and Collection B.V., legal Services provided by: Paul White & John, Given of A&L, Goodbody Solicitors, Dublin, insurance service: Aegis Insurance, Financial Services provided by: Mary Leonard of KPMG, Corporate Finance, Dublin., financial cnslt: Andrew Lowe, banking services: Bank of Ireland, editing facilities: Anvil post.p., post.p.s.: Anvil post.p., s.ed.. equip supplied by: John Downer, re-rd.mix.: Alan Smelling, telecine transfers: Arion Communications Ltd., titles & opticals by: General Screen Enterprises, music produced & engineered by: Brendan Perry at Quivvy Church, Brendan Perry Appears Courtesy of: 4 a.d. Limited, Music copyright: 1998 Beggars Banquet Music Ltd./Momentum Music Ltd. Produced with the support of Investment Incentives for the Irish Film Industry provided by the Government of Ireland. Developed with the support of the European Script Fund. An initiative of the media programme of the European Union. This project is supported by the EU Programme for Peace & Reconciliation administered by Co-operation North. Produced in association with Glenshane Films Ltd. and Sunset Heights Ltd. The Producers wish to thank the people of Co. Donegal and Derry, Derry City Council, Gardai Siochaine, R.U.C., The Strand Hotel, Ballyliffin, Les Kelly of Bord Scannan na hEireann/ Irish Film Board, Damien McParland of Elliot Duffy Garret, Gina McIntyre of Co-operation North, Tanya Greenfield of the Arts Council of Northern Ireland Film Commission, Chris Bailey B.C.C., Phil Hughes and Nick Mahon of the European Script Fund, John and Ross Hubbard, Lisa-Ann Wilson, Mark Devene, Hilary Hannah, Mary Wilson Claire, Aoise and Oliver. Filmed entirely on location in Donegal and Derry. The characters and incidents portrayed and the names used herein are ficticious and any similarity to any name or incident or the character or biography of any person is purely coincidental and unintentional. No animal was harmed or mistreated during the making of this film. Copyright Northland Film Productions Ltd. and Scorpio Productions Ltd. 1998 all rights reserved.
    Art directionPRENDERGAST, Stephen
    Costume designTERMIME, Jany
    RightsNorthland Films
    Tel: +44 1504 267616
    Fax: +44 1504 363654

    Jane Balfour: UK phone 171 267 5392 fax: 0044 171 267 4241
    Production designWATSON, Ian
    Genre/CategoryFeature Film Drama
    Political Thriller
    Allegory

    TitleINTERMISSION
    Production companyBrown Sauce Film Productions
    Company of Wolves
    Parallel Film Productions Ltd.
    Portman Film
    SponsorBórd Scánnán na hEireann/Irish Film Board
    UK Film Council
    Country of originIreland
    Great Britain
    ProducerJORDAN, Neil
    MOLONEY, Alan
    WOOLLEY, Stephen
    DirectorCROWLEY, John
    Script/AdaptationO'ROWE, Mark
    PhotographyLENCZEWSKI, Ryszard
    Sound recordingDEASY, Brendan
    ALBAN, Tom
    EditingZUCHETTI, Lucia
    Executive producerSEHRING, Jonathan
    STONEMAN, Rod
    TRIJBITS, Paul
    WHALLEY, Tristan
    Associate producerERRAUGHT, John
    MULLEN, Susan
    TURNER, Romany
    Music composerMURPHY, John
    CastColin Farrell (Lehiff), Kerry Condon (café waitress), Johnny Thompson (old man in café), Emma Bolger (child with ice cream), Deirdre Molloy (woman in shopping Mall), Cillian Murphy (John), Brian F. O'Byrne (Mick), Derry Power (elderly man on bus), David Wilmot (Oscar), Owen Roe (Mr. Henderson), Neilí Conroy (Helen), Kelly MacDonald (Deirdre), John Rogan (Alfred), Tom Farrelly (George), Gerry Moore (Seamus Ruane), Colm Meaney (Jerry Lynch), Deirdre O'Kane (Noeleen), Michael McElhatton (Sam), Ger Ryan (Maura), Mikel Murfi (rabbit man), Tomas O'Suilleabhain (Ben Campion), Pat Laffan (Charlie O'Brien), Rory Keenan (Anthony Lowry), Darragh Kelly (Thomas Downes), Shirley Henderson (Sally), Hannah McCabe (store assistant), Donagh Deeney (Danny the Busman), Taylor Molloy (Philip (the boy)), Barbara Bergin (Karen), Tom Jordasn Murphy (Brian - video store manager), Conor Lovett (Mr. Leonard), Conleth Hill (Robert), Pascal Scott (Maurice), Norma Sheahan (student #1), Cathy Belton (student #2), Jeremy Anthony Earls (student #3), Catherine Farrell (student #4), Laurence Kinlan (drug dealer), Patrick Murray (drug customer), Conor McDermottroe (detective #1), Denis Conway (detective #2), Jeff O'Toole (Thomas), Conor Lambert (nightclub barman), Simon Delaney (Bill), Ruth McCabe (Celia), Jane Brennan (Mrs. Rooney), David Herlihy (Tony, security guard), Michael Hayes (Garda officer), Stewart Donnan (Cathal), Karl Shiels (Wayne).
    Colourcol
    SoundDolby Digital
    Duration105
    Format35mm
    Super 16
    Release date2003
    CopyIFA
    SummaryDublin suburbs, the present. John stacks supermarket shelves with his friend Oscar. He is recently split up from his girlfriend Deirdre, who has since begun seeing Sam, a bank manager. Sam's abandoned wife Noleen begins a relationship with Oscar. Initially excited by her violent approach to sex, Oscar soon decides she is too dangerous for him. Deirdre;'s tacticturn sister Sally is suffering the aftermath of an abusive relationship. She acts heroically when a bus she was traveling on crashes. The driver is John's friend Mick. Only he knows the crash was caused by a young hooligan throwing a brick through the window. In a pub Mick runs into petty thief Lehiff, who ropes him and John into a scheme to rob Sam's bank. Disguised, the trio break into Sam and Deirdre's house and hold Deirdre hostage. John and Mick take Sam off to get the money. John is keen to make Sam suffer, but when he realises how violent Lehiff can be he regrets his involvement. When Noleen turns up at the bank and assaults Sam, John and Mick flee. When John realises Lehiff has hit Deirdre, he attacks him. Lehiff flees. Detective Gerry Lynch, a gruff loner about whom television reporter Ben is making a documentary, has a long-running feud with Lehiff. Spotting the criminal's car, Lynch drives after him. They end up in the countryside. With Ben filming, Lynch lays down his weapon and prepares to have a fist fight with Lehiff. But the criminal has a gun and shoots the detective. Mick, meanwhile, has a car accident chasing the young vandals who threw the rock at the bus and is perched over the edge of a canal. The hooligan pushes the car into the water. All ends happily. Oscar strikes up a relationship with Sally. Mick's legs have been broken, but he's the wheelchair champion at the local pub. Lynch has recovered from the shooting (Ben intervened to save him). John and Deirdre get back together.
    ReferenceIrish Times (The Ticket), 21/8/03:2-3, ‘Tough Guys: That's a Wrap’, profile of director John Crowley who talks about directing his first feature Intermission (Michael Dwyer).

    Sunday Business Post (Agenda), 24/8/03, ‘Superb casting in lively Intermission’, positive review of Intermission (Helen Boylan).

    Sunday Tribune (Art Life), 24/8/03: 2, 'Intermission': Irish Filmscene's Big Break', a look at John Crowley's and Mark O'Rowe's background in theatre influences 'Intermission' (Ciaran Carty).

    Irish Times (The Ticket), 28/8/03:8, ‘Black Stuff is Pure Genius’, positive review of Intermission (Michael Dwyer).

    Sunday Independent (Living and Leisure), 31/8/03:16, ‘Tallaght boy more than suburban cipher’, Mark O'Rowe talks about writing the screenplay for Intermission (Ciara Dwyer).

    Sunday Tribune (Art Life), 31/8/03:7, ‘'Intermission' never lets up’, positive review of Intermission (Ciaran Carty).

    Irish Times, 11/10/03:8, ‘'Intermission' gets 11 film award nominations’, Intermission receives 11 Irish Film and Television Awards nominations (Michael Dwyer).

    Irish Times (The Ticket), 16/10/03:9, ‘Reel News: 'Intermission' director takes UIP prize’, John Crowley wins best director award at the annual UIP Awards for his feature debut Intermission (Michael Dwyer).

    Sunday Tribune (Magazine), 19/10/03:35, ‘Off Cue’, Intermission wins rave review in the Hollywood Reporter.

    Sunday Tribune (Magazine), 26/10/03:37, ‘Off Cue’,John Crowley's 'Intermission' obvious winner of UIP's best feature director award worth 20,000 euro (Ciaran Carty).

    The Guardian (Friday Review), 28/11/03, negative review of Intermission; 'Boorish and conceited ensemble comedy'.

    Sunday Tribune (Magazine), 30/11/03:5, ‘Photograph of Colin Farrell at the UK premiere of 'Intermission'’.

    Sunday Business Post (Agenda), 21/12/03:2, ‘40 under 40’, short piece detailing why Mark O'Rowe is one of a group of successful Irish under 40s to watch out for in the future (Simon Carswell).

    Film Ireland, Issue 94, Sept/Oct 2003:34 (Mauren Buggy).

    Irish Times (Weekend), 21/9/02:5, ‘Intermission is the full picture’, Louise East pays a visit to the set of Intermission (Louise East).

    Sunday Tribune, 8/9/02:5, ‘Love is all around on film set in Finglas’, Helen Murray visits the set of Intermission and talks to extra Michael Becker (Helen Murray).

    In Production, October 2003 Volume 6 Number 5:19, ‘Box Office Figures for Irish and Irish Interest films from 1999 to 2003 (to date)’.
    DistributorBuena Vista International (2003) (Ireland) (theatrical) Buena Vista International (2003) (UK) (theatrical) A-Film Distribution (Netherlands) Alpha Filmes Ltda. (2004) (Brazil) (DVD) Alpha Filmes Ltda. (2004) (Brazil) (VHS) Ascot Elite Entertainment Group (2005) (Switzerland) (DVD) At Entertainment Inc. (2005) (Japan) (theatrical) DreamWorks Distribution LLC Ekaterinburg Art (EA) (Russia) FF Film & Music (2003) (Hungary) (all media) Golem Distribución S.L. (Spain) Hoyts Distribution (2004) (Australia) (theatrical) IFC Films (2004) (USA) (theatrical) Mikado (2004) (Italy) (theatrical) Paradiso Home Entertainment (2005) (Netherlands) (theatrical) Rosebud (2004) (Greece) (theatrical) Scanbox Sweden (2004) (Sweden) (theatrical)
    KeywordsCrime
    Youth
    Bank robbery
    Holligans
    Bus drivers
    Supermarkets
    Relationships
    Violence
    Sex
    Detectives
    Filmmakers
    Dublin
    2000s
    Working Class Communities
    Production creditsp.c.: Brown Sauce Film Productions, Company of Wolves, Parallel Film Productions Ltd., Portman Film, spon: Bórd Scannán na hÉireann, UK Film Council, p: Neil Jordan, Alan Moloney, Stephen Woolley, exec.p.: Jonathan Sehring, Rod Stoneman, Paul Trijbits, Tristan Whalley, assoc.p: John Erraught, Susan Mullen, Romany Turner, line.p: Des Martin, d: John Crowley, sc: Mark O'Rowe, dop: Ryszard Lenczewski, ed: Lucia Zucchetti, a.ed: Pani Ahmadi-Moore, Clint Withington, online ed: Simon Brook, m: John Murphy, s.: Brendan Deasy, p.dsgn.: Tom Conroy, art d.: Susie Cullen, a.art d.: Barbara Dempsey, cost: Lorna Marie Mugan, cast: Jina Jay, make-up: Lynn Johnson, a.make-up: Barbara Conway, hair: Lorraine Glynn, Conor McAllister, ward: super: Judith Devlin, line p.m.: Des Martin, post-p.super: Caroline McManus. a.d.: Tony Aherne, Suzanne Nicell, Susan Drennan, 2nd unit.d.: Patrick Condren, trainee.a.d.: John Wallace, dress.props: Maximilian Aita, stagehand: Anthony Arkins, David Chambers, carpenter: Paschal Farrell, Austin Connolly, Matt Kirwan, Bryan O'Flaherty, Liam O'Riain, Jim Moore, dress.props: Alan Dunne, Gerard Lanigan, Darragh Lewis, Michael Flood, Emma Hunt, Carmel O'Connor, painter: Darren Keenan, Alan Scott, Sean Scott, Alan Siggins, dub.mix: Tim Alban, s.ed.: Antonia Bates, Alex Joseph, super.s.ed.: Paul Davies, s.re-rd.mix: Richard Davey, ADR rec: Dave Sloss, Paul Lynch, ADR mix: Colette Dahanne, ADR voice cast: Brendan Donnison, score rec: Daniel L. Griffiths, score mix: Doug Trantow, score.p: Daniel L. Griffiths, m.super: Abi Leland, s.effs.ed.: Christian Koefoed, s.trainee: Ian Johns, boom op: Eddie Quinn, visual effs: Julia Blake, Simon Burley, Avishay Sweiry, Howard Watkins, stunt.co-ord: Patrick Condren, Joe Condren, stunts: Paul Burke, Anthony Condren, Brendan Condren, Paddy Condren, p.a.: Mariangela Angelucci, Sarah Jordan, Cian McDonald, p.co-ord.: Cliodhna Colgan,post-p.a.: Alice Greenland, a.p.co-ord.: Dorothy McDonnell, p.accnt: Karen McSwiney, Sophie Tebbit, sc.super: Renee Foley Burke, c.op (2nd unit): Ronan Fox, clapper loader: Fionn Comerford, focus puller: Richie Donnelly, grip: Luke Quigley, loc.m.: Ger Daly, stills: Tom Collins, a.loc.m.: Basfi Hope-Ross, Michael Swan, dial coach: Majella Hurley, armourer: John McKenna, sp.effs: Team FX Ltd. facilities: Cine Electric Ltd. Lighting Equipment, EMI Records, Lip Sync Post digital transfer to 35 mm: Professional Negative Cutting Ltd., negative cutting: Screenscene post-production, St. Anne's Post Production, The Offline Editing Company post-production: Videolondon Sound Studios, ADR Facilities.
    Art directionCULLEN, Susie
    Costume designMUGAN, Lorna Marie
    RightsParallel Films
    Tel +353 1 671 8555, Fax +353 1 671 8242
    parallelfilms@eircom.net

    Company of Wolves
    Tel +44 207 344 8090, Fax +44 207 344 8091 cofwolves@aol.com
    Production designCONROY, Tom
    Genre/CategoryFeature Film Drama
    Comedy Thriller

    TitleNOUS ETIONS TOUS DES NOMS D'ARBRES
    WRITING ON THE WALL, THE
    Production companyTricontinental Productions (Paris)
    Derives RTBF (Brussels)
    SponsorAGITT (Derry)
    Country of originFrance
    Belgium
    ProducerHocquard, Jean-Jacques
    Leclerc, Francois
    Cavanagh, Colm
    Gouvemeur, Jacques
    Martin, Gerard
    Minon, Marc
    DirectorGATTI, Armand
    Script/AdaptationGATTI, Armand
    VIELLEVOYE, Janine
    PhotographyMARCO, Armand
    BURGESS, Ned
    DARDENNE, Jean Pierre
    GATTI, Stephane
    Sound recordingONION, Bernard
    DURET, Jean Pierre
    EditingVAN MALDERGHEM, Olivier
    LANGE, Veronique
    DELVAUX, Daniele
    Music composerHEMON-TAMIE, Philippe
    Music performanceDemons, The
    CastCommunity Workshop - John Deehan (John Paul), Brendan 'Archie' Deeney (Sean, the boxer), Paddy Doherty (Seamus Doherty), Nigel Haggan (Matt), John Keegan (Eamon), Neil McCaul (Neil), Noel McCloskey (Noel, the deaf person), Mary McMenamin (Sandra), Raymond McMonagle (Wesley, known as 'Cha'), Mickey Mooney (Joe), Mary Murphy (Sheela McGuinness), Arthe Nelson (Maeve), Noel O'Brien (Noodles), Mary Ryan (Aoifa), John Shiels (Kenneth), Thomas Stawbridge (Knicknitt), Noel Tiemey (Hugh), themselves - Thomas Barbour, Jean Anderson, Andy Bliss, Harry Campbell, Paddy Canning, Paul Canning, Dermot Curley, Gerry Coyle, Paula Curran, John Curran, Bridie Deery, Michael Crumlish, Doreen Doherty, Laurena Deery, John Doherty, Gerry Doherty, Peter 'Budgie' Donnelly, Jackie Donnell, Kevin Duffy, Declan Duffy, Brendan Dunn, Kathleen Fahy, Paul Ferry, Margaret Gallagher, Una Green, Declan Hervy, Margaret Holmes, Mickey Kelly, Pauline Lishman, Paddy McClenaghan, James McCorgan, Brian 'Doc' McCloskey, Harry McElhinney, Paul 'Mackles' McEleney, Angela McElwee, Helen McLaughlin, James McLaughlin, Paul McQuaide, Jimmy Nasch, Frankie Nelis, Peter Nicholas, Donna O'Donnell, Eddie O'Hagan, Edward O'Hagan, Frankie O'Kane, Marie O'Reilly, Agnes Quigley, Kevin Smyth, Joe Starrett, Liam Stewart, Simone Street, Paul Ward, Tommy Wheelan, Paddy 'the Kid' Wilson, the people of Derry - Joe Coyle (Mr Cavanagh), Raymond Davy (darts player), Don Doherty (Reverend Simpson), Aine Downey (Mrs Jameson), Terry Francis (Mr Tully, father), May Friel (Mrs Everleigh), Robert Jackson (Bedeau), Deborah McBride (Deborah Lafferty), Noel McBride (Mr Lafferty), Thomas McDiarmada (Mr Tully, grandfather), Camiel McFadden (Miss Everleigh), Denis Ivan Mclvor (shirt-factory director), Barney Mullan (Charlie Hobson), Francis Street (Mrs dark), Herbey Street (Mr dark), Joe Sweeney (bookmaker), Kathleen Tiemey (Mrs Doherty), John Davidson, Ernie Green, Joe McGilloway, Danny O'Donnell (divers), Michael Bell, John Colton, Gerry McMenamin, Paul McMenamin, Peter Vail (the Demons, group), Colmcille Pipe Band, the anti-terrorists - Joseph B Long (MacGregor), Desmond McAleer (Major Bond), Daniel Campbell, Sean Canning, Nadine Ceuleers, Harry Cleven, Karol Cherier, Patrick Dechesne, Michel Decoene, Kieran Doherty, Catherine Galetic, Robert Germay, Agnes Lejeune, Maurice Leclerc, Eddy Luyckx, John McGettigan, Charles McGilloway, Georges Macsai, Henri Monin, Frank O'Donnel, Fabienne Renard, Mane-Rose Roland, Andre Ruwet, Joseph Ruwet, Jacky Sapart, Jacques Sapiega, Hughes Serve, Stewart Stephen.
    LanguageEnglish
    ColourFujicolor
    Soundsound
    Duration114
    Footage4122
    Format16mm
    Release date1982
    SummaryIn Derry, Northern Ireland, narrator Seamus Doherty, who runs the Community Workshop, introduces Irish-American Eamon Kelly as he goes to meet Maeve and Hugh from the Catholic Creggan, Cha from the Protestant Waterside, and Noel, an Irish language activist who communicates through sign language. Across the road from the Workshop, an anti-terrorist surveillance and information-gathering centre is located. While members of the Workshop are on an outing to retrieve a cannon from a ship wrecked during the Spanish Armada of 1588, sectarianism between the two traditions surfaces. At the Workshop, Doherty invites journalists to observe a meeting which is discussing the death of a British soldier, Edward Hopson, who was killed on Lawrence Hill in 1979 while trying to save a woman and her child trapped in a fire. As the Workshop debate on violence and politics ends in shouting and acrimony, reality begins to intrude with Maeve and Hugh discussing the movement of explosives, and a revolver is hidden in the cannon. In the Workshop, attempts are made to represent opposing points of view. Bogsiders take the viewpoint of the dead soldier, while Protestants try to understand the IRA. John Paul, who plays the coroner, is kidnapping as he will decide in which cemetery the victim will be buried. Other Workshop members, including Aoifa, who is of Ireland background but was brought up in England and speaks with an English accent, begin to explore the history of Deny through visiting a shirt factory. One of the factory's employees is Mrs Doherty, whose son, Martin, is in jail for terrorist offences. John Paul, in his role as the coroner, is kidnapped by the 'IRA', but he falls through a trapdoor and is injured. One of the Workshop members tries to ridicule the surveillance when he inscribes Major Bond's name on his forward, indicating they know that Bond is in charge of the centre. At the Workshop, the alarm is triggered, and this provides the excuse for the soldiers to invade the building and arrest some of the members. However, the ingredients for the fertiliser bomb are removed before they arrive and while the funeral of the sixth hunger striker takes place. The misspelling of Maeve as 'Mave' in a spray-painted birthday greeting leads Bond and his assistant MacGregor to speculate that Mave may be the Protestant original of Maeve and that it may not be a political message. The surveillance team led by McGregor investigate the events and get a printout on Maeve Tully and her family. At the Workshop, the police speculate that the whole story may have started with humour when they translate Irish language slogans. Edward Hopson's father, Charlie, and Charlie's daughter, Gloria, arrive at the Workshop and fmd common ground with the members when he reveals that his son joined the army because of unemployment, a parallel, he is told, with Deny, as the dead all come from the poorer districts of the city. Addressing the Workshop, Charlie tells them that he feels as if he is facing the people who shot his son. Charlie and Gloria also go to the surveillance centre. MacGregor sees Maeve on the surveillance cameras throw the missing gun from Craigavon Bridge. The surveillance me team follow Seamus Doherty to a 'Celtic' fort, where Cuchulain looked out over the nine counties of Ulster. He tells Bond that it is 2,400 years old and that for 800 years Bond's people had failed to understand the Irish. Bond tells his aides to give a message to MacGregor. For the English, 'everything is serious, nothing is tragic'; for the Irish, 'nothing is serious, everything is tragic'. Two of the boys take the explosives into the countryside, but it blows up and kills them. Meanwhile, as Noel spray-paints a slogan about Queen Maeve on the old Deny walls, he is shot when he fails to hear an English soldier's command to stop. Another boy escapes to a church as soldiers pursue him. In a cemetery, mourners line up before a grave as the narrator laments for the young. (V).
    ReferenceBoussinot 1989:686; MFB 1983:31.
    DistributorOther Cinema, The (GB)
    KeywordsTroubles
    Sectarianism
    LocationDerry
    Production creditsp.c: Tricontinental Productions (Paris)/Derives RTBF (Brussells). In association with AGITT, Derry, p: Jean-Jacques Hocquard, Francois Leclerc, Colm Cavanagh, Jacques Gouvemeur, Gerard Martin, Marc Minon, with the participation of d'Aaton, Les Voyelles, d/sc: Armand Gatti, script: Janine Vieillevoye, c: Armand Marco, Ned Burgess, Jean-Pierre Dardenne, Stephane Gatti, c. op: Andre Peterka, Ovide Le Cuivre, video: Henri Sariet, a.d: Luc Dardenne, Helene Chatelain, Joseph B Long, p.m: Georges Riga, Veronique de Bellefroid, Brigitte Lardinois, Michel Motu, Michel Seonnet, ed: Olivier Van Malderghem, Veronique Lange, Daniele Delvaux, m: Philippe Hemon-Tamie, The Demons, s: Bernard Onion, Jean-Pierre Duret, set dec: Pierre-Henri Magnin, Raphael Gattegno, Clarisse Gatti, Catherine Renson, Rouben Ter-Minn, lighting: Gerard Raynal, Daniel Amphoux, Pierre Vallaire, post-sync: Jacques Ruisseau, s. mix: Antoine BoNíanti, SIS, translation: Long, p. secretary: Sylvie Balloy, titles: Teletitres, sub-titles: Cinetitres, GB distr: The Other Cinema.
    Production designMAGNIN, Pierre Henri
    GATTEGNO, Raphael
    GATTI, Clarisse
    RENSON, Catherine
    TER-MINASSION, Rouben
    Genre/CategoryFeature Film Drama
    Political Drama

    Series/Newsreel titleRIORDANS, THE
    Production companyRadio Telefís Éireann/RTE
    Country of originIreland
    DirectorFITZSIMON, Christopher
    RICHARDS, Sheelah
    FRIEL, Deirdre
    BARRY, Tony
    MacLOCHLAINN, Brian
    LENTIN, Louis
    Script/AdaptationDOUGLAS, James
    BURROWES, Wesley
    O'DONNELL, Joe
    CARNEY, Frank
    MOLLOY, M.J.
    McCABE, Eugene
    SWIFT, Carolyn
    VALE, Adrian
    HANLY, David
    POWER, Derry
    COFFEY, Thomas
    GALLIVAN, G.P.
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    Duration60
    Production date1965
    TX channelRTE
    TX date04/01/1965
    SummaryNew Series. From the original drama series by James Douglas
    NoteSeries ran from 1965 to 1979.
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    Set designSelf, Charles
    MusicChieftains, The
    OtherBurrowes, Wesley (series editor); Farmer, Donall (series producer); Kissane, Kieran (agricultural advisor)
    Genre/CategoryTV Drama Series

    TitleFAR AND AWAY
    Production companyImagine Films Entertainment
    Universal Pictures Co
    Country of originUSA
    ProducerGLAZER, Brian
    HOWARD, Ron
    DirectorHOWARD, Ron
    Script/AdaptationDOLMAN, Bob
    HOWARD, Ron
    PhotographySALOMON, Mikael
    Sound recordingSHARROCK, Ivan
    MURPHY, Shawn
    EditingSTEIN, Howie
    Executive producerHALLOWELL, Todd
    Associate producerVELIS, Louisa
    Music composerWILLIAMS, John
    Songs'Book of Days' by Enya, Roma Ryan, perf. by Enya.
    CastTom Cruise (Joseph Donelly), Nicole Kidman (Shannon Christie), Thomas Gibson (Stephen), Robert Prosky (Daniel Christie), Barbara Babcock (Nora Christie), Cyril Cusack (Danty Duff), Eileen Pollock (Molly Kay), Colm Meaney (Kelly), Douglas Gillison (Dermody), Michelle Johnson (Grace), Wayne Grace (Bourke), Niall Toibin (Joe Donelly), Barry McGovem (McGuire), Gary Lee Davis (Gordon), Jared Harris (Paddy), Steven O'Donnell (Colm), Peadar Lamb (farmer). Mark Mulholland, P J Brady (peasants), Wesley Murphy (landlord). Jimmy Keogh (priest), J G Devlin, Gerry Walsh (gers), Brendan Cauldwell (tavern keeper), Derry Power (Peter), Noel O'Donovan (Matthew), Macdara 0 Fatharta (John), Eileen Colgan, Kate Flynn, Joan O'Hara (ladies), Frankie McCafferty (map vendor). Pat Kinevane (Irish vendor), Donnacha Crowley (flag vendor), Todd Hallowell, Kenneth McCluskey (thugs), Brendan Ellis (rebel leader), Clint Howard (Flynn), Jeffrey Andrews (Coniff), Judith Mclntyre (Glenna), Rynagh O'Grady (Olive), Martin Ewen (lamplighter), Brendan Gleeson (social club policeman), Frank Coughlan (doctor), Hoke Howell (crew boss), Arnold Kuenning (old man), Rocco Sisto, Michael Ruud (immigrants), DonRe Sampson (railworker), Harry Webster (derelict). Mark Wheeler (officer). Ranee Howard (Tomlin), William Preston (blacksmith), Pauline McLynn, Joanne McAteer, Elizabeth Kemler, Cara Wilder, Aedin Moloney (prostitutes), Helen Montague (piano player prostitute), John-Clay Scott, Clay Lilley, Cole McKay, James Jude Courtney, Jeff Ramsey, Anthony DeLongis (boxers), Carl N Ciarfalio (Italian boxer), Tim Monich (bigoted man), Alecia LaRue (Boston maid), lan Elliot (Turner), Bobby Huber (social club thug), Julie Donatt, Louisa Marie (social club women), Brian Munn (henchman). Bob Dolman (Honest Bob), Phillip V Caruso (I M Malone), Tom Lucy (immigration policeman).
    LanguageEnglish
    ColourDe Luxe Color
    SoundDolby Stereo
    Duration140
    Footage12598
    Format70mm
    35mm
    Panavision Super
    Release date1992
    SummaryIn the west of Ireland in 1892 farmer Joe Donelly is fatally injured during an anti-landlord protest. After being brought home, he says goodbye to his sons, including the youngest, Joseph. During the funeral, Stephen, the agent for landlord Daniel Christie, arrives demanding rent arrears. After the Donelly home is burnt down, Joseph takes a gun from Duff and goes in pursuit of Christie. At the Christies', Joseph's hiding place in the stables is discovered by his daughter Shannon and she wounds him with a pitchfork. As Joseph attempts to fire on Christie, the gun explodes. Shannon attends to Joseph's wounds and soon he is in conflict with Stephen, who manages the estate and is Shannon's suitor. When Joseph challenges Stephen to a duel. Shannon intervenes and takes Joseph away in a horse and trap. She tells him that she is running away to America and wants him to be her servant. Under protest, Joseph goes along with the suggestion. Upon their arrival in Boston, Shannon's valuables are stolen by McGuire, whom she thought was a gentleman, and she is forced to work in a factory plucking chickens. They can only afford a single room together in a brothel and she has to rely on Joseph's protection. Shannon pretends she is his sister, though the prostitutes laugh at the suggestion. Joseph demonstrates his prowess as a prizefighter and distinguishes himself in a club run by Kelly. After the Christies' home is burned down as part of anti-landlord activities in Ireland, the Christies decide to follow Shannon and travel to the USA with Stephen. Quitting her job at the factory, Shannon gets work in the chorus line at the club where Joseph protects her from Bourke, who then gets Joseph a fight against a heavyweight Italian boxer. After Joseph is severely beaten by the Italian, they are penniless and are forced from their lodgings. They break into a house to shelter from the winter weather and realise they are in love. The owner of the house appears and fires at them, wounding Shannon. Knowing that the Christies have arrived in Boston, Joseph reluctantly brings Shannon to Stephen. Joseph heads west, where eight months later he is working on building a railway. He decides to join a wagon train going to a land rush in Oklahoma. In Oklahoma, Joseph meets the Christies and Stephen who are also planning to take part in the land rush. At the Cherokee Strip Land Race (16/9/1893) hundreds of people rush for land, including Joseph, Shannon and Stephen. Joseph and Shannon, who by now has abandoned Stephen, beat him to a favoured piece of land. Joseph and Shannon raise the flag on the land where they will make their home together. (V).
    Note(35mm) 15,680 ft, 140 mins. World premiere 18/5/1992 (Cannes Film Festival); GB Rel 30/7/1992; IR Rel 31/7/1992.
    ReferenceDolman and Howard 1992; IT 16/5/1992:W5; IT 19/5/1992:8; Observer
    2/8/1992:48; Rockett 1994:186-7, 191; S&S Aug 1992:52-53, review (Philip Strick).

    Irish Times, 27/9/91, ’Romantic comedy comes to Ireland’, interviews with producer Brian Grazer and Bob Dolman, writer of the film Far and Away (Michael Dwyer).

    Irish Times, 10/4/92, ‘Reel News: From Cavan to Cannes’, film Far and Away to close Cannes, and note of its premiere in Ireland (Michael Dwyer).

    Irish Times, 16/4/91:2, ‘Dingle awaits boom from Cruise film’, local expectations due to filming Far and Away in Kerry (Dick Hogan).

    Irish Times, 19/5/92:8, ’Cruising through luscious landscapes.’, post-Cannes review of Far and Away (Michael Dwyer).

    ‘Far and Away Irish premiere’, 31/7/92 (publication undetermined), publicity and agenda for Far and Away Irish premiere, hosted by the Irish Film Institute.

    ‘Far and Away Gala Irish Premiere’, premiere brochure for Far and Away giving background, short cast and filmmakers biographies, full cast and crew lists. Held at the Tiernan MacBride Library of the Irish Film Institute of Ireland.

    Irish Times, 31/7/92, ‘History as a pleasure Cruise’, review (Michael Dwyer).

    Irish Times, 28/5/99:2, ‘Victorian Carriage Tours Give Derry View’, short piece on pony and trap rides organised by Charabanc Tours, Derry. One of the horses was ridden by Tom Cruise in Far and Away (Patti Holly).

    Hollywood Migrane, 2000:199-201, ‘Blarney’, extract from a section of the book dealing with politics and the 90s film industry. It is argued that in the films Far and Away and Patriot Games the issues of Irish politics are diminished by Hollywood treatment (Ray Greene).

    Premiere, June 1992: 63-73, ‘Murmur of the Heart’, director Ron Howard talks (Christopher Connelly).

    Sunday Business Post, 26/07/92:23, ‘Ardmore looks west again’, report on the big spending in Ireland on the Hollywood film 'Far and Away' - and on the cloud still hanging over Ardmore Studios (Francine Cunningham).
    DistributorUIP
    KeywordsIrish-Americans
    Migration
    1800s
    Production creditsp.c: Imagine Films Entertainment. For Universal Pictures Co, p: Brian Grazer, Ron Howard, co. p: Bob Dolman, Larry DeWaay, exec. p: Todd Hallowell, assoc. p: Louisa Velis, d: Howard, sc: Dolman from a story by Dolman, Howard, 2nd unit d: Todd Hallowell (USA), dop: Mikael Salomon, c. op: Gregory Lundsgaard (international), (USA, a.) George Kohut, Lawrence Karman, Douglas Ryan, Michael St Hilaire, steadicam op: (international) Gregory Lundsgaard, (USA) Rusty Geller, Robert Gorelick, spacecam op: (international) Neil S Buckhantz, Ron Goodman, optical effs: (Ireland) Boss Film Studios (super.) Michael Sweeney, (line-up) Mary Walter, Kevin dark, Lori Nelson, (c.) Fred Lin, Robert Wilson, (co-ord.) Kimberly Shriver, (ed.) Howie Stein; matte painting effs: Matte World (super.) Michael Pangrazio, (dop.) Craig Barron, (artist) Bill Mather, (plate c.) Wade Childress; animation: (super.) Mauro Maressa, (c.) William J Hedge, ed: Michael Hill, Daniel Hanley, p.dsgn.: Jack T Collis, Allan Cameron, art d: Jack Senter (USA), (Ireland) Steve Spence, Tony Reading, set dsgn: (USA) Joseph Hubbard, Robert M Beall, set dec: (USA) Richard Goddard, Chuck Lipscomb, Bruce D Streetman, Mark E Boucher, Josie MacAvin (Ireland), m: John Williams, m. perf: (pan flutes) Tony Hinnigan, Michael Taylor, (uileann pipes) Jerry O'Sullivan, orchestrations: John Neufeld, m. ed: Ken Wannberg, song: 'Book of Days' by Enya, Roma Ryan, perf. by Enya, choreo: Monica Devereux, s. dsgn: Anthony 'Chic' Ciccolini 111, s. ed: (dial.) Stan Bouchner, Thomas A Gulino, Robert Hein, super. ADR ed: Michael Jacobi, ADR ed: Jeffrey Stem, Lisa J Levine, super, Foley ed: Stuart Stanley, Foley ed: Dan Edelstein, Chic Ciccolini, Pam Demetruis, Eytan Mirsky, s: Ivan Sharrock (international), Shawn Murphy (Irish, m.), s. re-rd: (USA) Lee Dichter, Dominick Tavella, (Irish, m.) Susan McLean, s. effs. ed: Richard Q King, s. effs. rd: Andy Aaron, Foley art.: Elisha Bimbaum, Brian Vancho, p. controller: Kathleen McGill (international), super, p. co-ord: Alecia LaRue (international), p. co-ord: Fiona Traynor (Ireland), p.m: Seamus Byrne (Ireland), unit p.m: Larry DeWaay, loc. m: Michael Malone (USA), Martha O'Neill (Ireland), post.p. super: Andrew Golov (USA), cast: Karen Rea, Ros Hubbard, John Hubbard, Ron Bozman (USA, assoc.), (USA, extras) Kyle S McCarthy, Dana J Kuznetzkoff, Laura Ann Petticord, (Ireland) Gay Brabazon, Lisa Mulcahy, Paul Bames, cost: Joanna Johnstone, ward: (key super.) Pam Wise, (Tom Cruise) David Page, (Nicole Kidman) Kendal Errair, (USA) James Tyson, David Powell, F Maurice Palinski, Diana J Wilson, (set) Leah Brown, Joe McCloskey, (Ireland) Rhona McGuirke, Patrick Wheatley, Nigel Boyd, Lian Callaghan, Joanna Taylor, (set) Anthony Black, Ann Stokes, Wendy Asher, make-up: (key) Richard Dean, Edward F Henriques, (Tom Cruise) Michael Laudati, Rod Wilson (USA), Toni Delany (Ireland), title dsgn: (main) Tom Martin, (end) Pacific Title, historical research: Julie Donatt, Victoria Lucas, Clare Ditchbum, p.a: (USA) Ali Anderson, Adam C Taylor, Jeffrey T Bernstein, Paula Brown, Bill Connor, Brian Michael McNulty, Kirk Steppe, Darin John Rivetti, Mark Longie, (Ireland) Tara Mullen, Ron L Brinkerhoff, p. illustrator: Peter A Ramsey, scenic artist: Brian Bishop, sp. effs. co-ord: Lawrence J Cavanaugh, sp. effs: (USA) R Bruce Steinheimer, Casey Cavanaugh, Jeff Knott, John McLeod, David J Egan, Paul Stewart, Samuel 'E Price, Tom Kittle, Sean Cavanaugh, (Ireland) John Richardson, Chris Corbould, Neil Corbould, Maurice Foley, Brendan Walsh, stunt co-ord: Walter Scott (USA), Greg Powell (Ireland), stunts: Chris Branham, Tony Brubaker, Will Cascio, Danny Costa, Jeff Danoff, Dan Eddleman, Tom Elliott, Corey Eubanks, Jerry J Gatlin, Clifford Happy, Marguerite Happy, Michael Hill, Johnny Hock, Robert Jauregui, Terry J Leonard, Daniel K Moore, Dennis Motes, Sean A McGaughy, Zeljko Negovetic, Jim Pratt, Darin John Rivetti, J P Ramano, Ben R Scott, Jimmy Sherwood, Russell Solberg, Adam Carlyle Taylor, R L Tolbert, Gene Walker, Jennifer Hunt Watson, Mike Watson, Raleigh Wilson, (Ireland) Brian Bowes, Graham Crowther, Perry Davey, Max Faulkner, Nick Gillard, Dominick Hewitt, Sy Hollands, Paul Kelly, Donal O'Farrell, Gary Powell, Lee Sheward, Alan Walsh, Jason White, Nick Wilkinson, armourer: John McKenna, wranglers: Rudy Ugland, Frank Askin, Russell Plain Feather, Phillip Cowling, Rex Peterson, Corky Hedrick, Guy C Small, Griffin Hodson, Holly Ugland, Dennis Motes, Jeri Wales, Reid Overstreet, Dick Cole, K C Peterson, Philip Harris, Ervin Lee Small, Rusty Hendrickson, Kent Smith, Richard Morrow Seagraves, Brian Vermandel, Gene O'Brien, J P S Brown, Wylon Plain Feather, Britt Givens, Bruce Randall, Josh Hedrick, Clayton Stambaugh, Larry McKinney, Bert Vermandel, Gary Mouw, Gene Walker, helicopter pilot: Robert 'Bobby Z' Zajonc (international), GB distr: UIP.
    Art directionSENTER, Jack
    SPENCE, Steve
    READING, Tony
    Costume designJOHNSTONE, Joanna
    Production designCOLLIS, Jack T.
    CAMERON, Allan
    Genre/CategoryFeature Film Drama
    Adventure
    Western
    Period Drama

    Series/Newsreel titleSINNERS
    Episode/Item titleMad Lomasneys, The
    Production companyGranada Television
    Radio Telefís Éireann/RTE
    ITV
    Country of originIreland
    Great Britain
    ProducerARMSTRONG, Brian
    DirectorMACWHINNIE, Donald
    Script/AdaptationLEONARD, Hugh
    Executive producerEckersley, Peter
    CastBee Duffell (Mrs. Donaghue), Mary Hignett (Reverend Mother), James Kerry
    (Justin Sullivan), Derry Power (Mr. Lomasney), Fidelma Murphy (Nellie),
    Eileen Murphy (Kitty), Tony Doyle (Bill O'Donnell), Brigit Forsyth (Rita), Donal McCann (Ned Lowry), Ronnie Masterson (Mrs. Lomasney), Des Keogh (Fahy), Stephen Bent (youth).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourb&w
    Soundsound
    Duration60
    Release date1970
    TX channelITV
    TX date02/09/1970
    SummaryTV drama series based on the short stories by Irish writers. Rita and Ned met when they were teenagers: she was as mad as a hatter and he was as dull as a drain. Then there was her eccentric family: the mad Lomasneys, as they were known, wayward, daft as a brush every last skin of them. Oh! And why did Rita have that strange affair with the priest? And why does Ned have to walk into a gamble that affects all their lives? In case you haven't guessed it already, this is the third of a series of comedies set in the deep south of Ireland. (Adapted from TV Times)
    Production creditsbased on a story by Frank O'Connor.
    Production designFERGUSON, Eugene
    Genre/CategoryTV Drama Series
    Literary Adaptation

    Series/Newsreel titleSINNERS
    Episode/Item titleDead, The
    Production companyGranada Television
    Radio Telefís Éireann/RTE
    ITV
    Country of originIreland
    Great Britain
    ProducerARMSTRONG, Brian
    DirectorMACWHINNIE, Donald
    Script/AdaptationLEONARD, Hugh
    CastBarry Keegan (Mr. Browne), Mary Merrall (Julia Morkan), Nora Nicholson (Kate Morkan), Mary Hignett (Miss Power), Carmel McSharry (Mary Jane Morkan), Elizabeth Begley (Mrs. Malins), Ray McAnally (Gabriel Conroy), Mollie Maureen (Miss Furlong), Derry Power (Freddy Malins), Pauline Delany (Gretta Conroy), Mary Larkin (Lily), Evin Crowley (Miss Daly), Ronnie Masterson (Miss Ivors), Derek Young (Bartell D'Arcy).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourb&w
    Soundsound
    Duration60
    Release date1971
    TX channelITV
    TX date03/01/1971
    SummaryTV drama series based on the short stories by Irish writers. An adaptation of the story 'The Dead' from James Joyce's book, 'Dubliners'. 'Snow was general all over Ireland, it was falling on every part of the dark central plain, on the treeless hills, falling softly upon the Bog of Allen and, farther westward, softly falling into the dark mutinous Shannon waves. It was falling too, upon every part of the lonely churchyard on the hill where Michael Furey lay buried.' With these words Joyce begins his classic novella, first published in 1907. The tale unfolds at a family party in an old house on Usher's island: an occasion for gaiety, yet over each guest there hangs a shadow... (Adapted from TV Times).
    NoteTX on RTE on 5th Feb 1975. TV Times schedules cites subtitle as: Dublin, Twelfth Night, 1901.
    PeopleJames Joyce
    Production creditsbased on a story by James Joyce.
    Production designPRICE, Alan
    Genre/CategoryTV Drama Series
    Literary Adaptation

    Series/Newsreel titleDOUGLAS FAIRBANKS PRESENTS
    Episode/Item titleLeprechaun, The
    Country of originGreat Britain
    ProducerCOMFORT, Lance
    DirectorHUNTINGTON, Lawrence
    Script/AdaptationSHERMAN, John
    QUINN, Derry
    CastMaureen Pryor (Mrs Mulligan), Eddie Byrne (Michael Finney), Anita Sharp-Bolster (Mrs Finney), Fred Johnson (Barney Mulligan), Charles Lloyd-Pack (Elmer J Ellis), Bee Duffell (Mrs Jernahan), Fiona Clyne (Maureen Mulligan), Shamus Locke (Liam Finney), Sean Barrett (Timothy Mulligan).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourb&w
    Soundsound
    Duration60
    Format35mm
    TX channelITV
    TX date22/02/1955
    Summary"When a mischievous third generation emigrant Leprechaun returns to Ireland from America, the village of Ballymeed is due for lots of excitement." (TV Times)
    NoteShown in ITV's MATINEE slot on 14 March 1972.
    KeywordsImmigration
    Irish-Americans
    Leprechauns
    Art directionSUTHERLAND, Duncan
    Genre/CategoryTV Drama

    Series/Newsreel titleADVENTURES OF SIR LANCELOT, THE
    Episode/Item titlePirates, The
    Country of originGreat Britain
    ProducerBOWER, Dallas
    DirectorKNOWLES, Bernard
    Script/AdaptationREYNOLDS, Leighton
    Executive producerWEINSTEIN, Hannah
    CastJane Hylton (Guinevere), Douglas Argent (Old Man), William Russell (Sir Lancelot), Garry Thorne (Man-at-Arms), Cyril Smith (Merlin), Paul Williamson (Sir Lionel), Ronald Leigh-Hunt (King Arthur), David Morrell (Sir Kay), John Gale (Captain), Frederick Treves (ger), Derry Nesbitt (Mackevin), Noel Purcell (Liam)
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourb&w
    Soundsound
    Duration25
    Format35mm
    TX channelITV
    TX date12/08/1957
    SummaryOne of king Arthur's knights helps Irish pirates to rob the tomb of the king's father. But Sir Lancelot has an ingenious plan to catch the raiders. (TV Times).
    KeywordsPirates
    Genre/CategoryTV Drama Series
    Historical Drama

    TitleMAN OF FEW WORDS, A
    Production companyIndi Films
    Igloo Films
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerTULLY, Paul
    DirectorWHITE, Terence
    Script/AdaptationCREEDON, Conal
    PhotographyMANLY, Larry
    EditingGAVIGAN, Grainne
    Music composerGLEESON, Conall
    CastEamonn Hunt, Dawn Bradfield, Derry Power, Kay Ray Malone.
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    Soundsound
    Duration12
    Format16mm
    TX channelRTE 2
    TX date12/09/2001
    SummaryIt's the morning of the wedding and the father of the bride is drunk and unable to express how he feels about his daughter's wedding. Will he ruin the day or rise to the biggest challenge of his life? (From 12th Galway Film Fleadh Programme, 2000)
    NoteShown in RTE's DEBUT slot. Screened at the 12th Galway Film Fleadh, 11-16 July 2000. Screened at the 45th Cork Film Festival 15 -22 Oct 2000.
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    KeywordsWeddings
    Marriages
    Genre/CategoryShort Film Drama
    Comedy

    TitleEXISTENCE
    Country of originIreland
    DirectorO'DRISCOLL, Derry
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    SoundDolby Stereo
    Duration5
    Format35mm
    Release date2000
    SummaryEven in the most repressed society the urge to escape and to be free exists.
    NoteScreened at the 12th Galway Film Fleadh, 11-16 July 2000.
    KeywordsFreedom
    Genre/CategoryShort Film Drama
    Animation

    TitleRAWHEAD REX
    Production companyAlpine Productions
    Green Man Productions
    Paradise Productions
    Country of originUSA
    Ireland
    ProducerATTEW, Kevin
    HAWKINS, Don
    FORD, Graham
    DirectorPAVLOU, George
    Script/AdaptationBARKER, Clive
    PhotographyMETCALF, John
    Sound recordingHAYES, Paco
    EditingHORVITCH, Andy
    Executive producerBURGESS, Al
    GWYNN, Paul
    BAND, Charles
    Music composerTOWNS, Colin
    CastDavid Dukes (Howard Hallenbeck), Kelly Piper (Elaine Hallenbeck), Cora Lunny (Minty Hallenbeck), Ronan Wilmot (Declan O'Brien), Niall Toibin (Reverend Coot), Niall O'Brien (Det. Insp. Isaac Gissing), Heinrich von Schellendorf (Rawhead Rex), Robert Byrne (Photographer), Dave Carey (Caravaner Gunman), Bob Carlile (Garda Conroy), Bairbre Ni Chaoimh (Laurie), Liv Clausen (Hooded priestess), Bob Coyle (Larkin's Driver), Patrick Dawson (Detective Larkin), Peter Donovan (Liam Blanchfield), Eleanor Feely (Jenny Nicholson), Sheila Flitton (Nancy Power), Michael C. Ford (Gissing's Driver), Derek Halligan (Caravaner), Julie Hamilton (Hooded ger), Simon Kelly (Neil Johnson), Tom Lawlor (1st man Posse), Barry Lynch (Andy Johnson), Donal McCann (Tom Garron), Lana McDonald (screaming woman), Frank Melia (journalist), David Nolan (Police Marksman), Hugh O'Conor (Robbie Hallenbeck), Noel O'Donovan (Mitch Harney), John Olohan (Dennis Nicholson), Derry Power (Sean Power), Mary Ryan (Survivor), Gladys Sheehan (Ena Benedict), Vincent Smith (Survivor), Gerry Walsh (Dennis McHugh).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    SoundDolby
    Duration89
    Format35mm
    Release date1986
    CopyIFA (VHS)
    SummaryIreland will never be the same after Rawhead Rex, a particularly nasty demon, is released from his underground prison by an unwitting farmer...
    NoteThis film was banned in Iceland.
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    DistributorEmpire Pictures (1987) (USA) (theatrical)
    Prism Leisure Corporation (2003) (UK) (DVD)
    Production creditsp.c.: Alpine, Green Man Productions, Paradise Productions, p: Kevin Attew, Don Hawkins, co-p.: Graham Ford, exec.p.: Al Burgess, Paul Gwynn, Charles Band, d: George Pavlou, dop: John Metcalf, a.c.: Alan Butler, ed: Andy Horvitch, m: Colin Towns, s: Paco Hayes, dial.ed.: John Ireland, art d.: Len Huntingford, cost: Consolata Boyle, a.d.: Martin O'Malley, props master: Eamonn O'Higgins, sp.effs.: Robert Allsopp, Gerry Johnston, Cliff Wallace, stunts: Peter Brayham, Dominick Hewitt, Donal O'Farrell, post-prod: Juliet Avola, accnt: Paul Myler, focus puller: Des Whelan.
    Art directionHUNTINGFORD, Len
    Costume designBOYLE, Consolata
    Genre/CategoryFeature Film Drama
    Horror Film

    Series/Newsreel titleHIDE AND SEEK
    Episode/Item titleDay Three
    Production companyAccomplice Television
    Radio Telefís Éireann/RTE
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerCOLLINS, David
    DirectorGILL, Liz
    Script/AdaptationGANNON, Ted
    PhotographyMcPOLIN, Owen
    Sound recordingDEASY, Brendan
    EditingSTEPHENSON, Isobel
    Executive producerCALLERY, Mary
    Music composerHARMAN, Ray
    CastMichael MacIlhatton (Paul Holden), Karl Geary (Greg Holden), Maria Doyle Kennedy (Emma Holden), Tito Long (Matthew Holden), Tara Flynn (Siobhan Teeling), Marie Mullan (Auntie Kathleen), Derry Power (Uncle Gem), Niall O'Brien (Inspector Hegarty), Darragh Kelly (Simon), Declan Conlon (Dr Shevlin), Katie McLoughlin (Chlonferry), Conor McEvoy (young Mattie), Sean McEvoy (young Paul), Liam McEvoy (young Greg).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    Soundsound
    Duration55
    Release date2006
    TX date03/04/2006
    SummaryPart three of four-part drama series. Paul takes Matthew to a caravan park in Old Head, where his family used to use as a stopover en route to their holiday cottage on Clare Island (where Mattie drowned). Paul has a wound on his hand that is becoming increasingly infected. The police search continues – and Emma rests for a while at her Aunt Kathleens’ fearing that her husband and son might be dead. The police trace the whereabouts of father and son at Clare Island. Paul and Matthew stop at the old holiday cottage where he has a dream about Mattie – Paul mistakes Matthew for Mattie and chases him out of the cottage. Greg and Emma arrive. Glad to see Matthew alive, they pull Paul from the waves. Paul and Matthew are airlifted to a hospital in Dublin. Paul is exhausted and suffering from blood poisoning. Emma then takes her Matthew home. Later, Paul deserts the hospital bed. Back home, Paul is standing watching Emma and Matthew asleep in bed.
    ReferenceRTE Guide, Vol 30, No 12, March 17th 2006: 20-21.
    RTE guide vol30
    RTE guide issue12
    Production creditsp.c.: Accomplice Television, RTE, p: David Collins, d: Liz Gill, sc: Ted Gannon, dop: Owen McPolin, ed: Isobel Stephenson, m: Ray Harman, s: Brendan Deasy, cast: Maureen Hughes, cost: Driscoll Calder, p.dsgn: Fiona Daly, unit p: Deirdre A. Doorley, exec.p.: Mary Callery (RTE), p.accnt: Sile Delaney, 1st asst d: Gail Munnelly, loc.m.: Paddy McCarney, a.loc.m.:b Conor O'Carroll, loc.a.: Eamon Cleary, 2nd asst d: Brian 'Joker' Mulvey, 3rd asst d: Conor Gibbons, trainee asst d: Anna Harrison, extras: Anne Warter, p.co-ord.: Gillian Flood, a.p.co-ord: Rebecca Daly, office.co-ord: Jim Carr, accnt.a.: Eimear O'Kane, sc.super: Catherine Morris, focus pull: Angus Mitchell, clapper loader: Louise Mullen, c.a.: Conor Robertson, grip: John Dunne, 2nd unit c.: Larry Manly, s: Brendan Deasy, boom op: Eddie Quinn, assistants.: Sean O'Toole, art d.: Ciara O'Donnell, a.art d: Gillian Ní Chinneide, props buyer: Shelagh Power, prop master: Mick Flood, dressing props: John Porter, standby props: Simon Boyd, assistant props: Andy O'Neill, art dept asst: Elaine Vaughan, construction manager: Ross Bailey, carpenter: Manus Daly, stagehand, Eoin Bailey, rigger: Robbie Reilly, gaffer: Terry Mulligan, best boy: Kevin Scott, elec: Paul McNulty, gerry op: Mark Frawley, make-up chief: Jennifer Hegarty, Martina McCarthy, make-up asst: Deirdre Fitzgerald, hair asst: Dana Kalder, ward.super: Breege Fahy, ward asst: Amy Fenning, Kareen Rigg, action vehicle co-ord: Stephen Carroll, stunt co-ord: Dominick Hewitt, facilities: Movie Go, catering: Foodies, water safety: Irish National Sailing School, unit nurse: Olive Drynan, stills: Colm Hogan, post.prod.super: Martina Niland, Lindsay Campbell, post prod accnt: Con Cremins, a.ed.: Jamie Turpin, super s ed: Niall Brady, s ed: Michelle Fingleton, Kiara Murphy, dub ed: Ken Galvin, Foley artist: Caoimhe Doyle, graphics: Gavin Casey, online ed: Colm Ó Cearbhaill, colourist: Garry Curran, legal: James Hickey, sc.ed: Carl Meyrick, drama development: Jo Calam, Dearbhla Keating, Karl Rowland, Conor Sweeney, produced with the support of investment incentives for the Irish film industry and the Government of Ireland.
    Art directionO'DONNELL, Ciara
    Costume designCALDER, Driscoll
    Production designDALY, Fiona
    Genre/CategoryTV Drama Series

    Series/Newsreel titleIRISH RM, THE
    Episode/Item titleHoly Island
    Production companyJames Mitchell Productions
    Radio Telefís Éireann/RTE
    Channel Four Television
    Country of originIreland
    Great Britain
    ProducerNEAME, Christopher
    DirectorSYKES, Peter
    Script/AdaptationSISSONS, Rosemary Ann
    PhotographyMETCALFE, John
    EditingNELSON, Andrew
    Executive producerMITCHELL, James
    Music composerBICAT, Nick
    BRITTEN, Tony
    CastPeter Bowles (Maj. Sinclair Yeates), Bryan Murray (Flurry Knox), Doran Godwin (Philippa Yeates), Lise Ann McLaughlin (Sally Knox), Sarah Badel (Babs), Anna Manahan (Mrs. Cadogan), Brendan Conroy (Peter Cadogan), Jonathan Ryan (Dr. Jerome Hickey), Niall Toibin (Slipper), Faith Brook (Lady Knox), Virginia Cole (Briget Brickley/Cadogan), Marie Conmee (Maggie Nolan), Deirdre Donnelly (Miss Kathy Frazer), Diane Fletcher (Bobbie Bennett), Christopher Casson (Liam), Gabrielle Keenan (Maeve), Deirdre Lawless (Julia), Stanley Illsley (Sir Valentine Knox), Desmond Perry (Mr. Prentice), Beryl Reid (Mrs Knox), Des Nealon (Inspector Campbell), Paschal Perry (Sullivan), Derry Power (James Canty), Gabrielle Reidy, Ronan Smith.
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    Soundsound
    Duration55
    Release date1983
    TX channelChannel 4
    TX date26/07/1984
    SummarySeries based on the comic stories by Somerville and Ross.
    RTE guide vol10
    KeywordsAnglo-Irish

    Series/Newsreel titleREPUBLICAN BROTHERHOOD, THE
    Episode/Item titleTestimony Of John Devoy, The
    Production companyRadio Telefís Eireann/RTE
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerO'GALLCHOIR, Aindreas
    DirectorO'GALLCHOIR, Aindreas
    Script/AdaptationO'DONOVAN, John
    TRANT, Anton
    PhotographyBRADY, P.J. (Lighting)






    MAGUIRE, Aidan
    Sound recordingCRIBBEN, Denis
    Presenter/ReporterMEEHAN, Denis
    CastChris Curran (John Devoy), Derry Power (soldier).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourb&w
    Soundsound
    Duration26
    Format16mm
    TX channelTelifis Eireann
    TX date12/12/1967
    CopyRTE
    SummarySeven part series on the origins, development and purpose of Fenianism. A look at the influence of John Devoy, imprisoned in 1865 and one of the famous 'Cuba Five'. Devoy's reminisces on Fenianism are presented, the rift between he and O'Donovan Rossa, his time in prison, and an assessment of his subsequent influence on Irish history.
    RTE guide vol4
    RTE guide issue50
    KeywordsIrish History
    Republicanism
    Nationalism
    Set designMoran, Lona
    OtherHistory Advisor: Nowlan, Kevin B.
    Genre/CategoryTV Drama Series
    Historical Drama

    Series/Newsreel titleHIDDEN HISTORY
    Episode/Item titleGhosts Of Duffy's Cut, The
    Country of originIreland
    DirectorROOKE, Stephen
    MAGAN, Ruán
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    SoundDolby Digital
    Duration52
    Release date2006
    TX channelRTE 1
    TX date02/01/2007
    CopyRTE
    SummaryA film documenting the story of fifty-seven young men who left Derry in 1832 search of a future in America. They found work in Philadelphia laying rails for the first stretches of American railroad. The entire group were dead within a few weeks. They have lain long forgotten in a mass grave a valley known today as Duffy's Cut - until recently when American historian brothers Bill and Frank Watson found evidence long-hidden in their grandfather's papers. Redeemed from their former incarnation in myth and local folk tales, the railroad workers and their grim fates form the focus of this film.
    NoteThis film was shown at the Stranger Than Fiction Documentary Festival (28 Sept -1 October 2006).
    KeywordsMigration
    Diaspora
    USA
    Philadelphia
    Derry
    Historical research
    Folklore
    Production creditsp.c.: Tile Film Productions, Sound and Vision Broadcasting Funding Scheme, Radio Telefis Eireann/RTE, p: Dave Farrell, d: Stephen Rooke, Ruan Magan, narr: Ruan Magan, research: David Ryan, ed: Juangus Dinsmore, Juniper Calder, p.m.: Rachel Towell, light.c.: Nick O’Rourke, Colm Whelan, c.a.: Martin Gaugan, r: Mike Larini, Finny Burke, Trevor Cunningham, drama re-enactments: Ronan Leahy, Colin Farrell, Duncan Lacroix, Pol Penrose, Rob Dully, Danny Diamond, Ronan O’Caoimh, Dave Farrell, Daniel Magan, Ben Good, Kevin Kelly, Captain Michael Coleman, and the crew of the Jeanie Johnston, p.dsgn: Maree Kearns, make-up: Morna Ferguson, Tara Roughneen, props buyer: Pamela McQueen, SFX: Gerry Johnston, armourer: John McKenna, HD online ed: Warren Dowling, HD colourist: Garry Curran, dub.mix: Mark Fitzpatrick, music: Tony Boylan, Wally Page, Eric Cadesky, Nick Dyer, Colin Farrell, Etain Murphy, thanks: Richard Hurst (Ulster American Folk Park), Brian Mitchell (Derry Genealogy Centre), Vibeke Dijkman (County Wicklow Film Commission), Centre for Migration Studies (Omagh), Department of Communications, Marine and Natural Resources, Battlefield Restoration and Archeological Volunteer Organisation, USA, archive: National Library of Ireland, US National Archives and Records, Frank and Bill Watson, Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division, Archival film materials from the Library of Congress, international dist: Network Ireland Television, exec.p.: Kevin Dawson (RTE), Stephen Rooke (Title Films Ltd).
    Genre/CategoryHistorical
    Documentary

    Series/Newsreel titleHIDDEN HISTORY
    Episode/Item titleBloody Sunday - A Derry Diary
    Production companyBesom Productions
    Licht Blick
    SponsorRadio Telefis Eireann/RTE
    ZDF
    Bord Scannán na hÉireann/Irish Film Board
    Euro DOC Programme de Formation
    Northern Ireland Film and Television Commission/NIFTC
    Arts Council of Northern Ireland Lottery Funds
    Country of originNorthern Ireland
    Ireland
    Germany
    ProducerHARKIN, Margo
    DirectorHARKIN, Margo
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    SoundDigital Stereo
    Duration85
    Release date2006
    TX channelRTE 1
    TX date06/02/2007
    CopyRTE
    SummaryA documentary looking at the events of the Bloody Sunday Inquiry from the perspectives of the families involved. Interviewees: James ‘Banty’ Nash, Paddy Nash, Tony Doherty, Eamonn McCann, Liam Wray, Damien Doherty, Alana Burke, Bishop Edward Daly, Geraldine McBride, Linda Roddy, Kate Nash, Don Mullan, Joe Mahon, and Michael McKinney. The documentary ends with the following statement: “The Inquiry team retired in November 2004 to assess fourteen-and-a-half-million words of oral evidence over 367 days, 1563 statements from uncalled witnesses, 110 video tapes, 121 audio tapes and 14,000 pages of legal argument. The report has still not been published. On 24 October 2006 Lord Saville of Newdigate wrote to the concerned families: “We consider it most unlikely that we will complete the report before the end of next year at the earliest and we may need a longer time even then”. If the report into Bloody Sunday is issued in early 2008 the Inquiry will have lasted for 10 years”.
    NoteThis film was shown at the Stranger Than Fiction Documentary Festival (28 Sept -1 October 2006). On the 30th January, 1972, the British Army shot dead thirteen unarmed civilians in an unarmed civil rights march in Derry City, Northern Ireland. At the subsequent Tribunal of Inquiry, Lord Chief Justice Widgery exonerated the soldiers and blighted the reputations of those who were killed and maimed. In 1998, a new inquiry was initiated into the day now known as 'Bloody Sunday.
    KeywordsBloody Sunday
    British Army
    Republicanism
    Troubles
    LocationDerry
    Northern Ireland
    Production creditsp.c.: Besom Productions, Licht Blick, spon: Radio Telefis Eireann/RTE, ZDF, Bord Scannán na hÉireann/Irish Film Board, Euro DOC Programme de Formation, Northern Ireland Film and Television Commission/NIFTC, Arts Council of Northern Ireland Lottery Funds, p/d/narr: Margo Harkin, co-p: Carl Ludwig Rettinger, exec.p. Anne Even (ZDF), Kevin Dawson (RTE), ed: Jim Davis, David Gray, m: John O’Neill, cnslt: Eamonn McCann, c: Paddy Stevenson, trainee p.a.: Jonathon Bailie, Colleen Melarky, Aoibheann O’Neill, Edward Longhill, Nico Sweeney, p.sec.: Tracey O’Kane, p.co-ord: Morag Tinto, Edel Harkin, s: Derek Hehir, Paul Maynes, David Kilpatrick, Christopher Atkinson, Simon Kerr, Christine Barker, addtnl/c.: John T. Davis, Michael Quinn, David Barker, Morag Tinto, Conor Hammond, Angus Mitchell, a.c.: Noah Davis, revoice artist: Gerry Doherty, archive: Michael Rodgers, William McKinney, BBC Television, ITN Archive/Reuters, RTÉ Library, Granada, aerial footage: Crown Copyright, MOD, archive photos: Gilles Peress, Fulvio Grimaldi, Robert White, Colman Doyle, J.P. Morris, Stanley Matchett, Derek Tucker, Trevor McBride, Larry Doherty, Ciaran Doherty, William Mailey, Police Service of Northern Ireland, The Derry Journal, Associated Newspapers, Irish Times, Magnum Photos, EMPICS, Mirropix, archive audio: Susan North, James Anthony Porter, stills: Lorcan Doherty, rostrum: Frameline Productions, s.dub.: One Zero Zero, post.p.: Yellow Moon Post Production.
    Genre/CategoryHistorical
    Political

    TitleHEART'S A WONDER, THE
    Production companyRadio Telefís Eireann/RTE
    ProducerBOURNE, Laurence
    Script/AdaptationO'FARRELL, Nuala
    O'FARRELL, Máirín
    CastDearbhla Molloy, Macdara Ó Fátharta, Ann O'Dwyer, Derry Power, Martin Dempsey, Brendan Cauldwell, Pat Layde, Bill McMahon, Terry Donnelly, Zelda Golden, Marcella O'Riordan.
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    Duration110
    TX channelRTE 1
    TX date26/12/1978
    SummaryA musical adaptation of 'The Playboy of the Western World' by John Millington Synge.
    RTE guide vol2
    RTE guide issue51
    Set designO'Reilly, Alpho
    MusicO'Farrell, Nuala (composer); RTE Concert Orchestra; Ó Duinn, Proinsias (conductor)
    Genre/CategoryTV Drama

    TitleRED ROSES FOR ME
    Production companyBBC in association with Radio Telefís Eireann/RTE
    ProducerFITZGERALD, Prudence
    DirectorGIBSON, Alan
    Script/AdaptationO'CASEY, Seán
    CastJohn Kavanagh, Pauline Delaney, May Cluskey, Evin Crowley, Maureen Bennett, Dick Sullivan, James Hayes, Harry Webster, Fiona Victory, Colin Blakely, Niall Buggy, Tony Doyle, Brian Murray, Kevin Moore, Peter Cheevers, Denys Hawthorne, Harry Taub, Derry Power.
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    Soundsound
    Duration120
    TX channelRTE 1
    TX date07/04/1980
    SummaryA Seán O'Casey centenary special. Harry Heegan, a high-spirited young man, has scored the goal that wins his football club 'The Silver Tassie'. A hero to his fellow club members, neighbours, family and girl-friends, he leaves Dublin to fight in a more brutal arena: the Great War. The reality of war, as fought by the ordinary soldier, and as protrayed by O'Casey, has made 'The Silver Tassie' the greatest anti-war play in modern dramatic literature.
    RTE guide vol4
    RTE guide issue13
    Set designPemsel, Chris
    Genre/CategoryTV Drama

    TitleNOUS ETIONS TOUS DES NOMS D'ARBRES (THE WRITING ON THE WALL)
    Production companyDerry Youth and Community Workshop
    Transcontinental Productions
    Country of originFrance
    Belgium
    DirectorGATTI, Armand
    Script/AdaptationGATTI, Armand
    PhotographyMARCO, Armand
    Music performanceHEMON-TAMIE, Philippe
    Demons
    LanguageFrench
    English
    Colourcol
    Soundsound
    Duration114
    Production date1982
    TX channelChannel 4
    TX date28/03/1983
    SummaryAn exploration of Ireland's history and mythology in the context of the troubles in Northern Ireland. Filmed in Derry.
    NoteShown on Channel Four's ELEVENTH HOUR slot on 28th March 1983.
    PeopleJohn Deehan
    Brendan 'Archie' Deeney
    Paddy Doherty
    Nigel Haggan
    John Keegan
    KeywordsTroubles
    Irish History
    LocationDerry
    Northern Ireland

    Series/Newsreel titleTHURSDAY PLAY DATE
    Episode/Item titlePeople In Glass Houses
    Production companyRadio Telefís Éireann/RTE
    DirectorLENTIN, Louis
    Script/AdaptationGRATTAN, Kevin
    CastPatrick Bedford, Godfrey Quigley, Eddie Byrne, Geraldine Plunkett, David Kelly, Eve Watkinson, Derry Power, Paul Brennan, Maureen Aherne.
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    Duration60
    TX channelRTE 1
    TX date29/10/1975
    CopyRTE
    SummaryA light-hearted, perceptive send-up of modern 'Big Business'. Brian Harvey is on the up and up - but at whose expense?
    NotePart of the RTE VTR Archive.
    RTE guide vol3
    RTE guide issue16

    Series/Newsreel titleTHURSDAY PLAY DATE
    Episode/Item titleKatie - The Year Of A Child
    Production companyBBC
    ProducerNorton, John
    DirectorDavis, Barry
    Script/AdaptationNORTON, John
    CULLEN, Ian
    CastDonal McCann, John Murphy, Margaret Kelly, Lise-Ann McLoughlin, Marcella O Riordan, Anna Manahan, Derry Power, Arthur O'Sullivan, John Welsh, Barry McGovern, John Molloy, Philip O'Flynn, Des Nealon, Frank Melia, Peadar Lamb, Pat Abernathy, Sheila O'Sullivan, Tom Irwin
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    Duration75
    TX channelRTE 1
    TX date13/12/1979
    SummaryKatie, the 14 year old daughter of a travelling family camped by the roadside in Dublin, is left with the responsibility of caring for a large undisciplines family and an ailing mother, whilst her father goes to England to make his fortune.
    RTE guide vol3
    RTE guide issue49
    Set designMenaul, Diane

    Series/Newsreel titleTEEMS OF TIMES
    Episode/Item titleI'll Tell Me Ma
    Production companyRadio Telefís Eireann/RTE
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerLENTIN, Louis
    DirectorLENTIN, Louis
    Script/AdaptationBEHAN, Dominic
    Music performanceHEALY, Albert (accordion)
    CastJoe Dowling (narrator), Aodhan O'Longain, Aine Ni Mhuiri, Gerard O'Brien, Pat Daly (Stephen Behan), Derry Power, Noel Lynch, Cecil Barrow.
    LanguageEnglish
    Soundsound
    Duration27
    Release date1978
    TX channelRTE
    TX date01/06/1978
    CopyRTE
    SummaryTen-part drama series. The Behans live on Russell Street on the banks of the Royal Canal in North Dublin. The other occupants include Granny English, Lizzie McHugh, Sailor Clancy and Mrs Runo. Seventy Kildare Road, Kimmage; Connolly, Christ and Lenin; The Black Babies, The Brothers; Dev re-peats the bogs; Unemployment done away with - by war!; The blinds come down.
    NoteShot in Oct 1977.
    RTE guide vol10
    LocationDublin City
    Costume designO'LOUGHLIN, Claire
    Genre/CategoryTV Drama Series

    TitlePEOPLE IN GLASS HOUSES
    Production companyRadio Telefís Eireann/RTE
    Country of originIreland
    DirectorLENTIN, Louis
    Script/AdaptationGRATTAN, Kevin
    CastPatrick Bedford, Godfrey Quigley, Eddie Byrne, Geraldine Plunkett, David Kelly, Eve Watkinson, Derry Power, Paul Brennan, Maureen Aherne.
    LanguageEnglish
    Soundsound
    Duration43
    Release date1975
    TX channelRTE
    TX date29/10/1975
    CopyRTE
    SummaryTV drama. Ambitious careerist Brian Harvey is climbing the ladder - but at the expence of others.
    KeywordsBusiness
    Ambition
    Capitalism

    Series/Newsreel titleSINGLE VOICE, A
    Episode/Item titleUo The Bare Stairs
    Production companyRadio Telefís Eireann/RTE
    Country of originIreland
    DirectorSTRICK, Joseph
    Script/AdaptationO'FAOLÁIN, Seán
    CastDerry Power
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    Soundsound
    Duration5
    TX channelRTE
    TX date28/08/1978
    SummaryA thought for the end of the day.
    RTE guide vol2
    RTE guide issue34
    KeywordsReflection

    TitleREDEEMING HISTORY: PROTESTANT NATIONALISM IN IRELAND
    Production companyGlass Machine
    Channel Four Television
    Country of originNorthern Ireland
    ProducerSTEVENS, Sylvia
    BELL, Desmond
    DirectorBELL, Desmond
    Colourcol
    Soundsound
    Duration53
    Release date1991
    TX channelChannel 4
    TX date07/01/1991
    CopyNFTVA/UUC
    SummaryA study of well-educated, middle-class Protestant youth in Derry.
    NoteSee also the follow-up programme, OUT OF LOYAL ULSTER (TX Ch4 10th Febuary 1993).
    DistributorGlass Machine North, 14 Seaview Drive North, Portstewart, Co Derry
    KeywordsTroubles
    Protestants
    Young People
    Youth
    Production creditsp.c.: Glass Machine North, p/d: Desmond Bell, col, 40 mins, 1990, Copy: Glass Machine North, 14 Seaview Drive North, Portstewart, Co Derry.
    Genre/CategoryTV Documentary

    Series/Newsreel titlePLAYBOY 100
    Episode/Item titlePlayboy Of The Western World, The
    Production companyWildfire Films
    Radio Telefis Eireann/RTE
    SponsorBrioadcasting Commission of Ireland/BCI
    Country of originIreland
    CastCatherine Walsh (Pegeen Mike), Nick Lee (Sean Keogh), Derry Power (Michael James Flaherty), Marcus Lambe (Philly O’Cullen), Eoin Lynch (Jimmy Farrell), Aaron Monaghan (Christopher Mahon), Marie Mullen (Widow Quin), Gemma Reeves (Sara Tansey), Louise Lewis (Honor Blake), Hannah McCabe (Susan Bradley), Eamon Morrissey (old Mahon), Members of the Company (others).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    SoundDigital Stereo
    Duration109
    TX channelRTE 1
    TX date27/01/2007
    CopyRTE
    SummaryTelevised version of the Druid Theatre Company's 2006 production of John Millington Synge's THE PLAYBOY OF THE WESTERN WORLD.
    NoteThe PLAYBOY 100 slot was TX on 27th Jan 2007 on RTE to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the first production of J.M. Synge's THE PLAYBOY OF THE WESTERN WORLD at the Abbey Theatre, Dublin, in January 1907.
    KeywordsTheatrical Adaptations
    John Millington Synge
    Production creditsp.c.: Druid Productions, Wildfire Films, Radio Telefis Eireann/RTE, d: Garry Hynes, Druid Creative Team: p.dsgn: Francis O’Connor, light dsgn: Davy Cunningham, s.dsgn: John Leonard, cost: Kathy Strachan, movement direction: David Bolger, m.c.: Sam Jackson, cast.d.: Maureen Hughes, Druid Production Company: p.man: Eamonn Fox, tech man: Barry O’Brien, company man: Sophie Gobszewitz, stage man: Tim Smith, ASM/props: Sarah Lynch, p.a.: Amy Corrigan, wigs/make-up: Val Sherlock, ward super: Doreen McKenna, make-up/ward.a.: Caroline McCurdy, Liz Treacy, p.elec: Aidan Wallace, scenic painters: Sandro Butler, Ciara Moore, Vincent Bell, set mechanics: Paddy Burnside, Vertigo Rigging, tech crew: Barry Conway, Emma Lohan, tour carpenters: Gus Dewar, Pete Nelson, stage crew: Tony carding, Damon McConville, Eoin Stapleton, Pete Ritsing, m: Meaiore Breathnach, Rory Pierre, Eamonn Galldubh, admin team: financial cont: Noreen Glennon, admin: Louise Duggan, admin exec: Michaelle Corcoran, admin.a: Fiona Lawless, sets: Theatre Production Services, graphic dsgn: Bite! Associates, photographer: Keith Pottinson, publicity: Kate Bowe PR, exec.p.: Rupert Murray, broadcast & touring p: Felicity O’Brien, assistant to the director: Thomas Conway, DruidSynge was produced with the assistance of the Arts Council/An Comairle Ealaion, p.m.: Maria Collins, p.co-ord: Janice Keogh, c.op: Ronan Fox, Joe Edwards, Breffni Byrne, Micheál Ó Dubháin, Ronan Lee, a.c.: Declan King, s: Stephen McDowall, s.ed.: Michelle Fingleton, post.p.super: Lisa Murphy, Foley ed: David McMahon, s.mix: Ken Galvin, online ed: Coilín Ó Cearbhaill, colourist: Gary Curran, exec.p.: Diarmaid Breathnach (BCI), Jane Gogan (RTE), Adrian McCarthy (Wildfire Films), ed: Nathan Nugent.
    Genre/CategoryTV Drama

    Series/Newsreel titleROUGH DIAMOND
    Production companyRough Diamond Productions
    World Productions
    SponsorBBC Northern Ireland
    Radio Telefis Eireann/RTE
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerNORRIS, Peter
    DirectorMASSEY, Simon
    Script/AdaptationJONES, Robert
    CastMuireann Bird (Sheridan Carrick), Conor Mullen (Aidan Doherty), Donna Dent (Moira Sweeney), Stanley Townsend (Charlie Carrick), Eamon Morrissey (Dermot Cahill), Lorraine Pilkington (Yolanda Carrick), Ben Davies (Jonah Price), Michelle Ford (Oonagh Begley), Ian McElhinney (Tom Regan), Garrett Lombard (Ray Hogan), Stuart Graham (Rory Dillane), Anthony Morris (Billy Tiernan), Derry Power (Dick Dooley), Pat McGrath (poker player).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    SoundDigital Stereo
    Duration52
    TX channelRTE 1
    CopyRTE
    SummaryFinal episode. Carrick and Aidan are pitched against one another in a dramatic horse race. Aidan is really in need of the prize money because he is in debt to Moira Sweeney and she is about to lose her feed business. On the day of the race, Aidan’s jockey, Billy Tiernan, is bitten by the colt and cannot race. He is replaced by Carrick’s daughter, Sheridan. Carrick, finding out that his daughter is the jockey, places a bet on her and Coolbay Star. Sheridan brings the horse home to a stunning finish.
    ReferenceRTE Guide, 20-26 jan, 2007:16-17, ‘Turf Wars’. Interview with actor Conor Mullen by Donal O’Donoghue.
    KeywordsRacehorses
    Rural Life
    Father Son Relationships
    Production creditsp.c.: Rough Diamond Productions, World Productions, BBC Northern Ireland, Radio Telefis Eireann/RTE, p: Peter Norris, created and sc by: Robert Jones, d: Simon Massey, 1st a.d.: Andrew Hegarty, 2nd a.d.: Alecx Jones, 3rd a.d.: Jonny Shaw, sc.super: Emer Conroy, p.co-ord: Aoife Cassidy, Michelle Hennessey, loc.m.: Gordon Wycherley, Conor O’Carroll, p.accnt: Rory MacDermott, a.p,accnt: Fionnuala Dorney, art.d.: Aeveen Fleming, a.art.d.: Adrienne McGrane, p.buyer: Sarah Kingston, prop master: Gerry Langan, cnst.man: Nicky McManus, pocus: Russell Gleeson, clapper: Louise McEllin, grip: John Dunne, gaffer: Nigel Cullen, best boy: Kieran Dempsey, elec: Sean Creagh, Sean Cahill, boom op: Barry O’Sullivan, ward.super: Rhona McGuirke, ward.a: Lucie Corcoran, make-up: Denise Watson, make-up.a.: Sonia Dolan, hair: Martina McCarthy, hair.a.: Sevlene Roddy, horse master: Simon MacDermott, horse a.: Irene Lawlor, publicity: Michelle osborne, stills: Colm Hogan, trans capt: Dan Breen, a.ed.: David O’Brien, dub ed: Sarah Gaines, Faidhnait McCann, dub mix: John Fitzgerald, colourist: Gary Curran, stunt co-ord: Donal O’Frarrell, post.p.co-ord: Adrian Kirby, post.p.super: Beewan Athwal, exec.p.: Andrew Lowe (Element Films), Vicoria Fea, Tony Garnett, p.exec: Jennifer McAufield, s: Brendan Deasy, cost: Allison Byrne, cast: John and Ross Hubbard, m: Ray Harman, a.p.: Claire Armspach, line.p: Breda Walsh, ed: John Costelloe, p.dsgn: Anna Rackard, dop: Owen McPolin.
    Genre/CategoryTV Drama Series