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    TitleEUCHARISTIC CONGRESS
    ProducerBROWNE, Fr. Frank
    DirectorBROWNE, Fr. Frank
    PhotographyBROWNE, Fr. Frank
    EditingBROWNE, Fr. Frank
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourb&w
    Soundsil
    Duration38
    Production date1932
    CopyIFA
    IFA (VHS)
    SummaryIn 1932 Ireland hosted the Eucharistic Congress. Scenes of the Congress includes the arrangements being completed, the Papal Legates boat arriving at Dun Laoghaire and his route to the city via Merrion Road, and crowds in OConnell St and College Green. At the Fifteen Acres in Phoenix Park, seating for 20,000 is shown. The Archbishop of St Louis says mass for a quarter of a million people. Congress scenes include a visit to Matt Talbots tomb, giant liners on the Liffey, and film of Count John McCormack and G K Chesterton. Provincial towns where Congress-related activities took place include Bitt, Co Offaly, Cashel and Kilkenny. President of the Executive Council Eamon de Valera, Sean T OKelly, and the Archbishop of Dublin are also shown.
    PeopleEamon De Valera
    G.K. Chesterton
    Kevin O Kelly
    Count John McCormack
    KeywordsEucharistic Congress
    Religious Events
    Catholicism
    LocationBitt
    Cashel
    Kilkenny
    Dun Laoghaire
    Merrion Road
    Phoenix Park
    OConnell Street
    College Green
    River Liffey
    Production creditsc/d/e: Fr. Frank Browne S.J., sil, b&w, 38 mins. 1932. IFA.
    Genre/CategoryAmateur

    TitleFR BROWNE FORESTRY FILM
    SponsorAlbert College Faculty of Agriculture
    University College Dublin
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerBROWNE, Fr. Frank
    DirectorBROWNE, Fr. Frank
    PhotographyBROWNE, Fr. Frank
    EditingBROWNE, Fr. Frank
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourb&w
    Soundsil
    Duration3
    Production date1933
    Release date1921
    CopyIFA
    SummaryFilm fragment commissioned by the Faculty of Agriculture of University College Dublin to illustrate lectures on forestry. A short film showing scenes in a forest, including forestry work. The film was shot by Father Browne at Emo County Laois.
    ShotlistA forest sheep walking between the trees. A man is herding the sheep. Lambs run along beside their mothers. Various trees shot against the skyline. Two men working a saw. They are sawing through a felled tree. A man and woman sitting beside a small open air fire. The woman is repalcing the lid of a flask. Two large tree. A man and woman walk into shot. They begin to pull up some shrubs that are growing beside the trees. A stretch of water surrounded by trees. A man and horse can be seen on the far side of the water. Tighter shot of the man who is using the horse to plough. Two men carrying a wooden crate filled with an unknown substance. Men in a row along a drill in a field. Close up of one man. There is a string along the drill to keep the line straight. A man is planting what looks like root vegetables. This man finishes what he is doing and leaves. The man and horse are ploughing another drill. A man with a spade firms up the drill that has been ploughed. Men walking along the drills with spades they also stamp the earth with their boots to firm up the drills. A man with a wheeled tool of some kind. Men filling baskets with (?) and carrying them on their shoulders. Large group of men walking through bracken. One of the men uses a spade with a T shaped handle to form a cavity and then plants a small treee or bush in the hole. A line of men with spades are digging and planting. Man planting a small tree and firming the ground around it.
    NoteIt is unknown if the film housed by the Film Archive of the Film Institute of Ireland is the complete work. Fr Francis Browne was born in Sundays Well, Cork, in 1880. Fr Browne was a Jesuit priest best renowned for his prolific series of photographs taken on his travels around Ireland. These were published in books such as Father Brownes Irish, Father Brownes Cork, and Father Brownes Dublin. Fr Browne also took photos on his many journeys around the world which featured in The Genius of Fr Browne and A Life in Pictures.
    KeywordsForests, Forestry, Woods, Trees, Picnics, Horses, Planting, Horticulture, Farming, Sheep, Labourers, Emo, County Laois
    Production creditsd/c/e: Fr Frank Browne S.J., Sponsors: Albert College, Faculty of Agriculture of University College Dublin, b&w, 3 mins, 1933.
    Genre/CategoryAmateur

    TitleWATERS OF PROVIDENCE, THE
    Country of originIreland
    DirectorBROWNE S.J., Fr. Frank
    LanguageIrish
    Colourb&w
    Soundsil
    Duration55
    Footage1500
    Format16mm
    Production date1949
    SummaryA film about the establishment in 1892 and the early development of the Providence Woollen Mills at Foxford, Co Mayo. The central section of the film shows the making of the factory's products, while the last section shows the annual three day retreat and how a young couple will not need to emigrate because of work at the factory.
    NoteSister Mary Arsenius of the Irish Sisters of Charity founded the mills the year after she arrived in Foxford, hoping they would alleviate poverty in the area. She ran the Foxford Mill until her death in 1932.
    PeopleSister Mary Arsenius, the Irish Sisters of Charity.
    KeywordsProvidence Woolen Mills, Factories, Industry, Nuns, Clerics, Clergy, Production Processes, Retreats, Bands, Newly Built Houses, Graves, Cemeteries, Prayers.
    LocationCo Mayo, Foxford, Providence Woolen Mills.
    RightsSisters of Charity, CARITAS, 15 Gilford Road, Sandymount, Dublin 4. (contact Sr Marie Bernadette O'Leary)

    TitleREQUIEM FOR A CIVILISATION
    Production companyOcean Film Productions
    SponsorArts Council of Ireland/An Chomhairle Ealaíon
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerTIERNAN, Catherine
    DirectorSTAPLETON, Frank
    Script/AdaptationBROWNE, Dr Noel
    PhotographyDE BUITLÉAR, Cian
    KEADY, Bill
    EditingROMANOWSKI, Krystoph
    Music composerO'RIADA, Peadar
    Music performanceO'RIADA, Peadar
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourb&w/col
    Soundsound
    Duration52
    Production date1992
    TX channelRTE 1
    TX date19/05/1992
    CopyIFA (VHS)
    RTE
    SummaryDocumentary in which the late Dr Noel Browne speaks about his personal vision of the lost civilisation of Connemara. Contributions from Collette Shaughnessy and Colm MacCába. Set during a winter storm, Noel Browne's unsentimental portrait of Connemara compares the legacy of generations of 'Connemariacts' to other lost civilisations across the world.
    NoteScreened at 30 YEARS ON: THE ARTS COUNCIL AND THE FILMMAKER (Irish Film Centre 2003).
    KeywordsNoel Browne
    Connemara
    Galway
    Collette Shaughnessy
    Colm MacCába
    Genre/CategoryFeature Documentary

    TitleST COLUMBA
    SponsorNorthern Ireland Tourist Board
    Country of originNorthern Ireland
    DirectorHUSTON, Tom
    PhotographyHUSTON, Tom
    NEILSON, Jack
    POLLEN, Eric
    EditingBROWNE, Eric
    Assistant editorLYTTLE, Joe
    Music composerNELSON, Havelock
    NarratorIRWIN, Bartie
    O'CALLAGHAN, Maurice
    Colourcol
    Soundsound
    Duration35
    Format16mm
    Release date1963
    CopyIFA
    SummaryA family visit to the locations where St Columba lived and worked in the 6th century are intercut with a 1963 pageant and other historical reconstructions about the saint and his times. Scenes are shown in Donegal, Derry and Iona, the island where St Columba founded a Christian community after he was exiled from Ireland in 563 A.D.
    NoteThis promotional film relates the life and works of St. Columba while presenting Northern Ireland, and especially Derry, as an attractive and historically interesting location for the tourist family to visit. The film contains footage of various historical dramatisations.
    ReferenceBNFC Vol 4, 1966:107.
    DistributorNorthern Ireland Government Office
    KeywordsSt Columba
    Saints
    Christianity
    Pageants
    Historical Reconstruction
    Donegal
    Derry
    Iona
    Production creditsp.c: Northern Ireland Tourist Board, d: Tom Huston, c: Huston, Jack Neilson, Eric Pollen, ed: Eric Browne, a. ed: Joe Lyttle, artwork: John Crichton, m: Havelock Nelson, narr: Bartie Irwin, Maurice O'Callaghan, distr: Northern Ireland Government Office. 16mm, col, 35 mins. 1963. IFA.
    Art directionCRICHTON, John (artwork)
    Genre/CategoryTourism-Travel-Travelogue

    TitleEUCHARISTIC CONGRESS 1932
    DirectorBROWNE, Fr. Frank
    Colourb&w
    Format16mm
    Production date1932
    CopyIFA
    IFA (VHS)
    SummaryScenes from the 1932 Eucharistic Congress include: the arrangements being completed|the Papal Legate's boat arriving at Dun Laoghaire & his route into the city via Merrion Rd.|huge crowds in O'Connell St. and College Gn. In the Phoenix Park seating for 20,000 is shown|the Archbishop of St. Louis says mass for 1/4 million people prayers are said at Matt Talbot's Tomb|giant liners line the Liffey|and shots of Count John McCormack and G.K.Chesterton are shown. Congress related activities are also seen taking place in provincial towns. Sick children in hospital, De Valera, S.T.O'Kelly and Archbishop of Dublin. are also shown.
    PeoplePapal Legate, Archbishop of St Louis, Count John McCormack, G K Chesterton, Eamon de Valera, Sean T O Kelly, Archbishop of Dublin.
    KeywordsEucharistic Congress, Religion, Religious Ceremonies, Papal Legate, Mass, Towns, Parades, Hospitals, Liturgies, Cottages, Parks, Matt Talbots Tomb, Crowds.
    LocationDublin, Dun Laoghaire, Merrion Rd, O'Connell St, College Gn, Phoenix Pk (Fifteen Acres), Matt Talbots Tomb, The Liffey, Co Offaly, Birr, Co Tipperary, Cashel, Co Kilkenny, Kilkenny City.
    Film can lenghts1200ft
    Film can total lenghts1200ft
    Pos/NegPositive
    Genre/CategoryAmateur

    TitleDR. NOEL BROWNE'S TB FILM
    Production companyNational Film Institute of Ireland with Dr Browne
    Country of originIreland
    PhotographyBUTLER, Patrick F.
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourb&w
    Soundsound
    Production date1946
    CopyIFA
    SummaryFilm about treatment of TB. A patient arrives at Newcastle Sanatorium. A patient is examined and a blood sample taken. The Dr. and a nurse do ward rounds and, in a lab., examine a chart dated '3rd Sept., 1946'. A throat swab and lung sample are taken from the patient and he is X-rayed. Group of doctors examine the X-rays while the patient has his blood pressure checked and is given an injection. The doctors discuss the case. An operation follows and then the patient is seen recovering. Various shots of cured patients enjoying themselves including a young boy in bed blowing bubbles and a chart headed 'The National Hospital for Consumption in Ire.' are seen. The patient leaves the hospital and waves at camera.
    KeywordsMedicine, Diseases, Tuberculosis, TB, Treatments, Cures, Operations, Medical Education, Health Films, Illness, Lawn Croquet, Games, Doctors, Hospitals, Nurses, Patients, Examinations, Injections, Blood Samples, Wards, Laboratories, Patient Charts, Throat Swabs, X Rays, Blood Pressure, Operations, Surgeries, Surgeons, Bandages, Stitches, Typists, Medical Committee Meetings, The National Hospital for Consumption in Ireland, Christopher Donnelly, Noel Browne, Co Wicklow, Newcastle, National Hospital for Consumption in Ireland.
    Production creditsc: Patrick F. Butler, b&w, RT? 1946c. Copy: IFA
    Genre/CategoryHealth
    Government Sponsored

    TitleEUCHARISTIC CONGRESS PT 1
    Country of originIreland
    DirectorBROWNE, Fr. Frank
    Colourb&w
    Format16mm
    Production date1932
    CopyIFA
    SummaryAmateur film of the 1932 Eucharistic Congress - apparently
    taken by Fr Francis Browne SJ (see Note below).
    ShotlistTitle: 'We set out with our camera from the house of a friend to see Dublin during Congress Week'. Two unidentified men and a woman emerge from the door of a Georgian building. A flag hangs from a window above. Title: 'College Green - Trinity College founded by Queen Elizabeth and the Bank of Ireland - the Old Parliament House flew their flags in honour of Congress'. Series of slow pans across the facade of Trinity College and the Bank of Ireland (taken from Dame Street) Ford automobiles, electric trams, cyclists and pedestrians present. Title: 'The Alter on O'Connell Bridge round which one million people knelt for Benediction'. The alter from various angles looking from O'Connell Bridge towards O'Connell St - Ford automobiles, electric trams, cyclists and pedestrians present. Title: 'Here are some of the huge liners which brought pilgrims from the far ends of the earth'. Man standing in the foreground with the Dutch liner MARNIX VAN SINT ALOEGONDE in Dublin Bay. Tugboat alongside liner. Title: 'And here are the Dutch girls marching through the streets singing hymns and national songs'. Wide shots (shaky) of Dutch girls in brimmed hats and light-coloured capes marching past the offices of the Irish Independent newspaper in Abbey Street. Title: 'The Mansion House where the Legate was received by the Lord Mayor'. The papal Legate's car driving into grounds of Mansion House, Dawson Street. Title: 'In this slum dwelling lived Matt Talbot'. Two women reading plaque on wall on exterior of Mattt Talbot's house on the North Strand, Dublin. Woman stands in background with baby in arms. Camera tilts upwards to reveal flags draped from windows. Title: 'Dominican Convent, Cabra, where our Bishop stayed'. Frontal facade with cars parked outside. Flags and banners on display. Title: 'The flower girls at the Pillar, literally covered their banners with decorations in honour of the day'. Traders at Nelson's Pillar, O'Connell Street members of the public crowd together, religious pictures, a banner bearing the inscription: 'Molad le Chriost ad Ri'. Title: 'The Pro-Cathedral - difficult to photograph owing to narrow streets'. Diagonally-orientated shot of face of Pro Cathedral. Upward tilt to flags. Brief pan across frontal facade of unidentified building. Title: '100,000 children attended the Childrens' Mass in Phoenix Park. Here are some of them arriving two hours before Mass begins'. Procession of children - attended by teachers, nuns and priests - walking towards camera. Some of the girls are dressed in white diaphanous gowns and head wear - a group of Girl Guides also pass by camera.
    NoteThis reel of film would appear to be a set of alternative takes on the Eucharistic Congress to Fr Browne's longer and more comprehensive EUCHARISTIC CONGRESS 1932 (See separate record). The shooting style and events chosen are similar and the Intertitle styles are identical. Fr Francis Browne was born in Sunday's Well, Cork, in 1880. Fr Browne was a Jesuit priest best renowned for his prolific series of photographs taken on his travels around Ireland. These were published in books such as Father Browne's Irish, Father Browne's Cork, and Father Browne's Dublin. Fr Browne also took photos on his many journeys around the world which featured in The Genius of Fr Browne and A Life in Pictures.
    PeoplePapal Legate, Archbishop of St Louis, Count John McCormack, G K Chesterton, Eamon de Valera, Sean T O Kelly, Archbishop of Dublin.
    KeywordsEucharistic Congress, Religion, Religious Ceremonies, Papal Legate, Mass, Towns, Parades, Hospitals, Liturgies, Cottages, Parks, Matt Talbots Tomb, Crowds
    Catholicism
    Slums
    LocationTrinity College Dublin
    Pos/NegPositive
    Genre/CategoryAmateur

    TitleNIGHT SWEEPER, THE
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerBROWNE, Jason
    DirectorBROWNE, Jason
    Script/AdaptationBROWNE, Jason
    PhotographyLE CANE, Max
    EditingCAHALANE, Denise
    Music composerAmsterdam Blue
    CastPa Houlihane, Jason Browne, Billy Browne.
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    Soundsound
    Duration7
    SummaryTwo spirits; who inhabit the city at night, go about their business in very different ways. One, the night sweeper, who heals the sick and dying, the other, the musican, who collects the dead. This scene is overlooked by a passing train which carries the spirits to their final resting place.
    ReferenceCork Film Festival Programme 2001
    KeywordsDrama

    TitleDEAD MEAT
    Production company3 Way Productions
    SponsorBórd Scánnán na hEireann/Irish Film Board
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerKING, Ed
    GRIFFIN, Michael
    DirectorMcMAHON, Conor
    Script/AdaptationMcMAHON, Conor
    PhotographyLEGGE, Andrew
    Sound recordingMcCANN, Fiadhnait
    EditingMcMAHON, Conor
    Executive producerMcCARTHY, Brendan
    Music composerGILLHOOLEY, John
    KING, Edward
    CastMarián Araújo (Helena), David Muyllaert (Desmond), Eoin Whelan (Cathal Cheunt), David Ryan (Martin), Amy Redmond (Francie), Kathryn Toolan (Lisa), Ned Dennehy (road zombie), John O'Connor (Farmer), Ivan McCullough (Abbey zombie), Anthony Litton (Abbey zombie), Roy Gleasure (Abbey zombie), Danny Katz (Bio Team), Paul Markey (Bio Team), Kurt Lang (Bio Team), Nicky Ward (Bio Team), Jack Burton (Bio Team), Carol McKeown (zombie kid), Laura Bohan (zombie kid), Ellen Egan (zombie kid), Hannah Sharply (zombie kid), Orla McQueeney (zombie kid), Aoife MacCormac (screaming zombie), Maggie Cassidy (wedding zombie), Victoria Parks (sleeping zombie), Eddie Brady (sleeping zombie), Simon McManus (sleeping zombie), Nigel Dungan (sleeping zombie), Nuala Byrne (sleeping zombie), Denise Byrne (sleeping zombie), Nicky Murphy (sleeping zombie), Emer McDevitt (sleeping zombie), Avril Winters (sleeping zombie), Ciaran McDivitt (sleeping zombie), Tim Winters (sleeping zombie), Tim Redfern (sleeping zombie), Morgan Butler (castle zombie), John Fry (castle zombie), Kieran Lombard (castle zombie), Annette Clarke (castle zombie), Sandra Hughes (castle zombie), Mary Kilmartin (castle zombie), Sandra O'Neill (castle zombie), Marianne Quigley (castle zombie), Shona Costello (castle zombie), Vincent Egan (castle zombie), Gabriel Egan (castle zombie), Kevin Murphy (castle zombie), Ronan Gallagher (castle zombie), Catherine Noolan (castle zombie), Mick Fox (castle zombie), Richard Malaba (castle zombie), Mairead McMorrow (castle zombie), Mike Liffey (castle zombie), Bridget Keane (castle zombie), Pat Keane (castle zombie), Alice Keane (castle zombie), Seamus dockery (castle zombie), Shane Condron (castle zombie), Paul Farelly (castle zombie), Carmel O'Boyle (castle zombie), Eleanor Bowman (castle zombie), Jane Leheny (castle zombie), Catherine O'Sullivan (castle zombie), Christopher Pagan (castle zombie), Jane Galligan (castle zombie), Alvin Galligan (castle zombie), Paul McNerney (castle zombie), Miriam Concannon (castle zombie), Colm Concannon (castle zombie), David Smyth (castle zombie), Laura Callinan (castle zombie), Jennifer Morahan (castle zombie), Jill Casey (castle zombie), Emma McMahon (castle zombie), Bernadette Martin (castle zombie), Anita Martin (castle zombie), Louise Gallagher (castle zombie), Caroline Burke (castle zombie), Damien Eames (castle zombie), Philip Rogan (castle zombie), Cornelius Browne (castle zombie), Katie Lincoln (castle zombie), Rhonda Trench (castle zombie), Terese Hackett (castle zombie), Daniel Ewing (castle zombie), Peter Crann (castle zombie), Mary McWeeney (castle zombie), Mary Bohan (castle zombie), Marion Quigley (castle zombie), David McMahon (castle zombie), Clare Connolly (castle zombie), Audrey Bishop (castle zombie) Carmel O'Bey (castle zombie), Eamon O'Connell (castle zombie), David Smith (castle zombie), Grattan Smith (survivor), Macdara Kelleher (survivor), Lance Daly (survivor), Michael Kinnane (survivor), Nial O'Brien (survivor), Hughie Kelly (survivor), Craig MacGowan (survivor), Christina McGourty (survivor), David McGourty (survivor), Aisling McGourty (survivor), Susan McGovern (survivor), Danielle McGovern (survivor) Siobhan McGovern (survivor).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    Soundsound
    Duration85
    Format35mm
    Release date2004
    CopyIFA
    IFA (VHS)
    SummaryA mutated strain of Mad Cow Disease spreads from slaughtered animals to humans, turning dead people into ravenous, flesh-eating zombies. Caught amidst this is Helena, a young Spanish tourist, and Desmond, the local grave digger. Together the duo must fight for survival or else they will become the main course in a zombie feast.
    Distributor3 Way Productions + 353 1 413 1602 ed@horrorthon.com Irish Film Institute Cinemavault Releasing +41 6363 6060 michaelpaszt@cinemavault.com Bedford Entertainment Inc. (2005) (USA) (video) Fangoria Films (2005) (USA) (DVD) Imagine Entertainment (2005) (Australia) (DVD) Sunfilm Entertainment GmbH (2005) (Germany) (DVD) Three Way Distributors Universal Home Video (2005) (Brazil) (all media)
    KeywordsZombies
    Mad Cow disease
    Spanish tourists
    Grave diggers
    Countryside
    LocationLeitrim
    Production creditsp.c.: Three Way Productions, p: Michael Griffin, Edward King, exec.p.: Brendan McCarthy, d/sc/ed: Conor McMahon, dop/Steadicam: Andrew Legge, a.c.: Eleanor Bowman, a.ed.: Edward King, s: Fiadhnait McCann, p.dsgn.: Cornelius Browne, art d.: Jay Graham, m: John Gillooley, addtl m: Edward King, cost: Leonie Prendergast, s.re-rd.mix: Peter Blayney, Foley: Caoimhe Doyle, Brendan Geaney, online ed: Warren Dowling, make-up: Liz Byrne, a.d.: Gareth Evans, sp.effs.props: Brendan Fahy, Roy Gleasure, Jay Graham, finance adv.: Vince Pinnell, driver/stills: Philip Rogan.
    Set designBROWNE, Cornelius
    Art directionGRAHAM, Jay
    Costume designPRENDERGAST, Leonie
    RightsCinemavault Releasing
    Tel: + 1 41 6363 6060
    E-mail: michaelpaszt@cinemavault.com
    Production designBROWNE, Cornelius
    Genre/CategoryFeature Film Drama
    Horror Film

    TitleISLANDMAN, THE
    EILEEN AROON
    MEN OF IRELAND
    WEST OF KERRY
    Production companyScannán Chumann Naisiunta na hÉireann
    Irish National Film Corporation
    Frank Duffy Productions
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerTAYLOR, Victor
    DirectorHEALE, Patrick Keenan
    Script/AdaptationHEALE, Patrick Keenan (from a story by Donal O'Cahill)
    PhotographyEATON, Sidney
    Sound recordingWILKINS, Leo
    EditingNEILL-BROWNE, J.
    Music composerGALLAGHER, Eamonn (Musical Consultant)
    Music performanceCURRAN, Eileen (Singer 'The Spinning Song')
    Songs'Eileen Aroon'
    'Spinning Song, the'
    CastCecil Ford (Neal O'Moore), Eileen Curran (Eileen Guheen), Brian
    O'Sullivan (Liam O'Kane), Gabriel Fallen (Fr O'Sullivan), Delia Murphy
    (Peg), Gerard Duffy (the boy), Sheila Maguire, Josephine Fitzgerald, Brian
    Carey (student), Paddy Carey (student), Malcolm Graham, Eugene Leahy,
    Seamus Moynihan (step-dancer).
    LanguageIrish
    English
    Colourb&w
    tinted
    Soundsound
    Duration64
    Footage4300
    Format35mm
    Release date1938
    CopyIFA
    IFA (VHS)
    SummaryOn the Blasket Islands, Co Kerry in the 1930s, an islander tells a day-visiting outsider the story of the young lovers, Liam, Neal and Eileen, who are at the centre of the tale. In flashback, the islander tells about a young Trinity College medical student, Neal. Living a dissolute life, he is seen in his rooms surrounded by bottles of beer, but he finds a copy of Tomas 6 Crohan's The Islandman, which he avidly reads in his rooms and while walking to the Phoenix Park. He decides to travel to the Blasket Islands, where he is greeted in Ireland on the shore at Dunquin, the Dingle Peninsula, by Fr O'Sullivan. Realising that Neal does not understand Irish, Fr O'Sullivan greets the 'stranger' in English, and invites him to use his medical expertise to help an injured fisherman, Liam. At a ceili (dance) Neal talks with Eileen, the schoolteacher, who is engaged to Liam, and who is grateful to him for having saved Liam's injured hand. Neal continues to court Eileen, but, at her spinning wheel one day where she is teaching him Irish, she asks him to compare himself to Liam. Neal acknowledges that Liam is a better man, and he reluctantly returns to his university studies. The following year, while in his college rooms, Neal, once again drinking, hears Eileen sing on the radio, and his interest in the Blaskets is again aroused. Meanwhile, on the island, Liam, who had befriended Neal, is hoping that he will return, while Eileen is wary, realising that she has fallen in love with Neal. The islanders greet Neal on his return and he declares to Eileen and Liam that he'll become an islandman and learn to be a fisherman. Fr O'Sullivan challenges Neal's love for Eileen, describing Liam and Eileen as 'children', and suggests that he return to the mainland. Neal declares that while he loves Eileen, he's satisfied just to be near her. Neal is one of the crew in Liam's boat during a fishing trip. Liam falls overboard and Neal rescues him from drowning. However, Liam is badly hurt and the islanders gather around his bed as Neal silently indicates that there is no hope for him. Liam observes this sign and then takes Eileen's and Neal's hands and joins them together, indicating his blessing of their future relationship. He is anointed by Fr O'Sullivan before he dies, while Eileen and Neal are later seen alone on a cliff-top. (V).
    NoteAlso 48 minute version. Released 28th Feb 1938 (Trade Show) and 31 March 1939 (general release). This was the only film made by Irish National Film Corporation, a breakaway group, led by Donal O'Cahill, from Hibemia Films, which made THE DAWN (Irl 1936) and UNCLE NICK (Irl 1938). Unlike Hibemia, which seems to have only employed local technical expertise, many of the crew for THE ISLANDMAN seem to have come from Britain. The actors were from amateur and professional groups, including the Gate Theatre, Dublin and the Cork Shakespeare Company. Eileen Curran was a teacher of elocution and singing at St Aloysius College, Cork and was a founder-member and player with the Shakespeare Company. Kruger Kavanagh may also be in this film. Exteriors were filmed on An Blascod Mor (The Great Blasket) from 14 to ca. 28 May 1937, while interiors were filmed at the Palace Cinema (now the Academy), Pearse St, Dublin during June 1937. The Palace was used when the nightly film screenings were finished, though one press report (28/6/1937) refers to the Dublin studio of Scannan Chumain Naisiunta na hEireann/Irish National Film Corporation being used for filming. The cast went to London in July 1937 to dub the soundtrack, as no such facilities existed in Ireland at the time. The dancing scene was shot in the house of Seanin Sullivan. The curragh race (naomhog) was shot from the strand on the Great Blasket. The film's credits list Daisy Murphy in the part of 'Peg', whereas Delia Murphy played this part. Her husband, T J Kieman, was Director of Drama at Radio Eireann. Donal O'Cahill is listed as Donald O'Cahill in the film's credits. Patrick Heale was originally the producer/director as well as scriptwriter, but when extra funds were required for the produc tion, Belfast impresario Frank Duffy became involved (his son plays the part of the boy). Though surviving prints under their different titles and different lengths are not consistent in their credits, it appears that Frank Duffy was involved from the beginning of the film, as he was on the Blaskets during filming there. According to one report (Woman's Life 1/4/1939), a Mr Milaarden, a Breton, was also one of the film's backers, and it is stated that the film cost £3,000 to make. This report also says that some scenes were shot at Greystones, Co Wicklow. MFB (30/4/1938:99) lists the director as Dick Bird. MPG lists John Duffy as co-writer of the original story. It has not been determined whether the 48-minute- or 64-minute-version of the film is the original version of the film. MFB gives the film's length as 4,300 ft, and the running time as 48 mins, in its April 1938 review of the film with the title WEST OF KERRY. This version may be the 16mm-version which is available under the title EILEEN AROON. It is also possible that this was the original version of the film and that the 64-minute-version, with the title THE ISLANDMAN, was produced for the March 1939 Irish release of the film. However, a surviving 64-minute-version of the film has the title WEST OF KERRY, which suggests that this title was used for both the 48-minute and 64-minute-versions of the film. The 64-minute-version of the film was released in the USA under the title MEN OF IRELAND. No version of the film with the title THE ISLANDMAN has been discovered, though this was the Irish release title of the film. In EILEEN AROON there is an introductory voice-over narration delivered by Micheal 6 hEithir (the sports commentator) about the Blasket Islands. It draws attention to the island's Irish-language literary heritage, especially that of 6 Crohan's An tOilednach (The Islandman, Dublin, 1929; trans. by Robert Fowler, London, 1929). Anticipating the future depopulation of the islands, which were abandoned in the 1950s, the narrator quotes 6 Crohan's observation that 'our counterparts the future cannot hold'. The narrator refers to three books associated with the Blaskets. Besides 6 Crohan's An tOilednach which is featured in the film and from which the film takes its title, the other two best known books are Peig Sayers' autobiography Peig (Dublin, 1936), and Maurice O'Sullivan's autobiography Fiche Blian ag Fds (Twenty Years A-Growing, Dublin, 1933; Maynooth, 1982; trans. by M Llewelyn Davis, George Thompson, London, 1933; Oxford, 1951). For an accnt. of life on the islands see George Thompson The Blasket That Was: The Story of a Deserted Village (Maigh Nuad, An Sagart, 1982), which also contains an extended bibliography of books by islanders and by others about the islands; and Robin Flower, The Western Island, or The Great Blasket (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1944 and 1978). "The plot develops into a triangular drama after the Hollywood pattern, and the director takes Hollywood's usual way out'. (EH 1/4/1939:9). 'Why, in Heaven's name, did they have to bring a red triangle to An Blascaod Mor?' (IP 4/4/1939:5).
    ReferenceCE 2/4/1938; DEM 1/4/1939:4; II 1/4/1939; IT 3/4/1939:4; SI 2/4/1939:10. Gifford 10448: Apr 1938; CE 22/5/1956; CE 25/1/1957; CE 22/9/1960; EH 24/1/1957; Kerryman 12/1/1958; Kerryman 24/1/1957; 6 Laoghaire 1945:158; Rose Mar 1957.

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

    Article on making of the film and actress Eileen Curran, 28/6/37.

    Photograph of cast and crew of the film, 8/7/37.

    The Father Matthew, 1937-38:187-90, extra's account of filming on location in Kerry (Mrs T.J. Kiernan).

    ‘Island Story On Screen’ (1/3/38). review.

    ‘Film From The Blaskets’, preview.

    ‘Radio director's wife in new film’, paragraph mentioning extra, Delia Kiernan.

    ‘New Irish film’, photo and paragraph mentioning actors from film.

    ‘A New Irish Film :...We Made Island Man’, account of filming on location by actor.

    Irish Press, 1/4/39, ‘The Islandman - At the Carlton’, review.

    Woman's Life, 1/4/39, ‘...D Views’, report of of "overdue" release, and account of the production of the film.

    Monthly Film Bulletin, April 1938:99, ‘Ireland: West of Kerry’, review.

    Notice of the films release in Ireland.

    ‘Makers of "Island Man" Found A New World Off The Kerry Coast’, account of journey to the Blaskets to shoot film (Delia Kiernan).

    Typewritten synopsis and letter from the scriptwriter of The Island man, 19/11/53 (Donal O'Cahill).

    Cork Examiner, 25/1/57, ‘Loud praise for film on Blaskets: Private viewing in Killarney’, review of film and critics' quotes.

    Scannan, 21/3/1997:21, Special booklet describing films made in Kerry, production details (in English and Irish), and the film's premiere (Kevin Rockett).

    ‘Islandman (aka West of Kerry, Eileen Aroon)’, synopsis of film.
    DistributorButcher's Film Service (GB)
    J.H. Hoffberg (USA)
    LocationBlasket Islands
    Kerry
    Production creditsp.c: Scannan Chumann Naisiunta na hEireann/Irish National Film Corporation. A Frank Duffy Production, p: Victor Taylor, d: Patrick Keenan Heale, sc: Heale from a story by Donal O'Cahill, c: Sidney Baton, s: Leo Wilkins, a.d: Harold Webb, ed: J Neill-Brown, m.d: Horace Sheldon, m.c: Eamonn Gallagher, songs: 'Eileen Aroon', 'The Spinning Song' sung by Eileen Curran, GB distr: Butcher's Film Service; USA distr: J H Hoffberg.
    Assistan directorWEBB, Harold
    Music arrangementSHELDON, Horace
    Genre/CategoryFeature Film Drama

    TitlePENNY PARADISE
    Production companyAssociated Talking Pictures
    Basil Dean Productions
    Country of originGreat Britain
    ProducerDEAN, Basil
    DirectorREED, Carol
    Script/AdaptationTHOMPSON, Thomas
    MEADE, W.L.
    BROWNE, Thomas
    PhotographyNEAME, Ronald
    DINES, Gordon
    Sound recordingWILLIAMS, Eric
    EditingALDRIDGE, Ernest
    Music composerPARR-DAVIES, Harry
    O'DONOVAN, Harry
    Songs'Biddy Mulligan' sung by Jimmy O'Dea
    CastEdmund Gwenn (Joe Higgins), Jimmy O'Dea {Pat}, Betty Driver
    (Betty Higgins), Maire O'Neill (Widow Clegg), Jack Livesey (Bert), Ethel
    Coleridge (Aunt Agnes), Syd Crossley (Uncle Lancelot), James Harcourt
    (Amos Cook), Lloyd Pearson, Frederick Burtwell.
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourb&w
    Soundsound
    Duration72
    Footage6476
    Format35mm
    Release date1939
    SummaryIn Liverpool, Joe Higgins, a tugboat captain on the Mersey, has ambitions to win the football pools and to command a new tugboat, the 'Mersey Queen'. Believing he has won the pools, he throws a party in the local pub, the Casino. As a result of his win, his relationship with Widow Clegg becomes disharmonious, his daughter Betty is pursued by Bert who is only interested in her money, and teetotaller Aunt Agnes claims a share of the money. Joe's employer, Amos Cook, realises that Joe could be a competitor with his own tugboat and offers him the job of skipper of the 'Mersey Queen'. Meanwhile, Joe's mate Pat tries to tell Betty he forgot to post the pools coupon, and that Bert is only interested in her money. After falling out with Widow Clegg over the money, Joe asks Pat to declare he forgot to post the coupon, and initially thinks that Pat's declarations about the coupon are only pretences. Widow Clegg and Joe are reconciled, while Aunt Agnes threatens legal action against Joe over a share of the money. At the police station where Joe is summoned for the unpaid party bill. Pat succeeds in stopping Bert from informing Cook that Joe didn't win the money. While Bert is in a prison cell, Betty gets Cook to publicly declare that her father got the captain's job on merit and not because he won the money. After Betty breaks up with Bert, she and Pat finally acknowledge their love for each other. (V).
    NoteRe-issued in 1948, distr: Equity British Film Productions. IR Rel ca. 20/2/1939.
    This film was made at the A.T.P. Studios, Baling, London.
    ReferenceIT 23/2/1939:3; KW 8/9/1938; MFB 1938:218; MPH 24/9/1938; SI 13/1/1939:3. Gifford 10514: Oct 1938; KW 22/1/1948; TC 16/1/1948.
    DistributorAssociated British Film Distributors
    Equity British Film Productions
    KeywordsIrish in Britain
    Migration
    Irish Diaspora
    Tugboats
    Pools
    Lottery
    Gambling
    LocationLiverpool
    Production creditsp.c: Associated Talking Pictures. A Basil Dean production, p: Basil Dean, d: Carol Reed, sc/dial: Thomas Thompson, W L Meade, Thomas Browne from a story suggested by Dean, super: Jack Kitchin, c: Ronald Neame, Gordon Dines, art d: Wilfrid Shingleton, ed: Ernest Aldridge, a.d: Basil Dearden, m/lyr: Harry Parr-Davies, Harry O'Donovan, song: 'Biddy Mulligan' sung by Jimmy O'Dea, s: Eric Williams, GB distr: Associated British Film Distributors.
    Art directionSHINGLETON, Wilfred
    Genre/CategoryFeature Film Drama
    Comedy

    TitleSPOTLIGHT SADIE
    SAINTLY SHOW-GIRL, THE
    Production companyGoldwyn Pictures Corp
    Diva Pictures Inc
    Country of originUSA
    ProducerGOLDWYN, Samuel
    DirectorTRIMBLE, Laurence
    Script/AdaptationWILSON, Charles J.
    ALLEN BROWNE, Lewis
    CastMae Marsh (Sadie Sullivan), Wallace MacDonald (Dick Carrington),
    Mary Thurman (Hazel Harris), Betty Schade (Dollie Delmar), Alee B
    Francis (Reverend John Page), Walter Hiers (Jack Mills), P M
    McCullough (Reggie Delmar), Wellington Playter (O'Keefe), Lou Salter
    (Nancy O'Keefe), Richard Carlyle, Alice Davenport.
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourb&w
    Soundsil
    Format35mm
    Release date1919
    SummarySadie Sullivan from Ireland arrives in New York to live with her married sister. She is disappointed to find her in poverty and having a worthless husband. She finds it difficult to get a job, but after reading of the wedding of a chorus girl and a millionaire, she decides to go on the stage. Her brother-in-law jeers at this notion, but Sadie succeeds in gaining entry through the stage door of a music theatre where she is helped by Hazel Harris, one of the chorus girls, and given a job. She is befriended by Reverend John Page, a mission clergyman, and is seen reading the bible at the theatre. Her demure manner is treated as a joke by the other girls, but the press agent. Jack Mills, plays her up as 'The Saintly Show Girl'. This brings her to the attention of Dick Carrington, a wealthy young society man, who had previously been involved with Dollie Delmar, the prima donna of the show. Sadie and Dick become engaged, but Dollie finds out and is intent on revenge. She unsuccessfully tries to tarnish Sadie's reputation by luring her to a roadhouse which is raided by the police. When Dick also arrives Rev Page explains to him why Sadie was there, and the couple are reunited. (MPN 3/5/1919:2905; MPW 3/5/1919:715).
    Note5 reels. USA Rel 6/4/1919. This film's original title was THE SAINTLY SHOW-GIRL.
    ReferenceETR 26/4/1919:1607; FD 20/4/1919; Var 25/4/1919:80; Wid's 20/4/1919:27. AFI Cat 1911-1920:879.
    DistributorGoldwyn Distributing Corp (USA)
    KeywordsIrish-Americans
    Emigration
    Chorus Girls
    Show Business
    Production creditsp.c: Goldwyn Pictures Corp, pres: Samuel Goldwyn, d: Laurence TFilmble,
    sc: Charles J Wilson Jr from a story by Lewis Allen Browne, c: Edward W
    Willat, USA distr: Goldwyn Distributing Corp.
    Genre/CategoryFeature Film Drama

    TitleDR BROWNE ALSO SPOKE
    Production companyOcean Films
    Radio Telefís Éireann/RTE
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerTIERNAN, Catherine
    DirectorSTAPLETON, Frank
    Script/AdaptationHIGGINS, Michael D.
    PhotographyKEADY, Bill
    Sound recordingSAURIN, Liam
    DELANEY, Paul
    McBRIDE, Gerry
    EditingO'Scolaí, Cóilín
    ESSLEMONT, Alan
    Production assistantCARRAGHER, Glyn
    COSGROVE, Deirdre
    MALONEY, Orla
    Songs'Hercules Dux Ferrarial Nomos No. 1', (Sean O'Riada)
    'The Fool' (P.H. Pearse)
    AcknowledgementsPhyllis Browne
    Iarnród Éireann/Irish Rail
    Colourb&w/col
    Soundsound
    Duration52
    Production date1992
    TX channelRTE 2
    TX date12/10/1992
    CopyIFA
    IFA (VHS)
    RTE
    SummaryA 50 minute one-on-one interview with former Minister for Health Dr. Noel Browne by Michael D. Higgins, T.D which takes place during a train journey. The film features a short excerpt from OUR COUNTRY and other archival material interspersed with the conversation. On a train journey across Irish, Dr Noel Browne argues for "imaginative patriotism" in this provocative documentary portrait by Michael D. Higgins.
    KeywordsDr. Noel Browne
    Patriotism
    Michael D. Higgins
    Health
    Politics
    Production creditsp.c: Ocean Film Production in Association with Radio Telefís Eireann, p: Catherine Tiernan, d: Frank Stapleton, roduction credits (in order of appearence): Telegael; interview and script: Michael D. Higgins, c: Billy Keady, sound: Liam Saurin, Paul Delaney, Gerry McBride, ed: Cóilín Ó Scolaí, Alan Esslemont, dub. mix.: Enda Boner, tech.: Ciarán Ó Tuairisc, Aengus Cullinan, p.a.s: Glyn Carragher, Deirdre Cosgrove, Orla Maloney, m: Hercules Dux Ferrarial Nomos No. 1, Sean O'Riada, 'The Fool' by P.H. Pearse, Archive - Radio Telefís Eireann, Liam O'Leary Film Archives, Lecture 'Church and State in Modern Irish' at Queen's University Belfast; in acknowledgement: Phyllis Browne, Iarnród Éireann/Irish Rail; p: Catherine Tiernan, d: Frank Stapleton; An Ocean Film Production in Association with Radio Telefís Eireann © Ocean Film Productions 1992, col, 52 mins, 1992.
    Dubbing mixBONER, Enda
    Archive sourcesRadio Telefís Eireann
    Liam O'Leary Film Archives
    Lecture "Church and State in Modern Irish" at Queen's University Belfast;
    Genre/CategoryTV Documentary

    TitleKICKHAMS, THE
    Production companyHot Shot Films
    Rossellini and Associates
    BFI
    Pelicula Films
    DBA Television Belfast
    Country of originNorthern Ireland
    ProducerBYRNE, Brendan J.
    ROSSELLINI, Gil
    CATALANO, Francesco
    DirectorBYRNE, Brendan J.
    PhotographyDORNEY, Peter
    Sound recordingMOORE, Mervyn
    EditingHABER, Karl
    Assistant photographyDAVIS, John T. (Additional)
    HAMMOND, Conor (Additional)
    YOUNG, Alan (Additional)
    Sound assistantDICKINSON, Alan (Additional)
    Assistant editorCONTI, Giorgio (Additional)
    OLIVIERI, Roberto
    DOMINICI, Tonino
    BIAGGIOTTI, Fausto
    Music composerO'CONNOR, Mairtín
    FAULKNER, Jimmy
    Music performanceO'CONNOR, Mairtín
    FAULKNER, Jimmy
    MARTIN, Neil
    Songs'No Frontiers' (Jimmy McCarthy), Performed by Mary Black
    'On Eagle's Wings' Performed by Deirdre Harrison & Ardoyne Youth Choir
    AcknowledgementsArdoyne Kickhams G.A.C. Joe Byrne & Family Frank McCorry, Pat Murphy, Paddy McArdle, Briege Mooney, Frank McCallan, Pauline Larkin, Joe Lavery, Gerard Byrne, John Murphy, Jimmy Fennel, Greg Darby, Catherine Creed, Peter Flood, Dominic Fitzpatrick, Olivia Garret, Peter Millar, Holy Cross Church - Ardoyne, Ardoyne Fleadh Cheoil Committee '92, Marcas O'Murchu Ceilí Band, Flying Fox Films
    Colourcol
    Soundsound
    Production date1993
    Release date1993
    TX channelRTE 2
    TX date28/08/1995
    CopyIFA
    IFA (VHS)
    SummaryProfile of the Belfast Gaelic Football Team based in the Ardoyne area and the cultural and political complications which result from their activities.
    NoteShown on Network 2 as part of the NORTHERN Irish SEASON (28th August 1995).
    ReferenceCork Film Festival 1993 brochure, p.29.

    The Kickhams: a Brendan J. Byrne Film. Publicity: credits lists and contact addresses for the film.

    Film Ireland, Aug/Sep. 1993:26 (Fiona Keane).

    ‘Tears and joy as Kickhams film gets invitation only premiere’, report of the film's premiere giving production details and audience reaction to it (Gerard Millar).

    Interview with Brendan Byrne about making the film.
    KeywordsSports
    Belfast
    Gaelic Football
    Ardoyne
    Production creditsp.c: Hot Shot Films and Rossellini & Associates, d/sc: Brendan J. Byrne, (in order of appearence) With special thanks: Ardoyne Kickhams G.A.C., Joe Byrne & Family; film ed: Carl Haber, ph: Peter Dorney, s: Mervyn Moore, m: Mairtin O'Connor, Jimmy Faulkner, p: Brendan J. Byrne, Gil Rossellini, Francesco Catalano, Developed in association with BFI, DBA TV Belfast, PELICULA FILMS, Glasgow; adt. ph.: John T. Davis, Conor Hammond, Alan Young, rostrum: Ken Morse, addtnl s: Alan Dickinson, production team: Carol Moorehead, Tore Sansonetti, Sabrina Battaglia, addt ed: Giorgio Conti, Roberto Olivieri, Tonino Dominici, Fausto Biaggiotti, archive research: Tom Cowles, archive: Ulster Television, legal adv.: Chilton Jones, post production facilities: Fono Roma, s.mix: Renato Giannelli, s.ed: Giorgio Conti, Digital telecine & titles dsgn: Technosound Video, Rome, opticals: Studio 51, London, musicians: Mairtin O'Connor (accordion), Jimmy Faulkner (guitars), Neil Martin (uileann pipes), original music recorded by Paul Ashe-Browne, The Barn Studio, Wicklow, Ireland, 'No Frontiers' written by Jimmy McCarthy, performed by Mary Black, 'On Eagle's Wings' performed by Deirdre Harrison & Ardoyne Youth Choir; thanks also: Frank McCorry, Pat Murphy, Paddy McArdle, Briege Mooney, Frank McCallan, Pauline Larkin, Joe Lavery, Gerard Byrne, John Murphy, Jimmy Fennel, Greg Darby, Catherine Creed, Peter Flood, Dominic Fitzpatrick, Olivia Garret, Peter Millar, Holy Cross Church - Ardoyne, Ardoyne Fleadh Cheoil Committee '92, Marcas O'Murchu Ceilí Band, Flying Fox Films, sc/d: Brendan J. Byrne; Hot Shot Films and Rossellini & Associates; © Channel Four Television London, 1993, col, 1993.
    Rostrum cameraMORSE, Ken
    Production teamMOOREHEAD, Carol
    SANSONETTI, Tore
    BATTAGLIA, Sabrina
    Genre/CategorySport

    TitleBALLYSEEDY
    Production companyRadio Telefís Eireann/RTE
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerHAND, Frank
    DirectorHAND, Frank
    Script/AdaptationBUTLER, Pat
    PhotographyO'REILLY, Pat (Cameras)
    KAVANAGH, Bernard (Lighting)
    BYRNEM Breffni (Lighting Cameraman)
    CULLITON, Cedric (Lighting Cameraman)
    GAVIN, Phil (Video Tape Recordist)
    Sound recordingDOWLEY, Paul (Sound)
    DUFFY, Eddie (Location Recording)
    SEAVERS, Alan (Location Recording)
    EditingDAWSON, James (AVID Editor)
    Executive producerMcCARTHY, Mick
    Assistant photographyCULLITON, Simon
    KELLY, Oisín
    Production assistantMCHENRY, Lina
    Music composerO'RIADA, Peadar
    Music performanceRTE Concert Orchestra
    O'DUINN, Proinnsias
    CastBarry Cassin (Lt. Col. Niall Harrington), Michael McElhatton (Comdt. Ed. Breslin), Alan O'Neill (Capt. Jim Clarke), John Fraher (Paddy Pats O'Connor), Michael O'Sullivan (Stephen Fuller), Malachy McKenna (Maj. Gen. Paddy O'Daly), Ciaran McMahon (General Richard Mulcahy), Justin Aylmer (Bill Bailley), Fran Brennan (Maj. Gen. Price), Tracey Bolger, Charlie Bonner, Robert Devance, Brenan Dineen, Claire Dowling, Katie Dowling, Graham Doyle, Michael Dunphy, George Fields, Brendan Galvin, Tom Herlihy, Finbar Higgins, Paul Hughes, Frank Keane, Mark Kiernan, Eoin Kingston, Gerard Lee, Andrew Lovern, Kevin Lynch, Les Martin, Pat Melia, Richard Moloney, Keith Moynihan, Dermot Murphy, Brendan McDonald, John Niland, Robert O'Connor, Eunan O'Neill, Hugh O'Neill, Brian O'Rourke, Tanja Raab, Michael Rogers, Damien Ryan, Catherine Spangler, Charlie Walker.
    AcknowledgementsNuala Jordan, The Defence Forces, Military Archives, Cathal Brugha Barracks, The National Library, UCD Archives Dept., Fitzgerald Papers, Moss Twomey Papers, Ernie O'Malley Papers, The BBC, Kathleen Browne, Kerry County Librarian, Hugh Lane Gallery, Group Theatre, Tralee, Zyber Theatre Company, Tralee, 'The Kerryman', Pádraig Kenneally of 'Kerry's Eye', The Examiner, Con Casey, Kathleen Larkin, Eoin Neeson, Robert Casey, Luke Kane, George Rice, John O'Shea, Joe Taylor, Martin Moore, Annie Boyle-Lenihan, Paudie Fuller, Nora Nolan, Bryan MacMahon, Anne O'Brien, Thomas O'Connor, Thomas Thompson, Peig Hickey, Nora Fleming, Eddie Barrett, Richard Boylan, Seán and Michael Buckley, Jim Dukes, Jack Godfrey, Larry Keane, John and William Lenihan, Tom McEllistrim, Mary McSwiney, Áine Meade, Dermot O'Connor, Michael O'Connell, Rory O'Connor, Ted O'Donoghue, Sheila Stack, Peig Hayes, Gerry Twomey, Donie and Kathleen Walsh, May Stack, Ann Walsh, Marion Fitzmaurice, Bryan McManus; The Players: Barry Cassin (Lt. Col. Niall Harrington), Michael McElhatton (Comdt. Ed. Breslin), Alan O'Neill (Capt. Jim Clarke), John Fraher (Paddy Pats O'Connor), Michael O'Sullivan (Stephen Fuller), Malachy McKenna (Maj. Gen. Paddy O'Daly), Ciaran McMahon (General Richard Mulcahy), Justin Aylmer (Bill Bailley), Fran Brennan (Maj. Gen. Price); with: Tracey Bolger, Charlie Bonner, Robert Devance, Brenan Dineen, Claire Dowling, Katie Dowling, Graham Doyle, Michael Dunphy, George Fields, Brendan Galvin, Tom Herlihy, Finbar Higgins, Paul Hughes, Frank Keane, Mark Kiernan, Eoin Kingston, Gerard Lee, Andrew Lovern, Kevin Lynch, Les Martin, Pat Melia, Richard Moloney, Keith Moynihan, Dermot Murphy, Brendan McDonald, John Niland, Robert O'Connor, Eunan O'Neill, Hugh O'Neill, Brian O'Rourke, Tanja Raab, Michael Rogers, Damien Ryan, Catherine Spangler, Charlie Walker
    Colourb&w/col
    Soundsound
    Duration91
    Production date1997
    Release date1997
    TX channelRTE 1
    TX date12/11/1997
    CopyRTE
    SummaryDocudrama detailing an atrocity which occurred during the Irish Civil War. The film was the final result of some five years research by writer Pat Butler. In March of 1923 an incident at Ballyseedy Co. Kerry turned out to be one of the most covered up atrocities of the Irish civil war. Members of the IRA were tied together and forced on to mines, resulting in the deaths of nine men. With the aid of dramatisation, and interview, this documentary tells the story of the people involved.
    ReferenceFI December 1997/January 1998 Issue 62 pp.39-40.
    RTE guide vol21
    RTE guide issue46
    KeywordsIrish Civil War
    Ballyseedy
    Kerry
    IRA
    Irish History
    Production creditsd: Frank Hand, acknowledgements: Nuala Jordan, The Defence Forces, Military Archives, Cathal Brugha Barracks, The National Library, UCD Archives Dept., Fitzgerald Papers, Moss Twomey Papers, Ernie O'Malley Papers, The BBC, Kathleen Browne, Kerry County Librarian, Hugh Lane Gallery, Group Theatre, Tralee, Zyber Theatre Company, Tralee, 'The Kerryman', Pádraig Kenneally of 'Kerry's Eye', The Examiner, Con Casey, Kathleen Larkin, Eoin Neeson, Robert Casey, Luke Kane, George Rice, John O'Shea, Joe Taylor, Martin Moore, Annie Boyle-Lenihan, Paudie Fuller, Nora Nolan, Bryan MacMahon, Anne O'Brien, Thomas O'Connor, Thomas Thompson, Peig Hickey, Nora Fleming, Eddie Barrett, Richard Boylan, Seán and Michael Buckley, Jim Dukes, Jack Godfrey, Larry Keane, John and William Lenihan, Tom McEllistrim, Mary McSwiney, Áine Meade, Dermot O'Connor, Michael O'Connell, Rory O'Connor, Ted O'Donoghue, Sheila Stack, Peig Hayes, Gerry Twomey, Donie and Kathleen Walsh, May Stack, Ann Walsh, Marion Fitzmaurice, Bryan McManus; The Players: Barry Cassin (Lt. Col. Niall Harrington), Michael McElhatton (Comdt. Ed. Breslin), Alan O'Neill (Capt. Jim Clarke), John Fraher (Paddy Pats O'Connor), Michael O'Sullivan (Stephen Fuller), Malachy McKenna (Maj. Gen. Paddy O'Daly), Ciaran McMahon (General Richard Mulcahy), Justin Aylmer (Bill Bailley), Fran Brennan (Maj. Gen. Price); with: Tracey Bolger, Charlie Bonner, Robert Devance, Brenan Dineen, Claire Dowling, Katie Dowling, Graham Doyle, Michael Dunphy, George Fields, Brendan Galvin, Tom Herlihy, Finbar Higgins, Paul Hughes, Frank Keane, Mark Kiernan, Eoin Kingston, Gerard Lee, Andrew Lovern, Kevin Lynch, Les Martin, Pat Melia, Richard Moloney, Keith Moynihan, Dermot Murphy, Brendan McDonald, John Niland, Robert O'Connor, Eunan O'Neill, Hugh O'Neill, Brian O'Rourke, Tanja Raab, Michael Rogers, Damien Ryan, Catherine Spangler, Charlie Walker, (Catherine Spangler appears by permission of 'Siamsa Tíre', Tralee; research, sc/original teleplay: Pat Butler, m: Peadar Ó Riada, perf by: The RTE Concert Orchestra, cond: Proinnsias Ó Duinn, s. engnr: Aodán Ó Dubhghaill, graphic dsgn: Jill Simpson, rostrum: Nico Vermuelen, vista op: Martha Powell, make-up: Antoinette Forbes-Curham, Eveleen Lunny, ward: Brigitte Horan, Catherine Manning, property master: Liam Cummins, property buyers: Joanne MacAvin, Ruth McDonnell, staging: Conor O'Brien; studio carpenters: Ned O'Byrne, Jim Mooney, painter: Des Davis, stage manager: Maggie Stewart, vision mixer: Gerry Ring, floor manager: Niamh Farren, video tape recordist: Phil Gavin, c: Pat O'Reilly, s: Paul Dowley, light: Bernard Kavanagh; Location: sp.effs: Maurice Foley, armourer: John McKenna, elec super: Eddie Bolger, Joe Kerins, asst c: Simon Culliton, Oisín Kelly, lighting c: Breffni Byrne, Cedric Culliton, location s: Eddie Duffy, Alan Seavers, p.a.: Úna McHenry, online ed: Tom Bannon, post p s: Peter Fletcher, Gerri McCaffrey, avid ed: James Dalton, dsgn: Jay Clements, Paula Farrell, exec.p.: Mick McCarthy, p/d: Frank Hand. © 1997.
    ResearchBUTLER, Pat
    Post production soundFLETCHER, Peter
    On-line editorBANNON, Tom (On-Line Editor)
    Genre/CategoryDrama Documentary
    Historical

    Series/Newsreel titleTRUE LIVES
    Episode/Item titleGreen Fields Of France, The
    Production companyYellow Asylum Films
    Radio Telefís Éireann/RTE
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerMAHON, Martin
    DirectorGILSENAN, Alan
    PhotographyGILSENAN, Alan
    EditingHICKEY, Lee
    O'BRIEN, Colm
    Assistant editorBRADY, Tony
    NarratorMcGUINNESS, Frank (Patrick MacGill)
    FALLON, Peter (Francis Ledwidge)
    BANVILLE, John (Thomas Kettle)
    AcknowledgementsThe Imperal War Museum, and Blackstaff Press, Fr. Browne S.J. Collection, Caliban Books, Dublin Fusiliers Society, Irish Academic Press, Col. Francis Law, Joe Little, The Longman Group, Myles Dungan, National Army Museum, RTE Archive, Tom Burke, Seán Connolly, Dublin Fusiliers Society, Myles Dungan, Margaret Ward, Pauline O'Rourke, Deirdre Scully, Valerie McCarthy, and Marsha Hunt
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourb&w/col
    Soundsound
    Duration50
    Production date1998
    Release date1998
    TX channelRTE 1
    TX date02/11/1998
    SummaryDetails of the Irish role in the First World War, featuring poetry excerpts from writers and poets.
    ReferenceIrish Times (Weekend), 31/10/98:7, ‘Trying to show the emptiness’, article on the first World War documentary The Green Fields of France by director Alan Gilsenan (Rosita Boland).

    Sunday Independent (Living and Leisure), 01/11/98:33L, TV preview of the documentary The Green Fields of France by director Alan Gilsenan (Sarah Caden).

    Sunday Tribune (Review), 01/11/98:11, TV preview of the documentary The Green Fields of France by director Alan Gilsenan.

    Irish Times, 07/11/98:7, review of the TV screening of the documentary film The Green Fields of France by director Alan Gilsenan (Eddie Holt).

    Sunday Business Post (Agenda), 08/11/98:40, review of the documentary The Green Fields of France by director Alan Gilsenan.

    Sunday Independent (Living and Leisure), 08/11/98:32, review of the documentary film The Green Fields of France by director Alan Gilsenan.
    RTE guide vol22
    RTE guide issue45
    KeywordsWorld War I
    Writers
    Poetry
    Production creditsp.c: A Yellow Asylum Films Production for Radio Telefís Eireann/RTE, p: Martin Mahon, d: Alan Gilsenan, Dedicated to the memory of the Irish who died in World War One. voices: Frank McGuinness (Patrick MacGill), Peter Fallon (Francis Ledwidge), John Banville (Thomas Kettle), Paul Buckley, Tom Burke, David Collins, Daniel Costello, Peter Holmes, Paul Keeley, Conor Lambert, Jim Luke, James McClatchie, Michael MacElhatton, Séamus Maloney, Padraig Murray, David Pearse, Myles Purcell, Joan Sheehy, Hugh Sloan, Jayne Snow, and Brendan Behan; Archive Material courtesy of: The Imperal War Museum, and Blackstaff Press, Fr. Browne S.J. Collection, Caliban Books, Dublin Fusiliers Society, Irish Academic Press, Col. Francis Law, Joe Little, The Longman Group, Myles Dungan, National Army Museum, RTE Archive; Yellow Asylum Films would like to thank: Tom Burke, Seán Connolly, Dublin Fusiliers Society, Myles Dungan, Margaret Ward, Pauline O'Rourke, Deirdre Scully, Valerie McCarthy, and Marsha Hunt; legal advisor: James Hickey, rostrum: Nico Vermeulen, telecine/colourist: Dave Gibson, tape operator: Fionnuala Gilmartin, a.ed.: Tony Brady, online ed.: Colm O'Brien, title sequences: Dave Quinn, dub.mix.: Paddy Gibbons, archive research: Liam Wylie, Super 8mm ph.: Alan Gilsenan, ed.: Lee Hickey, p: Martin Mahon, d: Alan Gilsenan; A Yellow Asylum Films Production for Radio Telefís Eireann/RTE.col, 50 mins, TX: RTE1 12/11/1998.
    Dubbing mixGIBBONS, Paddy
    ResearchWYLIE, Liam
    GraphicsQUINN, Dave
    Rostrum cameraVERMEULEN, Nico
    Genre/CategoryTV Documentary Series

    TitleREBELLION
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerDAWSON, Kevin
    DirectorHAYES, Brian
    Script/AdaptationDAWSON, Kevin
    PhotographyDOLAN, Nick (Location Camera - Paris)
    Sound recordingDUFFY, Eddie
    EditingBYRNE, Breffni
    Assistant editorNUGENT, Nathan
    Production assistantCLARKE, Rosemary
    DUNNE, Denise
    Music composerWALSH, John
    Music performanceWALSH, John
    Presenter/ReporterO'SHANNON, Cathal
    AcknowledgementsThe President's Collection Áras an Uachtaráin, The National Gallery of Ireland, The National Library of Ireland, Folklore Department UCD, The Board of Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland Film Archive, Monaghan County Museum, The Ulster Museum, The Linenhall Library, Belfast, Belfast Public Libraries, Campbell College, Belfasst, Public Record Office of Northern Ireland, Public Record Office, Kew, The Royal Collection © Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, The Bridgeman Art Library, The National Portrait Gallery, London, The Scottish National Portrait Gallery, e.t. Archive, London, The National Maritime Museum, London, Getty Images, London, The National Army Museum, Chelsea, Pathe News Library, The Rt Hon Sir Richard Needham, Photothéque des Musées de la Ville de paris, Réunion des Musées Nationaux, Paris, Musée de la Marine, Paris. RTE gratefully acknowledges the assistance of the Government's 1798 Commemorative Committee. RTE wishes to thank: The National Gallery of Ireland, The National Museum of Ireland, The National Library of Ireland, The Brigade of the American Revolution Fort Lee, New Jersey, Bernard Browne, Comóradh '98, Bill Murray, The Carrickbyrne '98 Committee, Chris Forrestal, The Office of Public Works, An Garda Siochána, The Army Press Office, The Army Equitation School, An Taisce, Trinity College, Dublin, Bank of Ireland, The Guinness Hopstore, Kilmainham Gaol Museum, Na Piobairí Uileann Teo, St. Werburgh's Church, Dublin, The Brazen Head, Dublin, Rathaspick House, Co. Wexrod, W.B. Nunn Ltd., Wexford, The Honourable Society of Kings Inns, Dublin, Newman House, Dublin, Loreto Abbey, Rathfarnham, Dublin, Ambassade de France en Irlande, The Royal Ulster Constabulary, Belfast City Council, Antrim Borough Council, Ards District Council, The Ordnance Survey, Gerry Hamilton, John Danaher
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourb&w/col
    Soundsound
    Duration50
    Production date1998
    TX channelRTE 1
    TX date13/05/1998
    CopyRTE
    SummaryThree part documentary. An extensive accnt. of the 1798 rebellion broadcast as part of the bicentennial commemorations.
    NoteThe series featured dramatic reconstruction, computer animation and a variety of illustrative techniques. It was later released on videocassette and there was also a special tie-in book.
    Keywords1798 Rebellion
    Irish History
    Production creditsp.c.: RTE, d: Brian Hayes, exec.p/sc: Kevin Dawson, pres: Cathal O'Shannon, consultant historians: Dr Dáire Keogh, Prof Thomas Bartlett, original music composed and performed by: John Walsh, stills ph.: Dennis O'Farrell, Illustrations and archive research: Gabrielle Brocklesby, archive sources: The President's Collection Áras an Uachtaráin, The National Gallery of Ireland, The National Library of Ireland, Folklore Department UCD, The Board of Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland Film Archive, Monaghan County Museum, The Ulster Museum, The Linenhall Library, Belfast, Belfast Public Libraries, Campbell College, Belfasst, Public Record Office of Northern Ireland, Public Record Office, Kew, The Royal Collection © Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, The Bridgeman Art Library, The National Portrait Gallery, London, The Scottish National Portrait Gallery, e.t. Archive, London, The National Maritime Museum, London, Getty Images, London, The National Army Museum, Chelsea, Pathe News Library, The Rt Hon Sir Richard Needham, Photothéque des Musées de la Ville de paris, Réunion des Musées Nationaux, Paris, Musée de la Marine, Paris. opening animation: John Hayes, animated graphics: Susan Bresnihan, Tim Redfern, graphic dsgn.: Paul Scott, rostrum: Nico Vermeulen, Lorraine Sherry, electrical super.: Eddie Bolger, location camera (Paris): Nick Dolan, grips: Simon Culliton, Richard Egan, Malcolm Huse, Oisín Kelly, Steadicam op: Tim Lawless, s: Eddie Duffy, post-production sound: Peter Fletcher, Gerri McCaffery, online ed.s: Justin Byrne, Fred Dowdall, Declan Lucas, Alan Magrath, a.ed.: Nathan Nugent, research: Eileen Heron, Mick Peelo, production a.s: Rosemary Clarke, Denise Dunne, p. co-ord.: Monica Cowley, light.c.man: Breffni Byrne, video ed.: Seán Farrell, d: Brian Hayes, writer and exec.p.: Kevin Dawson. RTE © 1998. RTE gratefully acknowledges the assistance of the Government's 1798 Commemorative Committee. RTE wishes to thank: The National Gallery of Ireland, The National Museum of Ireland, The National Library of Ireland, The Brigade of the American Revolution Fort Lee, New Jersey, Bernard Browne, Comóradh '98, Bill Murray, The Carrickbyrne '98 Committee, Chris Forrestal, The Office of Public Works, An Garda Siochána, The Army Press Office, The Army Equitation School, An Taisce, Trinity College, Dublin, Bank of Ireland, The Guinness Hopstore, Kilmainham Gaol Museum, Na Piobairí Uileann Teo, St. Werburgh's Church, Dublin, The Brazen Head, Dublin, Rathaspick House, Co. Wexrod, W.B. Nunn Ltd., Wexford, The Honourable Society of Kings Inns, Dublin, Newman House, Dublin, Loreto Abbey, Rathfarnham, Dublin, Ambassade de France en Irlande, The Royal Ulster Constabulary, Belfast City Council, Antrim Borough Council, Ards District Council, The Ordnance Survey, Gerry Hamilton, John Danaher, col, 3 X 50 mins, TX: RTE1 13/05/1998, May 1998.
    Historical advisorKEOGH, Dr. Dáire
    BARTLETT, Prof. Thomas
    ResearchBROCKLESBY, Gabrielle
    HERON, Eileen
    PEELO, Mick
    AnimationHAYES, John (Opening Animation)
    Bresnihan, Susan (Animation Graphics)
    REDFERN, Tim (Animation Graphics)
    GraphicsSCOTT, Paul
    Camera gripCulliton, Simon
    Egan, Richard
    Huse, Malcolm
    Kelly, Oisín
    Electrical supervisorBOLGER, Eddie
    StillsO'FARRELL, Dennis
    Rostrum cameraVERMEULEN, Nico
    SHERRY, Lorraine
    Post production soundFLETCHER, Peter
    McCaffery, Gerry
    On-line editorBYRNE, Justin
    DOWDALL, Fred
    LUCAS, Declan
    MCGRATH, Alan
    Production co-ordinatorCOWLEY, Monica
    Video editorFARRELL, Sean
    Steadicam operatorLAWLESS, Tim
    Genre/CategoryTV Documentary

    Series/Newsreel titleHOODWINKED: IRISH WOMEN SINCE THE 1920S
    Episode/Item title1920s To 1940s
    Production companyEast Lane Films
    Radio Telefís Éireann/RTE
    Irish Film Board/Bord Scannán na hEireann
    Commission of the European Communities - DGS, with the support of DOCUMENTARY, an initiative of the MEDIA Programme of the European Communities
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerMcADAM, Trish
    DirectorMcADAM, Trish
    Script/AdaptationMcADAM, Trish
    PhotographyTANHAM, Ciaran
    EditingCREED, Catherine
    McLAUCHLAN, Neil (On-Line Editor)
    Executive producerSTONEMAN, Rod
    DUIGNAN, Claire
    Music composerBow Lane Studios
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    Soundsound
    Duration38
    FormatDigital Video
    Production date1997
    TX channelRTE 1
    TX date23/04/1997
    CopyIFA/RTE/UUC
    IFA (VHS)
    SummaryThree part series on Irish women and their societal roles in Ireland from the Twenties to the present.
    "How did women fare in the newly-formed Irish state? Interviews and archive footage combine to tell the tale of Ireland's political and social life looked at from a woman's point-of-view".
    ReferenceLog list of interviewees for the documentary series Hoodwinked by director Trish McAdam. Held at the Tiernan MacBride Library of the Irish Film Institute.

    Irish Times, 22/04/97, ‘Hoodwinking and housekeeping’, interview with Trish McAdam director of the new TV documentary series Hoodwinked which examines the role and place in society of women in Ireland since 1920 (Sylvia Thompson).
    RTE guide vol21
    RTE guide issue17
    KeywordsWomen
    Irish History
    Politics
    Production creditsp.c: An East Lane Films Production in association with Radio Telefís Eireann/RTE, p/d: Trish McAdam, (as per first episode In order of appearence) Archive Libraries: David Dillon Collection; Derek Spiers Collection; Irish Labour History Museum & Archive; National Library of Ireland Collection; Radio Telefís Eireann/RTE Radio & Film Archive; University College Dublin; The Father Browne S.J. Collection; The Irish Film Archive of the Film Institute of Ireland. Archive Sources: BBC Worldwide; Bórd na Mona; British Council, British Movietone News; British Pathé News; The Donegal Vindicator; G.A. Duncan; Gael-Linn; Government Departments Archives; Irish Countrywomen's Association; Irish Distillers Group; The Irish Independent; Irish Shell ltd; The Irish Times; Jennifer Leslie; Lila Hyland; Lisburn Camera Club; McConnells Advertising; Michelle Copper; Mrs. Flynn for Jack of All Maids; Peter Lennon; Pictorial; Radharc; Rex Roberts; Sighie Humphreys Collection; Sony Music Ireland. many thanks: Barbara Durack, Cathal Black, Donal Lunny, Donald Taylor Black, Dynphna Halpin, James Hickey, John Burgan, Josephine Doran, Mark Kilroy, Mary McGuigan, Grainne McAleer, Renne Perraudin, Terry Trench; exec. Producter for Bórd Scannán na hÉireann/The Irish Film Board: Rod Stoneman, exec.p. for Radio Telefís Eireann/RTE, Claire Duignan, title dsgn.: Public Communication Centre, title anim.: Studio Zenith, trainee p/d: Barry Dignam, research team: Mary Jones, Neil Regan, Fionnuala O'Connor, Daire O'Connel, John Killen, Harriet Devlin, Sue Gogan, Liam Wylie, m: Bow Lane Studios, p.m.: Anneliese O'Callaghan, p. accnt: Jim Doyle, s: Phillipe Faujas, David Harris, s.mix.: Ciarán O'Tuairise, dop.: Ciaran Tanham, a. c.: Declan Emerson, Mick O'Rourke, Ivor Fitzpatrick, online ed.: Neil McLauchlan, ed.: Catherine Creed, series cnslt: Mary Jones, p/d: Trish McAdam; Produced with the assistance of Bórd Scannán na hÉireann/The Irish Film Board, Commission of the European Communities - DGS, with the support of DOCUMENTARY, an initiative of the MEDIA Programme of the European Communities; An East Lane Films Production in association with Radio Telefís Eireann/RTE.
    Genre/CategoryTV Documentary Series

    Series/Newsreel titleEUREKA STREET
    Production companyEuphoria Films Productions
    Radio Telefís Éireann/RTE Independent Production Unit
    BBC Northern Ireland
    Country of originIreland
    Northern Ireland
    ProducerGARDINER, Sophie
    DirectorSHERGOLD, Adrian
    Script/AdaptationFRANCESCHILD, Donna
    PhotographyHOBSON, Daf
    Sound recordingMOORE, Marvin
    EditingSTOTHART, John
    Executive producerCOOPER, Robert
    HAVER, Deborah
    DUIGNAN, Clare (RTE:
    Music composerPHIPPS, Martin
    CastVincent Reagan (Jake), Mark Benton (Chuckie), Elizabeth Rohm (Max), Sorcha Cusack (Caroline), Dervla Kirwin (Aoirghe), Alan McKee (Crab), Marie Jones (Peggy), Des McAleer (Hally), Ciaran Owens (Roche), Fergal McElerron (Slat), Michael Liebman (Deasley), Robert Donovan (Septic Ted), George Shane (Bannon), Nuala O Neill (Orla), Bill Bailey (John Evans), Clare Higgins (Mrs Paxweir), David Howarth (Butler), Stan McGowan (Johnson), Susie Kelly (Mrs Johnson), Michael Fieldhouse (doctor), Stephen Killen (Paris taxi driver), Mark Hedges (Heathrow taxi driver), John Warnaby, Findlater), Roy Heayberd (Matt), Jacquie Galbraith (TV researcher), David Shodin (TV interviewer), Colin Murphy (Seamus), Richard Orr (Jimmy Eve), Maggie Shevlin (Mamie), Vincent Higgins (minder), Sean Caffery (old smoker), Mark McCrory (young smoker), Sheelagh O'Kane (nurse), Dolores McNally (Mrs Jenkins), Sammy Hackie (Mr Jenkins), Pamela Smyth (TV make up artist), Mark Caruthers (newsreader), Peter Richie (TV floor manager), Mark Mulholland (Tick), Paddy Jenkins (sunbed man), Derek Halligan (Ghintoss), David McCabe (McDuffin), Thomas Horican (McCabe), Thomas Lappin (Brian), Sarah Boyd Wilson (Mary), B.J. Hogg (John Long) Elanor Methuen (UDB woman), Paul Deeds (UDB man), Jaz Pollack (Large woman), Kate Mayne ( small woman)
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    SoundDolby Digital
    Release date1999
    CopyBBC/IFA
    SummaryEureka Street is a four-part series that follows the lives of Chuckie Lurgan, Jake Jackson and their friends through the events of the ceasefire, the subsequent peace process and the appearance of mysterious slogans around Belfast.
    ReferenceRTE Independent Productions Unit Listings.
    KeywordsTroubles
    Ceasefires
    Belfast
    Northern Ireland
    Production creditsp.c.: EUPHORIA FILMS FOR BBC Northern IRELAND IN ASSOC WITH RTE, p: Sophie Gardiner, d: Adrian Shergold, sc: Donna Franceschild, based on the novel by Robert McLiam Wilson, 1st a.d.: Andrew Woodhead, 2nd a.d.: Diane Wood, 3rd AD: Liam O'Donnell, floor runner: Raymond Kirk, extra co-ord.: Hillary Donivan, stunt.co-ord. Nrinder Dhudwar, p.co-ord.: Lisa Buckley, p.sec.: Moyra D'Arcey, p.trainees: Karen Laverty, Donna Fitzsymons, London p.co-ord: Helen Roshier, a.accnt: Anne O'Donohue, loc.m.: Steven Killen, a.loc.m.: Clare McBride, loc.a.:Colin McIvor, unit manager: Brian Cannon, loc.trainee: Catherine Geary, London loc.m.: Adam Browne, Paris loc.m.: Chris Ellis, sc.super: Wendy Yeoman, dialogue coach: Brendan Gunn, make-up a.: Pamela Smyth, Maggie Magee, ward mistress: Hazel Webb- Crozier, ward.a. : Steve Paciello, Nuala McCafferty, focus puller: Olly Tellet, clapper loader: Steve Lawes, grip: Roy Harrison, Stedicam-op.: Roger Tooley, gaffer: Andy Long, best boy: Martin Healey, unit nurse: Pauline McDonald, art d.: Shane Bunting, a.art d.: Gillian Devenney, draftsperson: Dave Arrowsmith, trainee art d.: Una Megee, production buyer: Robert Jones, special FX super: Martin Neill, props master: Steve Wheeler, dressing props: James Barr, John McCartney, standby props: Mark Hedges, Jerome McDonnell, cnstr.man.: Russell Fulton, master printer: Sean Scott, standby painter: Billy Armstrong, standby carpenter: Tommy Dowdalls, standby rigger: Drew Meldon, boom op.: Barry O'Sullivan, s.a.: Nathan Thompson, dubbing ed: Ben Norrington, dub.mix.: Steve Hudson, guitars: Ed O'Brien, Dave Munday, print trader: Trevor Butt, telecine: Chris Beeton, video post.p.: Robbie Hartwell, titles: Bill Keehner, post-p.super: Shelly Powell, p.exec.: Kevin Jackson, p.accnt.: Louise Westaway, make-up.dsgn.: Liz Boston, s: Marvin Moore, cost: Aideen Morgan, casting directors: Jon and Ross Hubbard, line p.: Jennifer McAufield, exec.p. (RTE): Clare Duigan, co-exec.p.: Kate Triggs, m: Martin Phipps, p.dsgn: Tom McCullagh, ed: John Stothart, dop: Daf Hobson, exec.p.s: Robert Cooper, Debra Haver.
    Art directionBUNTING, Shane
    DEVENNEY, Gillian
    Costume designMORGAN, Aideen
    RightsBBC N. IRELAND
    contact
    Kevin Jackson
    Assistant Head of Drama
    BBC Northern Ireland
    kevin.jackson@bbc.co.uk
    Production designMcCULLAGH, Tom
    Genre/CategoryTV Drama Series
    Political Drama
    Literary Adaptation

    TitleGAEILGOIR NOCHT, AN
    Production companyTelegael
    SponsorTG4
    Bord Scannán na hEireann/Irish Film Board
    Broadcasting Commission of Ireland/BCI
    Country of originIreland
    DirectorHARDIMAN, Neasa
    CastAonghus Weber (Eanna), Sorcha Ní Chéide, Carrie Crowley.
    LanguageIrish
    English
    Colourcol
    Soundsound
    Duration52
    TX channelTG4
    TX date31/10/2006
    CopyRTE
    SummaryEanna is a middle-aged Gaeilgoir living the dream in the Kerry Gaeltacht. His world starts to crumble when he discovers that his cherished Gaelic world is succumbing to an irresistible world of English – in the schools, in the cafes, and, most of all, in his own home. Even his wife and beloved daughter speak English behind his back. Unwilling to accept his discovery, Eanna leaves his family and takes to the road on a wild adventure, inadvertently becoming a cult hero for the Gaelic cause. But reality is catching up with Eanna as he finds life on the edge a little too much.
    NoteThis film was made on location at Cill Mhantáin, Kerry.
    KeywordsIrish language
    Marriage
    Production creditsp.c.: Telegael, comh-airgeadithe: Bord Scannán na hEireann/Irish Film Board, TG4, Broadcasting Commission of Ireland/BCI, stiúrthóir: Neasa Hardiman, leíritheoir: Brendan McCarthy, scríbhneoir: Marina Ní Dhubháin, scannánaíocht: Tim Fleming, eagarthóir: Cual MacConghail, ceol: Ronan Browne, dearadh léiríucháin: Adam May.
    Genre/CategoryTV Drama

    TitleSOLOMON 1
    Production companyBuckshee Films
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerMURPHY, Peter
    MORIARTY, Rachael
    DirectorWHELAN, Colm
    Script/AdaptationMURPHY, Peter
    MORIARTY, Rachael
    CastPatrick McDonnell, Joe Rooney, Fiona Browne, Paul Tylak.
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    Soundsound
    Duration15
    Release date1999
    TX channelRTE 2
    TX date25/08/1999
    SummaryShort film about an unprecented advance in brain surgery.
    NoteTX in RTE's DEBUT slot.
    RTE guide vol23
    RTE guide issue34
    KeywordsBrain surgery
    LocationKildare
    Genre/CategoryShort Film Drama
    Comedy

    Series/Newsreel titleSHORT CUTS
    Episode/Item titleSoldier's Song, A
    Production companyIndi Films Productions
    SponsorBórd Scánnán na hEireann/Irish Film Board Radio Teleifis Eireann
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerARMSTRONG, Jack
    DirectorLIDDY, Kevin
    Script/AdaptationLIDDY, Kevin
    PhotographyGILLIGAN, Donal
    Sound recordingFAUJAS, Philippe
    SongsHenryk Gorecki Symphony No. 3. Courtesy Naxos Records and Boosey & Hawkes
    Una Furtiva Lagrima by Donizetti. Sung by Count John McCormack. courtesy of Nymbus Records
    CastGary Lydon (Tony Doyle), Pat Kinebane (Jimmy Costello), Gregg Fitzgerald (Charlie Hanrahan), Ger Carey (Sergeant), Don Wycherley (Joe McEvoy), Pat Ainscough (Ordery), Frank O'Sullivan (Mr Doyle), David Walshe (Hanrahan's Mate), Les Martin (soldier #1), Brian Gilanny (soldier #2), Anthony Breaathnach (soldier #3), Stephen Rooney (soldier #4), Donal O'Shea (Tony Doyle (5 years), Niall O'Shea (Tony Doyle (10 years), Sorcha Tunney (young woman), Bernard Kirby (Hanrahan's father), Anne O'Neill (Hanrahan's mother)
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    SoundDolby Stereo
    Duration26
    Format35mm
    Release date1996
    TX channelRTE 2
    TX date22/04/1998
    CopyRTE/IFA
    SummaryA young army reservist, Tony Doyle, embarks on annual military camp. Doyle, as well as trying to come to terms with the painful memories of his boyhood, must also face the brutal realities of his present day army life. As he bears witness to more and more acts of victimisation he realises that although he cannot change the past, he does have the strength to tackle the present.
    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.
    Screened at the 9th Galway Film Fleadh, 8 - 13 July 1997.
    RTE guide vol22
    RTE guide issue17
    KeywordsIrish Army Reservists
    Childhood
    Manhood
    Military
    Childhood
    Production creditsp.c.: Indi Films, p: Jack Armstrong, d/sc: Kevin Liddy, Production Deisgner: Julian King, p.co-ord: Rachel Smith, p.a.: Nick Wilkinson, production runner: Edwina Forkin, 1st a. d: Martin O'Malley, 2nd a. d: Tanya Cawly, Third a.d.: Mary McCarthy, trainee a.d.: Sarah Murphy, loc.m.: David Morris, loc.a.: Katherine Guinness, Dept. of Defence: Hugh Crawford, dessing props: Paddy O'Neill, Frank Monahan, standby art dept: Edmund Walsh, focus puller: Kurt Savage, clapper/loader: Fionn Comerford, c.grip: Richard Egan, assistant grip: John Connon, tulip grip: Joe Quigley, cont: Emer Conroy, stills photograher: Pat Dowling, s: Phillipe Faujas, boom op: David Harris, ADR engnr: Cecilly Loughman, mus. engnr: Brian Masterson, dubbing mixer: Richard King, Worldwide Pictures, coster: Helen Kane, ward mistress: Judith Devlin, make-up: Siobhan Power, make-up a.: Sandra Kelly, Denise Watson, gaffer: Con Dempsey, best boy: Brian Sheridan, elec: Niall Mannion, Terry Eiffed, Nicky Fitzgerald, electrical driver: Billy Kavanagh, cast: Mary Maguire, Hubbard Casting, caterers: Fitzers, stunt.co-ord. Dominic Hewitt, stuntman: Donal O'Farrell, action vehicles: Stephen Carroll, special FX: Team FX Ltd. Kevin Byrne, Alden Byrne, Pat Redmond, security:Tibor Bajal, Depart. of Defence: Brendan Coughlan, Una McGarry, Irish Army Military Advisor: Sgt. John Kelly, Coolmooney Camp - Comdt. Kroke, St. Brickin's camp - Lt. Co. Browne, CQMS Lanagan, Gormanstown Barracks - Commdt. O'Donovan: Capt. McCarthy, CQMS Tiernan, Magee Barracks - Capt. Denver, Curragh Camp - Comdt. Harney, PDF Personnel: Gnr. John Aston, Paul Tobin, Andrew Cooke, James McKee, James Condron, Patrick Flavin. FCA Personnel of the 6th Field Artillery Regiment. Camera lenses: Panavision Ireland, Tulip Crane: Griptech, Lighting Film: Lighting Facilities, laboratory: Metrocolor, grader: Colin Coull, opticals: GSE, titles: John Downie, rostrum.c.: King Camera Services, couriers: Aerly Bird, legals: Barry Lyons, Lavelle Coleman, insurance:Network Insurance, p.accnts: Grant Sugure, film stock: Kodak (Ireland), Lightworks, Edit Line, assitant ed: Paul Murray. Thanks: Martin Armstrong, Lelia Doolan,Leslie and Gretta, Rod Stoneman, Catherine Liddy, James Flynn, Susan Liddy, James Flynn, Se Merry Doyle, Rock Solid Staging, Joe Comerford, Julia Johnson, John Leahy, Carol Moorhead, Moynihan Russell, Igloo, Brian McQue, Smith Kline Beecham, Peter Robertson, Lauren Murphy, Ardmore Sound, Cadbury's, Hillary Dully, Maureen Smith, Nicky Dunne, Guinness, Pat Keenan, Lucozade, FilmBase, Dan Birch, Jean Skinner, The Yard, Kevin Moriarty, Emma Scott, Michael Holland, Rachel Ballagh, Eurotech, Bill Dowling, Martha O'Neill, Cian de Buitleat, Soerse Devlin, Trinity College, Julia Johnson. Henryk Gorecki Symphony No. 3. Courtesy Naxos Records and Boosey & Hawkes. Una Furtiva LagFilma by Donizetti. sung by Count John McCormack. courtesy of Nymbus Records. original score mastered at Windmill Lane Studios, Dublin.
    Costume designKANE, Helen
    Production designKING, Julian
    Genre/CategoryShort Film Drama

    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

    TitleAGNES BROWNE
    MAMMY, THE
    Production companyHell's Kitchen
    October Films
    SponsorBórd Scánnán na hEireann/Irish Film Board
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerSHERIDAN, Jim
    LAPPIN, Arthur
    SMITH, Greg
    HUSTON, Anjelica
    DirectorHUSTON, Anjelica
    Script/AdaptationO'CARROLL, Brendan
    GOLDSMITH, John
    From Brendan O'Carroll's novel The Mammy
    PhotographyRICHMOND B.S.C., Anthony
    Sound recordingSUTTON, Peter
    EditingGARDOS, Eva
    Executive producerO'SULLIVAN, Morgan
    PALMIERI, Tim
    MANSFIELD, Laurie
    BROWN, Gerry
    STONEMAN, Rod
    Music composerMALONEY, Paddy
    CastAngelica Houston (Agnes Browne), Marion O'Dwyer (Marion), Ray Winston (Mr Billy), Arno Chevrier (Pierre), Gerard McSorley (Mr Aherne), Niall O'Shea (Mark Browne), Ciaran Owens (Frankie Browne), Roxanna Williams (Cathy Browne), Carl Power (Simon Browne), Mark Power (Dermot Browne), Gareth O'Connor (Rory Browne), James Lappin (Trevor Browne), Tom Jones (himself), Fionnula Murphy (girl at social security office), Gavin Kelty (Micko), Brendan O'Carroll (Seamus the drunk), Ronan Browne, Patrick O'Gorman, Des Leech, Michael O'Toole, Gerard Doyle, Kevin Clarkin, Desmond Wilkinson, Sean Corcoran (traditional musicians), Malachy Donnelly (Buddha), June Rogers (fat Annie), Jennifer Gibney (Winnie the Mackerel), Katriona Boland (Splish), Bernadette Lattimore (Splash), Richie Walker (Jaco the Box), Sean Fox (Liam the Sweeper), Pauline McCreery, Chrissie McCreery (women in market), Virginia Cole (woman with jumpers), Buster (Sparticus the dog), Steve Blount (Tommo Monks), Noirín Ní Riain (church soprano), Arthur Lappin (priest), Paddy McCarney (hearse driver), Terry Byrne (Carmichael), Joe Hanley (Rooney), Joanne Sloane (the Widow Calrke), Cristen Kauffman (woman buying fish), Joe Gallagher (post office clerk), Frank Melia (shopkeeper), Keith Murtagh (market spiv), Clodagh Long (Mary Dowdall), Aedin Mooney (shop assistant), Eamonn Hunt (Mr Foley), Jim Smith (butcher), Olivia Tracey (posh customer with dog), Tara Van Zyl (shop assistant), Tallis music Services (band on seaside pavilion), Peter Dix (man in pub), Anna Megan (singer in restaurant), Anne Bushnell, Pat Fitzpatrick, Patrick Collins, Michael Flynn (restaurant band), Frank McCusker (Tom O'Toole), Doreen Keogh (nun in mortuary), Joe Pigott (Wally, the ticket tout), Maria Hayden (receptionist at the Shelbourne hotel), Cecil Bell (Mrs O'Dywer), Don Archell (Tom Jones' minder), Peter Adams, Ian Thompson, Keith Airey, Steve Pearse (the Tom Jones Band).
    LanguageEnglish
    ColourTechnicolor
    SoundDolby Digital
    Duration92
    Footage8270
    Format35mm
    Release date1999
    CopyIFA
    IFA (VHS)
    SummaryIn Dublin in 1967, newly-widowed Agnes Browne, the mother of seven children, borrows money from the local moneylender Mr Billy to pay for her husband's funeral. A month later, Mr Billy accosts Agnes and takes her children's allowance book as security against repayments of the loan. Agnes' best friend Marion discovers a lump in her breast and goes for tests, while Pierre, a French baker, asks Agnes out. A pension cheque allows Agnes to pay off Mr Billy, but he secretly loans more cash to her son Mark. Agnes discovers Marion is dying, and the two women go on a day trip on which Marion buys tickets to a Tom Jones concert. Agnes buys Marion a driving lesson, but she collapses while having it and dies later in hospital. Mr Billy tells Agnes that thanks to Mark, she now has until Christmas week to pay back the money. Agnes receives a letter from her husband's old trade union saying she has to collect the money from the hotel where he worked. The Browne children run down to the hotel where they meet Tom Jones. They tell him their story. He visits Agnes and helps her pay off Mr Billy. That night at his concert, he dedicates a song to Agnes.
    NoteWinner Youth Award, San Sebastian Film Festival 1998.
    "Told with boisterous wit and generous heart that makes it hard to resist" - Screen International
    AKA: The Mammy.
    ReferenceST, 10/4/1998: 20, 'On the Other Hand...', mention of Angelica Huston arriving in Dublin to direct film.
    IT, 16/4/1998: 7, 'Anjelica Huston to Star in Brendan O'Carroll Film', Report of Anjelica Huston to direct and star in the film (Michael Dwyer).
    IT, 25/4/1998: 16, 'Anjelica's Mammy', Anjelica Huston and Jim Sheridan announce their intention to start filming in Dublin in July.
    IT, 13/6/1998: 2, 'Compelling Theatre', mention of Anjelica Huston attending play at the Peacock Theatre.
    ST, 5/7/1998: 20, '(Might Have) Bought', mention of Jim Sheridan buying property in Dalkey.
    IT, 18 July, 1998: 3, 'Anjelica Sets up Her Stall in Moore St.', report of Anjelica Huston visiting Moore Street in Dublin (Edel Morgan).
    SI, 26/7/1998: 8, 'Meeting the Mammy', on-location report on production of film (Michael McDermott).
    SI, 26/7/1998: 8, 'This is Huston's Calling', article on Anjelica Huston's life (Barry Egan).
    ST, 9/8/1998: 20, 'Mother of all Mammys', mention of singer Tom Jones struggling with his lines during filming.
    ST, 9/8/1998: 18, 'The Object of the Mammy's Devotion', short article about Tom Jones who appears in The Mammy.
    SI, 23/8/1998: 5L, 'Mammy Soaks up the Cash', report of production costs escalating.
    ST, 27/9/1998: 5, 'Anjelica Huston Among Stars to Defend Clinton', actress/director Anjelica Huston in support of Clinton.
    ST (Review), 10/1/1999: cover, 'Child Benefit', feature article on children who follow in their parents footsteps careerwise; focus on Anjelica Huston.
    ST, 7/2/1999: 5, 'Welcome to Hannaywood as Dublin Woos Film-makers', report on opening of second studio in the country, as used by Anjelica Huston while filming The Mammy (Jan Battles/John Burns).
    ST (Culture), 21/2/1999: 12-13, 'Save Time By Sleeping On It', Brendan O'Carroll interviewed about writing the script for The Mammy (Liam Fay).
    ST, 7/3/1999: 19, 'Rumour has been Rife...', report of denial that film is in trouble.
    The Guardian, 7/4/1999: 5, 'Obscure Objects of Delight', Anjelica Huston offers her second director's effort in the Directors' Fortnight at the Cannes Film Festival 1999 (Jonathan Romney).
    IT (Sound and Vision), 14/4/1999: 13, 'High Prices, High Security, High Drama', The Mammy is one of three features of Ireland interest showing in the Director's fortnight at Cannes (Michael Dwyer).
    ST (Review), 16/9/1999: 6, Agnes Browne is one of several Irish-related movies screening at Cannes. However the real Irish presence is pushing projects in the market (Ciaran Carty).
    ST (Culture), 16/4/1999: 6, 'Ireland'sCannes Do Spirit', this year Irish productions, including Agnes Brown (The Mammy), are out in force at Cannes, paving the way for future projects (Mick Heaney).
    IT (Sound and Vision), 28/4/1999: 13, 'Cannes They Be Serious', short review of Agnes Brown which had its world premiere at Cannes to close the Directors' Fortnight (Michael Dwyer).
    ST (Review), 30/4/1999: 6, 'Mammy Irish', review of Agnes Brown following its screening at Cannes to close the directors' fortnight
    (Ciaran Carty).
    SBP, 23/4/1999: 36, 'Cannes Diary', brief description of the party following the screening of Agnes Browne at Cannes (Rod Stoneman).
    IT (Sound and Vision), 18/6/1999: 13, 'Winterbottom, Wonderland - Wunderbar!', Agnes Browne is selected as Galway Film Fleadh's opening night presentation on/7/6 1999 (Michael Dwyer).
    ST (Culture), 1/7/1999: 25, 'Huston's Turkey Needs Roasting',
    review by Gerry McCarthy.
    IT, 3/7/1999: 3, 'All the Fun of the Fleadh', brief preview of Agnes Browne the opening film of the Galway Film Fleadh.
    IT (Sound and Vision), 9/7/1999: 13, 'Barstools and Bookends', preview of the Galway Film Fleadh 1999 opening with the film Agnes Browne (Michael Dwyer).
    IT (Weekend), 4/9/1999: 5, 'Lets Go To The Movies', preview of autumn releases (Michael Dwyer).
    In Dublin, Vol 24, No 23, 2/12-15/12/1999: 19, 'Huston, We Have a Problem', interview with Anjelica Huston. She talks about directing Agnes Browne, her childhood in Ireland, her father John Huston )Paul Byrne).
    IT (Sound and Vision), 10/12/1999: 13, 'Browned Off', review by Michael Dwyer.
    EH, 9/12/1999: 26-27, 'Anjelica Gets Brownie Points', review by Brian Reddin.
    SI (Living and Leisure), 12/12/1999: 13L, 'Agnes, Mother of Codology', review by Ronan Farren.
    SI (Living and Leisure), 12/12/1999: 12L, 'Anjelica's New Role Was 'A Last Resort'', interview with Anjelica Huston, director and star of Agnes Browne (Ciara Dwyer).
    ST (People and Review), 12/12/1999: 7, 'The Rare 'Oul Times', review by Ciaran Carty.
    ST (Culture), 12/12/1999: 27, 'Culture Irish', preview.
    ST, 12/12/1999: 20, 'Blowing the Bugle', short gossip column piece on the premiere of Agnes Browne (Lise Hand).
    Dublin Event Guide, 15/12/1999: 4, review by Sean McCloy.
    In Dublin, Vol 24, 16/12/1999: 32, review.
    ST (People and Review), 19/12/1999: 3, 'Mammies on Cue...', interview with Anjelica Huston and Marion O'Dwyer on their roles in Agnes Browne (Ciaran Carty).
    RTE Guide, 17/12/1999: 6&8, 'Huston Calling', interview with director Anjelica Huston on the eve of the release of Agnes Browne (Michael Doherty).
    Agnes Browne production notes. Includes synopsis, cast and crew list, about the production, about the cast, about the filmmakers. Held at the Tiernan MacBride at the Irish Film Institute.
    The Guardian (Weekend), 5/2/2000: 10, 13-14, 16, 'Out of the Shadows',
    interview with actress and director Anjelica Huston. She talks about her life with John Huston and Jack Nicholson, her acting career, and more recently her directing career. She talks about her lastest film Agnes Browne. (Suzie Mackenzie).
    ST (Magazine), 13/2/2000: 42-48, 'Having a Bawl', interview with actress and director Anjelica Huston. She talks about her life with John Huston and Jack Nicholson, her acting career, and more recently her directing career. She talks about her lastest film Agnes Browne (Chrissy Iley).
    Radio Times, 12/2/2000: 8,10,12, interview with actress and director Anjelica Huston. She talks about her life with John Huston and Jack Nicholson, her acting career, and more recently her directing career. She talks about her lastest film Agnes Browne (Andrew Duncan).
    S&S, 3/2000: 38, review by Kevin Maher.
    FI, Feb/Mar 2000: 44-45, review by Ted Sheehy.
    The Guardian (Friday Review), 3/3/2000: 5, 'Ms Huston, We have a Problem', review by Peter Bradshaw.
    ST (Art Life), 27/8/2000: 6, video review by Ciaran Carty.
    In Production, October 2003 Vol 6 No 5; 19, Box Office Figures for Irish and Irish Interest films from 1999 to 2003 (to date).
    KeywordsStreet traders
    1960s
    Moneylenders
    Tom Jones
    Concerts
    Death
    Funerals
    Friendship
    Dublin
    LocationDublin City
    Production creditsp.c.: Hell's Kitchen, Produced with the support of investment incentives for the Irish Film Industry provided by the Government of Ireland. Produced with the assistance of Bord Scannán na hÉireann/The Irish Film Board. p: Jim Sheridan, Arthur Lappin, Greg Smith, Anjelica Huston, exec.p: Morgan O'Sullivan, Tom Palmieri, Laurie Mansfield, Gerry Browne, d: Anjelica Huston, sc: John Goldsmith, Brendan O'Carroll, dop: Anthony B. Richmond B.S.C. ed: Eva Gardos, m: Paddy Maloney, p.dsgn: David Brockhurst, cost: Joan Bergin, cast: Maureen Hughes, line.p: Paul Myler, exec.p: Morgan O'Sullivan, Tom Palmieri, Laurie Mansfield, Gerry Browne, Bord Scannán na hÉireann: Rod Stoneman, line.p: Paul Myler, p.exec: Hell's Kitchen: Clare Scully,p.co-ord: Maria Collins, p.man: Jo Homewood, loc.m.: Paddy McCarney, post-p.sup: Tim Pedegana, a.d.: Simon Moseley, Paul E. Barnes, Brian 'Joker' Mulvey, sc.super.:Peggy Brazil, Caroline Sax, cast: Maureen Hughes, co-ord.: Jill Dempsey, c.op: George Richmond, Séamus Corcoran, sp.effs. super: Jim Brady, sp.effs. tech.: Kevin Nolan, cost: Joan Bergin, ward.sup: Jo Kissack, make-up: Key dsgn: Morag Ross, artist: Melissa Lackersteen, key hair: Eithné Fennell, hair: Bernie Dooley, title dsgn.: Pablo Ferro, Main/End titles: Title House, opticals: Pacific Title/Mirage, Uilleann Pipes: Ronan Browne, orchestrations: Ed Shearmur, trad.m.sup: Ronan Browne, m.ed: Alex Gibson, George A. Martin, music engnr: Brian Masterson, soundtrack: 'Magnificat Cum Alleluia' arranged/perf by Noirin Ní Riain; 'She's a Lady' by Paul Anka, perf by Tom Jones; 'Sous les ponts de Paris' by J. Rodor, Vincent Scotto; 'Delilah' by Les Reed, Barry Mason, perf by Tom Jones; '(It Feels Like) I'll Never Fall in Love Again' by Jimmy Currie, Lonnie Donegan, perf by Tom Jones; 'Petite Fleur' by Sidney Bechet, perf by Chris Barber's Jazz Band; 'Heureuse' by René Rouzaud, Marguerite Monnot, perf by Anne Bushnell; 'It's Not Unusual' by Gordon Mills, Les Reed, perf by Tom Jones; 'He'll Have to GO'by Joe Allison, Audrey Allison, perf by Jim Reeves; 'My Bonnie' traditional arrangement by Paddy Moloney, Laura Smith, perf by Laura Smith; 'The Last Rose of Summer' traditional arrangement by Paddy Moloney, perf by The chieftains and Montserrat Caballé, s.sup: Peter Austin, s.mix: Peter Sutton, re-rec.mix: David Fluhr, Don DiGirolamo, Adam Jenkins, dial.ed: Ralph H. Osborn III, Paul Longstaffe, Barbara Issak, Dennis Gray, Benjamin Beardwood, s.effs.ed: Brian Thomas Nist, Joseph H. Earle, Eric A. Norris, Kenneth Johnson, Bradley C. Katona, Andrew Ellerd, Dubbing Stage rec: Aaron Levy, ADR: rec.engr: John Fitzgerald, Michelle Cuniffe, Gerry Roche, Gregory Steele, Dean Drabin, ed: David Melhase, Foley art.: Alyson Moore, Patricia Nedd, Ginger Geary, mixer: Brian Ruberg, ed: David Melhase, stunt.co-ord. Donal O'Farrell.
    Costume designBERGIN, Joan
    RightsHell's Kitchen
    Contact: Niamh Nolan
    99 Merrion Rd. Ballsbridge, Dublin 4
    hellskit@iol.ie
    Tel: +353 1 667 5599
    Fax: +353 1 667 5592
    Good Machine International - Tel. +1 212 343 9230 / Fax. +1 212 343 9645
    Production designBROCKHURST, David
    Genre/CategoryComedy
    Literary Adaptation
    Feature Film Drama

    TitleDEVIL'S ROCK
    CARRAIG AN DEAMHAIN
    Production companyRichard Hayward Productions
    Country of originNorthern Ireland
    ProducerBURGER, Germain Gerard
    DirectorBURGER, Germain Gerard
    HAYWARD, Richard
    Script/AdaptationHADDICK, Victor
    PhotographyORIONS, S.D.
    Sound recordingDAINES, Norman
    EditingRICK, Kenneth
    Music performanceHAYWARD, Richard
    Songs'Rose of Tralee'
    CastRichard Hayward (Sam Mulhem), Charles Fagan (the sergeant), Geraldine Mitchell (Geraldine Lamour), Terence Grainger (John Browne), Nancy Cullen (Mrs Huggins), Gloria Grainger (Veronica Lamour), Michael Gleeson (the schoolmaster), Tom Casement, Neil Christie (the crooks). the Mendoza Brothers, the Three Graces, Maurice and Beresford, Billy Reilley, Lambeg Folk Dance Society (Irish dancers), Pat O'Mealy (piper), St Gall's School Choir (choral numbers), J Humbert Craig (introductory landscape).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourb&w
    tinted
    Soundsound
    Duration55
    Footage4915
    Format35mm
    Release date1938
    CopyNFTVA
    SummaryIn the seaside village of Craigadown, Sam Mulhern, a sheep-drover, asks Mrs Huggins, a widow, to manage a tea-shop he intends to establish. He organises a concert as a way of getting money to open the shop. A strict schoolmaster imposes discipline on his pupils, but Sam arrives and gets the schoolmaster's support for the concert. The sergeant initially refuses to sell tickets for the concert, as he feels it will attract thieves. The sergeant relents and agrees to sell the tickets. Geraldine Lamour and her ten-year-old sister, Veronica, are on holiday in thevillage, and John Browne falls in love with Geraldine. Geraldine tells him that he must not think of marriage to her as he has important work to do. While the fishing fleet is at sea, they picnic in a motor boat, so that when Veronica is carried out by the current and stranded on the Devil's Rock surrounded by the incoming tide, there is no boat to rescue her. Sam swims out and eventually the attention of the distant lovers is attracted by fireworks and community shouting. The pair are rescued. The box-office takings are robbed, but the thieves are caught. Mrs Huggins is given a job at a new swimming baths by John Browne and Sam returns to sheep-droving (V;MFB 31/3/1938:69).
    NoteAka CARRAIG AN DEAMHAIN. Filmed and recorded entirely in
    Irish. 'The production is halting and uncertain - there is incompleteness
    in all the incidents and a tiresome dragging in of "local colour". The
    acting is mostly conventional and neither the photography nor the sound
    reproduction are good enough. The effect is amateurish.' (MFB 1938:69).
    ReferenceGifford 10419: Mar 1938; SI 14/1/1951 (still); S&S Autumn 1939:107 (still).
    DistributorIrish International Film Agency (IE)
    Columbia Pictures (GB)
    Production creditsA Richard Hayward Production, p: Germain Gerard Burger, d: Burger,
    Richard Hayward, sc: Victor Haddick, c: S D Orions, s: Norman Daines,
    ed: Kenneth Rick, stills: Louis Morrison, cont: Meta Grainger, m. arrg:
    Hayward at the Opera Stendal Todd, songs: 'Rose ofTralee', IR distr: Irish
    International Film Agency, GB distr: Columbia Pictures Corp.
    ContinuityGRAINGER, Meta
    StillsMORRISON, Louis
    Music arrangementHAYWARD, Richard
    Opera Stendal Todd
    Genre/CategoryMusical Comedy
    Feature Film Drama

    TitleREEFER AND THE MODEL
    Production companyBerber Films Productions
    SponsorBórd Scánnán na hEireann/Irish Film Board
    Channel Four/Film Four International
    Radio Telefís Éireann/RTE
    Hemdale Film Corporation
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerDOOLAN, Lelia
    HAYES, Tom (Co-Prod)
    DirectorCOMERFORD, Joe
    Script/AdaptationCOMERFORD, Joe
    DOOLAN, Lelia (Associate)
    HARRIS, Eoghan (Story Ed)
    PhotographyBYRNE, Breffni
    Sound recordingHORGAN, Kieran
    EditingMERRY DOYLE, Sé
    Music composerDUHAN, Johnny
    Songs'After The Dream' by Duhan, perf. by Keane; 'You Come Back Into My Life' by and perf. by Duhan; 'Shanagolden' by Sean McCarthy, perf. by John Dooley & Creganna.
    Castlan McElhinney (Reefer), Eve Watkinson (mother), Carol Scanlan (the Model), Birdy Sweeney (Instant Photo), Sean Lawlor (Spider), Ray McBride (Badger), Fionn Comerford (messenger boy), John Lillis (porter), Henry Comerford (waiter), Sabina Higgins (restaurant woman). Henry Waters (pub musician), Paraic Breathnach (quayside fisherman), Maire Chinsealach (island woman), Dave Duffy (sergeant), Rosena Brown (the blonde). Little John Nee (boy soldier), Sean Ó Coisdealbha ('Rossaveal' skipper), Noel Spain (boatman), Peter Fitzgerald (bank guard), Dick Sffi Donaghue, Maire Ní Mhaille (bank tellers), Mick Rowland (older bank guard), Patrick Blackaby (1st tinker guard), Uinseann MacThomais (2nd tinker guard), Deirdre Lawless (policewoman), Gary McMahon (young guard), Lelia Ní Chathmhoil, Iseult Ní Chathimiloil, Lera Ní Chathimiloil, Stephen Wall, Donal Mahon, Gabriel Fahy, Terry Waters, Padhraic Campbell, Maire Stafford, Nancy Coughlan, Deirdre Grandi, Tony Christofides, Noel Browne, Phyllis Browne, Mike Anderson, Mavis Buckley, Maggie Fagan, Kethrein Curtin, Carmel Campbell, Trish Bush, Eoin Bourke, Peadar Ó Cualain, Michael Flanagan, Enda O'Byrne, Liam Stenson, Brendan Dempsey, Steve Donohue, Deirdre Ní Thuairisg, James O'Meara, Patsy Dodd, Tessie Dodd, Bill Conway, Mary D'Arcy, MiriamAllen, Marcus Quinn, Liam Greene, Richard Byrne.
    LanguageEnglish
    ColourTechnicolor
    Soundsound
    Duration93
    Footage8399
    Format35mm
    Release date1988
    CopyIFA
    IFA (VHS)
    SummaryOn a quiet road in Connemara in 1981, Reefer, an ex-IRA man, stops his car in which his mother is a passenger and gives a lift to the Model. The Model has just returned to Ireland from London where she decided to give up heroin when she became pregnant. On the trawler on which Reefer lives with his partners Spider and Badger, they discuss the hunger strike in Northern Ireland. Reefer and the Model go for dinner to an exclusive members-only restaurant and force their way in. In a phone call. Reefer learns from the Dublin police that the Model is suspected of IRA membership, has been a prostitute in London and is a known heroin user. After being challenged for non-membership. Reefer disturbs the quiet equilibrium of the restaurant before they leave. Reefer introduces the Model to Badger and Spider and she is accepted as one of the 'family' on the trawler. They go to an off-shore island with passengers and goods. During, a dance at a pub, Badger picks up a soldier who is on holiday from border duty. They are discovered in the toilets by the soldier's sergeant. Later, they dance in the pub, but when they are observed being intimate by the sergeant he attacks Badger. Spider intervenes on behalf of Badger an a vicious fight ensues, until Reefer separates the pair. Later, the sergeant goes to the trawler and tries to knife Reefer, but Reefer knocks him out and throws him overboard. On their way back to the mainland, the trawler breaks down, and Reefer suggests they rob a bank to pay for the parts. Before going on the raid, the Model invites Reefer to make love. In disguise, the three men rob a mobile bank. They make their getaway in a police car and hide the money. They come upon a crashed police car in which one of the policemen is dead. The second policeman wakes up and realises who they are. Spider plans to shoot him, but then changes his mind and tries to drown him. The police Task Force raid the trawler as Reefer observes them. The Model is arrested and then released. At the trawler, the Model starts up the engine as Reefer rows to meet her. Meanwhile, the police surround the hideout as Spider and Badger collect the money. Spider fires a loaded shotgun at them and is killed by the return fire. Badger is jailed. At the trawler. Reefer's mother holds up the policeman guarding the boat and forces him to take off his clothes. Meanwhile, the Model takes the trawler into the bay as she begins to give birth to the baby. In a rowing boat. Reefer tries to catch up with the trawler as it heads out to sea but the boat is destroyed by the trawler. As the trawler continues out to sea and the Model screams in pain from the birth. Reefer tries to catch up with the boat by swimming after her. (V).
    NoteIR Rel 4/8/1988 (world premiere). The script for this film won an Arts Council Script Award in 1982. Filmed on location in Galway Bay, Connemara and the Aran Islands. This film won the Europa Prize at the Barcelona Film Festival, July 1988. The actress who play the Model, Carol Scanlan, wrote and directed GORT NA gCHAMH aka FIELD OF BONES (1998) under the name Carol Moore. Working Title: STORMY AND THE MODEL. The IFA holds a VHS tape of actor Dave Duffy auditioning for the role of Reefer (Stormy).
    ReferenceCE 4/8/1988:2; FBN No. 5:3; FBN No. 8:6-7; FBN No. 9:12-13; ID 4-17 August 1988:16-19; IT 27/8/1987:10; IT 5/8/1988:12; MFB Dec 1989:373; SP 7/8/1988, part 2:6; ST 7/8/1988:18.

    Reefer And The Model Programme, 4 Apr 1988, Programme for the film premiere in the Savoy, Dublin, listing cast and credits, filmmakers and cast details, and film score details for film.

    Reefer And The Model - Advertisements for the film, 1988. Held at the Library of the Irish Film Institute.

    'Glib Irish Tale', Critical review of the film.

    'Irishman Wins Film Prize Worth £147,000', 30 Nov 1989, Brief report of director Joe Comerford winning Best Film prize at Barcelona. Clipping held at the Library of the Irish Film Institute.

    IT, 8 July, 1988, Reefer and The Model review.

    IT, 29 July 1988, 'Script to Screen, How Reefer Got Made', Interview with Joe Comerford and Lelia Doolan about the production of the film (Michael Finlan).

    'A Tale of Two Telexes as Filmmakers Answer Haughey', 9 Aug 1988, Report of filmmakers' response to congratulatory telex from the Taoiseach (Paddy Woodworth). Clipping held at the Library of the Irish Film Institute.

    Cork Examiner, 3 Aug 1988, 'Reefer And The Model - Cast-iron Case for Film Board Revival'.

    Cork Examiner, 15 Aug 1988: 8, 'Chasing Connemara Sheep as Cameras Roll on Reefer', On-location report on production of film, Paddy Woodworth.

    'Out of the Wild West of Ireland', Michael Finlan, review, Clipping held at the Library of the Irish Film Institute.

    'True Grit', Olive Keogh, Interview with producer Lelia Doolan about the film. Clipping held at the Library of the Irish Film Institute.

    EH, 2 Aug 1988, 'The Making of an Irish Movie', Interview with director Joe Comerford and producer Lelia Doolan about the making of the film. Journalist Mary Carr.

    FilmBase News, Aug-Sept 1988: 6-8, 'Land ahoy! - Being the Model', Feature on film including interview with director Joe Comerford and producer Lelia Doolan, and actress Carol Scanlon (Mike Collins, Johnny Gogan).

    FilmBase News, Oct-Nov 1988: 12, 'Reefer Talk' , Part of discussion about film by Luke Gibbons, Pat Murphy, Johnny Gogan and Frank Connolly (Stephanie McBride).

    City Paper, Apr 1989, 'Rites and Wrongs', review of film showing at Baltimore Film Festival (Kevin Whitehead).

    IT, 10 June 1989, 'Raves for Reefer in Paris'. Favourable response to film in France (Paddy Woodworth).

    Monthly Film Bulletin, Dec 1989: 373, review by Farrah Anwar.
    Film on Four, 1992: 114-5, Viewing Figures 1990/1991, Viewing figures for film shown on British television channel, and production details (John Pym).

    The Observer, 26 Nov 1989: 1, review by Philip French.

    ST, 7 Aug 1988, 'Floundering on the Reefer', review by Ciaran Carty.

    The Guardian, 23 Nov 1989, review by Derek Malcolm.

    Publicity for gala benefit premiere of Reefer And The Model, 4 Aug 1988, held at the Tiernan MacBride of The Irish Film Institute.

    IT, 23 Mar 1988, 'Irish Film Wins', Reefer and the Model wins first prize in the feature film category at the Celtic Film Festival.
    DistributorMetro Pictures
    KeywordsTroubles
    Republicans
    Smugglers
    Fishing Trawlers
    Misfits
    Outlaws
    Marijuana
    Homosexuality
    Sexual Relationships
    IRA Men
    Abortion
    Production creditsp.c: A Berber Films Production. With financial assistance from Bord Scannan na hEireann/Irish Film Board. In association with Radio Teleffs Eireann, Channel Four/Film Four International, Hemdale Film Corp. p/sc. assoc: Lelia Doolan, d/sc: Joe Comerford, story ed: Eoghan Harris, co-p. in development: Tom Hayes, p.m: Darryl Collins, dop: Breffni Byrne, loc: Yvonne McDonald, Dublin co-ord: Jane Gogan, 1st a.d: Dave Murphy, 2nd a.d: Mick Rowland, 3rd a.d: Seamus Collins, trainee: Martha O'Neill, cont: Deirdre O'Brien, p. secretary: Niamh Nolan, a. to p: Siobhan Gibbons, focus puller: Declan Emerson, clapper/loader: Conor Hammond, c. trainee: Donal Gilligan, grip: Eddie Burt, ed: Se Merry Doyle, a. ed: Adrienne Ross, Rebecca Curthoys, p.dsgn.: John Lucas, sp. effs: Maurice Foley, Owen MacCarthaigh, m: Johnny Duhan, m.p: Aiveen Anderson, Frankie Colohan, Brendan O'Regan, Duhan, Tony Maher, Eamon Murphy, Gerald O'Donoghue, Davy Spillane, Noel O'Brien, (vocals) Dolores Keane, m. co-ord: Peter Harkin, songs: 'After The Dream' by Duhan, perf. by Keane; 'You Come Back Into My Life' by and perf. by Duhan; 'Shanagolden' by Sean McCarthy, perf. by John Dooley & Creganna, s. ed: Martin Evans, s: Kieran Horgan, (m.) Gerald O'Donoghue, boom op.: Jack Armstrong, a.s. ed: Antonia Bruce, s. re-rd: David Old, s. transfers: Roger Cherrill Ltd, Transfer Bay, props master: Cos Egan, prop.buyer: Ronnie Skinner, a. props: Darragh Lewis, ward: Jacqueline Young, make-up: Ailbhe Lemass, hair: Eileen Doyle, gaffer: Philip Fitzsimons, elec: Terry Eiffe, cnstr. m: Tommy Bassett, stand-by painter. Paul Fleming, stand-by rigger: Jimmy O'Meara, stand-by carpenter: John Lamon, painter: Bobby Scott, titles/opticals: Optical Film Effects, stunt co-ord: Mick Rowland, stunts: Bronco McLoughlin, Patrick Condren, Susan Foreman, stand-in: Caitlin Connolly, best boy: Paddy O'Neill, publicist: Patsy O'Shannon, stills: Peter Harkin, Jonathan Hession, a. personnel: Pauline Geatons, Sean Creagh, Derek Hale, Galway), Dr Bemie Mclnemey, Tom Conroy, p. accnt: Kevin Moriarty, a. p. accnt: Jackie O'Dwyer, legal adv: Eddie McGarr (Taylor & Buchalter).
    Production designLUCAS, John
    Genre/CategoryThriller
    Crime Film
    Feature Film Drama

    TitleUNDERCURRENTS
    Production companyTile Films Ltd
    SponsorRadio Telefís Éireann/RTE
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerROOKE, Stephen
    DirectorROOKE, Stephen
    Script/AdaptationROOKE, Stephen
    RENWICK, Reg
    PhotographyGILES, Robert
    Sound recordingSEELY, Martin
    EditingFALLEN-BAILEY, Oliver
    Music composerWHELAN, Bill
    Songs'Recovery' by and perf. by Jan Nagle; 'The Woman In Me' by Roberto
    Danova, 'Spanish Eddie' by David Palmer, Chuck Cochran, 'Colour My
    Rainbow' by May, perf. by Joanna and Tequila Sunrise.
    CastMary McGuckian (Helen), Sighle Toibin (Lisa), David O'Meara (John), Vincent Murphy (Peter), Niall Toibin (Mr Nolan), Martin Dunne (Helen's father), Gail Curtis (Helen as a child), Patrick Laffan (Mr Hill), Helena Breen (Mrs Hill), Seamus Moran (barman), Marion Dowley (insurance clerk), Lynda Gallagher(Lisa's daughter), Peter Sweeney (conductor). Mark Fitzgerald, Anthony O'Shea, Niall O'Connor (trumpet players), Christchurch Cathedral Choir, Dublin (choir), Joanna and Tequila Sunrise (nightclub band).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    Soundsound
    Duration32
    Format16mm
    Release date1990
    TX channelTG4
    TX date26/07/1998
    CopyIFA (VHS)
    SummaryHelen, a London-based Irish organist, arrives at Dublin Airport where she is met by Mr Nolan. A church performance attended by a school friend, Lisa, brings back memories of their teen years together. At that time an intimate relationship developed between the two. They continue their relationship until one evening at a nightclub two men join them. While Lisa becomes attached to one of them, John, Helen is repulsed by the other. Returning home after organ practice to their apartment, Helen and Lisa argue and fight over Lisa's relationship with John. When Lisa doesn't return the following day, Helen is disconsolate and recalls a childhood sexual assault by her father. She goes to John's apartment where she meets Lisa, who tells her that she loves John and wants to live with him. When John returns. Lisa tells Helen that she intends to stay. Ten months later, Lisa rings Helen to arrange a meeting, but she fails to turn up. Helen finds a note from Lisa and rushes to a maternity hospital where Lisa has given birth to a daughter. After Helen turns away, John follows her out and tells her that running away will not do any good, but she leaves nonetheless. Now, a few years later, as Helen is leaving Dublin Airport following her successful performance, Lisa is there with her daughter. Helen has told her about her father's childhood assaults and they restate their love for each other. (V).
    NoteFilmed in County Wicklow and on location in Dublin, including Trinity College.
    KeywordsOrganists
    Emigration
    Love Lelationships
    Birth
    Pregnancy
    Child Abuse
    Family
    LocationDublin
    Wicklow
    Trinity College
    Production creditsp.c: Tile Films Ltd. In association with Radio Telefís Éireann, p/d: Stephen Rooke, co-p: Philippa Langdale, sc: Rooke, Reg Renwick, dop: Robert Giles, art d: Fiona Daly, ed: Oliver Fallen-Bailey, cont: Alan Irish, p.m: Langdale, John Butterworth, m/m. arrg: Bill Whelan, songs: 'Recovery' by and perf. by Jan Nagle; 'The Woman In Me' by Roberto Danova, 'Spanish Eddie' by David Palmer, Chuck Cochran, 'Colour My Rainbow' by May, perf. by Joanna and Tequila Sunrise, 1st a.d/a. ed: John O'Donnell, 2nd a.d: Vincent Murphy, a.c: Justine Evans, light: Alexander __ Howe, 1st light: Martin Parry, a. light: Giancario Gemin, s. mix: Aidan Sheeran, s: Martin Seeley, boom op.: Nicola Meerabux, grip: Mel Griffin, Kevin O'Leary, elec: Terry Ross, Ken Ross, cont: Alan Irish, ward: Orlaith Browne, Derby Browne, make-up: Elizabeth Bukkehaue, set dec: Celine Ryan, Anne Geraghty, Angela Mitchell, Wendela Rosonberg-Polack, Cally Archer, titles: Dorcass O'Toole.
    Art directionDALY, Fiona
    LightingHOWE, Alexander
    Genre/CategoryShort Film Drama

    TitleHOW TO CHEAT IN THE LEAVING CERTIFICATE
    Production companyGraham Jones Productions Ltd
    SponsorBórd Scánnán na hEireann/Irish Film Board
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerJONES, Graham
    FLANAGAN, Ciara
    DirectorJONES, Graham
    Script/AdaptationJONES, Graham
    O'HIGGINS, Tadhg
    O'LOUGHLIN, Aisling (Adaptation)
    PhotographyRYAN, Robbie
    Sound recordingMcKENNA, Eamonn
    EditingJONES, Graham
    COSGRAVE, Michael
    DAVENPORT, Steven
    Executive producerJONES, Graham
    FLANAGAN, Ciara
    CASEY, Marie Louise
    Associate producerCOSGRAVE, Michael
    FUSCO, Ezio
    DAVENPORT, Steven
    Music composerPACKHAM, Giles
    SIMPSON, Jurgen
    Songs'Light up my World' Performed by The Pale,
    written by Colum Farrelly.
    Published by Dark Fox Music.
    Recorded courtesy of Underworld One.
    All rights reserved Thanks to HMV.

    'Don't Worry' written by Leslie Keye
    Performed by The Wilde Oscars
    Produced by Pat Dunne and Leslie Keye
    Published by Keynote Music
    Copyright 1996 Keynote Music

    'I Hear You Breathing In' .written and Performed by
    Feenor Murphy
    Published by Blue Danube Publishing
    All rights reserved Thanks to HMV

    'Feeling Natural' Performed by The Jackmans
    written and Published by Martin Jackman
    Copyright Martin Jackman

    'The Beginning or the End' .Performed by Derek Hubert
    Published by Derek Hubert, Colin Behan and
    Niall O'Driscoll
    Copyright Derek Hubert

    'Cheat' Performed by The Bone idle
    Wasters
    written and Produced by Daragh O'Toole
    Copyright Daragh O'Toole

    'Don't Pay the Ferryman' written and Performed by Chris
    De Burgh
    Copyright .Chris De Burgh

    'I See Red' Performed by Clannad
    Produced by Richard Dodd
    written and Composed by Jim Raferty
    Copyright .1995 Rum Music Publishing Ltd.

    'Two Years' .Performed by My Ranza
    written by Danny Guignan

    'Parachute' Performed by Something Happens
    Produced and mixed by Ed Statsum
    written by Something Happens
    Published by Virgin Music
    Recording courtesy of Virgin Records
    CastEamon Morrissey (Mr. Fomson), Aileen O'Connor (Cara), Garret Baker (Fionn), Joe McKinney (Niall), Lee Dunne (Brian Donnelly), Mary McEvoy (Charlie McDaid), Philip Bredin (Murphy), Alison Coffey (Elli), Margaret Jones (Elli's mother), John Wright (Gary), Tara Ford (Una), Feargal Quinn (Fionn's father), Mick Lally (chief examiner), Sarah Jones (girl shop attendant), Loe McKinney (guy shop attendant), Maureen Potter (Una's mother), Nuala Ní Dhomnaill (Irish oral examiner), Eamon Lawlor (study adviceteacher), Corban Walker (signmaker), Paddy Tullio (athlone flat landlord), Paddy Dracula (security guard no. 1), Shay Healy (security guard no. 2), Chris De Burgh (petrol pumper), Bosco Hogan (newsreader), Joe McKinney (news reporter), Noel Jones (headmaster on T.V.), Joe Duffy ( exam superintendant no. 1), Mr Pussy (exam superintendant no. 2), Joe McKinney (exam superintendant no. 3), Johnny Murphy (school caretaker), Timothy Hanah (Cian), Niall O'Driscoll (voice).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourb&w
    SoundDolby Stereo
    Duration80
    Format35mm
    16mm
    Panavision
    Release date1997
    CopyIFA
    IFA (DVD)
    SummaryPropelled by the memory of his friend Cian who committed suicide after being discovered as an exam cheat while sitting the Leaving Certificate, final year student Fionn and his friend Cara decide to 'beat the system'. They get the help of private investigator Murphy, science student Elli, high Leaving Cert. achiever Una and apprentice locksmith Gary to break into the Department of Education's Athlone warehouse to steal copies of the papers for the forthcoming examinations. While the authorities find out about the theft, Fionn is helped by the group when he sits the exams and uses a pen-microphone to transmit the questions, receiving the answers via an earpiece. In a follow-up documentary made three years later, the protagonists give their reasons for the actions, asserting how this blow against the system changed their lives.
    NoteScreened at the 9th Galway Film Fleadh, 8 - 13 July 1997.
    ReferenceSunday Independent, 12/4/98:13, ‘Cog notes for the terminally unhip’, brief review of the film and the reaction to it (Constance Harris).

    Sunday Business Post, 12/4/98:40, ‘Upside to Willie wind-up’, brief piece on publicity given to film.

    Sunday Business Post, 12/4/98:13, ‘Cheating could pay off for some’, article on cheating in the Leaving Certificate as represented in the feature film (Cynthia NÌ Mhurch).

    Irish Times, 17/4/98:13, review (Michael Dwyer).

    Sunday Times, 19/4/98:11, brief background details of filmmakers.

    Sunday Tribune (Magazine), 19/4/98:11, ‘Graham Jones's funny and clever debut movie...’, mention of film's success in Galway (Ciaran Carty).

    Sunday Business Post, 19/4/98:30, ‘Postview’, explanation of how the film came to be made (Marion McKeone).

    Irish Times (Education and Living), 21/4/98:2-3, ‘Lights, camera, action!’, brief review of film, interviews with filmmakers and IFC staff about the Irish film industry (Catherine Foley).

    Sunday Business Post, 26/4/98:35, ‘Shooting for film tax reliefs’, article on film finance (Hugh Donovan).

    Galway Film Fleadh programme, 15/7/98:41, ‘How to Cheat In The Leaving Cert’, short review of film shown in Galway Film Fleadh.

    Production notes for How To Cheat In The Leaving Cert.

    All of the above reference materials held at the Tiernan McBride Library of the Irish Film Institute.
    KeywordsYouth
    Teenagers
    Students
    Education
    Leaving Certificate
    Exams
    Heists
    Robberies
    Fraud
    Production creditsA Graham Jones Film. Completion assisted by The Irish Film Board Bord Scannan na hEireann, p.man: Cait Collins, art dsgn.: Owen Power, Oisin Roche, loc.m.: Suzanne Johnson, set.dec: Delores Lyne, director of research: Tadhg O'Higgins, 1st a.d: Amanda Webb, music co-ord.: Niall O'Driscoll. original m. :Giles Packham, Jurgen Simpson, dop: Robbie Ryan, assoc.p: Michael Cosgrave, Ezio Fusco, Steven Davenport, original screenplay: Graham Jones, Tadhg O'Higgins, adapted screenplay: Graham Jones, Aisling O'Loughlin, ed: Graham Jones, Michael Cosgrave, Steven Davenport, exec.p.s: Graham Jones, Ciara Flanagan, Marie Louise Casey, p: Graham Jones, Ciara Flanagan, d: Graham Jones, story cnslt: Garret Sexton, p.co-ord: Ciara Flanagan, 2nd a.d: Gary McHugh, 3rd a.d: Colin O'Neill, 1st a. c.amera/focus puller: Pierre Giraud, lighting: Francis Taaffe, John Waters, grip: Richard O'Shea, Jim Sperrin, clapper loader: Brigit Volk, assistant loc.m.: Gillian Coffey, a.set.dec: Carmel Halpin, props: Owen Power, ward: Nicola Connor, Roisin Derrane, make-up: Rosemary Fahy, hair: Sinead Livingston, advisor on location: Liam Regan s: Eamonn McKenna, boom: Michael Swan, cont: Steven Davenport, music controller: Niall O'Driscoll, stills: Anthony Woods, editing a.: Patrick Hodkins, Lightworks op.: Mick Reilly, Lightworks a.: Mariead McIvor, s.ed: Paddy Gibbons, re-rd.mix.: Pat Hayes, assistant mix: John Fitzgerald, Foley artist: Jenny Lee Wright, assistant Foley artist: Caroline O'Hanrahan, Dolby Stereo cnslt: Julian Pinn, technical advisors: Nicky Dunnem, post.p.: Mary Casey, Paul Moore, Ben Yeats, research team: Michael Cosgrave, Angela Murphy, Aoife Carbury, publications research: Media Monitors Irish, visual research: Ian Cox, p.a.s.:Hewson Maxwell, Jennifer Cummings, Roger Connelly, Richard O'Shea, project advisor: Tadhg O'Higgins, p.accnt.:Andrew Lowe, pre p.accnt.:Cyril Maybury, Production Lawyer: Barry Lyons, insurance:Sedgewick Dineen, minibus driver: Gerry O'Reilly, jeep driver: Chris Pape, equipment truck driver: Eamon McKenna, catering: With Taste Catering, catering crew: Flavian Povier, Mark Caraway, location sound equipment.: Panic Hire Control Techniques Irish, lighting and silent generator: Cine Electric, film stock courier: City Air Express, Lightworks facilities: Editline, further Lightworks facilities: FilmBase, camera and lenses: Panavison Irish, 16mm processing, 35 mm blow up, 35 mm processing: Rank Film Laboritories, 16mm printing: Metrocolour, telecine: Arion Communications, titles and optical effects: Peter Covey Film Opticals, negative cutters: Tru Cut, re-recorded at: Ardmore Sound. Thanks to Maxon Communications, Claudia and Marco Gentille, Snips hair Salon, Mike Figgis, Timucin Lee Lee, Recognition Express, Rex Coughlan, Terry Prone, James Harry, Paddy O'Toole, Sam Taylor, Paul Brooks, Jerry O'Sullivan, Mark Thornton, Derek Browne, Leslie Croake, Michelle, Flynn Letters, Kapp and Peterson, Joe and Alan Brown, Morgan McCabe, Philips Communications, wrangler UK, Jennifer Maxwell, The Body Shop, David Garry, Screen Team, CQ Communications, Vertigo Vision, Brian Reid, D.E. Generators, Deborah Gordan, Gavin Timlin, Hugh Burrows, Bob Doyle, Argus Van Rentals, Gillian Oman, Desmonds, Ann Kavanagh, Marie Jewell, Keith McConell, Lean Ni Chuilleanain, Karen Brosnan, P.R.P. Ireland Ltd., Deirdre Ni Fhlonn, Argus Fanning, Gillian Park, Jeanice Terry, Aidan, Rita and Joe O'Driscoll, Tom, Austin O'Hanlon, Christine Aprile, Alison Clarke, Patrick Keogh, Hugh O'Connor, The Garda Siochana, Pat Egan, Rathfarnam Hire Centre, Madigan Pubs, The Da Club, Community College Dun Laoghire, Aston Formal Wear, Office City, National Lighting Emporium, Security Plus Ltd., Rod Stoneman, James Flynn, Jim Ryan, Eileen O'Duffy, Plant Life, Jim Colgan, Paul Moore, Leo Wrad, Pat, Gary, Teresa, Joe Duffy, The End, Gina and Hal Lewis, Rebecca Burrell, Mespil Road Roughcut Audiences, Tipperary Mineral Water, Telecom Eireann, Tulip, The Dublin Box Company, Maeve Binchy, Woodies DIY, Silvios Take Away, All Signs. This film is dedicated to Roger Anton Wilson. Copyright: Graham Jones Production 1997.
    Art directionPOWER, Owen
    ROCHE, Oisín
    LightingTAAFFE, Francis
    WATERS, John
    Genre/CategoryFeature Film Drama
    Comedy
    Thriller

    TitleFURTHER GESTURE, A
    BREAK, THE
    Production companyZephyr Films
    Samson Films
    Road Movies Productions
    Channel 4 Films
    NDF International Ltd
    Pony Canyon Inc Productions
    SponsorBórd Scánnán na hEireann/Irish Film Board
    Filmstifung Nordheim - Westfalen
    Country of originIreland
    Great Britain
    Germany
    Japan
    ProducerCURLING, Chris
    DirectorDORNHELM, Robert
    Script/AdaptationBENNETT, Ronan
    PhotographySEKULA, Andrzej
    Sound recordingWILLIS, Simon
    EditingHIRAKUBU, Masahiro
    Executive producerFELSBERG, Ulrich
    STONEMAN, Rod
    YOSHIZAKI, Michiyo
    Associate producerBORG, Laurie
    Music composerKEANE, John
    Songs'Green Suede Shoes', performed by Black 47, written by Larry Kirwan, courtesy of Tim Kerr Mercury Records Inc.
    By Kind Permission of Polygram Commercial marketingDivision.

    'Ni Pa'ca Ni Pa'lla', performed by Jesus Allernarry.
    Published by Rykomusic Ltd.(PRS) 1996.

    'Tomorrow', performed and written by U2,
    Coptright 1981 Blue Mountain Music Ltd.
    courtesy of Island Records / Polygram International Music.

    'Powermoves', performed by MCM.
    Music and Lyrics by Mark Layman. 1994 Attitude Records.

    'Hambre de Amor', performed by Miles Pena.
    written by Miles Pena.
    Published by Crossing Borders Music Inc.
    Courtesy RMM Records and Video Corporation.

    'Junto Al Abor De Jasmin', performed and written by Miles Pena.
    Published by Crossing Borders Music Inc.
    courtesy of RMM Records and Video Corporation.

    'Rory', performed by Black 47.
    written by Larry Kirwan.
    Published by Starry Plough Music (BMI).
    courtesy of Tim Kerr Mercury Records Inc.
    By Kind permission of Polygram Commercial marketing Division.

    'My Love is in Now York', performed by Black 47.
    written by Lary Kirwan.
    Published by Stary Plough Music (BMI).
    courtesy of Tim Kerr Mercury Records Inc.
    By Kind Permission of Polygram Commercial marketingDivision.
    CastStephen Rea (Dowd), Maria Doyle Kennedy (Roisin), Brendan Gleeson (Richard), Robert Taylor (visiting room prison officer), Catriona Hinds (Richard's wife), Sean McGinley (Tommy Breen), Deirdre O'Kane (Breen's girlfriend), Toby Bradford (Charlie), Frankie McCafferty (Danny), Richard Dormer (Joe), B.J. Hogg (Albert), Roy Haybeard (food lorry driver), James Duran (gate prison officer), Seamus Ball (Tallylodge prison officer), Paul Ronan (Liam), Brian Vincent (Lorenzo Bausch), Caroline Seymour (junkie), Myra Carter (neighbour), Paul Giamatti (hotel clerk), Ciaran O'Reilly (passer-by), Jorge Sanz (Paco), Jerry Grayson (restaurant manager), Alfred Molina (Tulio), Pruitt Taylor-Vince (Scott), Ken Solarino (subway man), Shiek Mahmud-Bey (knifeman), Rosanna Pastor (Monica), Richard Council (FBI agent no. 1), John Rothman (FBI agent no. 2), Coati Mundi (Pepe), Alba Onis (stall owner), Mario Mendoza (moustachioed man), Teresa Yenque (Indian woman), Graeme Malcolm (Lattimer), Barry Snider (Eamonn), Ndehru Bass (Ramon's driver), Luis Argueta (Ramon's bodyguard), Esteban Fernandez (Ramon).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    SoundDolby Stereo
    Duration101
    Footage9075
    Format35mm
    Release date1997
    CopyIFA
    IFA (VHS)
    SummaryDowd, a long term IRA prisoner in the high security H-Block prison near Belfast, takes part in a daring mass escape. The escape goes wrong, but Dowd and IRA officer Richard make it to freedom. Dowd goes to see his girlfriend Rosin before leaving for New York.He gets a low-profile job as a dishwasher in a New York restaurant and stays in a cheap hotel. One day, there is a fight in the hotel, but when Dowd intervenes he gets stabbed. He refuses to call a doctor. Tulio, a Guatemalan who also works in the restaurant, finds Dowd bleeding badly in bed and offers him treatment and accommodation in his own home, where he lives with his friend Paco and sister Monica. Meanwhile, the hotel's desk clerk reports Dowd to the authorities. Nursed by Monica, Dowd recuperates and begins to fall in love with her. He learns that Monica's and Tulio's father was killed in Guatemala by a brutal dictator, Ramon, who now lives in the USA. Tulio and Paco are planning to assassinate Ramon, but Dowd, dismayed by their amateurism and, worried about Monica, agrees to help. They procure guns, getaway cars, and successfully carry out the assassination. Dowd has arranged for Irish contacts to take him and Monica out of New York and goes to an Irish bar to meet their contact (his old friend Richard) while Monica waits in the car. However, when he and Richard walk out to the street FBI officers stop them at gunpoint. Dowd runs, but seeing that he is hopelessly outnumbered, he pulls out his gun. The FBI officers shoot him dead.
    ReferenceS&S 1998 1:42

    Publicity: Cast and credits lists, synopsis, production background, cast and crew biographies of the film A Further Gesture. Held at the Tiernan MacBride Library of the Irish Film Institute.

    Empire (UK). (MG), January 1998:47, review (Darren Bignell).

    Total Film (UK). (MG), January 1998:100, review (Tom Dawson).

    Film Review (UK). (MG), January 1998: 26, review (Terry Richards).

    Svenska Dagbladet (Sweden), 5 September 1997, (NP), ‘IRA-kämpe utan engagemang’, (Astrid Söderbergh Widding).

    The Guardian, 24/7/99:71, short preview of A Further Gesture to be screened on FilmFour (AB).

    Sunday Business Post (Agenda), 04/03/01:40, TV preview.
    DistributorFilm Four Distribution (UK)
    KeywordsTroubles
    Guatamala
    New York
    IRA
    Prison escape
    LocationNew York
    Northern Ireland
    Production creditsp.c.: Channel 4 Films, NDF international Ltd, Pony Canyon Inc Present A ZEPHYR FILMS/SAMSON FILMS/ROAD MOVIES PRODUCTION, Supported by Eurilmages, Bord Scannan na hEireann Filmstifung Nordheim - Westfalen. d: Robert Dornhelm, p: Chris Curling, co-p.: Bonnie Timmermann, David Collins, exec.p.: Ulrich Felsberg, Rod Stoneman, Michiyo Yoshizaki, sc: Ronan Bennett based on an idea by Stephen Rea, dop: Andrzej Sekula, ed: Masahiro Hirakubo, assistant p: Laurie Borg, m.com: John Keane, p.dsgn.: Kalina Ivanov, Tom McCullagh, cost: Stephanie Malansky, Maggie Donnelly, cast: Ros and John Hubbard, p.assoc: Philip Robertson, cast (US): Bonnie Timmerman, assoc: Allison E. McBride, chief make-up: Morag Ross, sc.ed: Roxy Spencer, New York line p - unit p.man: : Robin O'Hara, New York 1st a.d: Todd Pfeiffer, New York 2nd a.d: Lisa M. Rowe, New York loc.m.: Jane Barker, p.acct: Louise Westaway, dub.mix: Tim Alban, 2nd cinematographer: Zoran Djordjevic, s.eds: Simon Gershon, Catherine Hodgson, Andre Schmidt, dial.ed: Eddie Jones, a.ed.: Anuree De Silva, Mary Casey, Craig Marsden, Neil Williams, Claire Doyle, Myron Kerstein, Mark Stung, p.a.: Pippa Best, Susan Harnett, post-p.sup: Alistair Hopkins, assistant to the Dublin crew: Fiona Neilson. prod.man: Jo Homewood, a.d.: Martin O'Malley, s.mix: Simon Willis, prod. co-ord.: Lisa Parker, assistant to Robert Dornheim: Tom Maguire, assistant to Stephen Rea: Tara Connaughton, runner: Nicola Armstrong, p.a.: Paula Byrden, Doreen Morrisey, 2nd.a.d.: John Phelan Jnr, 3rd a.d.: Willie Smith, trainees: Tanya Cawley, Brian Mulvey, Jim Gorman, p.acct: David, Miriam Kane, Sile Dorney, loc.m.: Constance Harris, Cathy Pearson, sc.super.:Renee Foley Burke, 2nd unit dop: Cian De Buitlear, c.asst: Ciaran Barry, Richie Donnelly, Ciaran Kavanagh, Tim Fleming, trainee c.asst: Carl Hayden, stills: Laurie Sparham, grip: Malcolm Huse, Gary Smith, boom: Noel Quinn, sd.trainee: David Harris, gaffer: Con Dempsey, best boy: Kieron Dempsey, elec: Niall Mannon, Terry Eiffe, genny op: Brian Sheridan, art d: Anna Rackard, Susie Cullen, draftsperson: Brendan Rankin, storyboard artist: Martin Asbury, prop master: Paul Hedges, set dress: Rene Knol, standby props: Triona Coen, Noel Walsh, property buyer: John Neligan, trainee props: Eoin Lewis, ward super: Hazel Webb Crozier, a.ward super: Judith Devlin, trainee ward super: Jill Graves, chief hair: Dee Corcoran, a.hair: Sandra Kell, cons.man: Tommy Bassett, cons.sup: Gerry Drew, S.F.X. super: Gerry Johnston, armourer: John McKenna, stunt.co-ord: Patrick Condren, stunts: Dominick Hewitt, Raymond Nicholas, Alan Walsh, David Connelly, Steven Griffith, Nial Finnigan, Joe Condren, Joe Boyle, unit nurse: Olive Drynen, facilities vehicles: G+H Film +Transport Services, Reel Vehicles: Winnebago Hire, action vehicles co-ord.; Reggie Blair, transport: Danny Blain, location catering: Fitzers Catering. NEW YORK cREW, s.mix: Brian Miksis, unit manager: Lisa Rosenstein, Sr., office p.a.: Jeanine Brand, key p.a. Nancy Kolomitz, office p.a: Amy Rezac, assistant to Robert Dornheim: Tracy Bing, D.G.A. trainee: Eric Henriquez, production auditor: Michael Johnson, assistant auditor: Theresa Giardino Finnerty, asst: John Chamberlain, location p.a.s: Joseph P. Sevey, Carl Johnson, s.sup: Karen Kelsall, .2nd unit dop: John Sosenko, 2nd unit co-ord.: Tom Leavey, first a.c.: Gerard Sava, second a.c.: Michael Ontano, c.loader: Ray Collins, stills: Dennis Yeandle, key grip: Bill Weberg, best boy grip: Joseph G. Donohue, Dolly grip: Tony Campenni, grips: Howard Davidson, Paul Steinman, boom op: Michael P. Filmmer, gaffer: Scott Ramsey, best boy: Mark Schwentner, elec: Kurt Lennig, Chuck Fields, Shuan Gilbert, set decorator: Diane Lederman, leadman: Hank Leibeskind, asst: Bradley Mayor, Deborah Kagel, dressers: Roman Greller, Eric Cheripka, props master: Eric Stepper, asst: Elizabeth Schlitten, scenics: Robert Barnett, Elizabeth Linn, art dept. driver: Whitney R. Browne, art dept p.a.: Rochell Jensen, ward super: Fionulla M. Lynch, Tom Stokes, Andrew Corbo, John Corbo, Marie Abma, asst: Julie Ewal, a.make-up: Chris Bingham, hair stylist: Bill Kohout., extras cast: Byron Crystal, S.F.X. masters: J.C. Brotherhood, Eddie Drohan, stunt.co-ord. Manie Siverio, stunt double: Stracy Diaz, stand-ins: Eric Van Alstyne, JIll Helene, teamster captain: Tom Leavey, Robert Marsh, Thomas Kearns, John W. Rainey III, Thomas Crowe, drivers: Anthony Ingrassellino, dialect coach: Nancy Mayans, set p.as.: J. Bradley Hennegan, Jonathon Hoffman, Lisa Yaccino, Brenda Yagmin, Jen Blais, Ronan O'Conner, Marlus Harding, catering: Somethings Cooking, Cecil B. DeMeals INC. With thanks to Matt Loeb I.A./ East Coast Council, Fern Wakeneen Sag, Terry Casaletta D.G.A., Tony O'Donnell Jn., GERMAN NIT. Rerecorded at Rhur Sound Studios, Germany and Videosonics, London. music recorded at Angel Studio. London, musicians: London Pops Orchestra, Engineers: Steve Price, assistant engnr: Niall Acott. Very Special Thanks to : David Aukin, Colin Leventhal, Graham Easton, Sara Geater, Andrew Hildebrand, Allan Reich, Andy Ordonez.
    Art directionPACKARD, Anna
    CULLEN, Susie
    Costume designMALANSKY, Stephanie
    DONNELLY, Maggie
    RightsCopyright 1996 Zephr Film/Samson Films/Road Movies Productions.
    Production designIVANOV, Kalina
    McCULLAGH, Tom
    Genre/CategoryPolitical Thriller
    Feature Film Drama

    TitleDIVORCING JACK
    Production companyMosaic Movies
    BBC Films
    Winchester Films
    Scala Productions
    SponsorArts Council of England
    Arts Council of Northern Ireland
    National Lottery Fund
    Northern Ireland Film Commission
    Canal+
    Country of originGreat Britain
    France
    ProducerCOOPER, Robert
    MANNION, Frank
    BENAYOUN, Georges
    DirectorCAFFREY, David
    Script/AdaptationBATEMAN, Colin
    PhotographyWELLAND, James
    Sound recordingMOORE, Mervyn
    EditingMOORE, Nick
    Executive producerPOWELL, Nik
    WOOLLEY, Stephen
    THOMPSON, David M.
    GEFTER, Marina
    SMITH, Gary
    CRAIB, Chris
    Music composerJOHNSTON, Adrian
    CastDavid Thewlis (Dan Starkey), Rachel Griffiths (Lee), Jason Isaacs ('Cow Pat' Keegan), Laura Fraser (Margaret), Richard Gant (Charles Parker, US journalist), Laine Megaw (Patricia Starkey), Bronagh Gallagher (taxi driver), Kitty Aldridge (Agnes Brinn), Robert Lindsay (Michael Brinn, PM of N.I.), Adam Black (young Dan Starkey), Simon Magill (Starkey's Brother), George Shane (Woods), Alan McKee (Mouse), Strapper (Patch), Brian Devlin (Paul, sub-editor), Sean Caffrey (Joe), Birdy Sweeney (lift attendant), Katie Tumelty (reporter), Ian McElhinney (Alfie Stewart), B.J. Hogg (Billy McCoubrey), Gerard Quinn (pizza shop boy), Dale Kirkpatrick (Robert Brinn), Johantan Collier (voice of Robert Brinn), Philip Young ('FTP' skinhead), Thomas Hourican (sod), Danny Kelly ('space hopper' man), Frank Mannion (Finbar Kelly), Colin Murphy (Giblet O'Gibber), John Linehan (announcer), Barbara Adair (old woman), Paddy Rocks (Mad dog), Derek Halligan (Frankie), Patrick Duncan (waiter), Dick Holland (crony), James Duran (hood), Norman Hagan (balaclava), John Keegan (Father Flynn), Brendan McNally (postal), Robert Cooper (civil servant), Alison Black, Alec Fennell, Christine Bleakley, Stephen Nolan, Chris Buckler (radio newsreaders)
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    SoundDolby Digital
    Duration110
    Footage9892
    Format35mm
    Release date1998
    CopyIFA
    Summary1999. In independent Northern Ireland elections are under way for the country's first Prime Minister, with republican Michael Brinn the front runner. Dan Starkey, a cynical newspaper columnist, meets a young woman, Margaret, and invites her to a party. He is caught kissing her by his wife Patricia, who throws him out. He spends the night with Margaret, who later gives him a cassette tape given to her by her father. When he returns from buying pizza, he finds Margaret shot. Her dying words sound like 'Divorce Jack'. Sharkey learns that Margaret's father, David McGarry, was Brinn's right-hand man. Starkey and visiting American reporter Charles Parker are shot at by loyalist gunmen but they escape. Needing change to phone Patricia, he sells the cassette in a street market. Meanwhile, Patricia is abducted by masked men. Wanted for Margaret's killing, Starkey goes undercover with Parker's help. Attacked by the Ulster Volunteer Force, Starkey escapes with the help of Lee, a nurse moonlighting as a 'Nun-O-Gram' who tends to his wounds. Her chance remark enlightens Starkey - Margaret had tried to say 'Dvorak', the label on the cassette. Before Starkey can retrieve the tape, he and Parker are kidnapped by an IRA gang led by Pat Keegan, Margaret's former boyfriend. He is holding Patricia as ransom for the cassette. Keegan kills Parker and threatens to kill Patricia when Lee rescues them with a gun. Having left both women in hiding, Starkey retrieves the cassette, which contains Brinn's confession of having bombed a crowded hotel when he was a member of the IRA. Captured again by Keegan's gang, who have found Patricia and Lee, Starkey is forced to act as a messenger to Brinn, demanding £1 million for the tape. The swap goes ahead and Brinn admits that his own henchmen killed Margaret. Both Keegan and Brinn are blown up by their own booby traps. Brinn posthumously wins in a landslide, and Starkey and Patricia are reconciled.
    Reference‘Mosaic Movies...presents...Divorcing Jack’, Oct 1998, publicity: Introduction, cast and crew lists, synopsis, production details, locations, casting, cast and crew biographies of the film Divorcing Jack. Held at the Tiernan MacBride Library of the Irish Film Institute.

    The Guardian, 2/10/98:7, ‘The Worst Thing’, critical review of the film Divorcing Jack.

    The Guardian (Weekend), 26/9/98:20-24, ‘Blackpool illumination’, profile of actor David Thewlis, who appeared in Divorcing Jack (Sally Vincent).

    Irish Times, 28/9/98:6, ‘Film premiere to help mark actor's courage’, premiere of film Divorcing Jack as tribute to deceased actor John Keegan (Gerry Moriarty).

    Sunday Independent, 18/10/98:31L, ‘A Tarantino touch’, short review of the film Divorcing Jack (Ronan Farren).

    Sunday Tribune, 18/10/98:6, ‘Cork Clips’, three short paragraphs of trivia about the film Divorcing Jack (Ciaran Carty).

    Sunday Tribune, 18/10/98:6, ‘Nun's the word as Divorcing Jack says the unspeakable’, review (Ciaran Carty).

    Irish Times (Sound and Vision), 6/10/98:13, review (Michael Dwyer).

    Dublin Event Guide, 21/10-3/11/98:14, review.

    Sunday Tribune (Review), 25/4/99:6, review of video release.

    The Guardian, 7/5/99:12, review of Divorcing Jack, released for video rental in Britain (Rob Mackie).

    Sunday Independent (Living and Leisure), 9/5/99:33L, review of Divorcing Jack, released for video rental in Ireland.

    Sunday Times (Culture), 28/11/99:8, ‘Intelligence from the Y-Front’, interview with author Colin Bateman (Mick Heaney).

    Sunday Business Post (Agenda),28/ 11/99, ‘Boozy Hack Meets the New Messiah on Teetotal Island’, book review of Turbulent Priests by Colin Bateman. References are made to the film version of Divorcing Jack.

    Volta Magazine, Vol 2 Issue 2 2000:48, review of Divorcing Jack currently on DVD release (Michael McGowan).

    Irish Times (Sound and Vision), 01/09/00:13, ‘Troubles at the box-office’, film production has been hitting record levels in the North has been reaching record levels since the success of Divorcing Jack. This article discusses whether the honeymoon is over and are 'Troubles' films a turn-off for international audiences (Andrew McGill).
    DistributorAbbey Films
    35 Upper Abbey Street
    Dublin 1
    Tel: 353-1-2366686

    Mosaic Movies (UK)
    KeywordsTroubles
    Independent Northern Ireland
    IRA
    Ullster Volunteer Force
    Newspapers
    Elections
    Relationships
    LocationBelfast
    Production creditsp.c. Mosaic Movies, BBC Films, Winchester Films, Scala Productions. p: Robert Cooper, d: David Caffrey, exec.p.s: Nik Powell, Stephen Woolley, David M. Thompson, co-exec.p.s: Marina Gefter, Gary Smith, Chris Craib, co-p.s: Frank Mannion, Georges Benayoun, line p: Jane Robertson, BBC NI p.exec.s: Jennifer McAufield, Kevin Jackson, p.co-ord: Amy Allen, post.p.super: Annie Wallbank, post-production cnslt: Stephen Law, dialogue coach: Sandra Butterworth, 1st a. d: Mary Soan, Konrad Jay, 2nd a. d: Clare Amory, 3rd a. d: Liam O'Donnell, p.co-ord: Amy Allen, a.accnt: Linda Bowen, producer's assistant/post-p.co-ord: Kate Croft, loc.m.: Stephen Killen, a.loc.m.: Claire McBride, loc.a.: Gary Walker, art d: Tom McCullagh, a.art d: Gillian Deveny, production buyer:Jerry Organ, art dept a.: Cliona Harkin, storyboard artist: Keith Henderson, sc.super: Emer Conroy, focus puller: John Bailie, clapper loader: Eric Greenberg, key grip: Roy Harrison, second grip: Glyn Harrison, Steadicam op.: Alistair Rae, sc.super. a.: Jeanette McGrath, s: Mervyn Moore, boom op: Ronan Hill, s.trainee:Aiden Hughes, make-up.dsgn.: List Boston, make-up artist: Pamel Smyth, make-up artist : Maggie Magee, cost.super: Eleanor Appleby, cost.a.: Nuala McCaffrey, costume daily: Kerry Gooding, lighting gaffer: Brian Livingstone, best boy: Colin Irwin, elec: Glen Hastings, Brendan McClean, sp.effs.super: Martin Neill, Senior sp.effs. tech.: Mark Holt, sp.effs. engnr: Neil Blackburn, sp.effs. tech.: Donal Neill, sp.effs. tech.: Sean Pagel, 2nd unit d: Nick Moore, 2nd unit c.op.: Mike Robinson, Lewis Foster, 2nd unit focus puller: Kurt Savage, 2nd unit clapper: Dochy Lowe, c.trainee: Andy Bradford, props master: Stephen Wheeler, standby props: Dave Reilly, Alan Briant, dressing propmen: Geoff Geddis, Jim Barr, prop Man: Vincent Kinnaird, runaround prop/van driver: Liam Taylor, props and armourer trainee: Brandon Mawhinney, armourer: Robert Gyle, stunt.co-ord. Lee Sheward, cnstr.man.: Russell C. Fulton, unit stills: Marcus Robinson, unit publicity: Vikkie Luya, Corbett & Keene, cast.a.s: Greg Kyle, Hilary Hanna, James Norrie, extras cast: Hilary Donnan, production runners: Jeanette McGrath, Ceire Deery, Jennie Browne, Biene Polaksek, post.p.a.: Barnaby Braithwaite, BBC NI p.exec.s: Jennnifer McAulfield, Kevin Jackson, 1st a.ed.: Ben Yeates, film a.: Lionel Johnson, 2nd a.ed.s (coNíorm): Gavin Buckly, Hermione Byrt, Emily Grant, Gabby Smith, Editing trainee: Johathan Haren, super.s.ed: Andy Kennedy, a.ed.: Claire Saunders, dial.ed.: Matt GFilme, Foley: Jaques Leroide, ADR Ed: Mike Redfern, a. dialogue eds: Anthony Faust, Zane Hayward, re-rd.mix.s: John 'Boots' Hayward, Michael A. Carter, Anthony Cleal, Foley art.: Jason Swanscott, Diane Greaves, post.p.super: Annie Wallbank, post-production cnslt: Stephen Law, Mr Thewlis's stunt double: Julian Spencer, Ms. Griffith's stunt double: Sarah Franzl, Mr. Gant's stunt double: Morgan Johnson, stunt performers: Paul Heasman, Richard Hammatt, Sean Rogers, Tracy Eddon, Steve Street Griffin, David Cronnerly, Tina Maskell, floor runners: Clare Mulligan, Christine Braithwaite, Oliver Howe, Alan Manning, runners/drivers: Colin McIvor, Freddy Boyd, Colin Frizell, Mr. Thewlis's driver: Robert Fleming, unit driver: Peter Ogunsalu, unit nurse: Pauline McDonald, Dog Handler: Jill Raddings, Stunt Dogs, Craftsman Joiner: William Reid, Joseph Douglas, scenic painter: Robbie Richardson, Christie O'Shaughnessy, standby carpenter: Alex Robertson, Roland Coyne, standby painter: Billy Armstrong, standby rigger: Kevin Killeen, stand I in for Mr. Thewlis: Gary Mercer, stand in for Ms. Griffiths: Sarah ward, generator op.: Carlo McDonald, electrical Tender driver: Pete Morrow, camera car driver: Raymond Boyd, dining bus driver: Alan Green, ward bus driver: David McDowell, make-up bus driver: Alan Crozier, Security co-ord.: Gerry Hassett, Facilities/camera equipment: Panavision UK Ltd. lighting equipment: Film Lighting Facilities, Lightworks: Oculus, grip: equipment: Lightgrip, Panavsion Grips, Cutting Rooms: De Lane Lea, dubbed at Pinewood Studios, Dolby s.cnslt.: Julian Pinn, Howard Bargroff, Film Processed at Rank Film Laboratories, grader: John Heath, neg cutting by: Tru Cut, Digital Film Services by: Cine Site Digital Studios, titles dsgner: John Downey, titles and opticals by: Capital FX (London), music laid by: Reelsound, Location Facility Vehicles: G&H Film & Television Services Ltd. caterers: Britannia Catering, costumes supplied by Carlo Manzi Damodes, Flights arranged by: The Travel Company, Filters: South London Filters, Motorhomes: Carlton Motor Homes, Radios: Waveend, stills: Pinewood stills, Translight Provided by Alan Smith, legal services: Reno Antoniades, Lee & Thompson, Production Finance arranged Through Berliner Bank A.G. (London Branch). World Revenues Collected and Distributed by Mees Pierson Management and Collection B.V., insurance services: Aon/Albert G. Ruben, Completion Guarantee Provided by international Film Guarantors, Inc., Banking: Coutts & Co., original score p: Adrian Johnson and mixed in 5.1 Surround by: Steve Parr at Hear No Evil, conductor: Terry Davies, copyist: Colin Rae, music contractor: Isobel Griffiths. thanks to: Anne Aubrey, Arthur Baker, Belfast City Council, City air Express, Emerald Isle Books, H.D. Finch's, The Europa Hotel, EuroDollar, Malone Mews, Sharon Mawhinney, Paddy McCann, McCay Cars, MMK Freight, Nick O'Hagan, 1 Oxford Street Gallery (Paul Wilson, Paul Bell), The Royal Ulster Constabulary, Paul Staffords, VIP Taxis. With special thanks to: Lyn Menjamin, Iain Bennett, Laurie Borg, David Bray, Mary Brehony, Malcolm Burgess, Jonathan Channon, Pilly Cowell, Phil Dale, Patrick Duncan, Mark DuNíord, Gretta Finer, Michael Foster, Susan Gray, Graham Hartstone, Deirdre Hawthorne, Austin Hunter, Tim Johnson, Francesca Leahy, Pat Loughrey, Lorraine McDowell, Damian McParland, Mary Maguire, Pippa Markham, Nick Marston, Brian Mulholland, Helen Noakes, Cresta Norris, Kevin O'Shea, Dave Read, Gillian Reynolds, Steve Robbins, Tricia Ronane, Roger Sampson, Mike Smith, Kate Triggs, Amanda Verlaque, Daniel Walker. Supported by the National Lottery through the Arts Council of England and the Arts Council of Northern Ireland National Lottery Fund. Produced with the assistance of the Northern Ireland Film Commission with the participation of Canal+. Eastman Colour Film from Kodak. Filmed on Location in and around Belfast. A British-French Co-Production. Copyright 1998 Scala (Divorcing Jack) Limited/IMA Films S.A./Le Studio Canal+.
    Art directionMcCULLAGH, Tom
    Costume designTAIT, Pam
    APPLEBY, Eleanor
    McCAFFREY, Nuala
    RightsScala (Divorcing Jack) Limited/IMA Films/Le Studio Canal +

    Distributor: Content Films Tel: 44-207-8516500
    E-mail: rebecca.berry@contentfilms.com
    Production designKENNY, Claire
    Genre/CategoryComedy
    Feature Film Drama
    Thriller

    TitleCROSSMAHEART
    Production companyLexington Films Ltd
    Peregine Films
    SponsorArts Council of Northern Ireland
    National Lottery Funds
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerBOYD, Don
    MILLS, Stephanie
    DirectorHERBERT, Henry
    Script/AdaptationBATEMAN, Colin
    PhotographyBUTLER, Peter
    Sound recordingMOORE, Mervyn
    McMILLAN, Michael
    EditingROSS, Adam
    Music composerKEMP, Gary
    SHEAMUR, Edward
    Songs'Standing in Love ', written and performed by Gary Kemp. Taken from the Album 'Little Bruises', original sound recording made by Sony Music Entertainment. Copright Sony Entertainment (uk) Ltd.
    CastGerard Rooney (Miller), Maria Lennon (Marie), Enda Dates (O'Hagan), Des Cave (Craig), Seamus Ball (father), Paula McFetridge (Fiona), Richard Orr (Dave Morrow), Conleth Hill (Coulter), Tim Loane (Reverend Rainty), Alan McKee (Curly Bap), Doreen Keogh (Mrs. Hardy), John Keegan (Callaghan Peter Balance (Johnny), Catherine Brennan (Helen), Patrick Fitzsymons (Galvin), Maria Connolly (undertaker), Anthony Finnegan (magistrate), Michael McKight (solicitor), Thomas Lappin (John Miller), Magael McLoughlin (Mrs. Rainey), Nora Keneghan (Mrs. McCarthy), Phylis Ryan (Mrs. Murphy), Brenda Winters (mini market lady), Gordon Fulton (Uncle Andy), John Hewitt (Reverend Watts), Sean O'Mhuireagain (Webb), Tom Collins (man in pub), Tara O'Neill (receptionist), Sean Caffery (Carson)
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    SoundDolby Stereo
    Release date1997
    CopyIFA
    SummaryKevin is a truculent young journalist banished by his editor for drunken misbehavior from the bright lights of Belfast to a small provincial paper. Arriving in the town of the film's title, he finds that his predecessor has disappeared mysteriously, and is presumed dead. His relationship with the missing journalist's girlfriend Marie draws him into investigating a long hidden crime that implicates several of the leading lights of Crossmaheart.
    NoteScreened at the 10th Galway Film Fleadh, 7-12 July 1998.
    ReferenceFilm West, May 1998:60, review (Hugh Linehan).

    Irish Times (Sound and Vision), 15/5/98:15, ‘Ireland goes to Cannes’, mention of Crossmaheart in review from Cannes (Michael Dwyer).

    Irish Times, 1/5/98:13, ‘Agreeable ambiguities’, Crossmaheart mentioned in review of Foyle Film Festival (Hugh Linehan).

    The Guardian, 21/3/98:30, ‘North takes key part in green screen revival’, mention of Crossmaheart (Cycle of Violence) in review of film industry growth in Northern Ireland (Ian Wylie).

    In Production, October 2003 Volume 6 Number 5:19, Box Office Figures for Irish and Irish Interest films from 1999 to 2003 (to date). Held at the Tiernan MacBride Library of the Irish Film Institute.
    KeywordsJournalists
    Troubles
    Adaptation
    Northern Ireland
    LocationNorthern Ireland
    Production creditsp.c.: Lexicon Films Presents, p: Don Boyd, Stephanie Mills, d: Henry Herbert, sc: Colin Bateman based on the novel Cycle of Violence by Colin Bateman, dop: Peter Butler, edited by: Adam Ross, music by: Gary Kemp, Edward Shearmur, cast.s: Ros and Jon Hubbard, p.dsgn.: Shane Bunting, assoc.p.: Alison Kerr, p.m.: Jane Robertson, production co-odinator: Jo Farr loc.m.: Stephen Killen, loc.a.:Clare McBride, 1st a.d.: Crispen Buxton, 2nd a,d,: Helen Murray, 3rd a.d.: Thomas McVea, p.a.: Kirsty Argyle, London office runner: Walter Mcintosh, s.recs: Mervyn Moore, Michael McMillan, boom op.: Angus Sneddon, focus puller: Jeremy Westgate, clapper loaders: Rachael McGregor, Jonathan Woods, Louise Gaffney, key grip: Roy Harrison, gaffer: Brian Livingstone, elec: Colin Irwin, Carlo McDonald, m.super: Steve Dagger, assistant to Mr Dagger: Jenna Davies, cast a.: Greg Kyle, art d.: Gillian Devenny, properties buyer: Geoff Geddis, properties master: Peter Richey, properties hand: Vincent Kinnaird, stand properties a.: Jim Barr, art dept a.: Dermot Hegarty, special FX super: Martin Neill, cost: Clare Mcerlean, ward mistress: Nuala McCafferty, ward.a. : Kerry Gooding, hair and make-up design: Victoria Smyth, hair and make-up a.: Elisa Johnson, stunt super: Eamonn Kelly, stunts: Bronco Mcloughlin, Karen Bennett, runner/ driver: Conor Wright, Jeanette McGrath, production runner: Gerard Braiden, daily runners: Martina Ryan, Carolyn Rafferty, Nick Fullerton, stills ph: Rory Moore, post-p.super: Torsen Leschly, s.dsgn: Soren Bjerregaard, dub.mix.: Kristian, Eidnes Anderson, post.p. facilities: Feltwave, publicity: Hobsbawm McCualy, distribuition cnslt: Neil Weissman, legal.adv.: Craig Eadie, Jenny McClintlock, insurance:AON, Albert G. Ruben, p.accnt.:Ivan Sopher and Co., a.accnt.: Linda Kelso, catering: Route Catering, camera equipment: Camera Associates Ltd, South London Filters, Cine - Europe Ltd, lighting equipment: Brian Livingstone, sound equipment: Richmond Film Services, grip/crane equipment: Light Grip, film labatories: Metrocolor London Ltd, on set facilities: DJK Film Services, Motorolas: Wavevend Ltd, original m. by Gary Kemp, published by Reformation Publishing Company Ltd. The Producers would like to thank Banbridge District Council, Bank Leumi (uk) Plc, BBC N. Irish, Brian Waddel Productions, Carol Bronte, R. Browne, 'C' Company 3rd, Co Down, Co Armagh Battalion, Royal Irish Regiment, Comber Commercial Centre, Mrs Cree, PS Downey, The Downshire Arms, Dromore Methodist Church, film stock Centre Blanx, Brenda Magunn, Alfie Malcomson, Mr. and Mrs. Mcdowell, Mr. and Mrs. McGrath, David McMurray, Ciran Mussen, Rathfriland Library, Royal Ulster Constablary, Margaret Sterrit, Sandy Trimble, Ulster Bank (Rathfriland), the People of Rathfriland and Dromore. With thanks to the Lexington Distribution Ltd Partenership, Developed in association with Peregine Films Ltd, development executive: Jane Cussons. Developed with the support of the Media Programme of the European Union. Supported by the UK National through the Arts Council of Northern Ireland's National Lottery Fund. Filmed entirely on location in Northern Ireland. Copyright Lexington Films Ltd. 1997.
    Art directionDEVENNY, Gillian
    Costume designMcERLEAN, Clare
    RightsLexington Films
    First Floor
    4 Fitzroy Square
    London
    W1P 5aH
    ph 0171 691 1080
    fax 0171 691 1081

    Tim Buxton at Portman
    Ph 0171 468 3456 / 0044 171 468 3455
    Production designBUNTING, Shane
    Genre/CategoryFeature Film Drama

    Series/Newsreel titleFRAMEWORKS
    Episode/Item titleEvil Cradling, An
    Production companyFrameworks
    SponsorBórd Scánnán na hEireann/Irish Film Board
    Comhairle Ealaoin/Arts Council of Ireland
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerKAVANAGH, Andrew
    FORAN, Keith
    DirectorKAVANAGH, Andrew
    FORAN, Keith
    Script/AdaptationKEENAN, Brian
    KAVANAGH, Andrew
    EditingO'Muirgheasa, Ronan
    Associate producerDUNNE, Caroline
    SWITZER, Stuart
    Music composerMcGEE, Greg
    NarratorKEENAN, Brian
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    Soundsound
    Release date1998
    CopyIFA/RTE
    SummaryAdapted from 'Music', the seventh chapter of Brian Keenan's An Evil Cradling and narrated by him, this film details the mind's spiral into madness and its ultimate triumph over it. As a hostage in Beirut, deprived of the most basic human needs in solitary confinement, his flights of imagination flourished in vivid reality though he knew them to be hallucinogenic. It wasn't until the margins between fantasy and reality blurred beyond distinction, that his despair took a real hold on him.
    NoteThis animated short is based on chapter seven of Brian Keenan's novel An Evil Cradling. In 1995, the Irish Film Board, RTE and the Arts Council, in association with the Northern Ireland Film Council, invited applications for a new animation scheme. Frameworks aims to encourage imaginative animation from new animators, but also from established animators who may wish to realise more personal and creative projects. Screened at the 44 Cork Film Festival, 10 - 17 October, 1999.
    DistributorCoCo TV
    + 353 1 790 5300
    KeywordsHostages
    Imprisonment
    Captivity
    Beirut
    Production creditsp.c.: Frameworks, spon: Bord Scannan na hEireann/The Irish Film Board, Radio Telefís Éireann, Arts Council of Ireland, p/d: Andrew Kavanagh, Keith Foran, sc/narr: Brian Keenan, Adapted for the Screen by: Andrew Kavanagh, super. animators: Andrew Kavanagh, Keith Foran, animators: Derek Joyce, Richard Kelly, Paul McGrath, Ciaran Crowley, Mark Flood, Scott McDonnell, Shane Farrell, FX anim: Paul McGrath, assistant animators: Teemu Auersalo, Damian Byrne, Martin Byrne, Tom Caulfield, Stella Cristofolini, Val Cummins, David Jones, John Keane, Lorraine Lordan, Paschal Maguire, Adam McConnell, Richard Mooney, Fiona Murphy, Bronagh O'Hanlon, Dance Performance: Philip Lee, storyboard: Keith Foran, Andrew Kavanagh, Owen Fitzpatrick, Layouts: Owen Fitzpatrick, Background: Owen Fitzpatrick, Paul Madden, Bronagh O'Hanlon, dialogue Track recording: Word Works Studio, Sam Pouch, Amanda Sheilf, post.p.s. facility: Lime Street Sound, Voice recording: Keith Alexander, sound mix: Pat Stokes, post.p.s. supervision: Macalla, Voice d: Marcus Conghail, post.p. Animo: A for Animation, Bristol, Mark Taylor, Zan Light, Hayley Crosbie, Gary Browne, Noelle Gartlan, titles: Andrew Phelan, post.p. services: Windmill Lane Pictures, Pauline O'Rourke, Ian O'Brien, Alan Sullivan, Janice Toomey, p.a.: Roisin Kellaghan, p.accnt.: Stephen Kennaugh, post.p. cnslt: Cuan MacConghail. acknowledgements: Clare Duignam, Rod Stoneman, Elaine Steel, Stephen Plunkett, Mary Hyland, Rocket Animation, Coco Television, Thelma Chambers, Jean Klein, Tony Donoghue, Julie Doyle, Paddy Hayes, Aoife Leonard, Shane Mulvey, Cynthia O'Murchu, Brian Reynolds, DILADT Radio Department, Donal Nolan. Frameworks Funding Partners: RTE, Bord Scannan na hEireann, The Arts Council. s.dsgn: In Sync Studios, Tony McGuinness, art d.: Owen Fitzpatrick, ed: Ronan O'Muirgheasa, assoc.p: Caroline Dunne, Stuart Switzer
    Art directionFITZPATRICK, Owen
    Genre/CategoryShort Film Drama
    Animation

    TitlePUCKOON
    Production companyBeyond Films
    MBP Production
    Y2K Film Productions Ltd
    Insight Ventures (UK)
    Distinguished Features (Ireland)
    SponsorNational Lottery
    Arts Council of Northern Ireland
    Northern Ireland Film Commission
    Country of originIreland
    Northern Ireland
    Great Britain
    ProducerTUOHY, Ken
    RYAN, Terence
    DirectorRYAN, Terence
    Script/AdaptationRYAN, Terence
    PhotographyHANNAN B.S.C., Peter
    Sound recordingDEASY, Brendan
    EditingDISKIN, Dermot
    Executive producerMOCKERT, Rainer
    RILEY, Brooks
    Music composerHARTLEY, Richard
    BRENNAN, Pol
    Songs'Danny Boy'

    'The Merry Blacksmith'

    'Sunrise'
    written by Neil Hannon
    Published by BMG
    From the Setanta Album 'Fin de Siecle'
    CastSpike Milligan (himself), Sean Hughes (Dan Madigan), Elliott Gould (Dr. Goldstein), John Lynch (O'Brien), Daragh O'Malley (Father Rudden), David Kelly (O'Toole), Milo O'Shea (Sgt McGillikudde), Griff Rhys Jones (Colonel Stokes), Nickolas Grace (Foggerty), B.J. Hogg (Rafferty), Conor Mullen (Shamus), Frankie McCafferty (Lenny), Ronnie Drew (Pearse), John Kavanagh (Haggerty), Joe McGann (Chief Inspector Tomelty), Aine Ni Mhuiri (Madam Grinns), Christopher Jupe (Coporal Worms), Peter Woodward (Colonel Martin), Paddy Scully (Rubens Croucher), John Michie (Col. Charington Thurk), Paul Loughran (Farmer Murphy), Freddie Jones (Sir John Meredith), Charles Lawson (Nigel Ferguson), Richard Ridings (Alex Walker), Marc Sinden (the surveyor), Richard Dormer (Arthur Faddington), Breffni McKenna (Webster), Sean Kearns (Theobald Dring), John Keenan (Feely), Jane Milligan (Madigans wife), Richard Attenborough (writer/director), Allan McKee (supercilious official), Anthony Finagin (Madigan's dad), Oliva Nash (Madigan's dad), Mark Mulholland (George Devine), Jenny Howe (Mrs Croucher), Muriel Hobson (Mrs Noonan), Maureen Dow (Agnes Grope), Trudie Kelly (Winifred Grope), Ruth Urquhart (Miss Murphy), Margaret Darcy (Madam Tooney), JJ Murphy (Furg), Brenda Winter (Mrs Eels), Ben Lavery (Sergeant Major Gerard), Terry Keely (Mammy scout), Enda Fields, Seamus Fields, Patrick (Shosa) Fields (officers in court martial), Stuart Gibson, Kieran McCormick, Kevin McCartan, Owen McCavana, Ben Gould (Caesar scouts) Clifford Hadyn-Tovey (retired Colonel)
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    SoundDolby Digital
    Duration84
    Footage7525
    Format35mm
    Release date2003
    CopyIFA
    SummaryIn 1924 the joint Irish-British Boundary Commission is deciding on the new border between Northern Ireland and the Irish Free State. After months of haggling over every inch of territory, the commissioners are forced to finish the job by hand when a bicycle accident destroys the surveyors' equipment. The result for Puckoon is that the border is drawn down the middle of thevillage, dividing house from outhouse, husband from wife, pub chairs from the bar, the church from the cemetery. Dan Madigan wakes up to find the beer cheaper on the wrong side of the pub and a border patrol demanding passports. British troops man a border station outside the church. Fr Rudden defies the troops by smuggling corpses from the British-occupied north a few yards to the south. Two IRA volunteers take advantage of this smuggling scam to get their weapons across the border. Their plan to plant a bomb in a country house goes wrong when they are caught up in the activities of the local scouts and are then mistaken as walk-on characters in an amateur production of Julius Caesar. The police come after them. The IRA men steal Madigan's clothes. Their weapons and bombs are in a garden shed which explodes. In the wake of the explosion it is revealed that the story we have been watching is in fact a film-within-a-film. The characters all complain to the writer-director about their roles. We are told that after the tumultuous events of 1924, life returned to normal in Puckoon and that the locals soon forgot where the border line had been drawn.
    NoteSight and Sound 2003 5:58
    DistributorGuerilla Films (UK)
    Keywords1920s
    Partition
    Irish Border
    Boundary Commission
    Satire
    Allegory
    Politics
    Sectarianism
    IRA
    Priests
    British army
    Pubs
    Churches
    Bombs
    LocationIrish Border
    Ulster Folk and Transport Museum
    Down
    Ballywalter Park
    Castle Leslie
    Co Monaghan
    Glaslough
    Downpatrick Railway Station
    Painthall Studios
    Belfast
    Production creditsp.c.: Beyond Films, MBP Production, Y2K Film Productions Ltd. Supported by the National Lottery through the Arts Council of Northern Ireland And the Northern Ireland Film Commission, p: Ken Tuohy, Terence Ryan, d/sc: Terence Ryan, Based upon the book by Spike Milligan, dop: Peter Hannan B.S.C., ed: Dermot Diskin, exec.p: Rainer Mockert, Brooks Riley, p.dsgn: John Bunkers, cost: Hazel Webb-Crozier, m: Richard Hartley, Pol Brennan, cast: Jo Gilbert, 1st a.d.: Neil Tuohy, c.op.: Stefan Stankowski, p.accnt.:Gerry Fitzsimons, a.ed: Bill Jones, cnslt: Julian Doyle, s.dsgn: Andre Jacquemin, line p: Ken Tuohy, p.a.: Magnus McLeod, sc.ed: Susan Morrall, p.m.: Helen Murry, dsgn: Shane Bunting, sp.effs. super: Dominic Tuohy, 2nd a.d.: Kit Ryan, 2nd a.d. : Jules Moore, 3rd a. d.: Darren Fee, unit loc.m.: Stephen Killen, loc.a.: Chiara Jane Grindle, Colin McIvor, p.co-ord.: Michelle Walsh, p.a.: Angela McClune, p.trainees: Benjamin Sloan, Margaret McGaffin, floor runner: Barry Keil, stand-in: Nathan Hogg, accnts a.: Cathy Mooney, payroll: Sargeant Disc, unit publicist: Gerry Lundberg, a.publicist: Sinead O'Doherty, American cast: Don Pemrick, Dean Fronk, a. ph: Stephen Smith, Chas Bain, focus puller: Shane Deasy, 2nd focus puller: Conor Hammond, c.loaders: Fiona Deasy, Angus Mitchell, c.trainee: Thomas Hassan, stills ph: Lisa Carville, grips: Luke Quigley, Glynn Harrison, sc.super.s: Louise Gaffney, Sabine Wuhrer, Caroline Sax, art d.: Gillian Devenny, scenic artist: Andrew Garnet Lawson, sp.effs. tech: Robert Liddington, Martin Neil, prop buyer: Emer McAvin, storyboard artist: William Simpson, armourer: Robert Gyle, props master: Jim Barr, dressing props: John McCatney, Vincent Kinnard, standby props: Pat McKane, William Simpson, props buyer: Liam Taylor, Art Deparment trainees: Paul Stewart, Cole Doherty, cnstr.man.: Russel Fulton, unit rigger: Drew Meldon, standby carpenter: Alan Nixon, standby painters: Beverly Craig, John Ibbitson, stagehand: Gerry Quigley, studio landscaping: Dalzell Landscape Company, Gareth Dalzell, p.s.mix.: Mervyn Moore, s.mix.: Brendan Deasy, s.engnr: Daniel Crowley, s.trainee:Barry Cassidy, make-up.dsgn.: Pamela Smyth, make-up Vicky Smith, hair: Kelly Tuohy, senior cost.a.: Nuala McCafferty, cost.a.: Caroline McCall, junior cost.a.: Louise Stewart, gaffer: Brian Livingstone, best boy: Carlo McDonnell, elec: Brett McCrum, Seamus Lynch, Martin Holland, electrical labour: Bert James, genny op.: Phil Fitzsimons, Sean Graig, transport captain: Alan Crozier, drivers: Jimmiy Barren, Morris Brown, Billy Carty, Peter Catling, Steven Cull, Tom Grahaem, Dennis Hanna, John McDowell, Gavin McGlassin, Cray McGlassin, Davey Mulholland, Pete Morrow, Derek Rea, tracking vehicle op.s: Colin McCathy, Martin Kelly, unit nurse: Tracy Ferguson, catering: Route Catering, Dessie Wilson, John McConaughie, Marie Colon, Sandra Savage, security:Locktight, Robert Ferguson, animal trainers: Bronco McLoughlin, Karen Bennett, 1st a. film ed: Declan McGrath, orchestrations: Pol Brennan, Richard Hartley, engnr: Phil Chapman, a.engineers: Dave Slevin, Debbie Smith, music preparation: Roger Williams, music recorded and mixed at Westland Studios. Dublin, perf by The Irish Film Orchestra, orchestral management: Caitriona Walsh, fiddle: Marie Breathnach, whistles: Emer Mayock, bodhran: Neil Lyons, uileann pipes: Tommy Martin, Wake musicians:David Lyttle, Keith Lyttle, Jan Lyttle, choreographer: Anne Lyttle 'Danny Boy', 'The Merry Blacksmith', 'Sunrise' written by Neil Hannon, Published by BMG, From the Setanta Album 'Fin de Siecle', keyboard programming, guitar, whistle, bodhran: Pol Brennan, recording engnr: Ben Findlay, recorded at Powerswood, Thomastown, Co Kilkenny. musicians:vocal: Christine Wyss, accordion: Peter Browne, Mick McCauley, Uillean Pipes: Leanord Barry, fiddle: Oisin McCauley, bodhran: Tommy Lannigan, flute: Eammon DeBarra, drums: Paul O'Byrne, percussion: Nicholas Bailey, piano: Hugh Donoghue, harp: Jackie Burke, electric guitar: M J O'Carroll, banjo: Dave Howard, orchestration: Geoff Alexander, 1st violin: Alan Smale, 2nd violin: Mike Darcy, viola: Tommy Kane, cello: Una Ni Channain, contrabass: Aura Stone, Jews harp: Ben Findlay, thanks to: DogiDesign Pro-Tools, administration: Dave Taraskevics, Beckie Parsons, accnt: Gerry McInerney, Sheridans Solicitor London, Sensible Music Dublin, Audio technical NJM, catering: On The Spot, Sarah Hickey, drivers: Pat Hughes, James Garry, Will Grace, Kilcullen Recording Studio Abbey House, Silks Restaurant, Carrolls Bar, stunt.co-ord. Jo Condron, stunts: Brendan Condron, Paddy Condron, Ken Doherty, Barbara Conway, Norman Kelly, Paul Valentine, Paul Burke, Bronco McLoughlin. re-rd.mix.s: John Fitzgerald, Douglas Murray, Michelle Cunniffe, super.s.ed.:Jon Stevenson, s.effs.ed: Mark Duff, s.ed.s: Hugo Monks, Fionn Higgins, a.s.ed.:Martin Fitzpatrick, ADR re-rd.mix. (Dublin): Gerry Roche, ADR re-rd.mix. (London): Trevor Swanscott, Robert Thompson, ADR re-rd.mix. (Los Angeles): Dan Ortiz, ADR rec: Jean McGrath, ADR crowd co-ord.: Derek Reid, Foley rec: Michelle Cunniffe, Foley artist: Jenny Lee Wright, Foley a.: ADR Recording (Los Angeles) Interlock Studios, s-post.p.facilities: Ardmore Sound, Ireland - Paul Moore, Alan Collins, digita.effs.: Peerless Camera Company, visual effects super: Paul John Docherty, digital.effs.p: Andrew Fowler, p.assts: Nick Bedford, Claire Newberry, runner : Anita Gribble, 2D Artists: John F Swinnerton, Steve Cutmore, Patrick Wong, Rotoscope artist: Martin Body, 3D artist: Andrea Adams, camera tracking: 2D3, opticals: CINEIMAGE, Charles Green, Steve Boag, titles: FRAMELINE, Nick Comley, Roger Phillips, telecine: TELEFILM, Peter Waston, negative cutting: SYLVIA WHEELER, Jason Wheeler, Wayne Jones, Lightworks supplied by: EDITLINE, Dublin, Jim Colgan, cameras supplied by: PANAVISION, Hugh Whittaker, lights supplied by: LEE LIGHTING Ltd., Tony Lucas, grip: equipment/cranes: VFG, Roy Harrison, film stock supplied by: FUJI Photo Film Ireland, Jo Hooper, rushes screening: MOVIEHOUSE, Belfast, 13 DENZILLE LANE, Dublin, production lawyers: A&L GOODBODY, Geraldine East, production insurers; AON Insurance, Sue Haddow, completion bond: FILM FINANCE INC., Huw Penallt Jones, post-production Scripts: SAPEX SCRIPTS, Paul Sattin, Libary Footage: INDEX, couriers: COURIER SYSTEMS, INITIAL CITY LINK, Stephen Wallace, Aerly Bird, Dublin, Debbie & Rachel, EXPRESS CARGO FORWARDING, Cliff Farr, Freight couriers: WILLS FREIGHT SERVICES, travel agent: STRANMILLIS TRAVEL, Airlines: AER LINGUS, VIRGIN AIRWAYS, World revenues collected and distributed by FINTAGE, collection account management: B.V, Co-Production between: INSIGHT VENTURES U.K. and DISTINGUISHED FEATURES, IRELAND supported by the NORTHERN IRELAND FILM COMMISSION, THE ARTS COUNCIL OF NORTHERN IRELAND and THE IRISH FILM BOARD.
    Art directionDEVENNEY, Gillian
    Costume designWEBB-CROZIER, Hazel
    Production designBUNKERS, John
    Genre/CategoryFeature Film Drama
    Literary Adaptation
    Comedy
    Period Drama
    Historical Drama

    TitleCOURTNEYS OF CURZON STREET, THE
    COURTNEY AFFAIR, THE
    Production companyImperadio Pictures Ltd
    Country of originGreat Britain
    ProducerWILCOX, Herbert
    DirectorWILCOX, Herbert
    Script/AdaptationPHIPPS, Nicholas
    PhotographyGREENE, Max
    WALKER, Robert
    Sound recordingROSS, Bert
    EditingNEWTON, Flora
    CAMPBELL, Vera
    Music composerCOLLINS, Anthony
    Songs'The Broken Doll', 'Soldiers in the Park', 'Roses of Picardy', sung by Anna Neagle; 'Lily Marlene', 'Whispering', 'Ramona', 'Soldiers of the Queen', 'Lily of Laguna', 'Honeysuckle and the Bee'
    CastAnna Neagle (Catherine O'Halloran}, Michael Wilding (Sir Edward Courtney), Gladys Young (Lady Courtney), Coral Browne (Valerie), Michael Medwin (Edward Courtney), Daphne Slater (Cynthia), Jack Watling (Teddy Courtney), Helen Cherry (Mary Courtney), Ethel O'Shea (Mrs O'Halloran), Bernard Lee (Colonel Cascoyne), Percy Walsh (Sir Frank Murchison), Alice Gachet (Louise), Terry Randall (Pam), Kenneth Warrington (theatre manager), James Kavanagh (Irish priest}, Peter Hobbes (housemaster. Charterhouse), Martin Case (Mary Courtney's husband), Thora Hird (Kate, stage dresser). Max Kirby (Algie Longworth).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourb&w
    Soundsound
    Duration112/120
    Footage10860
    Format35mm
    Release date1947
    SummaryIn 1900 Irish lady's-maid Catherine O'Halloran marries her English employer's son, Edward Courtney, a lieutenant in the Guards. The match is disapproved of by Victorian society. After a period she feels she is ruining her husband's military career and leaves him to return to Ireland where their son is born. He serves with the military in India and endeavours to forget Catherine. To support her son and herself, Catherine goes on the stage and eventually becomes a famous actress under an assumed name. She and Edward do not meet again until 1914 when she is in France entertaining the troops. They find they are still in love and resume their married life together and Edward meets his son for the first time. When he grows up, their grandson marries a factory worker in 1944. (Adapted from production company synopsis; MFB 1947:61).
    NoteRe-issued in 1950 (30 mins cut).
    USA title THE COURTNEY AFFAIR. Filmed at London Film
    Studio, Shepperton, Middlesex. This film won the Daily Mail National
    Film Award, 1947; Picturegoer Annual Film Award, 1948; and was Top
    Moneymaker, 1947.
    ReferenceKW 10/4/1947; TC 9/4/1947. Gifford 11126: May 1947.
    DistributorBritish Lion Film Corporation (GB)
    KeywordsVictorian Society
    Irish in Britain
    Migration
    Irish Diaspora
    Class Conflict
    Singers
    Entertainers
    World War I
    Production creditsp.c: Imperadio Pictures Ltd, p/d: Herbert Wilcox, sc: Nicholas Phipps from a story by Florence Tranter, dop: Max Greene, c. op: Robert Walker, p.m: George Maynard, art d: William C Andrews, ed: Flora Newton, Vera Campbell, a.d: Frank Holland, stage ensembles: Philip Buchel, Betty Buchel, m. score: Anthony Collins, songs: 'The Broken Doll', 'Soldiers in the Park', 'Roses of Picardy', sung by Anna Neagle; 'Lily Marlene', 'Whispering', 'Ramona', 'Soldiers of the Queen', 'Lily of Laguna', 'Honeysuckle and the Bee', d. of s: Bert Ross, make-up: Harold Fletcher, hair: Helen PeNíold, GB distr: British Lion Film Corporation.
    Art directionANDREWS, William C.
    Genre/CategoryFeature Film Drama
    Historical Drama
    Period Drama

    TitleROONEY
    Production companyRank Organisation Film Productions Ltd
    George H. Brown Productions
    Country of originGreat Britain
    ProducerBROWN, George H.
    DirectorPOLLOCK, George
    Script/AdaptationKIRWIN, Patrick
    PhotographyCHALLIS, Christopher
    Sound recordingMITCHELL, John
    DANIELS, Bill
    EditingBEZENCENET, Peter
    Executive producerST JOHN, Earl
    Music composerGREEN, Philip
    CastJohn Gregson (James Ignatius Rooney), Muriel Pavlow (Maire Hogan), Barry Fitzgerald (Grandfather O'Flynn), June Thorburn (Doreen O'Flynn), Noel Purcell (Tim Hennessy), Maire Kean (Mrs O'Flynn), Eddie Byrne (Micky Hart), Liam Redmond (Mr Doolan), Jack MacGowran (Joe O'Connor), Irene Browne (Mrs Manning ffrench), Philip O'Flynn (Paddy Ryan), Pauline Delaney (Mrs Wall), Godfrey Quigley (Tom Reilly), Harold Goldblatt (police inspector), Maureen Toal (Kathleen O'Flynn), Joan Phillips (Sheila O'Flynn), Liam Gaffney.
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourb&w
    Soundsoun
    Duration88
    Footage7909
    Format35mm
    Release date1958
    CopyNFTVA
    SummaryIn Dublin, James Ignatius Rooney lodges with Mrs Wall who brings him breakfast in bed. Concerned at the amorous advances of yet another landlady, he decides to change accommodation for the fifth time in a less than a year. Rooney works as a city corporation dustman with Joe O'Connor, Tim Hennessy, Micky Hart and Paddy Ryan in the middle-class suburb of Rathmines, At the pub after work, solicitor Doolan, a county hurling selector, asks to talk with Rooney about hurling. He then arranges for him to get a room with the snobbish Mrs O'Flynn, who lives in Rathmines and has three daughters: Doreen; Sheila, who is due to get married; and Kathleen who is married to Tom Reilly. Despite their exterior snobbishness, the O'Flynns are not well-off and don't own the lease on the house, so when they discover that Rooney does not work in administration, they are obliged to accept his status. Rooney befriends Maire, an orphaned cousin of the O'Flynns, who is worked hard at domestic chores in the house as well as having her own job. She also looks after Grandfather O'Flynn. While Sheila's wedding reception goes on downstairs, Mrs O'Flynn insists on Grandfather staying upstairs. Doreen tries to entice Rooney into a relationship. Maire becomes upset when a doll, her sole memory of her mother, is given by Mrs O'Flynn to one of the bridesmaids without her permission. Grandfather, who has defied Mrs O'Flynn by coming downstairs, attacks Mrs O'Flynn for her meanness. Rooney goes to see Maire and gives her a necklace he found in the rubbish of a house. Grandfather explains to him that Maire had been in love with a man who migrated to America. Grandfather leaves the house for the first time in months and is brought home by the police who found him on a park bench. Maire receives a letter, and annoys Mrs O'Flynn when she refuses to disclose its contents to her. Tom reports later that he saw Maire enter a hotel and she returns with presents and new clothes. To Mrs O'Flynn's frustration Maire won't reveal where she got the money. Picked to play in the All-Ireland Hurling Final, Rooney celebrates with his workmates. When Tom accuses Rooney of having given Maire the money, a fight is barely avoided. Rooney arrives home drunk and Mrs O'Flynn thinks his entreaties of love are for her, but the listening Maire realises they are for her. The next morning, Doreen comments that her mother seems in a dream from what Rooney had said. When Rooney meets Maire on the bus going to work, he tells her he has no memory of what he said the night before. Grandfather collapses, and before dying reveals that he sent her the money. Grandfather is buried on the day Rooney is due to play in the All-Ireland Final. Before leaving for the game, he tells Maire that he intends to leave the house. Rooney plays on the winning side in the final. Dooley reads the will which assigns the house to Maire. As he is reading it, the police arrive to arrest Maire for the theft of the necklace, which, it is now discovered, is very valuable. When Rooney gets home he explains that he gave Maire the necklace which, it is thought, was stolen in a robbery. Meanwhile, Maire is put in a police cell. Rooney clears up the misunderstanding at the police station when Mrs Manning-ffrench's young grandsons explain that they put the necklace in the dustbin before the robbery took place. Maire walks away when Rooney tells her she could get new accommodation at the Hennesseys'. Tim tells him that it's him she wants, and he runs after her. (V).
    NoteMade on location in Dublin and at Pinewood Studios, London, England. Film of the 1957 All-Ireland Final between Kilkenny and Waterford is included in this film.
    ReferenceKW 6/3/1958; MFB 1958:48; MPH 12/7/1958; Var 9/4/1958.
    Gifford 12477: Mar 1958.
    DistributorRank Film Distributors Ltd
    KeywordsDustbinmen
    Refuse Collectors
    Hurling
    Urban Irish
    LocationDublin
    Rathmines
    Production creditsp.c: The Rank Organisation Film Productions Ltd. A George H. Brown production, pres: The Rank Organisation, p: George H Brown, exec. p: Earl St John, d: George Pollock, sc: Patrick Kirwan from the novel Rooney by Catherine Cookson, dop: Christopher Challis, c. op: Austin Dempster, art d: John Maxsted, set dec: Peter Murton, ed: Peter Bezencenet, a.d: Stanley Hosgood, cont: Beryl Booth, p.m: Jack Swinburne, p. controller for Pinewood Studios: Arthur Alcott, m: Philip Green, m.c: Muir Mathieson, title song: Tommie Connor (lyr), perf. by Michael Holliday, s: John Mitchell, Bill Daniels, s. ed: Roger Cherrill, cost: Eleanor Abbey, make-up: Geoffrey Rodway, hair: Maud Onslow, GB distr: Rank Film Distributors Ltd.
    Art directionMAXSTED, John
    Costume designABBEY, Eleanor
    Genre/CategoryFeature Film Drama
    Comedy
    Literary Adaptation

    TitleHARD DAY'S NIGHT, A
    Production companyProscenium Films
    Country of originGreat Britain
    ProducerSHENSON, Walter
    DirectorLESTER, Richard
    Script/AdaptationOWEN, Alun
    PhotographyTAYLOR, Gilbert
    Sound recordingBIRD, H.L.
    DALBY, Stephen
    EditingJYMPSON, John
    TOMLING, Pamela
    Associate producerO'DELL, Denis
    Music composerLENNON, John
    McCARTNEY, Paul
    Music performanceBeatles, The
    Songs'A Hard Day's Night', 'I Should Have Known Better', 'I Wanna Be Your Man', 'All My Loving', 'If I Fell', 'Can't Buy Me Love', 'And I Love Her', 'I'm Happy Just to Dance with you', 'Tell Me Why', 'She Loves You', 'I'll Cry Instead', 'This Boy' (instrumental), song by George Harrison: 'Don't Bother Me'.
    CastJohn Lennon (John), Paul McCartney (Paul), George Harrison (George), Ringo Starr (Ringo), Wilfrid Brambell {Johnny McCartney/grandfather}, Norman Rossington (Norm), John Junkin (Shake), Victor Spinetti (TV director), Anna Quayle (Millie), Dereck Guyler (police inspector), Kenneth Haigh (Simon), Richard Vernon (man on train), Michael Trubshawe (club les manager), Eddie Malin (hotel waiter), Robin Ray (TV floor manager), Lionel Blair (TV choreographer), Alison Seebohm (secretary), David Jaxon (young boy), Marianne Stone (society reporter), David Langton (actor), Clare Kelly (barmaid), Julian Holloway (Adrian), Derek Nimmo (Leslie Jackson), Jeremy Lloyd (man at party), John Bluthal (car thief), Patti Boyd (girl on train), Roger Avon, Margaret Nolan, Terry Hooper, Bridget Armstrong, Rosemarie Frankland, Brian Epstein.
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourb&w
    Soundsound
    Duration85/90
    Footage76507858
    Format35mm
    Release date1964
    CopyNFTVA
    SummaryPursued by fans, The Beatles pop group, John, Paul, George and Ringo, accompanied by their manager Norm, his assistant Shake and John's Irish-born grandfather, Johnny McCartney, take a train from Liverpool to London to appear on a television show. Norm's worries are increased as Grandfather fuels seeds of dissension amongst the members of the group. In London, the television director becomes concerned as the group fails to appear for rehearsals. When Grandfather points to the limitations of being a teenage idol, Ringo deserts the group. Grandfather himself is arrested outside the theatre where the show is due to take place and he meets Ringo at the police station. After being arrested. Grandfather declares that he'll go on hunger-strike and claims to be 'a soldier of the Republic'. Grandfather also sings 'A Nation Once Again' for the bewildered policemen. Grandfather and Ringo escape from the police station and are chased by the police. With Ringo restored to the group, the show is a success. (V).
    NoteUSA Rel ca. 6/7/1964 (New York), 11/8/1964 (general release); GB Rel July 1964.
    ReferenceBNFC Vol. 2, 1964; FD Vol. 125, No. 10, 16/7/1964:7; Films in Review Vol. 15,
    No. 8, Oct 1964:503; HR Vol. 181, No. 23, 21/7/1964:3; KW No. 2962, 9/7/1964:11; MFB Vol. 31, No. 367, Aug 1964:121; MPH Vol. 232, No. 3, 5/8/1964:97; S&S 1964:196; Var 15/7/1964. AFI Cat 1961-1970:454-5; Filmfaust No. 40/41, 1984:31; Films in Review Vol. 40, No. 4, Apr 1989:213-219; Films in Review Vol. 40, No. 5, May 1989:269-277;
    Gifford 13408: June 1964; HR Vol. 271, No. 46, 18/5/1982:29, 40; HR Vol. 295, No. 30, 19/1/1987:28; Premiere Vol. 8, No. 3, Nov 1994:58, 59; Screen International No. 273, 3/1/1981:6; Screen International No. 451, 23/6/1984:45; S&S Vol. 3, No. 5, May 1993:14-18; Video Trade Weekly No. 125, 11/5/1984:3.
    DistributorUnited Artists Corp
    KeywordsRock Music
    Pop Music
    Irish in Britain
    Irish Diaspora
    Grandfathers
    LocationEngland
    Production creditsp.c: Proscenium Films, p: Walter Shenson, assoc. p: Denis O'Dell, d: Richard Lester, sc: Alun Owen, dop: Gilbert Taylor, c. op: Derek V Browne, art d: Ray Simm, titles: Robert Freeman, ed: John Jympson, Pamela Tomling, m.d: George Martin, songs by John Lennon and Paul McCartney: 'A Hard Day's Night', 'I Should Have Known Better', 'I Wanna Be Your Man', 'All My Loving', 'If I Fell', 'Can't Buy Me Love', 'And I Love Her', 'I'm Happy Just to Dance with you', 'Tell Me Why', 'She Loves You', 'I'll Cry Instead', 'This Boy' (instrumental), song by George Harrison: 'Don't Bother Me', s: H L Bird, Stephen Dalby, s. ed: Gordon Daniel, a.d: John D MerFilman, cont: Rita Davison, cost: Julie Harris, Beatles' ward: Dougie Millings & Son, make-up: John O'Gorman, hair: Betty Glasgow, distr: united Artists Corp.
    Art directionSIMM, Ray
    Costume designHARRIS, Julie
    Genre/CategoryFeature Film Drama
    Musical
    Rock Film

    TitleACCEPTABLE LEVELS
    Production companyFrontroom Productions Ltd
    Belfast Film Workshop
    SponsorChannel Four
    Workshop Declaration
    Country of originGreat Britain
    DirectorDAVIES, John
    Script/AdaptationDAVIES, John
    HANN, Gordon
    HARE, Ellin
    HERRON, Alistair
    McMANUS, Kate
    SMITH, Robert
    PhotographySMITH, Robert
    EditingHARE, Ellin
    McMANUS, Kate
    Castfilm crew - Kay Adshead (Sue McKenna, researcher), Frances Barber(Jill PA) Michael Bruce (Mike, camera assistant), Peter Dean (Phil, sparks), Derek Halligan (Ricky, soundman), lan McElhinney (Andy, cameraman), Andy RasMeigh (Simon, producer), McAteer family - Patnck Higgms Tony McAteer) Tracey Lynch (Roisin McAteer), Sally McCaffrey (KaAleen McA;eer: Cormac McKenna (Gerry McAteer). Deirdre Morgan (Theresa McAteer, George Shane (Frank McAteer), Rosena Browne (Sheila Delaney), DoyneByrd (Laurence, executive producer), Colum Convey (1st RUC Policeman) Mark Elliott (staff soldier), Mardne Emmett (Pauline Crossan), Rio Fanning (2nd RUC policeman), Laura German (Jaqueline Delaney), Michael Gonnley(Father Doherty), Dave Hill (Alan, fflm editor), Paul Jesson (Major Green) Trudi Kelly (Sister Miriam), Rose McAllister (Mary Nolan), Laurence McAree (Kevin Nolan), Vera McNally (Vera Hanna), George Mooney (Inspector Davidson), Rory Poland (a skinhead), lan Redford ^alph,m tor)Colin Rix (film ops manager), lan Ruskin (army officer), Micky Ban-ati (boy on swing), Clare Beales (Deirdre), Clare Cassidy (girl with the buns), Kelli Gonnan (Deirdre's friend), David Hunuey (waiter in club) Peter MacMullan (a Divis boy), Barbara McDonald (a Divis girl), Helen McGdl Lorretta McNaughton (showgirls), Sonia Annette Lavery, Catherine Winnery (Tracey's friends), Martin Mulholland (Tony's friend), John Munn (a barman), Peter Aldwyn Timothy Block, Paul Dalton, Mitoh Davies, Harry Fielder, George Gabnel, Juhan Garts Gonnan, Jeiry Judge. Roy McLoughlin, David Strawr, Nial Sutherland, Stuart Turton, Simon Watkins (British soldiers). Whisper (band at social club).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    Soundsound
    Duration103
    Footage16
    Format16mm
    Release date1984
    TX channelChannel 4
    TX date30/04/1984
    CopyIFA (VHS)
    SummaryIn Belfast, two drunken youths are making their way home late at night when they stumble on a British army patrol. The soldiers assault them At her home in the Divis Rats complex the next morning, Kathleen McAteer, mother of one of the youths. Tony, is concerned about his bruises, while his young sisters, Roisin and Theresa, go to school. In London a BBC Television producer Simon and his executive producer Lawrence discuss a possible film about a nine-year-old growing up during The Troubles Tony arrives home with a petrol bomb which he intended throwing at the army but his mother warns him to stay out of trouble. Tony s father Frank is unemployed and is concerned at his son's attitude to the army McAteer takes BBC Television researcher Sue McKenna to see Mrs McAteer The BBC want to make a documentary about growing up in Northern Ireland and young Roisin McAteer is chosen as the focus of the programme. Sue meets Roisin and Kathleen and listens to their stones about life in the flats. The film crew arrive at the Europa Hote Belfast. Cameraman Andy and soundman Ricky, who are both from Belfast, join the production team. On their first day at Divis the crew s cynicism for their task becomes evident. Sue meets the McAteers and their friends at a social club. On her way back to the hotel she is stopped by the RUC, who S she was in a Provisional IRA social club. They attend a commemorative rally for the 1916 Rising. The crew arrive at the McAteers to interview Roisin, who is led by Simon into dramatic stones about life in Divis. As the interview is in progress, word comes through that Jacquelme, a friend of Roisin, has been shot in the face by a plastic bullet. Jacquehne dies. Simon and Sue go to the army barracks but are told by Major Green that the RUC deals with children on the streets. Simon tells him there was no riot at the time as claimed in the press release, but that the local people said she was shot from a British army armoured car. Kathleen challenges Sue about the silence of the television crew about the killing as she tnesto convince Roisin's mother to continue the family's co-operation with the programme. Theresa is also interviewed as she was witness to the shooting and says that the army is lying about the incident. Back in London. Simon is concerned that he cannot use the footage without the army offering its version of the event. Jacqueline's mother Sheila organises a protest meeting about the killing. As he finishes the programme with Alan, the editor Simon convinces himself to cut out the material about Jacquelme s shooting He substitutes a neutral piece of dialogue about the shooting. After viewing the programme, Simon's executive describes it as 'tragic poetry' and that he is moved by it. Afterwards Sue attacks the programme as being totally meaningless. She claims^that they have betrayed their responsibility to the people they filmed. At home, the McAteers watch the programme as it is being transmitted and are annoyed that Roisin is in it only for a couple of minutes, and that Theresa has been cut out altogether. (V).
    NoteFilmed on location in Belfast.
    ReferenceFrontroom Productions, 1983: 1, Judith Williamson.
    History of Frontroom Productions. Film credits and synopsis, Frontroom Productions: 1-2, Clive Hodgson.
    'The Ritzy Cinema...' Cinema screening list including the film Acceptable Levels, and background to its production company Frontroom: 15, 19-20.
    The Guardian, 1 Mar 1984: 1, Tim Pullieine.
    KeywordsTroubles
    Media
    Television
    Violence
    LocationBelfast
    Production creditsp.c.: Frontroom Productions Ltd. produced by Frontroom and Belfast Film Workshop. With the assistance of Channel Four under the auspices of the Workshop Declaration, d: John Davies, sc: Davies, Gordon Hann, Ellin Hare, Alastair Herron, Kate McManus, Robert Smith, sc. dev: Hann, light. c: Smith, c. op: Hare, elec: Kevin Armstrong, ed: Hare, a. ed: McManus, art d: Herron. McManus, Smith, p.m: Angela Topping, Manon White, a.d: Herron, McManus, a. m: Nick Garvey, s. mix: Mick Duffield, dub. ed: nDavies, dub. mix: Colin Martin, s. cnslt: Video London, set cnstr: Set-Up.
    Art directionHERRON, Alistair
    McMANUS, Kate
    SMITH, Robert
    LightingSMITH, Robert
    Genre/CategoryFeature Film Drama
    TV Drama
    Political Drama

    TitleTOMMY ATKINS IN BERLIN
    Production companyWestern Import Co Ltd
    Country of originUSA
    CastMack Sennett (Tommy Atkins), Mal St Clair (crown prince), Bert
    Roach (General Von Hinderberg), Ford Sterling (Wilhelm the second,
    formerly the Kaiser), Marie Prevost (the girl, a daughter of Belgium), Eva
    Thatcher (the Kaiserin), Bothwell Browne (Bob White RFC).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourb&w
    Soundsil
    Format35mm
    Release date1919
    SummaryThe successful attempt by an American spy dressed as a woman to try to compromise the Kaiser and to steal Germany's war plans during World War One.
    NoteGB Rel: Western Import Co Ltd. Copy: NFTVA (incomplete). While the central comic action is the successful attempt by an American spy dressed as a woman to try to compromise the Kaiser and to steal Germany's war plans during World War One, [see YANKEE DOODLE IN BERLIN (USA 1919) below], the film also features Irish POW Tommy Atkins who agrees to become a German rather than be shot. This release may be the GB title of YANKEE DOODLE IN BERLIN.
    ReferenceBio 13/11/1919:61.
    KeywordsAmerican Irish
    Spies
    Kaisers
    Germans
    World War I
    Genre/CategoryShort Film Drama

    TitleYANKEE DOODLE IN BERLIN
    Production companyMack Sennett Comedies
    Country of originUSA
    ProducerSENNETT, Mack
    DirectorJONES, Richard
    Script/AdaptationSENNETT, Mack
    PhotographyJACKMAN, Fred
    LOCKWOOD, J.R.
    CastBothwell Browne (Captain Bob White), Ford Sterling (the Kaiser), Mal St Clair (the crown prince), Bert Roach (Von Hindenburg), Ben Turpin (a guardsman), Charles Murray (an Irish soldier), Marie Prevost (a Belgian girl), Eva Thatcher (the Kaiserin), Baldy Belmont (Von Tirpitz), Chester Conklin (officer of Death's Head Hussars), Phyllis Haver (bathing beauty), Charles Lynn, Juanita Hansen, Harriet Hammond.
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourb&w
    Soundsil
    Format35mm
    Release date1919
    CopyNFTVA
    LC
    SummaryAmerican flyer Captain Bob White is sent on a mission to Germany to steal the enemy's plans for a military advance. Meanwhile, at a Prisoner of War camp, an Irish internee rhetorically asks German soldiers: 'Didn't we Irish kick the tar out of the Germans at the battle of the Somme?'. To avenge this insult, the POW is arrested and taken for interrogation. After a series of comic situations, the German commander declares that the POW can either become a German or be shot. Holding up his hands to swear as a German, and with fingers crossed, the POW kisses the German flag and then blows his nose in it. Presented with an iron cross and a helmet, the POW is told that he is now a German. 'But, didn't those Irish knock hell out of us Germans at the battle of the Somme?' enquires the POW. In order to entrap the Kaiser, Captain White disguises himself as a woman. White flirts with the Kaiser, Von Hindenburg, and the Crown Prince, and each one becomes jealous of the other. White dances for the Kaiser, while Von Hindenburg tells the Kaiser's wife that her husband is with a woman. In the bedroom. White manages to acquire the military secrets and escape, while the three men and the Kaiserin chase each other and White. With the aid of the plans, the enemy is defeated. (V).
    Note5 reels. USA Rel 2/3/1919 (San Francisco); 29/6/1919 (New York). Re-released, 2 reels. Copy: LC (4,291 ft); NFTVA (1,450 ft, incomplete). Aka THE KAISER'S LAST SQUEAL. The film's lead actor, female impersonator Bothwell Browne, appeared in person with the film in many cities, performing an Oriental dance, as he does in the film, with the Sennett Bathing Beauties. (AFI Catalog 1911-1920:1072). The film was promoted as a major departure by Sennett at five reels, rather than his normal two reels. The two-reel version may be the one which is at NFTVA. Mack Sennett is credited with the role of an Irish POW. 'Tommy Atkins', in that film, a character which is absent from the LC print. In this version, which features the same range of characters as YANKEE DOODLE IN BERLIN, Atkins agrees to become a German rather than be shot. See also TOMMY ATKINS IN BERLIN (USA 1919).
    ReferenceBio 13/11/1919:61; ETR 19/7/1919:565; PD 13/4/1919; MPN 8/3/1919:1417; MPN 12/7/1919:597; Var 7/3/1919:68; Var 14/3/1919:44; Wid's 13/4/1919:3.
    DistributorState Rights; Hiram Abrams; Sol Lesser (USA)
    KeywordsWorld War I
    Irish-Americans
    Soldiers
    POWs
    Production creditsp.c: Mack Sennett Comedies, super/story: Mack Sennett, d: Richard Jones,
    c: Fred Jackman, J R Lockwood, USA distr: State Rights; Hiram Abrams;
    Sol Lesser.
    Genre/CategoryFeature Film Drama
    Comedy

    TitleMAKING OF O'MALLEY, THE
    Production companyFirst National Pictures
    Country of originUSA
    DirectorHILLYER, Lambert
    Script/AdaptationCLIFFORD, Eugene
    PhotographyCARPENTER, Roy
    EditingTAVARES, Arthur
    FAIRFAX, Marion
    CastMilton Sills (Jim O'Malley), Dorothy Mackaill (Lucille Thayer), Helen Rowland (Margie), Wamer Richmond (Danny the Dude), Thomas J Carrigan (Herbert Browne), Julia Hurley (Margie's grandmother), Claude King (Captain Collins), Alien Brander (doctor), Charles Graham (Sergeant Patterson), Jack De Lacey (clerk), Blanche Craig (stout dowager), Thomas Wigney Percyval (lawyer), Charles Craig (Englishman).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourb&w
    Soundsil
    Footage7496
    Format35mm
    Release date1925
    SummaryPoliceman Jim O'Malley who is a strict interpreter of the law and continually issues summonses, is assigned as a traffic cop near a school where he meets Lucille Thayer, a teacher. Captain Collins believes that the children will have a softening effect on O'Malley, and they do. He arranges with a surgeon to operate on Margie, a lame girl. He then discovers that she is the daughter of Danny the Dude, a bootlegger he sent to jail. O'Malley finds the headquarters of the bootleggers and all of them are captured in a raid, except the leader. When he discovers that the leader is Herbert Browne, Lucille's fiance, he lets him go free for her sake, but he is dismissed from the police force as a result. When Danny the Dude is released from prison he exposes Browne. O'Malley's self sacrifice is revealed, which leads to his reinstatement in the police force and his engagement to Lucille. (Adapted from MPW 4/7/1925:48).
    NoteUSA Rel 28/6/1925.
    ReferenceETR 4/7/1925; FD 28/6/1925; MPN 4/7/1925:103. AFI Cat 1921-1930:475
    KeywordsIrish-Americans
    Policemen
    Crime
    Production creditsp.c: First National Pictures, super: Earl Hudson, d: Lambert Hillyer, ed. d:
    Marion Fairfax, sc: Eugene Clifford from the story 'The Making of
    O'Malley' by Gerald Beaumont in Red Book (Oct 1924:38-42), c: Roy
    carpenter, art d; Milton Menasco, ed: Arthur Tavares.
    Art directionMENASCO, Milton
    Genre/CategoryFeature Film Drama
    Literary Adaptation

    TitlePEG O'MY HEART
    Production companyMetro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp
    Loew's Inc
    Robert Z Leonard Production
    Cosmopolitan Production
    Country of originUSA
    DirectorLEONARD, Robert Z.
    Script/AdaptationADAMS, Frank R.
    MARION, Frances
    PhotographyBARNES, George
    Sound recordingSHEARER, Douglas
    EditingBOOTH, Margaret
    Music composerSTOTHART, Herbert
    Songs'Sweetheart Darlin', 'I'll Remember You' lyr/m: Nacio Herb Brown, Arthur Freed.
    CastMarion Davies {Peg O'Connell}, Onslow Stevens (Sir Gerald/Jerry Markham), J Farrell MacDonald {Pat O'Connell}, Juliette Compton (Ethel Chichester), Irene Browne (Mrs Chichester), Tyrrell Davis (Alaric Chichester), Alan Mowbray (Captain Christopher Brent), Doris Lloyd (Mrs Grace Brent), Robert Grieg (Jarvis), Nora Cecil (Smythe), Geoffrey Gill (Terance), Billy Bevan.
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourb&w
    Soundsound
    Duration80/85-86
    Footage8140
    Format35mm
    Release date1933
    CopyLC
    SummaryIn an Irish fishingvillage, an English lawyer, Sir Gerald Markham, arrives to tell Patrick O'Connell that his daughter, Peg, can inherit two million pounds from her dead mother's relatives, the Chichesters, provided she lives with them in England for three years and be separated from her father, of whom the Chichesters disapprove. Patrick withholds the information at first and tells Sir Gerald that Peg will stay in Ireland, but when some local fishermen are drowned he decides to let her go. Peg reluctantly agrees to leave her father when he convinces her that she should go, though without telling her of the enforced separation from him. At the Chichesters', her uncouth manners contrast with the upper-class pretensions of her relatives, especially Mrs Chichester, who treats her as a servant at first and then tries to groom her by refining her language and dress. Mrs Chichester's daughter, Ethel, and Chris Brent are secret lovers as he is married and claims his wife. Grace, refuses to divorce him. Publicly, Ethel is attached to Jerry, but Peg, unaware that he is Sir Gerald, falls in love with him. However, Brent loves his wife's money more than Ethel. Ethel agrees to marry Jerry to restore the family's fortunes, but asks that it be kept secret for the time being. Meanwhile, Alaric, under pressure from his mother, proposes to Peg, but, to his relief, she merely laughs at the suggestion. When Brent tells Ethel that his wife will not give him a divorce, she approves the announcement of the engagement at a party after a fox hunt. Peg is upset at the news and writes to her father to allow her to go home. However, Peg's father arrives unexpectedly during the party and tells Jerry that he intends migrating to America. After watching Peg through a window, he asks Jerry to tell her that he has died at sea so that he's out of her life. Jerry reluctantly lies to Peg about her father being dead. Later, though, and not wishing for her to return to Ireland, Pat suggests that she accompany him to America. Upset, Peg is crying in her room when she becomes aware that Ethel is about to elope with Brent. She confronts Ethel with the foolishness of her scheme and goes to challenge Brent at a nearby inn. Shortly afterwards Ethel also arrives, while Peg observes Grace coming with two policemen. Peg hides Ethel, declaring that she is Brent's mistress, while Grace reports that her husband had refused to divorce her. On the following day, Mrs Chichester reads in the newspaper of Peg's behaviour and denounces her as Jerry looks on. Peg decides not to reveal Ethel's relationship with Brent and announces her intention of returning to Ireland. Before leaving she finds out from Alaric about the favourable financial arrangements for the Chichesters, who are being paid £5,000 per year if Peg stays there. She tells Jerry that she is giving up the inheritance and going back to Ireland. In turn. Jerry reveals that he is Sir Gerald Markham, which further infuriates Peg. She rushes off to stop her father going to America and returns to Ireland. Jerry follows her to Ireland by which time his friendship with Peg has changed to love. (V).
    Note9 reels. USA Rel ca. 19/5/1933 (New York); 26/5/1933 (general release).
    See note above with first released film version of the play in
    1922. 'Sweetheart Darlin' became a No. 1 hit song in the USA.
    ReferenceFD 10/2/1933:6; FD 20/5/1933:3; HF 25/2/1933:12; HR 2/9/1931:3;
    HR 4/9/1931:1; HR 25/11/1932:6; MPD 20/4/1933:8; MPH 20/5/1933:29;
    NYT 20/5/1933:11; Var 23/5/1933
    DistributorLoew's Inc (USA)
    KeywordsRural Ireland
    Fishing Villages
    Irish in Britain
    Class Conflict
    Inheritance
    Social Aspiration
    Production creditsp.c: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp; controlled by Loew's Inc. A Robert Z Leonard Production. A Cosmopolitan Production, d: Robert Z Leonard, a.d: Harry Bucquet, sc: Frank R Adams from the play Peg O'My Heart by J Hartley Manners (1st perf, Los Angeles, 26/5/1912), adapt: Frances Marion, c: George Bames, art d: Cedric Gibbons, ed: Margaret Booth, gowns: Adrian, m: Herbert Stothart, songs: 'Sweetheart Darlin', 'I'll Remember You' lyr/m: Nacio Herb Brown, Arthur Freed, rd. d: Douglas Shearer, mix: Robert Shugart, USA distr: Loew's Inc.
    Art directionGIBBONS, Cedric
    Genre/CategoryFeature Film Drama
    Theatrical Adaptation

    TitleKEY, THE
    SUE OF FURY
    Production companyWarner Bros Pictures Inc
    Country of originUSA
    DirectorCURTIZ, Michael
    Script/AdaptationDOYLE, Laird
    PhotographyHALLER, Ernest
    ROBERTS, Al
    GLOUNER, Martin
    EditingRICHARDS, Thomas
    Songs'There's a Cottage in Killarney' by Allie Wrubel, Mort Dixon
    CastWilliam Powell (Captain Bill Tennant), Edna Best (Norah Kerr), Colin Clive (Andrew Kerr), Hobart Cavanaugh (Homer), Halliwell Hobbs (the general), Donald Crisp (Peadar Conlan), J M Kerrigan (O'Duffy), Henry O'Neill (Dan), Phil Regan (young Irishman who is killed by Andrew), Arthur Treacher (Lieutenant Merriman), Maxine Doyle (Pauline), Arthur Aylesworth (Kirby), Gertrude Short (barmaid). Dawn O'Day [later Anne Shiriey] (flower girl). Lew Kelly (angular man), Dixie Loftin (Irish woman), Olaf Hytten (1st regular), David Thursby (2nd regular), Robert Homans (bartender), Desmond Roberts (regular), John Elliott (Padre), James May (driver), Douglas Gordon (operator), Mary McLaren (streetwalker). Pat Somerset (Laramour), Wyndham Standing (officer), Ralph Remley (bartender), Aggie Herring, Katherine Clare Ward (flower girls), Charles Irwin (master of ceremonies), Lowin Cross (dispatch rider), Edward Cooper (Lloyd), Luke Cosgrove.
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourb&w
    Soundsound
    Duration70-71/82
    Format35mm
    Release date1934
    SummaryIn 1920 during the Irish War of Independence, Andrew Kerr, a member of the auxiliary police force, the Black and Tans, is concerned at its repressive activities as his mother was Irish. His wife, Norah, tells him that the issues in the war were more political than military. Bill Tennant, a British army regular officer, is posted to Dublin and takes accommodation in a flat in the same house as the Kerrs. Bill is invited to the Kerrs' and discovers that Norah is the same woman he was in love with years before, but whom he wouldn't marry as he didn't want to settle down. Distressed at his meeting with Norah, Bill goes to a dockside pub, where his uniform is noticed beneath his coat by O'Duffy, an IRA go-between, who gives him a password should he ever want to help the Irish cause. That night, Andrew is assigned to the dock area in search of IRA leader Peadar Conlan, who is on the run. Norah asks Andrew not to leave, and when her husband is absent she resumes her romance with Bill. When Andrew returns after his successful mission to capture Conlan, Norah tells him she knew Bill before and that she still loves him. Andrew runs into the street, is recognised as the man who captured Conlan, and is held hostage for Conlan's release. Norah realises that she really loves Andrew and that Bill is merely a romantic. When the British refuse to negotiate for Andrew's release. Bill uses the password given to him by O'Duffy to negotiate his release. Bill forges a letter of release which allows Conlan to escape. As a result. Bill is arrested, but Andrew and Norah are reunited. (V).
    Note8 reels. USA Rel ca. 30/5/1934 (New York); 9/6/1934 (general
    release). Re-issued in 1960 as HIGH PERIL. Note: Aka SUE OF FURY. The title was changed to HIGH PERIL when re-issued in 1960 to avoid confusion with the 1958 British film THE KEY (d: Carol Reed), which is a different story.
    ReferenceDV 10/2/1934:2; DV 13/2/1934:3; DV 16/2/1934:4; DV 15/3/1934:2;
    FD 31/5/1934:8; HR 13/2/1934:11; IPh Mar 1934:17; MPD 31/5/1934:11;
    MPH 14/4/1934:36; MPH 26/5/1934:41; Var 5/6/1934:12.



    API Cat 1931-1940:1090; MPG.
    DistributorWarner Bros Pictures Inc
    Vitaphone Corp
    KeywordsWar of Independence
    Irish History
    IRA
    Black and Tans
    Production creditsp.c: Warner Bros Pictures Inc, super: Robert Presnell, d: Michael Curtiz, dial. d: Frank McDonald, sc: Laird Doyle from the play The Key by Robert Gore-Browne, Joseph Lee Hardy, (1st perf, London, 8/9/1933), c: Ernest Haller, 2nd c: Al Roberts, a.c: Martin Glouner, art d: Robert M Haas, ed: Thomas Richards, gowns: Orry-Kelly, Vitaphone Orchestra c: Leo F Forbstein, song: 'There's a Cottage in Killarney' by Allie Wrubel, Mort Dixon, tech. adv: Dr Thomas MacLaughlin, chief elec: Roy Thompson, chief grip: Dudley Slausson, props: Tom More, stills: John Ellis, USA distr: Warner Bros Pictures Inc; The Vitaphone Corp.
    Art directionHAAS, Robert M.
    Genre/CategoryFeature Film Drama
    Theatrical Adaptation
    Historical Drama

    TitleTRIAL AT TARA
    Production companyRoland Reed Productions
    SponsorFamily Rosary Crusade
    Country of originUSA
    ProducerPEYTON, Fr. Patrick
    DirectorPIERSON, Arthur
    Script/AdaptationNIBLO JR., Fred
    STRENGE, Walter
    PhotographyGLASS, Jack
    Sound recordingALTHOUSE, Charles
    MOSS, Joel
    EditingMAGUIRE, Fred
    LUBY, Roy
    Music composerZIMMERMAN, Harry
    CastRichard Hale (Saint Patrick), Leif Erickson (King Laera), Jeanne Cagney (Queen Engussan), Rhys Williams (Archdruid), Peter Miles (Benignus), Pat O'Malley (Caplat), Tudor Owen (Cormac), Kathleen Case (Felimia), Harry Lauter (Fiacc Mac Dega), Walter Coy (Conall), Leonard Penn (Duff) John Dierkes (Brian), Kirby Grant (Clement), John Doucette (Fergus Óg), Stephen Roberts (Lomond), William Haade (Mantan), Tom Browne Henry (Lochru), Leslie O'Pace (Lucath), Todd Kams (Paul), Wendy Howard (Eithne), Anthony Joachim (Crimmon), William Bakewell (Ciaran), Nolan Leary (Neil).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourb&w
    Soundsound
    Duration28
    Format35mm
    Release date1953
    CopyIFA
    SummaryIn 433 in Ireland during the time Patrick is converting the Irish to Christianity, the people at Tara, the national capital, are druids and non-believers. They are contrasted with those at nearby Slane, where Patrick's followers are gathered. A pagan belief that no fire can be lit until the 'First Fire of Spring' has been lit at Tara is challenged by Patrick and his followers who light a fire at Slane which provokes the pagans into declaring war on them. Summoned to trial at Tara by King Laera, Patrick explains to them how he was sent to Erin by God. The druids try to poison Patrick, but he is saved by one of King Laera's men. Patrick reveals the druids' trick of imposing darkness on the palace and the curtains are drawn back to show light outside. King Laera gives him permission to preach and in reply Patrick plucks a shamrock and offers it is a symbol of the trinity. The film ends with an address by Father Peyton promoting the 'Family Rosary Crusade'. (V).
    PeopleSt Patrick
    KeywordsPaganism
    Christianity
    Catholicism
    Production creditsp.c: Roland Reed Productions. Sponsored by The Family Rosary Crusade, pres: Family Theatre, p: Father Patrick Peyton, Holy Cross Congregation, d: Arthur Pierson, sc: Fred Niblo Jr, dop: Walter Stenge, c. effs: Jack Glass, art d: McClure Capps, super, ed: Roy Luby, ed: Fred Maguire, a.d: Nate Watt, m: Harry Zimmerman, s: Charles Althouse, Joel Moss, p.super: Guy V Thayer Jr, p.m: Dick L'Estrange, cost: Pat Page.
    Art directionCAPPS, McClure
    Costume designPAGE, Pat
    Genre/CategoryShort Film Drama
    Religious Film
    Period Drama

    Series/Newsreel titleHIDDEN HISTORY
    Episode/Item titleIreland's Nazis
    Production companyTile Film Prodcutions
    History Channel, The
    Radio Telefís Éireann/RTE
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerFARRELL, David
    ROOKE, Stephen
    DirectorFARRELL, Keith
    Script/AdaptationFARRELL, Keith
    PhotographyFOX, Ronan
    Sound recordingMcDOWELL, Stephen
    HARKIN, Mary
    FANNIN, Dave
    O'DONOGHUE, Michael
    HORNBUCKLE, Rob
    EditingDINSMORE, Juangus
    Presenter/ReporterO'SHANNON, Cathal
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    SoundDolby Digital
    Duration53
    TX channelRTE 1
    TX date09/01/2007
    CopyRTE
    SummaryHistorical two-part documentary on Ireland’s Nazi-sympathisers and collaborators during World War II, the period of The Emergency in Ireland. The first part begins with an investigation by presenter Cathal O’Shannon into the Nazi Croatian Minister of the Interior, Andrija Artukovic, who was responsible for the deaths of over a million people in the concentration camps; Célestín Lainé, Commander of the Breton SS Militia; and Pieter Menten, SS-Scharfuhrer. The progamme is structured around three case studies: 1. The Artukovic File; 2. The Breton Connection; and, 3. The Menten Affair’. Contributors include: Dr. Rory Yeomans, author of ‘Visions of Annihilation’, Prof.Ivo Goldstein, Professor of History, University of Zagreb, Slavko Goldstein, ex-Yugoslav partisan, Prof. Brian Girvan, author of ‘The Emergency’, Dan leach, Dept of History, University of Melbourne, Australia, Kristian Hamon, author of ‘Le Bezen Perrot’, Desiree Camus, ex-French Resistance, Jean Pierre Le Mat, Dr. Bryan Fleming, author of ‘Racism and Social Change in the Republic of Ireland’, Joe Briscoe, ex-Jewish Representative Council of Ireland, Sean Murphy, Local Historian, John O’Connor, journalist, Munster Express, Hans Knoop, author of ‘The Menten Affair’, Ivan Shchur, Rosaliya Lavryshyn, eyewitnesses.
    KeywordsIrish History
    Eamon De Valera
    Garret Fitzgerald
    Irish Republican Army
    IRA
    World War Two
    Fianna Fail
    Nazis
    Holocaust
    Anti-semitism
    Jewish people
    Refugees
    War crimes
    LocationCroatia
    Ireland
    Poland
    Germany
    France
    Production creditspres: Cathal O’Shannon, sc/d: Keith Farrell, p: Dave Farrell, Stephen Rooke, a.p.: Catherine Quinn, p.man: Rachel Towell, research and development: David Ryan, ed: Juangus Dinsmore, dop: Ronan Fox, light.c.: Mark Cheah, Richard Kendrick, Nick Hayward (Australia), c.a.: Gary Walker, Declan King, s: Stephen McDowell, Mary Harkin, Dave Fannin, Michael O’Donoghue, Rob Hornbuckle, p.a.: Rebecca O’Malley, Aylish O’Driscoll, drama re-enactments: Battle Group South, Waterford Military, Duncan Lacroix, Steve White, make-up: Clare Barman, a.d.: John Wallace, loc.co-ord: Jerzy Skucinski (Poland), Alexander Kleminov (Ukraine), Mick Langan (Brittany), post.p.super: Suzanne McKenzie, addtl offline ed: Eamon Little, online ed: Cóilín O’Cearbhaill, colourist: Gary Curran, dub.mix: Mark Fitzpatrick, m: Mick Kiely, historical adv.: Dan Leach, with special thanks to: The former German Nazi Concentration Camp of Auschwitz and Birkenau, University of Melbourne, Embassy of Ukraine, Ireland, National Archives of Ireland, National Library of Ireland, Honorary Consul of Ireland, Zagreb, Br. Eddie O’Donnell, Fr. Browne SJ Collection, The Briscoe family, archive: Croatian State Archives, ITN Source, Yugoslav Film Archive courtesy of The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Dodge Color, Footage Farm, Irish Independent, RTE Stills Library and Archive, ANP Photo, Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library, Lyndon B. Johnson Presidential Library, Guus de Jong Photography, Photos courtesy of the Irish Times, Failte Ireland, exec.p. (The History Channel): Richard Melman, (RTE): Eddie Coyle, Stephen Rooke, p.c.: Tile Film Productions, The History Channel, Radio Telefis Eireann/RTE.
    Genre/CategoryTV Documentary Series
    Historical

    TitleBRANNIGAN
    Production companyWellborn Ltd
    United Artists Corp
    Country of originUSA
    ProducerGARDNER, Arthur
    LEVY, Jules
    DirectorHICKOX, Douglas
    Script/AdaptationTRUMBO, Christopher
    BUTLER, Michael
    McGIVERN, William P.
    NORTON, William
    PhotographyFISHER, Gerry
    COOPER, Freddie
    Sound recordingKAYE, Simon
    EditingCOOKE, Malcolm
    Executive producerWAYNE, Michael
    Music composerFRONTIERE, Dominic
    CastJohn Wayne {Lieutenant Jim Brannigan}, Richard Attenborough (Commander Sir Charles Swann), Judy Geeson (Detective Sergeant Jennifer Thatcher), Mel Ferrer (Mel Fields), John Vernon (Larkin), Darnel Pilon (German), Del Henney (Drexel), Ralph Meeker (Captain Morelli), John Stride (Inspector Traven), James Booth (Charlie), Arthur Batamdes (Angel), Barry Dennen (Julian), Lesley Anne Down (Luana), Jack Watson (Carter), Kathryn Leigh Scott (Miss Alien), Pauline Delany (Mrs Cooper), Brian Glover (Jimmy the Bet), Stewart Bevan (Alex), Anthony Booth (Freddy) Don Henderson (Geef), Charles Pemberton (Arthurs), Tim Barlow (customs inspector), Steve Kelly (Gates), Mike Crane (Boyle), Tony Robinson (messenger), Enid Jaynes, Janette Legge.
    LanguageEnglish
    ColourDe Luxe Color
    Soundsound
    Duration111
    Footage9961
    Format35mm
    Panavision
    Release date1975
    SummaryLieut Jim Brannigan of the Chicago police force is sent to London to bring back an old criminal adversary, Ben Larkin. In London, Larkin's lawyer, Mel Fields, advises his client to go to Ireland to avoid extradition and then go on to South America before Brannigan arrives. Fields tells him that hitman German is being used to assassinate Brannigan when he arrives in London. During lunch with Scotland Yard Commander Sir Charles Swann shortly after his arrival, Brannigan is told that Larkin has been kidnapped. Fields plays a tape to Swann and Brannigan in which the kidnappers demand £250,000. When the money is left in a post box in Piccadilly Circus, the police discover too late that the money has been taken from beneath the post box and spirited away through a sewer despite their surveillance operation. German tries twice to kill Brannigan and in the second attempt almost kills Detective Sergeant Jennifer Thatcher who is acting as Brannigan's chauffeur and in whose house he is staying. The police trace the person who supplied the plans for the sewers to the kidnappers and find the leader of the gang, Charlie. Simultaneous with Fields arriving with a new ransom demand, Brannigan finds out from America that Fields has recently made large stock-market sales. The police track Fields as he is delivering the money and discover that Fields and Larkin had arranged the kidnapping to finance Larkin's escape to South America. Fields shoots Charlie and his associate Geef. After the arrest of Fields and Larkin, German arrives at the scene knocking over Brannigan with his car. Recovering, Brannigan kills him and later leaves for the airport to fly home. (V).
    NoteFilmed on location in London and at Shepperton Studios, Middlesex, England.
    ReferenceMFB 1975:151, 189.
    DistributorUnited Artists Corp
    KeywordsIrish-Americans
    Detectives
    LocationLondon City
    Production creditsp.c: Wellborn Ltd. For United Artists Corp, p: Arthur Gardner, Jules Levy, exec. p: Michael Wayne, d: Douglas Hickox, sc: Christopher Trumbo, Michael Butler, William P McGivern, William Norton from a story by Trumbo, Butler, dop: Gerry Fisher, c. op: Freddie Cooper, m: Dominic Frontiere, s: Simon Kaye, dub. mix: Gerry Humphries, dub. ed: Les Wiggins, p.m: Geoffrey Haine, ed: Malcolm Cooke, art d: Ted Marshall, set dec: Josie MacAvin, cont: Angel Alien, a.d: Ted Sturgis, loc. m: Arnold Ross, cast: Miriam Brickman, cost: Emma Porteous, make-up: Dave Grayson, Alan Browne, stunt co-ord: Peter Brayham, a. to p: Sara Romilly, p.a: Robert Levy, titles: G.S.E. Ltd, distr: united Artists Corp.
    Art directionMARSAHLL, Ted
    Costume designPORTEOUS, Emma
    Genre/CategoryFeature Film Drama
    Crime Drama

    TitleDEAD, THE
    Production companyLiffey Films Inc
    Zenith Productions Ltd
    Wieland Schulz-Keil-Chris Sievernich Productions
    Vestron Pictures
    Channel Four
    Delta Film
    Country of originUSA
    Great Britain
    ProducerSCHULZ-KIEL, Wieland
    SIEVERNICH, Chris
    DirectorHUSTON, John
    Script/AdaptationHUSTON, Tony
    PhotographyMURPHY, Fred
    NOLAN, Randy
    COULTER, Michael
    Sound recordingRANDALL JR., Bill
    ENGEL, Len
    WALLIN, Dan
    EditingSILVI, Roberta
    Executive producerQUIGLEY, William J.
    Music composerNORTH, Alex
    Music performanceO'GRADY, Eily (Piano)
    STOCKTON, Ann (solO'Harp)
    PATTERSON, Frank (Singer)
    Songs'The Lass of Aughrim' perf. by Frank Patterson.
    CastAnjelica Huston (Gretta Conroy), Donal McCann (Gabriel Conroy), Helena Carroll (Aunt Kate Morkan), Cathleen Delany (Aunt Julia Morkan), Ingrid Craigie (Mary Jane), Rachael Dowling (Lily), Dan O'Herlihy (Mr Browne), Donal Donnelly (Freddy Malins), Marie Kean (Mrs Malins), Frank Patterson (Bartell D'Arcy), Maria McDermottroe (Molly Ivors), Sean McClory (Mr Grace), Katherine O'Toole (Miss Furlong), Maria Hayden (Miss O'Callaghan), Bairbre Dowling (Miss Higgins), Lydia Anderson (Miss Daly), Colm Meaney (Mr Bergin), Cormac O'Herlihy (Mr Kerrigan), Paul Grant (Mr Duffy, 1st young gentleman), Redmond M Gleeson (night porter), Brendan Dillon (cabman), Paul Carroll (2nd young gentleman), Dara Clarke (young lady), Patrick Gallagher(3rd young gentleman).
    LanguageEnglish
    ColourFoto-Kem
    SoundDolby Stereo
    Duration83
    Footage7462
    Format35mm
    Release date1987
    CopyIFA
    IFA (VHS)
    SummaryIn Dublin in early 1904 as two elderly sisters. Miss Kate and Miss Julia Morkan, welcome guests to their annual dinner and dance, they express their concern that Freddy Malins will turn up drunk as he did in previous years. Gabriel Conroy and his wife Gretta are amongst the guests. Freddy arrives drunk with his mother, and a Protestant, Mr Browne, engages in teasing banter with the devoutly-Catholic Freddy. During dinner, Molly Ivors, a Republican, disturbs Gabriel with her complaint at his lack of commitment to the cause. Mr Grace recites a poem by Lady Gregory. Bartell D'Arcy, an operatic tenor, declines to sing after Miss Julia sings Bellini's aria 'Arrayed for the Bride'. As the guests are preparing to leave, Gabriel, who had earlier addressed a speech to absent friends, is struck by his wife's attention as she listens to D'Arcy sing the ballad, 'The Lass of Aughrim'. Back at their hotel, Gretta tells her husband about a love from her youth when she lived in Galway. The boy, Michael Furey, who was ill, came through the snow to see her on the night she was leaving. He subsequently died aged seventeen and Gretta still believes that he died for her. Gabriel acknowledges to himself as he watches Gretta's tearful memories that he has never known love like that. (V).
    NoteThis was John Huston's last film. This film was made on location in Valencia, California, and in Dublin. A film documentary, JOHN HUSTON AND THE DUBLINERS (1987), directed by Lilyan Sievernich, charts the production of THE DEAD.
    Screened at the 10th Galway Film Fleadh, 7-12 July 1998.
    ReferenceIT 27/8/1987; IT 29/10/1987; MFB 1987:355-7.

    ‘The Dead opens Film Festival’, favourable review of John Huston's film The Dead opening the Dublin Film Festival (Charles Hunter).

    Irish Times, 13/6/98:7, paragraph review of The Dead from TV listings.

    Irish Times, 17/6/98:3, ‘Bloomsday bond saves the home of The Dead’, The Dublin house on Usher’s Island, the setting for James Joyce’s short story, ‘The Dead’, and inspiration for Joyce and location for Huston's film The Dead, to be restored (Frank McDonald).

    Irish Times, 27/8/87:1, ‘A Magical adieu’, report from Venice Film Festival on premiere of The Dead, film reviewed and cast list (John Francis Lane).

    Irish Times, 29/10/87, ‘Huston brings The Dead to life’, interview with Maria MacDermottroe, actress in The Dead (Charles Hunter).

    Monthly Film Bulletin, December 1987:355-7, ‘The Dead/John Huston - An account of One Man Dead’, crew and cast lists, plot synopsis, review./Review of John Huston's life and work (Tom Milne, Richard Combs).

    Promotional brochure for film, including quote from Huston, plot synopsis, credits and cast, actors and filmmakers details, location details, plus notes on James Joyce. Held at the Tiernan MacBride Library of the Irish Film Institute.

    John Huston & The Dubliners on the set of The Dead. Production notes. Held at the Tiernan MacBride Library of the Irish Film Institute.

    Sunday Independent (Living and Leisure), 11/7/99:29L, TV preview of The Dead (Sarah Caden).

    Irish Times (Weekend), 10/7/99:21, TV preview (Hugh Linehan).

    International Herald Tribune, ‘Huston's Haunting Swan Song’, review of the Venice Film Festival premiere of The Dead (Thomas Quinn Curtiss). Held at the Tiernan MacBride Library of the Irish Film Institute.

    Sunday Independent, 30/11/99:5, ‘McCann Lands Lead in Huston Movie’, article on the cast and location for the film of The Dead to be filmed by John Huston in early 1987 (Ronan Farren).

    John Huston's The Dead. Press book. Includes production notes and biographies. Held at the Tiernan MacBride Library of the Irish Film Institute.

    Variety, review of the Venice Film Festival premiere of The Dead. Held at the Tiernan MacBride Library of the Irish Film Institute.

    Irish Times, 20/10/99:19, ‘Living Dead’ , letter on the subject of the French translation of the title for The Dead (Marc Murphy).

    Sunday Tribune (Property), 19/03/00:2, ‘Falling Down’, article on new legislation to seek to prevent owners of historic and protected properties from allowing their demise from neglect. The house of James Joyce's The Dead is mentioned (Mark Keenan).

    Irish Times, 15/06/00;17, An Irishman's Diary, obituary for the Irish tenor Frank Patterson who sang in the film of The Dead (Kevin Myers).

    Irish Times, 17/06/00:16, ‘Frank Patterson. It was said the whole world seemed still while he sang’, obituary for the Irish tenor Frank Patterson who sang in the film of The Dead.

    Sunday Tribune, 19/11/00:9, ‘Bringing The Dead rubble back to life’, article on Brendan Kilty who owns the building where James Joyce's short story The Dead was set (Catherine Cleary).

    Irish Times (Magazine), 24/03/01:47, preview of The Dead from the TV listings (Tony Clayton-Lea).

    Irish Times, 22/10/01:9, ‘Revisiting The Dead’, article on Kevin Barry's new book about John Huston's film The Dead. It stresses the fidelity of the late director to James Joyce's short story (Hugh Linehan).
    DistributorVestron Pictures (GB)
    PeopleJames Joyce
    Keywords1900s
    Sisters
    Marriage
    Feast of Epiphany
    LocationDublin
    Ireland
    Valencia
    Production creditsp.c: Liffey Films Inc (Valencia)/Zenith Productions Ltd (London). A Wieland Schulz-Keil, Chris Sievernich Production. A John Huston Film. In association with Vestron Pictures (Stamford, Conn.)/Channel Four/Delta Film (Berlin), pres: Vestron Pictures/Zenith, p: Wieland Schulz-Keil, Chris Sievernich, exec. p: William J Quigley, d: John Huston, sc: Tony Huston from the short story 'The Dead' in the collection Dubliners by James Joyce (Dublin, 1914), sc. super: Karen Golden, dop: Fred Murphy, c. op: Randy Nolan, c: Michael Coulter (landscapes, Irish), a.c: Grant Cameron, focus: Des Whelan, clapper loader: Alan Butler, grip: John Murphy, 1st a.c: Brad Edmiston, 2nd a.c: Paul Prince, ed: Roberta Silvi, a. ed/post-p. super: Keith M Sheridan, p.dsgn.: Stephen GFilmes, in collaboration with Dennis Washington, art d: Arden Gantly (2nd unit, Irish), a. art d: Bruce Hubbard, set dec: Josie MacAvin, 1st a.d/p.m: Tom Shaw, 2nd a.d: John 'Joe' Brooks, 1st a.d: Seamus Byrne (2nd unit, Irish), 2nd a.d: Gay Brabazon (2nd unit, Irish), 3rd a.d: Susan Carbery (2nd unit, Irish), trainee a.d (Ireland): John Halpin, Hugh Linehan, Rosemary Morton, Cathy O'Connor, m: Alex North, m. perf. by: Eily O'Grady (piano), Ann Stockton (solo harp), orchestrations: Richard Bronskill, m. ed: Kenneth Wannberg, song: 'The Lass of AughFilm' perf. by Frank Patterson, choreo: Paul Gleason, super, s. ed: Marvin I Kosberg, s. ed: James E Nownes, a.s. ed: Chuck Blecka, Foley ed: Anthony M Palk, s: Bill Randall Jr, Len Engel (m.), Dan Wallin, boom op.: David Stafford, Bill Randall Jr, s. re-rd: Robert W Glass Jr (dial.), Ken S Polk (m.), John B Asman (effs.), cast: Nuala Moiselle, extra cast: Peggy Weber, cost: Dorothy Jeakins, cost. super: Jennifer Parsons, men's ward: Robert Pecina, John McDonald, women's ward: Jennifer Butler, Marilyn Mathews, ward. mistress: Maeve Patterson (2nd unit, Irish), make-up dsgn: Fern Buchner, make-up: Keis Maes, hair dsgn: Anthony Cortino, hair: Christopher Shihar, Louise Dowling, Anne Dunne (2nd unit, Irish), titles/opticals: Howard A Anderson Co, titles: Ray Morfino, sp. effs. super: Maurice Foley (2nd unit, Irish), cnstr. co-ord/sp. effs: Candy Hanagin, cnstr. m: Tommy Bassett (2nd unit, Irish), props master: Tom Shaw Jr, a. props: Phil Hurst, stills: Francois Duhamel, literary adv. James Joyce estate: Clive Hart, p. co-ord: Anne M Shaw, p. accnt: Garrison Singer, p. secretary: Joan Bennett, a. to Mr Huston: Marilyn LaSalandra, publicity: Clein & Feldman, Bruce Feldman, Sheila Ban', Ben Levy, GB distr: Vestron Pictures.
    Art directionGANTLY, Arden
    HUBBARD, Bruce
    Costume designJEAKINS, Dorothy
    PARSONS, Jennifer
    Production designGRIMES, Stephen
    WASHINGTON, Dennis
    Genre/CategoryFeature Film Drama
    Literary Adaptation
    Period Drama

    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 titleYEAR OF THE FRENCH, THE
    Production companyRadio Telefís Éireann/RTE
    Channel Four Television
    FR 3
    Country of originIreland
    Great Britain
    France
    ProducerMcCARTHY, Niall
    DirectorGARVEY, Michael
    Script/AdaptationMcCABE, Eugene
    LARY, Pierre
    Executive producerMcCARTHY, Niall
    Music composerChieftains, The
    Music performanceChieftains, The
    CastRobert Stephens (George Moore), James Green (General Lake), Keith Buckley (Sam Cooper), T. P. McKenna (Denis Browne), Oliver Cotton (Teeling), Bryan Murray (Ferdy O'Donnel), Jean Claude Drouot (General Humbert), Niall O'Brien (McCarthy), Donald Busset (Lord Cornwallis), Philip Hurdwood (John Moore), Marie Keen (Mrs Duggan), Giles Segal (La Revelliere), Veronica Duffy (Kate Cooper), Francois Perrot (Barras), Michel Goulu (Rewbel), Kieran Montague (Wolfe Tone), Donal Farmer (Pryor) Nuala Hayes (Mrs O'Malley), Alan Devlin (Malachy Duggan), Brendan Conroy, Colm Hefferon, Liam Stack, Edward Byrne, Seamus Newham.
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    Soundsound
    Release date1982
    TX channelChannel 4
    TX date18/01/1985
    CopyNFTVA
    SummarySix-part drama series based on the book by Thomas Flanagan. The year is 1798. The recent rebellion in Ireland has been put down and the country seems to be at peace. But in Mayo the landlords' cattle are being slaughtered by 'White Boys' while in Paris, the French make ready to invade Irish. (Adapted from TV Times)
    NoteTX CH4 18/2/1983-25/3/1983 & 25/1/1985-22/2/1985. "6-part series set against the historical events of the 1800s. At the opening, the Rebellion of 1798 had been crushed and Irish seems to be | at peace once again. But, in County Mayo, the landlords' cattle are | being slaughtered by the 'White Boys', while in Paris the French are | preparing for an invasion of Ireland - urged on by United Irishman j Volfe Tone. In episode 2, Irish is seething with discontent. In Mayo, John Moore is busy recruiting men for the planned uprising. Meanwhile, in France, the fleet has been launched and the invasion is about to begin. The 3rd episode details the landing of the French and their |g| routing of the yeomanry - but the British are preparing to resist. In episode 4, the British have been ousted from Castlebar and the French have proclaimed Irish a republic. The British have re-taken Castlebar in episode 5 and Ireland's young President, John Moore, has been captured. In the final episode, the French have surrendered. President John Moore and Owen McCarthy have been imprisoned. Moore tries desperately to save his brother's life" (NFTVA Catalogue).
    RTE guide vol10
    Keywords1798 Rebellion
    Irish History
    Production designMITCHELL, Quentin
    Genre/CategoryTV Drama Series
    Historical Drama

    Series/Newsreel titleYEAR OF THE FRENCH, THE
    Production companyRadio Telefís Éireann/RTE
    Channel Four Television
    FR 3
    Country of originIreland
    Great Britain
    France
    ProducerMcCARTHY, Niall
    DirectorGARVEY, Michael
    Script/AdaptationMcCABE, Eugene
    LARY, Pierre
    Executive producerMcCARTHY, Niall
    Music composerChieftains, The
    Music performanceChieftains, The
    CastRobert Stephens (George Moore), Keith Buckley (Sam Cooper), Bryan Murray (Ferdy O'Donnell), Jean Claude Drouot (General Humbert), Niall O'Brien (McCarthy), Donald Busset (Lord Cornwallis), Philip Hurdwood (John Moore), Jeremy Clyde (Malcolm Elliott), Bryan Murray (Ferdy O'Donnell), Godfrey Quigley (Sir John Denham), Tim Pearce (Jack (2nd soldier)), T. P. McKenna (Denis Browne), Christopher Casson (George Saunders), Michael Duffy (Andrew Creighton), James Coyle (Harry (1st soldier)), James Greene (General Lake), Joe Pilkington (Sean McKenna), Ian McIlhenny (Tom Mac Mahon), Ronan Smith (Fergus Mac Mahon), Jacques Zabor (Sarrizen), Oliver Cotton, Jonathan Ryan, Frank Kelly
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    Soundsound
    Release date1982
    TX channelChannel 4
    TX date08/02/1985
    CopyNFTVA
    SummarySix-part drama series based on the book by Thomas Flanagan. The victorious French have proclaimed Irish a republic, with John Moore as its first president. (Adapted from TV Times)
    RTE guide vol10
    Keywords1798 Rebellion
    Irish History
    Production designMITCHELL, Quentin
    Genre/CategoryTV Drama Series
    Historical Drama

    TitleGOOD WILL HUNTING
    Production companyMiramax Films
    Lawrence Bender Productions
    Country of originUSA
    ProducerBENDER, Lawrence
    MOORE, Chris
    DirectorVAN SANT, Gus
    Script/AdaptationDAMON, Matt
    AFFLECK, Ben
    PhotographyESCOFFIER, Jean-Yves
    Sound recordingKOHLER, Steve
    EditingSCALIA, Pietro
    Executive producerARMSTRONG, Sue
    GORDON, Jonathan
    MOSIER, Scott
    SMITH, Kevin
    WEINSTEIN, Bob
    WEINSTEIN, Harvey
    Music composerELFMAN, Danny
    Songs'Handle On My Heart' - Minnie Driver; 'We Still Need More Than Anyone Can Give' - Danny Elfman, Michael Quinn ; 'Miss Misery' - Elliott Smith, 'Danny Boy' - Rory Dall O'Cahan; 'Somebody's Baby' - Jackson Browne;
    'Heart & Soul' - Duncan Chisholm; 'We Still Need More Than Anyone Can Give' - Gareth Coombes; 'Runaway' - Max Crook; 'Why Do I Lie?' - Jill Cuniff; 'Afternoon Delight' - Bill Danoff; 'Heart & Soul' - Ivan Drever; 'How Can You Mend A Broken Heart' - Barry Gibb; 'How Can You Mend A Broken Heart' - Robin Gibb; 'We Still Need More Than Anyone Can Give' - Daniel Goffey; 'Somebody's Baby' - Danny Kortchmar; 'Room' - Dan Lander; 'If I Had the Last Dream Left in the World' - Joe Liles; 'As the Rain' - Jeb Loy Nichols; 'Baker Street' - Gerry Rafferty; 'Grand Sonata in B-Flat Major, Op. 30/D.617', 'Six Grandes Marches, Op. 40/D.819, No. 5' - Franz Schubert; 'Fisherman's Blues' - Mike Scott; 'Runaway' - Del Shannon; 'No Name #3', 'Say Yes', 'Between the Bars', 'Angeles' - Elliott Smith; 'People' - Jule Styne; Boys Better' - Courtney Taylor-Taylor; 'Big Strong Man' - Brian Warfield; 'Fisherman's Blues' - Steve Wickham.
    CastRobin Williams (Sean McGuire), Matt Damon (Will Hunting), Ben Affleck (Chuckie Sullivan), Stellan Skarsgård (Prof. Gerald Lambeau), Minnie driver (Skylar), Casey Affleck (Morgan O'Mally), Cole Hauser (Billy McBride), John Mighton (Tom), Rachel Majorowski (Krystyn), Colleen McCauley (Cathy), Matt Mercier (Barbershop Quartet #1), Ralph St. George (Barbershop Quartet #2), Rob Lynds (Barbershop Quartet #3), Dan Washington (Barbershop Quartet #4), Alison Folland (M.I.T. student #1), Derrick Bridgeman (M.I.T. student #2), Vik Sahay (M.I.T. student #3), Shannon Egleson (girl on street), Rob Lyons (Carmine Scarpaglia), Steven Kozlowski (Carmine friend #1), Jennifer Deathe (Lydia), Scott William Winters (Clark), Philip Williams (Terry/head custodian), Patrick O'Donnell (Marty/assistant custodian), Kevin Rushton (courtroom guard), Jimmy Flynn (George H. Malone, the judge), Joe Cannon (prosecutor), Ann Matacunas (court officer George Plimpton (Henry Lipkin, psychologist), Francesco Clemente (Rich, hypnotist), Jessica B. Morton (Maurine, Bunker Hill College student), Barna Moricz (Vinnie, Bunker Hill College student), Libby Geller (toy store), Chas Lawther (M.I.T. professor), Richard Fitzpatrick (Timmy), Frank Nakashima (executive #1), Christopher Britton (executive #2), David Eisner (executive #3), Bruce Hunter (NSA agent #1), Robert Talvano (NSA agent #2), James Allodi (security).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    SoundDolby Digital
    Duration126
    Footage11378
    Format35mm
    Release date1998
    SummaryFrom an Irish neighborhood in Boston, Will Hunting works as a janitor at MIT, and spends his spare time drinking with his friends. One night, he scrawls anonymouslythe answer to a maths challenge on a blackboard. Following a violent brawl, Will is sentenced to a jail term. By then, Professor Lambeau has identified him as the genius who solved his problem and gets the judge to suspend Will's sentence if he studies with him and receives counselling. Out drinking in a bar, Will's friend Chuckie chats up medical student Skylar but is put down by an arrogant student. Will bests the student intellectually before getting Skylar's phone number. They go on a date but Will doesn't call her back. The following week he asks her out again and they begin a relationship. After a series of failed therapy sessions, Will agrees to meet with therapist Sean McGuire. During a series of emotional skirmishes, Will discovers that McGuire's unhappiness began with the death of his wife, while McGuire persuades Will to talk about the abuse inflicted on him by his foster father. When Will resists Lambeau's attempts to get him a job, the professor challenges McGuire. The men argue over Will's fate. Will argues with Skylar, who leaves to study in California. Chuckie encourages Will to take a job that uses his brain. Will does, but leaves shortly after to join Skylar.
    ReferenceS&S 1998 3:50
    DistributorBuena Vista (UK)
    KeywordsIrish-Americans
    Mathematicians
    University
    Boston
    Relationships
    Child abuse
    Therapy
    Drink culture
    LocationBoston
    Production creditsp.c.: Miramax Films, Lawrence Bender Productions, p: Lawrence Bender, Chris Moore, exec.p: Su Armstrong, Jonathan Gordon, Scott Mosier, Kevin Smith, Bob Weinstein, Harvey Weinstein, d: Gus Van Sant, d: Gus Van Sant, sc: Matt Damon, Ben Affleck, dop: Jean-Yves Escoffier, ed: Pietro Scalia, soundtrack: 'Handle On My Heart' - Minnie driver; 'We Still Need More Than Anyone Can Give' - Danny Elfman, Michael Quinn; 'Miss Misery' - Elliott Smith, 'Danny Boy' - Rory Dall O'Cahan; 'Somebody's Baby' - Jackson Browne; 'Heart & Soul' - Duncan Chisholm; 'We Still Need More Than Anyone Can Give' - Gareth Coombes; 'Runaway' - Max Crook; 'Why Do I Lie?' - Jill Cuniff; 'Afternoon Delight' - Bill Danoff; 'Heart & Soul' - Ivan Drever; 'How Can You Mend A Broken Heart' - Barry Gibb; 'How Can You Mend A Broken Heart' - Robin Gibb; 'We Still Need More Than Anyone Can Give' - Daniel Goffey; 'Somebody's Baby' - Danny Kortchmar; 'Room' - Dan Lander; 'If I Had the Last Dream Left in the World' - Joe Liles; 'As the Rain' - Jeb Loy Nichols; 'Baker Street' - Gerry Rafferty; 'Grand Sonata in B-Flat Major, Op. 30/D.617', 'Six Grandes Marches, Op. 40/D.819, No. 5' - Franz Schubert; 'Fisherman's Blues' - Mike Scott; 'Runaway' - Del Shannon; 'No Name #3', 'Say Yes', 'Between the Bars', 'Angeles' - Elliott Smith; 'People' - Jule Styne; Boys Better' - Courtney Taylor-Taylor; 'Big Strong Man' - Brian Warfield; 'Fisherman's Blues' - Steve Wickham, p.dsgn.: Melissa Stewart, art d: James McAteer, set.dec: Jaro Dick, cost: Beatrix Aruna Pasztor, cast: Kerry Barden, Billy Hopkins, Suzanne Smith, make-up: Leslie Ann Sebert, hair: James D. Brown, Jean Carney, Elizabeth Cecchini, p.super: Dorothy Aufiero, p.m.: Christopher Goode, Brent O'Connor, post-p.super: Robert Hackl, Pamela Winn-Barnett, a.d.: Jennifer Deathe, Lisa Janowski, Andrew Shea, David Till, Kate Weiss, Brian A. York, art dept: Michael E. Allegretto, Judson Bell, Duncan Campbell, Manya Cetlin, Jessica Chaffin, David Orin Charles, Kirk Copella, Marc Corriveau, Jack Coyle, Ken Doyle, Mark Duffield, Jennifer Engel, David Evans, Danielle Fleury, Chris Fousek, Graeme Gossage, Ken Hardy, Wayne Jacques, Chris Kaseta-Cornelius, Diane J. Laurienzo, Gordon Lebredt, Eric Levenson, Michael Madden, Karen Menze, Vanessa Mills, Kristine Moran, Steven Morell, Lisa Nagid, Peter E. Nauyokas, Mark O'Donoghue, Eugene Pope, Reet Puhm, Paul Richards, Butch Rose, Kathleen Rosen, Adam Scher, Kurt Smith, Aileen Sovronsky, Phillip Tellez, Mark Tucker, Donald Wilson Jr., ADR: Peter Appleton, Mike Boudry, Doc Kane, Foley: Steve Fontano, Marnie Moore, Richard Moore, Jennifer Myers, Margie O'Malley, Frank Rinella, super.s.ed: Kelley Baker, dial.ed: David A. Cohen, s.re.rd.mix: Tom E. Dahl, m.ed: Bill Jackson, Kenneth Karman, s: Steve Kohler, s.mix: Owen Langevin, a.m.ed: Stephanie Lowry, boom: James J. Mase, Jim Thompson, re-rd.mix: Leslie Shatz, Gus Van Sant, a.ed.: Concha Solano, s.ed: Patrick Winters, sp.effs: William 'Billy Jack' Jakielaszek, Brian Ricci, Ed Ricci, Stephen R. Ricci, stunts.co-ord: Jery Hewitt, titles: Pablo Ferro, m.c.: Artie Kane.
    Art directionMcATEER, James
    Costume designPASZTOR, Beatrix Aruna
    Production designSTEWART, Melissa
    Genre/CategoryFeature Film Drama

    TitleDREAMING FORWARD
    Country of originIreland
    DirectorLE CAIN, Max
    Script/AdaptationLE CAIN, Max
    PhotographyLE CAIN, Max
    EditingCALAHANE, Denise
    Music composerZIEGENFUSS, Brandon
    CastJason Browne, Chris O'Neill, Stephanie O'Sullivan.
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    SoundDolby Stereo
    Duration8
    Release date2002
    SummaryA young man pesters his ex-girlfriend with calls in the small hours of the morning.
    NoteScreened at the 47th Cork Film Festival, 6 -13 October, 2002.
    KeywordsLove relationships
    Genre/CategoryShort Film Drama

    Series/Newsreel titleCLINIC, THE
    Production companyParallel Film Productions Ltd
    Radio Telefís Éireann/RTE
    SponsorAer Lingus
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerNÍ BHUACHALLA, Clíona
    DirectorCUNNINGHAM, Liam
    MULCAHY, Lisa
    RECKS, Declan
    Script/AdaptationBLEAHEN-MELVIN, Orla
    FERRARI, Lilie
    LUNNY, Judy
    MOLONEY, John
    WALKER, Paul
    WHITE, Ali
    PhotographyCULLITON, Cedric
    Sound recordingMERREN, Karl
    EditingYOUNG, Gareth
    Executive producerCALLERY, Mary
    MOLONEY, Alan
    Music composerMcKEON, Stephen
    CastDavid Wilmot (Dr. Ed Costello), Aisling O'Sullivan (Dr. Cathy Costello), Norma Sheahan (Fiona McColgan), Lorraine Pilkington (Susie Cassidy), Gary Lydon (Patrick Murray), Dominic Mafham (Dan Woodhouse), Amy Huberman (Daisy O'Callaghan), Gertrude Montgomery (Aine Flanagan), Rachael Pilkington (Keelin Geraghty), Geraldine Plunkett (Mrs. Fleming), Chris O'Dowd (Brendan Davenport), Sam Corry (Alex/Chris Walsh), Gary Egan (garda), Peter Hanly (Jack O'Halloran), Darren Healy (Ritchie Sweeney), Ruth McCabe (Maria Geraghty), Pat McGrath (Mr. Sharkey), Vinny Murphy (security man), Tatiana Ouliankina (Natalia Riabushkin), Valerie Spelman (Kate O'Halloran).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    SoundDolby Digital
    Duration55
    Release date2003
    TX channelRTE 1
    TX date12/10/2003
    CopyRTE
    SummaryDrama series set in a Dublin clinic.
    NoteThe director and scriptwriters listed above are collectively listed as per series. Each worked on worked on individual episodes.
    RTE guide vol27
    Production creditsp.c.: Parallel Film Productions Ltd., Radio Telefís Eireann (RTE), spon: Aer Lingus, p: Clíona Ní Bhuachalla, co-p: Orla Bleahen-Melvin, Lilie Ferrari, d: Liam Cunningham, Lisa Mulcahy, Declan Recks, sc: Orla Bleahen-Melvin, Lilie Ferrari (creators), Judy Lunny, John Moloney, Paul Walker, Ali White, exec.p.: Mary Callery, Alan Moloney, dop: Cedric Culliton, ed: Gareth Young, s: Karl Merren, m: Stephen McKeon, cost: Maeve Paterson, Judith Williams, p. dsgn.: Fiona Daly, set decoration: Sheelagh Power, cast: Amy Rowan, make-up: Joni Galvin, a.make-up: Lucy Browne, hair: Eileen Doyle, a.hair.: Michael Devanney, p.m.: Jim Duggan, Mick Walsh, s.ed.: Niall Brady, Nicky Moss, spec. effs.: Jim Brady, Conor Coughlan, James Paradis, stunts: Dominick Hewitt, Donal O'Farrell.
    Art directionPOWER, Sheelagh
    Costume designPATERSON, Maeve
    WILLIAMS, Judith
    Production designDALY, Fiona
    Genre/CategoryTV Drama Series

    Series/Newsreel titleCLINIC, THE
    Production companyParallel Film Productions Ltd
    Radio Telefís Éireann/RTE
    SponsorAer Lingus
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerHOLMES, Eoin
    DirectorGILL, Liz
    QUINN, Robert
    TRAYNOR, Janet
    Script/AdaptationBLEAHEN-MELVIN, Orla
    FERRARI, Lilie
    BERGIN, Barbara
    COLLIN, Len
    GANNON, Ted
    MacKENZIE, Lauren
    McKENNA, Peter
    PhotographyCULLITON, Cedric
    Sound recordingMERREN, Karl
    EditingYEATES, Ben
    Executive producerCALLERY, Mary
    MOLONEY, Alan
    Music composerMcKEON, Stephen
    CastAisling O'Sullivan (Dr. Cathy Costello), Norma Sheahan (Fiona McColgan), Gary Lydon (Patrick Murray), Dominic Mafham (Dan Woodhouse), Amy Huberman (Daisy O'Callaghan), Gertrude Montgomery (Aine Flanagan), Rachael Pilkington (Keelin Geraghty), Geraldine Plunkett (Mrs. Fleming), Leigh Arnold (Dr. Clodagh Delaney), Chris O'Dowd (Brendan Davenport), Sam Corry (Alex/Chris Walsh), Stuart Graham (Dr. Richard McKenna), Marian Araujo (Marta Lopez), Maire Ni Ghrainne (Deirdre Cooney), Sarah Gilbert (Mrs. Jennings), Michael Grennell (psychiatrist), Andrea Kelly (Karen Dignam), Katie Keogh (Jenny Jennings), Linda McDonnell (Eileen Murphy), Gary Murphy (Dr. Denny), Simon O'Gorman (Billy Flanagan), Orla O'Rourke (Sinéad Kelly), Derek Reid (Jeremy), Eamon Rohan (Mr. Durkin), Niall Toibin (Dr. Paul O'Callaghan).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    SoundDolby Digital
    Duration52
    TX channelRTE 1
    TX date25/09/2005
    CopyRTE
    SummaryNew series. Drama series set in a Dublin clinic.
    NoteThe director and scriptwriters listed above are collectively listed as per series. Each worked on worked on individual episodes.
    RTE guide vol27
    LocationDublin
    Production creditsp.c.: Parallel Film Productions Ltd., Radio Telefís Eireann (RTE), spon: Aer Lingus, p: Eoin Holmes, co-p: Orla Bleahen-Melvin, Lilie Ferrari, d: Liz Gill, Robert Quinn, Janet Traynor, sc: Orla Bleahen-Melvin, Lilie Ferrari (creators), Barbara Bergin, Len Collin, Ted Gannon, Lauren Mackenzie, Peter McKenna, exec.p.: Mary Callery, Alan Moloney, dop: Cedric Culliton, ed: Ben Yeates, s: Karl Merren, m: Stephen McKeon, cost: Maeve Paterson, Judith Williams, p. dsgn.: Fiona Daly, set decoration: Sheelagh Power, cast: Frank Moiselle, make-up: Joni Galvin, a.make-up: Lucy Browne, hair: Eileen Doyle, a.hair.: Michael Devanney, p.m.: Jim Duggan, Mick Walsh, s.ed.: Niall Brady, Nicky Moss, spec. effs.: Jim Brady, Conor Coughlan, James Paradis, stunts: Dominick Hewitt, Donal O'Farrell, loc.m.: Peter Conway, a.loc.m.: Grant Bobbet, 2nd.asst d: Catherine Dunne, 3rd a. d: Aoife Thunder, p.co-ord: Cliodhne Colgan, assistant p-co-ord: Orlaith Deasy, assistant acct: Emer Fitzpatrick, sc.super.:Lierke Sigfred Pedersen, a.c.: Simon Culliton, Louise McEllin, grip: Aidan Griffin, s: Karl Merren,n boom: Eddie Quinn, Ian Johns, art d: Clara O'Donnell, stand-by art d: Cillian Ni Chasside, set decorator/buyer: Sheelagh Power, prop.master: Edward Norton, make-up: Joni Galvin, Eileen Dunne, sc.ed: Claire Bennett, assistantsc.ed: Ruth Carter, research: Dee Collier, post-p.sup: Michael O'Connell, post-p.co-ord: Suzanne McKenzie, a.ed.: Olivia Quinn, super.s.ed: Niall Brady, s.ed: Tommy Ellis, dub.mix: Ken Galvin, online ed: Coilin O'Cearbhaill, title sequence: Gavin Casey, colorist: Gary Curran, Foley artist: Caoimhe Doyle, Drama Development Officer (RTE): Jo Calam, Business and legal: Michael Hyland, Conor Sweeney, James Hickey, Ruth Hunter, Produced with the support of investment incentives for the Irish Film Industry provided by the Government of Ireland.
    Art directionPOWER, Sheelagh
    Costume designPATERSON, Maeve
    WILLIAMS, Judith
    Production designDALY, Fiona
    Genre/CategoryTV Drama Series

    Series/Newsreel titleCLINIC, THE
    Production companyParallel Film Productions Ltd
    Radio Telefís Éireann/RTE
    SponsorAer Lingus
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerHOLMES, Eoin
    DirectorGILL, Liz
    QUINN, Robert
    TRAYNOR, Janet
    Script/AdaptationBLEAHEN-MELVIN, Orla
    FERRARI, Lilie
    BERGIN, Barbara
    COLLIN, Len
    GANNON, Ted
    MacKENZIE, Lauren
    McKENNA, Peter
    PhotographyCULLITON, Cedric
    Sound recordingMERREN, Karl
    EditingYEATES, Ben
    Executive producerCALLERY, Mary
    MOLONEY, Alan
    Music composerMcKEON, Stephen
    CastAisling O'Sullivan (Dr. Cathy Costello), Norma Sheahan (Fiona McColgan), Gary Lydon (Patrick Murray), Dominic Mafham (Dan Woodhouse), Amy Huberman (Daisy O'Callaghan), Gertrude Montgomery (Aine Flanagan), Rachael Pilkington (Keelin Geraghty), Geraldine Plunkett (Mrs. Fleming), Leigh Arnold (Dr. Clodagh Delaney), Chris O'Dowd (Brendan Davenport), Sam Corry (Alex/Chris Walsh), Stuart Graham (Dr. Richard McKenna).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    SoundDolby Digital
    Duration52
    TX channelRTE 1
    TX date02/10/2005
    CopyRTE
    SummaryNew series. Drama series set in a Dublin clinic. Brendan Davenport is forced to make a crucial decision.
    NoteThe director and scriptwriters listed above are collectively listed as per series. Each worked on worked on individual episodes.
    RTE guide vol27
    LocationDublin
    Production creditsp.c.: Parallel Film Productions Ltd., Radio Telefís Eireann (RTE), spon: Aer Lingus, p: Eoin Holmes, co-p: Orla Bleahen-Melvin, Lilie Ferrari, d: Liz Gill, Robert Quinn, Janet Traynor, sc: Orla Bleahen-Melvin, Lilie Ferrari (creators), Barbara Bergin, Len Collin, Ted Gannon, Lauren Mackenzie, Peter McKenna, exec.p.: Mary Callery, Alan Moloney, dop: Cedric Culliton, ed: Ben Yeates, s: Karl Merren, m: Stephen McKeon, cost: Maeve Paterson, Judith Williams, p. dsgn.: Fiona Daly, set decoration: Sheelagh Power, cast: Frank Moiselle, make-up: Joni Galvin, a.make-up: Lucy Browne, hair: Eileen Doyle, a.hair.: Michael Devanney, p.m.: Jim Duggan, Mick Walsh, s.ed.: Niall Brady, Nicky Moss, spec. effs.: Jim Brady, Conor Coughlan, James Paradis, stunts: Dominick Hewitt, Donal O'Farrell, loc.m.: Peter Conway, a.loc.m.: Grant Bobbet, 2nd.asst d: Catherine Dunne, 3rd a. d: Aoife Thunder, p.co-ord: Cliodhne Colgan, assistant p-co-ord: Orlaith Deasy, assistant acct: Emer Fitzpatrick, sc.super.:Lierke Sigfred Pedersen, a.c.: Simon Culliton, Louise McEllin, grip: Aidan Griffin, s: Karl Merren,n boom: Eddie Quinn, Ian Johns, art d: Clara O'Donnell, stand-by art d: Cillian Ni Chasside, set decorator/buyer: Sheelagh Power, prop.master: Edward Norton, make-up: Joni Galvin, Eileen Dunne, sc.ed: Claire Bennett, assistantsc.ed: Ruth Carter, research: Dee Collier, post-p.sup: Michael O'Connell, post-p.co-ord: Suzanne McKenzie, a.ed.: Olivia Quinn, super.s.ed: Niall Brady, s.ed: Tommy Ellis, dub.mix: Ken Galvin, online ed: Coilin O'Cearbhaill, title sequence: Gavin Casey, colorist: Gary Curran, Foley artist: Caoimhe Doyle, Drama Development Officer (RTE): Jo Calam, Business and legal: Michael Hyland, Conor Sweeney, James Hickey, Ruth Hunter, Produced with the support of investment incentives for the Irish Film Industry provided by the Government of Ireland.
    Art directionPOWER, Sheelagh
    Costume designPATERSON, Maeve
    WILLIAMS, Judith
    Production designDALY, Fiona
    Genre/CategoryTV Drama Series

    Series/Newsreel titleCLINIC, THE
    Production companyParallel Film Productions Ltd
    Radio Telefís Éireann/RTE
    SponsorAer Lingus
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerHOLMES, Eoin
    DirectorGILL, Liz
    QUINN, Robert
    TRAYNOR, Janet
    Script/AdaptationBLEAHEN-MELVIN, Orla
    FERRARI, Lilie
    BERGIN, Barbara
    COLLIN, Len
    GANNON, Ted
    MacKENZIE, Lauren
    McKENNA, Peter
    PhotographyCULLITON, Cedric
    Sound recordingMERREN, Karl
    EditingYEATES, Ben
    Executive producerCALLERY, Mary
    MOLONEY, Alan
    Music composerMcKEON, Stephen
    CastAisling O'Sullivan (Dr. Cathy Costello), Norma Sheahan (Fiona McColgan), Gary Lydon (Patrick Murray), Dominic Mafham (Dan Woodhouse), Amy Huberman (Daisy O'Callaghan), Gertrude Montgomery (Aine Flanagan), Rachael Pilkington (Keelin Geraghty), Geraldine Plunkett (Mrs. Fleming), Leigh Arnold (Dr. Clodagh Delaney), Chris O'Dowd (Brendan Davenport), Sam Corry (Alex/Chris Walsh), Stuart Graham (Dr. Richard McKenna), Marian Araujo (Marta Lopez), Ann Brogan (Mrs. Donnelly), Jennifer Buckley (Mrs. Blennerhasset), Sean Colgan (Mr. Donnelly), Liam Cunningham (Malcolm Keown), Charlie DeBromhead (Mr. Blennerhasset), Camille Donegan (off-licence assistant), Gail Fitzpatrick (Katie Hughes), Angela Harding (Maureen Connolly), Conor Irwin (male patient), Matthew Keenan (Sam Connolly), Tina Kellegher (Jean Keown), Bernard Kirby (Simon), Patricia Martin (Mrs. Quinlan), Cian McCormack (Emmet Keown), Elizabeth Moynihan (Elaine), Caitríona Ní Mhurchú (Lisa), Veronica O'Reilly (Veronica), Tomas O'Suilleabhain (Detective Ronan Donaghue), Gabrielle Reidy (Meg Duffy), Eddie Tighe (Maitre'D).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    SoundDolby Digital
    Duration52
    TX channelRTE 1
    TX date09/10/2005
    CopyRTE
    SummaryNew series. Drama series set in a Dublin clinic. New GP Richard is having problems at the Clinic; Jean Keogh's secret is uncovered by Keelin.
    NoteThe director and scriptwriters listed above are collectively listed as per series. Each worked on worked on individual episodes.
    RTE guide vol27
    LocationDublin
    Production creditsp.c.: Parallel Film Productions Ltd., Radio Telefís Eireann (RTE), spon: Aer Lingus, p: Eoin Holmes, co-p: Orla Bleahen-Melvin, Lilie Ferrari, d: Liz Gill, Robert Quinn, Janet Traynor, sc: Orla Bleahen-Melvin, Lilie Ferrari (creators), Barbara Bergin, Len Collin, Ted Gannon, Lauren Mackenzie, Peter McKenna, exec.p.: Mary Callery, Alan Moloney, dop: Cedric Culliton, ed: Ben Yeates, s: Karl Merren, m: Stephen McKeon, cost: Maeve Paterson, Judith Williams, p. dsgn.: Fiona Daly, set decoration: Sheelagh Power, cast: Frank Moiselle, make-up: Joni Galvin, a.make-up: Lucy Browne, hair: Eileen Doyle, a.hair.: Michael Devanney, p.m.: Jim Duggan, Mick Walsh, s.ed.: Niall Brady, Nicky Moss, spec. effs.: Jim Brady, Conor Coughlan, James Paradis, stunts: Dominick Hewitt, Donal O'Farrell, loc.m.: Peter Conway, a.loc.m.: Grant Bobbet, 2nd.asst d: Catherine Dunne, 3rd a. d: Aoife Thunder, p.co-ord: Cliodhne Colgan, assistant p-co-ord: Orlaith Deasy, assistant acct: Emer Fitzpatrick, sc.super.:Lierke Sigfred Pedersen, a.c.: Simon Culliton, Louise McEllin, grip: Aidan Griffin, s: Karl Merren,n boom: Eddie Quinn, Ian Johns, art d: Clara O'Donnell, stand-by art d: Cillian Ni Chasside, set decorator/buyer: Sheelagh Power, prop.master: Edward Norton, make-up: Joni Galvin, Eileen Dunne, sc.ed: Claire Bennett, assistantsc.ed: Ruth Carter, research: Dee Collier, post-p.sup: Michael O'Connell, post-p.co-ord: Suzanne McKenzie, a.ed.: Olivia Quinn, super.s.ed: Niall Brady, s.ed: Tommy Ellis, dub.mix: Ken Galvin, online ed: Coilin O'Cearbhaill, title sequence: Gavin Casey, colorist: Gary Curran, Foley artist: Caoimhe Doyle, Drama Development Officer (RTE): Jo Calam, Business and legal: Michael Hyland, Conor Sweeney, James Hickey, Ruth Hunter, Produced with the support of investment incentives for the Irish Film Industry provided by the Government of Ireland.
    Art directionPOWER, Sheelagh
    Costume designPATERSON, Maeve
    WILLIAMS, Judith
    Production designDALY, Fiona
    Genre/CategoryTV Drama Series

    Series/Newsreel titleCLINIC, THE
    Production companyParallel Film Productions Ltd
    Radio Telefís Éireann/RTE
    SponsorAer Lingus
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerHOLMES, Eoin
    DirectorGILL, Liz
    QUINN, Robert
    TRAYNOR, Janet
    Script/AdaptationBLEAHEN-MELVIN, Orla
    FERRARI, Lilie
    BERGIN, Barbara
    COLLIN, Len
    GANNON, Ted
    MacKENZIE, Lauren
    McKENNA, Peter
    PhotographyCULLITON, Cedric
    Sound recordingMERREN, Karl
    EditingYEATES, Ben
    Executive producerCALLERY, Mary
    MOLONEY, Alan
    Music composerMcKEON, Stephen
    CastAisling O'Sullivan (Dr. Cathy Costello), Norma Sheahan (Fiona McColgan), Gary Lydon (Patrick Murray), Dominic Mafham (Dan Woodhouse), Amy Huberman (Daisy O'Callaghan), Gertrude Montgomery (Aine Flanagan), Rachael Pilkington (Keelin Geraghty), Geraldine Plunkett (Mrs. Fleming), Leigh Arnold (Dr. Clodagh Delaney), Chris O'Dowd (Brendan Davenport), Sam Corry (Alex/Chris Walsh), Stuart Graham (Dr. Richard McKenna), Marian Araujo (Marta Lopez), Emmet Bergin (Frederick Delaney), Catherine Byrne (Tara O'Rourke), Jonathan Byrne (Will Cafferty), Vicky Byrne (Bridget), Dorothy Cotter (Orla McGuigan), Jeananne Crowley (Virginia Delaney), Liam Cunningham (Malcolm Keown), Matthew Keenan (Sam Connolly), Tina Kellegher (Jean Keown), Cian McCormack (Emmet Keown), Enda Oates (Johnny O'Rourke), Tomas O'Suilleabhain (Detective Ronan Donaghue), Niall Toibin (Dr. Paul O'Callaghan).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    SoundDolby Digital
    Duration52
    TX channelRTE 1
    TX date16/10/2005
    CopyRTE
    SummaryNew series. Drama series set in a Dublin clinic. Brendan takes off on a round-the-world trip; Clodagh gets some significant news, and Cathy flirts with plastic surgeon, Dan.
    NoteThe director and scriptwriters listed above are collectively listed as per series. Each worked on worked on individual episodes.
    RTE guide vol27
    LocationDublin
    Production creditsp.c.: Parallel Film Productions Ltd., Radio Telefís Eireann (RTE), spon: Aer Lingus, p: Eoin Holmes, co-p: Orla Bleahen-Melvin, Lilie Ferrari, d: Liz Gill, Robert Quinn, Janet Traynor, sc: Orla Bleahen-Melvin, Lilie Ferrari (creators), Barbara Bergin, Len Collin, Ted Gannon, Lauren Mackenzie, Peter McKenna, exec.p.: Mary Callery, Alan Moloney, dop: Cedric Culliton, ed: Ben Yeates, s: Karl Merren, m: Stephen McKeon, cost: Maeve Paterson, Judith Williams, p. dsgn.: Fiona Daly, set decoration: Sheelagh Power, cast: Frank Moiselle, make-up: Joni Galvin, a.make-up: Lucy Browne, hair: Eileen Doyle, a.hair.: Michael Devanney, p.m.: Jim Duggan, Mick Walsh, s.ed.: Niall Brady, Nicky Moss, spec. effs.: Jim Brady, Conor Coughlan, James Paradis, stunts: Dominick Hewitt, Donal O'Farrell, loc.m.: Peter Conway, a.loc.m.: Grant Bobbet, 2nd.asst d: Catherine Dunne, 3rd a. d: Aoife Thunder, p.co-ord: Cliodhne Colgan, assistant p-co-ord: Orlaith Deasy, assistant acct: Emer Fitzpatrick, sc.super.:Lierke Sigfred Pedersen, a.c.: Simon Culliton, Louise McEllin, grip: Aidan Griffin, s: Karl Merren,n boom: Eddie Quinn, Ian Johns, art d: Clara O'Donnell, stand-by art d: Cillian Ni Chasside, set decorator/buyer: Sheelagh Power, prop.master: Edward Norton, make-up: Joni Galvin, Eileen Dunne, sc.ed: Claire Bennett, assistantsc.ed: Ruth Carter, research: Dee Collier, post-p.sup: Michael O'Connell, post-p.co-ord: Suzanne McKenzie, a.ed.: Olivia Quinn, super.s.ed: Niall Brady, s.ed: Tommy Ellis, dub.mix: Ken Galvin, online ed: Coilin O'Cearbhaill, title sequence: Gavin Casey, colorist: Gary Curran, Foley artist: Caoimhe Doyle, Drama Development Officer (RTE): Jo Calam, Business and legal: Michael Hyland, Conor Sweeney, James Hickey, Ruth Hunter, Produced with the support of investment incentives for the Irish Film Industry provided by the Government of Ireland.
    Art directionPOWER, Sheelagh
    Costume designPATERSON, Maeve
    WILLIAMS, Judith
    Production designDALY, Fiona
    Genre/CategoryTV Drama Series

    Series/Newsreel titleCLINIC, THE
    Production companyParallel Film Productions Ltd
    Radio Telefís Éireann/RTE
    SponsorAer Lingus
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerHOLMES, Eoin
    DirectorGILL, Liz
    QUINN, Robert
    TRAYNOR, Janet
    Script/AdaptationBLEAHEN-MELVIN, Orla
    FERRARI, Lilie
    BERGIN, Barbara
    COLLIN, Len
    GANNON, Ted
    MacKENZIE, Lauren
    McKENNA, Peter
    PhotographyCULLITON, Cedric
    Sound recordingMERREN, Karl
    EditingYEATES, Ben
    Executive producerCALLERY, Mary
    MOLONEY, Alan
    Music composerMcKEON, Stephen
    CastAisling O'Sullivan (Dr. Cathy Costello), Norma Sheahan (Fiona McColgan), Gary Lydon (Patrick Murray), Dominic Mafham (Dan Woodhouse), Amy Huberman (Daisy O'Callaghan), Gertrude Montgomery (Aine Flanagan), Rachael Pilkington (Keelin Geraghty), Geraldine Plunkett (Mrs. Fleming), Leigh Arnold (Dr. Clodagh Delaney), Chris O'Dowd (Brendan Davenport), Sam Corry (Alex/Chris Walsh), Stuart Graham (Dr. Richard McKenna), Marian Araujo (Marta Lopez), Jonathan Byrne (Will Cafferty), Lesley Conroy (Kathleen Dunne), Jeananne Crowley (Virginia Delaney), Liam Cunningham (Malcolm Keown), Keith Duffy (Paul Dunne), Adam Goodwin (Jonathan Reece), Matthew Keenan (Sam Connolly), Tina Kellegher (Jean Keown), Cian McCormack (Emmet Keown), Brian Munn (Niall Cuthbert), Orla O'Rourke (Sinéad Kelly), Tomas O'Suilleabhain (Detective Ronan Donaghue Gabrielle Reidy (Meg Duffy), Karl Sheils (Keith Reid).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    SoundDolby Digital
    Duration52
    TX channelRTE 1
    TX date23/10/2005
    CopyRTE
    SummaryNew series. Drama series set in a Dublin clinic. Daisy and Will begin a relationship.
    NoteThe director and scriptwriters listed above are collectively listed as per series. Each worked on worked on individual episodes.
    RTE guide vol27
    LocationDublin
    Production creditsp.c.: Parallel Film Productions Ltd., Radio Telefís Eireann (RTE), spon: Aer Lingus, p: Eoin Holmes, co-p: Orla Bleahen-Melvin, Lilie Ferrari, d: Liz Gill, Robert Quinn, Janet Traynor, sc: Orla Bleahen-Melvin, Lilie Ferrari (creators), Barbara Bergin, Len Collin, Ted Gannon, Lauren Mackenzie, Peter McKenna, exec.p.: Mary Callery, Alan Moloney, dop: Cedric Culliton, ed: Ben Yeates, s: Karl Merren, m: Stephen McKeon, cost: Maeve Paterson, Judith Williams, p. dsgn.: Fiona Daly, set decoration: Sheelagh Power, cast: Frank Moiselle, make-up: Joni Galvin, a.make-up: Lucy Browne, hair: Eileen Doyle, a.hair.: Michael Devanney, p.m.: Jim Duggan, Mick Walsh, s.ed.: Niall Brady, Nicky Moss, spec. effs.: Jim Brady, Conor Coughlan, James Paradis, stunts: Dominick Hewitt, Donal O'Farrell, loc.m.: Peter Conway, a.loc.m.: Grant Bobbet, 2nd.asst d: Catherine Dunne, 3rd a. d: Aoife Thunder, p.co-ord: Cliodhne Colgan, assistant p-co-ord: Orlaith Deasy, assistant acct: Emer Fitzpatrick, sc.super.:Lierke Sigfred Pedersen, a.c.: Simon Culliton, Louise McEllin, grip: Aidan Griffin, s: Karl Merren,n boom: Eddie Quinn, Ian Johns, art d: Clara O'Donnell, stand-by art d: Cillian Ni Chasside, set decorator/buyer: Sheelagh Power, prop.master: Edward Norton, make-up: Joni Galvin, Eileen Dunne, sc.ed: Claire Bennett, assistantsc.ed: Ruth Carter, research: Dee Collier, post-p.sup: Michael O'Connell, post-p.co-ord: Suzanne McKenzie, a.ed.: Olivia Quinn, super.s.ed: Niall Brady, s.ed: Tommy Ellis, dub.mix: Ken Galvin, online ed: Coilin O'Cearbhaill, title sequence: Gavin Casey, colorist: Gary Curran, Foley artist: Caoimhe Doyle, Drama Development Officer (RTE): Jo Calam, Business and legal: Michael Hyland, Conor Sweeney, James Hickey, Ruth Hunter, Produced with the support of investment incentives for the Irish Film Industry provided by the Government of Ireland.
    Art directionPOWER, Sheelagh
    Costume designPATERSON, Maeve
    WILLIAMS, Judith
    Production designDALY, Fiona
    Genre/CategoryTV Drama Series

    Series/Newsreel titleCLINIC, THE
    Production companyParallel Film Productions Ltd
    Radio Telefís Éireann/RTE
    SponsorAer Lingus
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerHOLMES, Eoin
    DirectorGILL, Liz
    QUINN, Robert
    TRAYNOR, Janet
    Script/AdaptationBLEAHEN-MELVIN, Orla
    FERRARI, Lilie
    BERGIN, Barbara
    COLLIN, Len
    GANNON, Ted
    MacKENZIE, Lauren
    McKENNA, Peter
    PhotographyCULLITON, Cedric
    Sound recordingMERREN, Karl
    EditingYEATES, Ben
    Executive producerCALLERY, Mary
    MOLONEY, Alan
    Music composerMcKEON, Stephen
    CastAisling O'Sullivan (Dr. Cathy Costello), Norma Sheahan (Fiona McColgan), Gary Lydon (Patrick Murray), Dominic Mafham (Dan Woodhouse), Amy Huberman (Daisy O'Callaghan), Gertrude Montgomery (Aine Flanagan), Rachael Pilkington (Keelin Geraghty), Geraldine Plunkett (Mrs. Fleming), Leigh Arnold (Dr. Clodagh Delaney), Chris O'Dowd (Brendan Davenport), Sam Corry (Alex/Chris Walsh), Stuart Graham (Dr. Richard McKenna), Marian Araujo (Marta Lopez), Charlotte Bradley (Sonia Harper), Jonathan Byrne (Will Cafferty), Liam Cunningham (Malcolm Keown), Nicholas Grennell (David Harper), Matthew Keenan (Sam Connolly), Tina Kellegher (Jean Keown), Cian McCormack (Emmet Keown), Simon O'Gorman (Billy Flanagan), Orla O'Rourke (Sinéad Kelly), Tomas O'Suilleabhain (Detective Ronan Donaghue), Gabrielle Reidy (Meg Duffy), Niall Toibin (Dr. Paul O'Callaghan), Shani Williams (Danielle).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    SoundDolby Digital
    Duration52
    TX channelRTE 1
    TX date30/10/2005
    CopyRTE
    SummaryNew series. Drama series set in a Dublin clinic. Cathy is left vulnerable to Dan's approaches following a sudden bereavement.
    NoteThe director and scriptwriters listed above are collectively listed as per series. Each worked on worked on individual episodes.
    RTE guide vol27
    LocationDublin
    Production creditsp.c.: Parallel Film Productions Ltd., Radio Telefís Eireann (RTE), spon: Aer Lingus, p: Eoin Holmes, co-p: Orla Bleahen-Melvin, Lilie Ferrari, d: Liz Gill, Robert Quinn, Janet Traynor, sc: Orla Bleahen-Melvin, Lilie Ferrari (creators), Barbara Bergin, Len Collin, Ted Gannon, Lauren Mackenzie, Peter McKenna, exec.p.: Mary Callery, Alan Moloney, dop: Cedric Culliton, ed: Ben Yeates, s: Karl Merren, m: Stephen McKeon, cost: Maeve Paterson, Judith Williams, p. dsgn.: Fiona Daly, set decoration: Sheelagh Power, cast: Frank Moiselle, make-up: Joni Galvin, a.make-up: Lucy Browne, hair: Eileen Doyle, a.hair.: Michael Devanney, p.m.: Jim Duggan, Mick Walsh, s.ed.: Niall Brady, Nicky Moss, spec. effs.: Jim Brady, Conor Coughlan, James Paradis, stunts: Dominick Hewitt, Donal O'Farrell, loc.m.: Peter Conway, a.loc.m.: Grant Bobbet, 2nd.asst d: Catherine Dunne, 3rd a. d: Aoife Thunder, p.co-ord: Cliodhne Colgan, assistant p-co-ord: Orlaith Deasy, assistant acct: Emer Fitzpatrick, sc.super.:Lierke Sigfred Pedersen, a.c.: Simon Culliton, Louise McEllin, grip: Aidan Griffin, s: Karl Merren,n boom: Eddie Quinn, Ian Johns, art d: Clara O'Donnell, stand-by art d: Cillian Ni Chasside, set decorator/buyer: Sheelagh Power, prop.master: Edward Norton, make-up: Joni Galvin, Eileen Dunne, sc.ed: Claire Bennett, assistantsc.ed: Ruth Carter, research: Dee Collier, post-p.sup: Michael O'Connell, post-p.co-ord: Suzanne McKenzie, a.ed.: Olivia Quinn, super.s.ed: Niall Brady, s.ed: Tommy Ellis, dub.mix: Ken Galvin, online ed: Coilin O'Cearbhaill, title sequence: Gavin Casey, colorist: Gary Curran, Foley artist: Caoimhe Doyle, Drama Development Officer (RTE): Jo Calam, Business and legal: Michael Hyland, Conor Sweeney, James Hickey, Ruth Hunter, Produced with the support of investment incentives for the Irish Film Industry provided by the Government of Ireland.
    Art directionPOWER, Sheelagh
    Costume designPATERSON, Maeve
    WILLIAMS, Judith
    Production designDALY, Fiona
    Genre/CategoryTV Drama Series

    Series/Newsreel titleCLINIC, THE
    Production companyParallel Film Productions Ltd
    Radio Telefís Éireann/RTE
    SponsorAer Lingus
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerHOLMES, Eoin
    DirectorGILL, Liz
    QUINN, Robert
    TRAYNOR, Janet
    Script/AdaptationBLEAHEN-MELVIN, Orla
    FERRARI, Lilie
    BERGIN, Barbara
    COLLIN, Len
    GANNON, Ted
    MacKENZIE, Lauren
    McKENNA, Peter
    PhotographyCULLITON, Cedric
    Sound recordingMERREN, Karl
    EditingYEATES, Ben
    Executive producerCALLERY, Mary
    MOLONEY, Alan
    Music composerMcKEON, Stephen
    CastAisling O'Sullivan (Dr. Cathy Costello), Norma Sheahan (Fiona McColgan), Gary Lydon (Patrick Murray), Dominic Mafham (Dan Woodhouse), Amy Huberman (Daisy O'Callaghan), Gertrude Montgomery (Aine Flanagan), Rachael Pilkington (Keelin Geraghty), Geraldine Plunkett (Mrs. Fleming), Leigh Arnold (Dr. Clodagh Delaney), Chris O'Dowd (Brendan Davenport), Sam Corry (Alex/Chris Walsh), Stuart Graham (Dr. Richard McKenna), Marian Araujo (Marta Lopez), Jonathan Byrne (Will Cafferty), Liam Cunningham (Malcolm Keown), Padraic Delaney (Andrew McLoughlin), Sharon Hogan (Christina), Ena May (Mrs. McLoughlin), Cian McCormack (Emmet Keown), Brian McGuinness (bouncer), Laine Megaw (Annie McKenna), Sinead Murphy (Flossie McKenna), Domhnall O'Donoghue (Dylan Reilly).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    SoundDolby Digital
    Duration52
    TX channelRTE 1
    TX date06/11/2005
    CopyRTE
    SummaryNew series. Drama series set in a Dublin clinic. Richard's wife is ill and he is having some difficulty supporting her.
    NoteThe director and scriptwriters listed above are collectively listed as per series. Each worked on worked on individual episodes.
    RTE guide vol27
    LocationDublin
    Production creditsp.c.: Parallel Film Productions Ltd., Radio Telefís Eireann (RTE), spon: Aer Lingus, p: Eoin Holmes, co-p: Orla Bleahen-Melvin, Lilie Ferrari, d: Liz Gill, Robert Quinn, Janet Traynor, sc: Orla Bleahen-Melvin, Lilie Ferrari (creators), Barbara Bergin, Len Collin, Ted Gannon, Lauren Mackenzie, Peter McKenna, exec.p.: Mary Callery, Alan Moloney, dop: Cedric Culliton, ed: Ben Yeates, s: Karl Merren, m: Stephen McKeon, cost: Maeve Paterson, Judith Williams, p. dsgn.: Fiona Daly, set decoration: Sheelagh Power, cast: Frank Moiselle, make-up: Joni Galvin, a.make-up: Lucy Browne, hair: Eileen Doyle, a.hair.: Michael Devanney, p.m.: Jim Duggan, Mick Walsh, s.ed.: Niall Brady, Nicky Moss, spec. effs.: Jim Brady, Conor Coughlan, James Paradis, stunts: Dominick Hewitt, Donal O'Farrell, loc.m.: Peter Conway, a.loc.m.: Grant Bobbet, 2nd.asst d: Catherine Dunne, 3rd a. d: Aoife Thunder, p.co-ord: Cliodhne Colgan, assistant p-co-ord: Orlaith Deasy, assistant acct: Emer Fitzpatrick, sc.super.:Lierke Sigfred Pedersen, a.c.: Simon Culliton, Louise McEllin, grip: Aidan Griffin, s: Karl Merren,n boom: Eddie Quinn, Ian Johns, art d: Clara O'Donnell, stand-by art d: Cillian Ni Chasside, set decorator/buyer: Sheelagh Power, prop.master: Edward Norton, make-up: Joni Galvin, Eileen Dunne, sc.ed: Claire Bennett, assistantsc.ed: Ruth Carter, research: Dee Collier, post-p.sup: Michael O'Connell, post-p.co-ord: Suzanne McKenzie, a.ed.: Olivia Quinn, super.s.ed: Niall Brady, s.ed: Tommy Ellis, dub.mix: Ken Galvin, online ed: Coilin O'Cearbhaill, title sequence: Gavin Casey, colorist: Gary Curran, Foley artist: Caoimhe Doyle, Drama Development Officer (RTE): Jo Calam, Business and legal: Michael Hyland, Conor Sweeney, James Hickey, Ruth Hunter, Produced with the support of investment incentives for the Irish Film Industry provided by the Government of Ireland.
    Art directionPOWER, Sheelagh
    Costume designPATERSON, Maeve
    WILLIAMS, Judith
    Production designDALY, Fiona
    Genre/CategoryTV Drama Series

    Series/Newsreel titleCLINIC, THE
    Production companyParallel Film Productions Ltd
    Radio Telefís Éireann/RTE
    SponsorAer Lingus
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerHOLMES, Eoin
    DirectorGILL, Liz
    QUINN, Robert
    TRAYNOR, Janet
    Script/AdaptationBLEAHEN-MELVIN, Orla
    FERRARI, Lilie
    BERGIN, Barbara
    COLLIN, Len
    GANNON, Ted
    MacKENZIE, Lauren
    McKENNA, Peter
    PhotographyCULLITON, Cedric
    Sound recordingMERREN, Karl
    EditingYEATES, Ben
    Executive producerCALLERY, Mary
    MOLONEY, Alan
    Music composerMcKEON, Stephen
    CastAisling O'Sullivan (Dr. Cathy Costello), Norma Sheahan (Fiona McColgan), Gary Lydon (Patrick Murray), Dominic Mafham (Dan Woodhouse), Amy Huberman (Daisy O'Callaghan), Gertrude Montgomery (Aine Flanagan), Rachael Pilkington (Keelin Geraghty), Geraldine Plunkett (Mrs. Fleming), Leigh Arnold (Dr. Clodagh Delaney), Chris O'Dowd (Brendan Davenport), Sam Corry (Alex/Chris Walsh), Stuart Graham (Dr. Richard McKenna), Marian Araujo (Marta Lopez), Jonathan Byrne (Will Cafferty), Matthew Keenan (Sam Connolly), Pat Laffan (James O'Driscoll), Tomas O'Suilleabhain (Detective Ronan Donaghue), Gabrielle Reidy (Meg Duffy).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    SoundDolby Digital
    Duration52
    TX channelRTE 1
    TX date13/11/2005
    CopyRTE
    SummaryDrama series set in a Dublin clinic. Will is revealed as a cad and gets what he deserves.
    NoteThe director and scriptwriters listed above are collectively listed as per series. Each worked on worked on individual episodes.
    RTE guide vol27
    LocationDublin
    Production creditsp.c.: Parallel Film Productions Ltd., Radio Telefís Eireann (RTE), spon: Aer Lingus, p: Eoin Holmes, co-p: Orla Bleahen-Melvin, Lilie Ferrari, d: Liz Gill, Robert Quinn, Janet Traynor, sc: Orla Bleahen-Melvin, Lilie Ferrari (creators), Barbara Bergin, Len Collin, Ted Gannon, Lauren Mackenzie, Peter McKenna, exec.p.: Mary Callery, Alan Moloney, dop: Cedric Culliton, ed: Ben Yeates, s: Karl Merren, m: Stephen McKeon, cost: Maeve Paterson, Judith Williams, p. dsgn.: Fiona Daly, set decoration: Sheelagh Power, cast: Frank Moiselle, make-up: Joni Galvin, a.make-up: Lucy Browne, hair: Eileen Doyle, a.hair.: Michael Devanney, p.m.: Jim Duggan, Mick Walsh, s.ed.: Niall Brady, Nicky Moss, spec. effs.: Jim Brady, Conor Coughlan, James Paradis, stunts: Dominick Hewitt, Donal O'Farrell, loc.m.: Peter Conway, a.loc.m.: Grant Bobbet, 2nd.asst d: Catherine Dunne, 3rd a. d: Aoife Thunder, p.co-ord: Cliodhne Colgan, assistant p-co-ord: Orlaith Deasy, assistant acct: Emer Fitzpatrick, sc.super.:Lierke Sigfred Pedersen, a.c.: Simon Culliton, Louise McEllin, grip: Aidan Griffin, s: Karl Merren,n boom: Eddie Quinn, Ian Johns, art d: Clara O'Donnell, stand-by art d: Cillian Ni Chasside, set decorator/buyer: Sheelagh Power, prop.master: Edward Norton, make-up: Joni Galvin, Eileen Dunne, sc.ed: Claire Bennett, assistantsc.ed: Ruth Carter, research: Dee Collier, post-p.sup: Michael O'Connell, post-p.co-ord: Suzanne McKenzie, a.ed.: Olivia Quinn, super.s.ed: Niall Brady, s.ed: Tommy Ellis, dub.mix: Ken Galvin, online ed: Coilin O'Cearbhaill, title sequence: Gavin Casey, colorist: Gary Curran, Foley artist: Caoimhe Doyle, Drama Development Officer (RTE): Jo Calam, Business and legal: Michael Hyland, Conor Sweeney, James Hickey, Ruth Hunter, Produced with the support of investment incentives for the Irish Film Industry provided by the Government of Ireland.
    Art directionPOWER, Sheelagh
    Costume designPATERSON, Maeve
    WILLIAMS, Judith
    Production designDALY, Fiona
    Genre/CategoryTV Drama Series

    Series/Newsreel titleCLINIC, THE
    Production companyParallel Film Productions Ltd
    Radio Telefís Éireann/RTE
    SponsorAer Lingus
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerHOLMES, Eoin
    DirectorGILL, Liz
    QUINN, Robert
    TRAYNOR, Janet
    Script/AdaptationBLEAHEN-MELVIN, Orla
    FERRARI, Lilie
    BERGIN, Barbara
    COLLIN, Len
    GANNON, Ted
    MacKENZIE, Lauren
    McKENNA, Peter
    PhotographyCULLITON, Cedric
    Sound recordingMERREN, Karl
    EditingYEATES, Ben
    Executive producerCALLERY, Mary
    MOLONEY, Alan
    Music composerMcKEON, Stephen
    CastAisling O'Sullivan (Dr. Cathy Costello), Norma Sheahan (Fiona McColgan), Gary Lydon (Patrick Murray), Dominic Mafham (Dan Woodhouse), Amy Huberman (Daisy O'Callaghan), Gertrude Montgomery (Aine Flanagan), Rachael Pilkington (Keelin Geraghty), Geraldine Plunkett (Mrs. Fleming), Leigh Arnold (Dr. Clodagh Delaney), Chris O'Dowd (Brendan Davenport), Sam Corry (Alex/Chris Walsh), Stuart Graham (Dr. Richard McKenna), Gary Lydon (Patrick Murray), Dominic Mafham (Dan Woodhouse), Geraldine Plunkett (Mrs. Fleming), Marian Araujo (Marta Lopez), Charlotte Bradley (Sonia Harper), Anne Byrne (Nora Ryan), Paddy C. Courtney (Mr. Goss), Philip Judge (Eugene), Matthew Keenan (Sam Connolly), Laine Megaw (Annie McKenna), Wesley Murphy (surgeon #1), Simon O'Gorman (Billy Flanagan), Lochlainn O'Mearain (estate agent), Sean O'Neill (surgeon #2), Orla O'Rourke (Sinéad Kelly), Tomas O'Suilleabhain (Detective Ronan Donaghue), Gabrielle Reidy (Meg Duffy).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    SoundDolby Digital
    Duration52
    TX channelRTE 1
    TX date20/11/2005
    CopyRTE
    SummaryDrama series set in a Dublin clinic. Dan runs the risk of being caught two-timing Cathy and Sinead.
    NoteThe director and scriptwriters listed above are collectively listed as per series. Each worked on worked on individual episodes.
    RTE guide vol27
    LocationDublin
    Production creditsp.c.: Parallel Film Productions Ltd., Radio Telefís Eireann (RTE), spon: Aer Lingus, p: Eoin Holmes, co-p: Orla Bleahen-Melvin, Lilie Ferrari, d: Liz Gill, Robert Quinn, Janet Traynor, sc: Orla Bleahen-Melvin, Lilie Ferrari (creators), Barbara Bergin, Len Collin, Ted Gannon, Lauren Mackenzie, Peter McKenna, exec.p.: Mary Callery, Alan Moloney, dop: Cedric Culliton, ed: Ben Yeates, s: Karl Merren, m: Stephen McKeon, cost: Maeve Paterson, Judith Williams, p. dsgn.: Fiona Daly, set decoration: Sheelagh Power, cast: Frank Moiselle, make-up: Joni Galvin, a.make-up: Lucy Browne, hair: Eileen Doyle, a.hair.: Michael Devanney, p.m.: Jim Duggan, Mick Walsh, s.ed.: Niall Brady, Nicky Moss, spec. effs.: Jim Brady, Conor Coughlan, James Paradis, stunts: Dominick Hewitt, Donal O'Farrell, loc.m.: Peter Conway, a.loc.m.: Grant Bobbet, 2nd.asst d: Catherine Dunne, 3rd a. d: Aoife Thunder, p.co-ord: Cliodhne Colgan, assistant p-co-ord: Orlaith Deasy, assistant acct: Emer Fitzpatrick, sc.super.:Lierke Sigfred Pedersen, a.c.: Simon Culliton, Louise McEllin, grip: Aidan Griffin, s: Karl Merren,n boom: Eddie Quinn, Ian Johns, art d: Clara O'Donnell, stand-by art d: Cillian Ni Chasside, set decorator/buyer: Sheelagh Power, prop.master: Edward Norton, make-up: Joni Galvin, Eileen Dunne, sc.ed: Claire Bennett, assistantsc.ed: Ruth Carter, research: Dee Collier, post-p.sup: Michael O'Connell, post-p.co-ord: Suzanne McKenzie, a.ed.: Olivia Quinn, super.s.ed: Niall Brady, s.ed: Tommy Ellis, dub.mix: Ken Galvin, online ed: Coilin O'Cearbhaill, title sequence: Gavin Casey, colorist: Gary Curran, Foley artist: Caoimhe Doyle, Drama Development Officer (RTE): Jo Calam, Business and legal: Michael Hyland, Conor Sweeney, James Hickey, Ruth Hunter, Produced with the support of investment incentives for the Irish Film Industry provided by the Government of Ireland.
    Art directionPOWER, Sheelagh
    Costume designPATERSON, Maeve
    WILLIAMS, Judith
    Production designDALY, Fiona
    Genre/CategoryTV Drama Series

    Series/Newsreel titleCLINIC, THE
    Production companyParallel Film Productions Ltd
    Radio Telefís Éireann/RTE
    SponsorAer Lingus
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerHOLMES, Eoin
    DirectorGILL, Liz
    QUINN, Robert
    TRAYNOR, Janet
    Script/AdaptationBLEAHEN-MELVIN, Orla
    FERRARI, Lilie
    BERGIN, Barbara
    COLLIN, Len
    GANNON, Ted
    MacKENZIE, Lauren
    McKENNA, Peter
    PhotographyCULLITON, Cedric
    Sound recordingMERREN, Karl
    EditingYEATES, Ben
    Executive producerCALLERY, Mary
    MOLONEY, Alan
    Music composerMcKEON, Stephen
    CastAisling O'Sullivan (Dr. Cathy Costello), Norma Sheahan (Fiona McColgan), Gary Lydon (Patrick Murray), Dominic Mafham (Dan Woodhouse), Amy Huberman (Daisy O'Callaghan), Gertrude Montgomery (Aine Flanagan), Rachael Pilkington (Keelin Geraghty), Geraldine Plunkett (Mrs. Fleming), Leigh Arnold (Dr. Clodagh Delaney), Chris O'Dowd (Brendan Davenport), Sam Corry (Alex/Chris Walsh), Stuart Graham (Dr. Richard McKenna), Dominic Mafham (Dan Woodhouse), Marian Araujo (Marta Lopez), Matthew Keenan (Sam Connolly), Doreen Keogh (Mrs. Clarke), John Olohan (Jim Kavanagh), Gabrielle Reidy (Meg Duffy).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    SoundDolby Digital
    Duration52
    TX channelRTE 1
    TX date27/11/2005
    CopyRTE
    SummaryDrama series set in a Dublin clinic. Clodagh receives the results of her exams. Alex's cover is blown and his true identity disclosed.
    NoteThe director and scriptwriters listed above are collectively listed as per series. Each worked on worked on individual episodes.
    RTE guide vol27
    LocationDublin
    Production creditsp.c.: Parallel Film Productions Ltd., Radio Telefís Eireann (RTE), spon: Aer Lingus, p: Eoin Holmes, co-p: Orla Bleahen-Melvin, Lilie Ferrari, d: Liz Gill, Robert Quinn, Janet Traynor, sc: Orla Bleahen-Melvin, Lilie Ferrari (creators), Barbara Bergin, Len Collin, Ted Gannon, Lauren Mackenzie, Peter McKenna, exec.p.: Mary Callery, Alan Moloney, dop: Cedric Culliton, ed: Ben Yeates, s: Karl Merren, m: Stephen McKeon, cost: Maeve Paterson, Judith Williams, p. dsgn.: Fiona Daly, set decoration: Sheelagh Power, cast: Frank Moiselle, make-up: Joni Galvin, a.make-up: Lucy Browne, hair: Eileen Doyle, a.hair.: Michael Devanney, p.m.: Jim Duggan, Mick Walsh, s.ed.: Niall Brady, Nicky Moss, spec. effs.: Jim Brady, Conor Coughlan, James Paradis, stunts: Dominick Hewitt, Donal O'Farrell, loc.m.: Peter Conway, a.loc.m.: Grant Bobbet, 2nd.asst d: Catherine Dunne, 3rd a. d: Aoife Thunder, p.co-ord: Cliodhne Colgan, assistant p-co-ord: Orlaith Deasy, assistant acct: Emer Fitzpatrick, sc.super.:Lierke Sigfred Pedersen, a.c.: Simon Culliton, Louise McEllin, grip: Aidan Griffin, s: Karl Merren,n boom: Eddie Quinn, Ian Johns, art d: Clara O'Donnell, stand-by art d: Cillian Ni Chasside, set decorator/buyer: Sheelagh Power, prop.master: Edward Norton, make-up: Joni Galvin, Eileen Dunne, sc.ed: Claire Bennett, assistantsc.ed: Ruth Carter, research: Dee Collier, post-p.sup: Michael O'Connell, post-p.co-ord: Suzanne McKenzie, a.ed.: Olivia Quinn, super.s.ed: Niall Brady, s.ed: Tommy Ellis, dub.mix: Ken Galvin, online ed: Coilin O'Cearbhaill, title sequence: Gavin Casey, colorist: Gary Curran, Foley artist: Caoimhe Doyle, Drama Development Officer (RTE): Jo Calam, Business and legal: Michael Hyland, Conor Sweeney, James Hickey, Ruth Hunter, Produced with the support of investment incentives for the Irish Film Industry provided by the Government of Ireland.
    Art directionPOWER, Sheelagh
    Costume designPATERSON, Maeve
    WILLIAMS, Judith
    Production designDALY, Fiona
    Genre/CategoryTV Drama Series

    Series/Newsreel titleCLINIC, THE
    Production companyParallel Film Productions Ltd
    Radio Telefís Éireann/RTE
    SponsorAer Lingus
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerNÍ BHUACHALLA, Clíona
    DirectorCUNNINGHAM, Liam
    MULCAHY, Lisa
    RECKS, Declan
    Script/AdaptationBLEAHEN-MELVIN, Orla
    FERRARI, Lilie
    LUNNY, Judy
    MOLONEY, John
    WALKER, Paul
    WHITE, Ali
    PhotographyCULLITON, Cedric
    Sound recordingMERREN, Karl
    EditingYOUNG, Gareth
    Executive producerCALLERY, Mary
    MOLONEY, Alan
    Music composerMcKEON, Stephen
    CastDavid Wilmot (Dr. Ed Costello), Aisling O'Sullivan (Dr. Cathy Costello), Norma Sheahan (Fiona McColgan), Lorraine Pilkington (Susie Cassidy), Gary Lydon (Patrick Murray), Dominic Mafham (Dan Woodhouse), Amy Huberman (Daisy O'Callaghan), Gertrude Montgomery (Aine Flanagan), Rachael Pilkington (Keelin Geraghty), Geraldine Plunkett (Mrs. Fleming), Chris O'Dowd (Brendan Davenport), Sam Corry (Alex/Chris Walsh), David Cairnduff (Mick Twomey), Catherine Dunne (woman #2), Catherine Dunne (woman #2), Sean Flanagan (Sean Connell), Conor Horgan (angry patient), Ruth McCabe (Maria Geraghty), Ian McElhinney (Joseph McGarry), Francine Mulrooney (woman #1), Gerry O'Brien (decorator #1), Simon O'Gorman (Billy Flanagan), Tatiana Ouliankina (Natalia Riabushkin), Gene Rooney (female patient), Annette Tierney (nurse Riley).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    SoundDolby Digital
    Duration55
    Release date2003
    TX channelRTE 1
    TX date19/10/2003
    CopyRTE
    SummaryDrama series set in a Dublin clinic.
    NoteThe director and scriptwriters listed above are collectively listed as per series. Each worked on worked on individual episodes.
    RTE guide vol27
    Production creditsp.c.: Parallel Film Productions Ltd., Radio Telefís Eireann (RTE), spon: Aer Lingus, p: Clíona Ní Bhuachalla, co-p: Orla Bleahen-Melvin, Lilie Ferrari, d: Liam Cunningham, Lisa Mulcahy, Declan Recks, sc: Orla Bleahen-Melvin, Lilie Ferrari (creators), Judy Lunny, John Moloney, Paul Walker, Ali White, exec.p.: Mary Callery, Alan Moloney, dop: Cedric Culliton, ed: Gareth Young, s: Karl Merren, m: Stephen McKeon, cost: Maeve Paterson, Judith Williams, p. dsgn.: Fiona Daly, set decoration: Sheelagh Power, cast: Amy Rowan, make-up: Joni Galvin, a.make-up: Lucy Browne, hair: Eileen Doyle, a.hair.: Michael Devanney, p.m.: Jim Duggan, Mick Walsh, s.ed.: Niall Brady, Nicky Moss, spec. effs.: Jim Brady, Conor Coughlan, James Paradis, stunts: Dominick Hewitt, Donal O'Farrell.
    Art directionPOWER, Sheelagh
    Costume designPATERSON, Maeve
    WILLIAMS, Judith
    Production designDALY, Fiona
    Genre/CategoryTV Drama Series

    Series/Newsreel titleCLINIC, THE
    Production companyParallel Film Productions Ltd
    Radio Telefís Éireann/RTE
    SponsorAer Lingus
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerNÍ BHUACHALLA, Clíona
    DirectorCUNNINGHAM, Liam
    MULCAHY, Lisa
    RECKS, Declan
    Script/AdaptationBLEAHEN-MELVIN, Orla
    FERRARI, Lilie
    LUNNY, Judy
    MOLONEY, John
    WALKER, Paul
    WHITE, Ali
    PhotographyCULLITON, Cedric
    Sound recordingMERREN, Karl
    EditingYOUNG, Gareth
    Executive producerCALLERY, Mary
    MOLONEY, Alan
    Music composerMcKEON, Stephen
    CastDavid Wilmot (Dr. Ed Costello), Aisling O'Sullivan (Dr. Cathy Costello), Norma Sheahan (Fiona McColgan), Lorraine Pilkington (Susie Cassidy), Gary Lydon (Patrick Murray), Dominic Mafham (Dan Woodhouse), Amy Huberman (Daisy O'Callaghan), Gertrude Montgomery (Aine Flanagan), Rachael Pilkington (Keelin Geraghty), Geraldine Plunkett (Mrs. Fleming), Chris O'Dowd (Brendan Davenport), Sam Corry (Alex/Chris Walsh), Barbara Adair (old woman), Eva Bartley (Polly), Lesley Conroy (Kathleen), Neilí Conroy (Sorcha Geraghty), Alexander Downes (Mr. Penrose), Sean Flanagan (Sean Connell), Rory Keenan (Michael), Garrett Keogh (Michael Geraghty), Ruth McCabe (Maria Geraghty), Ian McElhinney (Joseph McGarry), Janet Moran (Molly), Laurie Morton (Mrs. Joyce), Chris Newman (Tommy Geraghty), Gareth O'Connor (Bryan Grimes), Donal O'Kelly (Frank Grimes), Tatiana Ouliankina (Natalia Riabushkin), Saoirse Ronan (Rhiannon Geraghty), Niall Toibin (Dr. Paul O'Callaghan), Jake Williams (Barry Geraghty).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    SoundDolby Digital
    Duration55
    Release date2003
    TX channelRTE 1
    TX date26/10/2003
    CopyRTE
    SummaryDrama series set in a Dublin clinic.
    NoteThe director and scriptwriters listed above are collectively listed as per series. Each worked on worked on individual episodes.
    RTE guide vol27
    Production creditsp.c.: Parallel Film Productions Ltd., Radio Telefís Eireann (RTE), spon: Aer Lingus, p: Clíona Ní Bhuachalla, co-p: Orla Bleahen-Melvin, Lilie Ferrari, d: Liam Cunningham, Lisa Mulcahy, Declan Recks, sc: Orla Bleahen-Melvin, Lilie Ferrari (creators), Judy Lunny, John Moloney, Paul Walker, Ali White, exec.p.: Mary Callery, Alan Moloney, dop: Cedric Culliton, ed: Gareth Young, s: Karl Merren, m: Stephen McKeon, cost: Maeve Paterson, Judith Williams, p. dsgn.: Fiona Daly, set decoration: Sheelagh Power, cast: Amy Rowan, make-up: Joni Galvin, a.make-up: Lucy Browne, hair: Eileen Doyle, a.hair.: Michael Devanney, p.m.: Jim Duggan, Mick Walsh, s.ed.: Niall Brady, Nicky Moss, spec. effs.: Jim Brady, Conor Coughlan, James Paradis, stunts: Dominick Hewitt, Donal O'Farrell.
    Art directionPOWER, Sheelagh
    Costume designPATERSON, Maeve
    WILLIAMS, Judith
    Production designDALY, Fiona
    Genre/CategoryTV Drama Series

    Series/Newsreel titleCLINIC, THE
    Production companyParallel Film Productions Ltd
    Radio Telefís Éireann/RTE
    SponsorAer Lingus
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerNÍ BHUACHALLA, Clíona
    DirectorCUNNINGHAM, Liam
    MULCAHY, Lisa
    RECKS, Declan
    Script/AdaptationBLEAHEN-MELVIN, Orla
    FERRARI, Lilie
    LUNNY, Judy
    MOLONEY, John
    WALKER, Paul
    WHITE, Ali
    PhotographyCULLITON, Cedric
    Sound recordingMERREN, Karl
    EditingYOUNG, Gareth
    Executive producerCALLERY, Mary
    MOLONEY, Alan
    Music composerMcKEON, Stephen
    CastDavid Wilmot (Dr. Ed Costello), Aisling O'Sullivan (Dr. Cathy Costello), Norma Sheahan (Fiona McColgan), Lorraine Pilkington (Susie Cassidy), Gary Lydon (Patrick Murray), Dominic Mafham (Dan Woodhouse), Amy Huberman (Daisy O'Callaghan), Gertrude Montgomery (Aine Flanagan), Rachael Pilkington (Keelin Geraghty), Geraldine Plunkett (Mrs. Fleming), Chris O'Dowd (Brendan Davenport), Sam Corry (Alex/Chris Walsh), Eva Bartley (Polly), Declan Buckley (MC/Shirley Temple Bar), Barry Cassin (Spike Molloy), Sean Flanagan (Sean Connell), Danielle Fox-Clarke (Dermie's mother), Una Kavanagh (Anita), Rory Keenan (Michael), Vanessa Keogh (Dearbhla), Michael Liebman (Dessie Irvine), Ruth McCabe (Maria Geraghty), Daragh McDonagh (Dermie), Ian McElhinney (Joseph McGarry), Tatiana Ouliankina (Natalia Riabushkin), Chris Simpson (Alex's gay friend), Susan Slott (Gloria), Billie Traynor (Irene).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    SoundDolby Digital
    Duration55
    Release date2003
    TX channelRTE 1
    TX date02/11/2003
    CopyRTE
    SummaryDrama series set in a Dublin clinic.
    NoteThe director and scriptwriters listed above are collectively listed as per series. Each worked on worked on individual episodes.
    RTE guide vol27
    Production creditsp.c.: Parallel Film Productions Ltd., Radio Telefís Eireann (RTE), spon: Aer Lingus, p: Clíona Ní Bhuachalla, co-p: Orla Bleahen-Melvin, Lilie Ferrari, d: Liam Cunningham, Lisa Mulcahy, Declan Recks, sc: Orla Bleahen-Melvin, Lilie Ferrari (creators), Judy Lunny, John Moloney, Paul Walker, Ali White, exec.p.: Mary Callery, Alan Moloney, dop: Cedric Culliton, ed: Gareth Young, s: Karl Merren, m: Stephen McKeon, cost: Maeve Paterson, Judith Williams, p. dsgn.: Fiona Daly, set decoration: Sheelagh Power, cast: Amy Rowan, make-up: Joni Galvin, a.make-up: Lucy Browne, hair: Eileen Doyle, a.hair.: Michael Devanney, p.m.: Jim Duggan, Mick Walsh, s.ed.: Niall Brady, Nicky Moss, spec. effs.: Jim Brady, Conor Coughlan, James Paradis, stunts: Dominick Hewitt, Donal O'Farrell.
    Art directionPOWER, Sheelagh
    Costume designPATERSON, Maeve
    WILLIAMS, Judith
    Production designDALY, Fiona
    Genre/CategoryTV Drama Series

    Series/Newsreel titleCLINIC, THE
    Production companyParallel Film Productions Ltd
    Radio Telefís Éireann/RTE
    SponsorAer Lingus
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerNÍ BHUACHALLA, Clíona
    DirectorCUNNINGHAM, Liam
    MULCAHY, Lisa
    RECKS, Declan
    Script/AdaptationBLEAHEN-MELVIN, Orla
    FERRARI, Lilie
    LUNNY, Judy
    MOLONEY, John
    WALKER, Paul
    WHITE, Ali
    PhotographyCULLITON, Cedric
    Sound recordingMERREN, Karl
    EditingYOUNG, Gareth
    Executive producerCALLERY, Mary
    MOLONEY, Alan
    Music composerMcKEON, Stephen
    CastDavid Wilmot (Dr. Ed Costello), Aisling O'Sullivan (Dr. Cathy Costello), Norma Sheahan (Fiona McColgan), Lorraine Pilkington (Susie Cassidy), Gary Lydon (Patrick Murray), Dominic Mafham (Dan Woodhouse), Amy Huberman (Daisy O'Callaghan), Gertrude Montgomery (Aine Flanagan), Rachael Pilkington (Keelin Geraghty), Geraldine Plunkett (Mrs. Fleming), Chris O'Dowd (Brendan Davenport), Sam Corry (Alex/Chris Walsh), Eva Bartley (Polly), Ruth Bradley (Moya Cassidy), Lynn Cahill (Julie Collins), Virginia Cole (Mrs. Dolan), Daragh Corcoran (Maloney Brother), Mark Corcoran (Maloney brat), Cotchie D'Arcy (Mrs. Flynn), Brian Doherty (Trevor Dunne), Phelim Drew (Gerry), Sean Flanagan (Sean Connell), Peter Halpin (Fergus Doran), Rory Keenan (Michael), Ruth McCabe (Maria Geraghty), Oonagh Montague (Mrs. Maloney), Chris Newman (Tommy Geraghty), Tatiana Ouliankina (Natalia Riabushkin), Denis Tuohy (Bill Dawson).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    SoundDolby Digital
    Duration55
    Release date2003
    TX channelRTE 1
    TX date09/11/2003
    CopyRTE
    SummaryDrama series set in a Dublin clinic.
    NoteThe director and scriptwriters listed above are collectively listed as per series. Each worked on worked on individual episodes.
    RTE guide vol27
    Production creditsp.c.: Parallel Film Productions Ltd., Radio Telefís Eireann (RTE), spon: Aer Lingus, p: Clíona Ní Bhuachalla, co-p: Orla Bleahen-Melvin, Lilie Ferrari, d: Liam Cunningham, Lisa Mulcahy, Declan Recks, sc: Orla Bleahen-Melvin, Lilie Ferrari (creators), Judy Lunny, John Moloney, Paul Walker, Ali White, exec.p.: Mary Callery, Alan Moloney, dop: Cedric Culliton, ed: Gareth Young, s: Karl Merren, m: Stephen McKeon, cost: Maeve Paterson, Judith Williams, p. dsgn.: Fiona Daly, set decoration: Sheelagh Power, cast: Amy Rowan, make-up: Joni Galvin, a.make-up: Lucy Browne, hair: Eileen Doyle, a.hair.: Michael Devanney, p.m.: Jim Duggan, Mick Walsh, s.ed.: Niall Brady, Nicky Moss, spec. effs.: Jim Brady, Conor Coughlan, James Paradis, stunts: Dominick Hewitt, Donal O'Farrell.
    Art directionPOWER, Sheelagh
    Costume designPATERSON, Maeve
    WILLIAMS, Judith
    Production designDALY, Fiona
    Genre/CategoryTV Drama Series

    Series/Newsreel titleCLINIC, THE
    Production companyParallel Film Productions Ltd
    Radio Telefís Éireann/RTE
    SponsorAer Lingus
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerNÍ BHUACHALLA, Clíona
    DirectorCUNNINGHAM, Liam
    MULCAHY, Lisa
    RECKS, Declan
    Script/AdaptationBLEAHEN-MELVIN, Orla
    FERRARI, Lilie
    LUNNY, Judy
    MOLONEY, John
    WALKER, Paul
    WHITE, Ali
    PhotographyCULLITON, Cedric
    Sound recordingMERREN, Karl
    EditingYOUNG, Gareth
    Executive producerCALLERY, Mary
    MOLONEY, Alan
    Music composerMcKEON, Stephen
    CastDavid Wilmot (Dr. Ed Costello), Aisling O'Sullivan (Dr. Cathy Costello), Norma Sheahan (Fiona McColgan), Lorraine Pilkington (Susie Cassidy), Gary Lydon (Patrick Murray), Dominic Mafham (Dan Woodhouse), Amy Huberman (Daisy O'Callaghan), Gertrude Montgomery (Aine Flanagan), Rachael Pilkington (Keelin Geraghty), Geraldine Plunkett (Mrs. Fleming), Chris O'Dowd (Brendan Davenport), Sam Corry (Alex/Chris Walsh), Mejhola Adebayo (Grace), Eva Bartley (Polly), Ruth Bradley (Moya Cassidy), Paraic Breathnach (Mr. Colgan), Michelle Fairley (Shirley), Sean Flanagan (Sean Connell), Rory Keenan (Michael), Ruth McCabe (Maria Geraghty), Ger Ryan (Ann Connell), Olivia Shanley (Mrs. Considine), Jude Sweeney (Anthony).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    SoundDolby Digital
    Duration55
    Release date2003
    TX channelRTE 1
    TX date16/11/2003
    CopyRTE
    SummaryDrama series set in a Dublin clinic.
    NoteThe director and scriptwriters listed above are collectively listed as per series. Each worked on worked on individual episodes.
    RTE guide vol27
    Production creditsp.c.: Parallel Film Productions Ltd., Radio Telefís Eireann (RTE), spon: Aer Lingus, p: Clíona Ní Bhuachalla, co-p: Orla Bleahen-Melvin, Lilie Ferrari, d: Liam Cunningham, Lisa Mulcahy, Declan Recks, sc: Orla Bleahen-Melvin, Lilie Ferrari (creators), Judy Lunny, John Moloney, Paul Walker, Ali White, exec.p.: Mary Callery, Alan Moloney, dop: Cedric Culliton, ed: Gareth Young, s: Karl Merren, m: Stephen McKeon, cost: Maeve Paterson, Judith Williams, p. dsgn.: Fiona Daly, set decoration: Sheelagh Power, cast: Amy Rowan, make-up: Joni Galvin, a.make-up: Lucy Browne, hair: Eileen Doyle, a.hair.: Michael Devanney, p.m.: Jim Duggan, Mick Walsh, s.ed.: Niall Brady, Nicky Moss, spec. effs.: Jim Brady, Conor Coughlan, James Paradis, stunts: Dominick Hewitt, Donal O'Farrell.
    Art directionPOWER, Sheelagh
    Costume designPATERSON, Maeve
    WILLIAMS, Judith
    Production designDALY, Fiona
    Genre/CategoryTV Drama Series

    Series/Newsreel titleCLINIC, THE
    Production companyParallel Film Productions Ltd
    Radio Telefís Éireann/RTE
    SponsorAer Lingus
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerNÍ BHUACHALLA, Clíona
    DirectorCUNNINGHAM, Liam
    MULCAHY, Lisa
    RECKS, Declan
    Script/AdaptationBLEAHEN-MELVIN, Orla
    FERRARI, Lilie
    LUNNY, Judy
    MOLONEY, John
    WALKER, Paul
    WHITE, Ali
    PhotographyCULLITON, Cedric
    Sound recordingMERREN, Karl
    EditingYOUNG, Gareth
    Executive producerCALLERY, Mary
    MOLONEY, Alan
    Music composerMcKEON, Stephen
    CastDavid Wilmot (Dr. Ed Costello), Aisling O'Sullivan (Dr. Cathy Costello), Norma Sheahan (Fiona McColgan), Lorraine Pilkington (Susie Cassidy), Gary Lydon (Patrick Murray), Dominic Mafham (Dan Woodhouse), Amy Huberman (Daisy O'Callaghan), Gertrude Montgomery (Aine Flanagan), Rachael Pilkington (Keelin Geraghty), Geraldine Plunkett (Mrs. Fleming), Chris O'Dowd (Brendan Davenport), Sam Corry (Alex/Chris Walsh), Barbara Adair (old woman), Eva Bartley (Polly), Ruth Bradley (Moya Cassidy), Sabina Brennan (nervy young woman), Liam Carney (Mr. Callan), Emma Colohan (Allanah Geraghty), Neilí Conroy (Sorcha Geraghty), Sean Flanagan (Sean Connell), Rory Keenan (Michael), Garrett Keogh (Michael Geraghty), Enda Kilroy (disgruntled man), Ian McElhinney (Joseph McGarry), Chris Newman (Tommy Geraghty), Regan O'Brien (nurse), Simon O'Gorman (Billy Flanagan), Saoirse Ronan (Rhiannon Geraghty), Jake Williams (Barry Geraghty).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    SoundDolby Digital
    Duration55
    Release date2003
    TX channelRTE 1
    TX date23/11/2003
    CopyRTE
    SummaryDrama series set in a Dublin clinic.
    NoteThe director and scriptwriters listed above are collectively listed as per series. Each worked on worked on individual episodes.
    RTE guide vol27
    Production creditsp.c.: Parallel Film Productions Ltd., Radio Telefís Eireann (RTE), spon: Aer Lingus, p: Clíona Ní Bhuachalla, co-p: Orla Bleahen-Melvin, Lilie Ferrari, d: Liam Cunningham, Lisa Mulcahy, Declan Recks, sc: Orla Bleahen-Melvin, Lilie Ferrari (creators), Judy Lunny, John Moloney, Paul Walker, Ali White, exec.p.: Mary Callery, Alan Moloney, dop: Cedric Culliton, ed: Gareth Young, s: Karl Merren, m: Stephen McKeon, cost: Maeve Paterson, Judith Williams, p. dsgn.: Fiona Daly, set decoration: Sheelagh Power, cast: Amy Rowan, make-up: Joni Galvin, a.make-up: Lucy Browne, hair: Eileen Doyle, a.hair.: Michael Devanney, p.m.: Jim Duggan, Mick Walsh, s.ed.: Niall Brady, Nicky Moss, spec. effs.: Jim Brady, Conor Coughlan, James Paradis, stunts: Dominick Hewitt, Donal O'Farrell.
    Art directionPOWER, Sheelagh
    Costume designPATERSON, Maeve
    WILLIAMS, Judith
    Production designDALY, Fiona
    Genre/CategoryTV Drama Series

    Series/Newsreel titleCLINIC, THE
    Production companyParallel Film Productions Ltd
    Radio Telefís Éireann/RTE
    SponsorAer Lingus
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerNÍ BHUACHALLA, Clíona
    Script/AdaptationBLEAHEN-MELVIN, Orla
    FERRARI, Lilie
    GILFILLAN, Kathy
    HARMON, Ken
    PhotographyCULLITON, Cedric
    Sound recordingMERREN, Karl
    EditingSTEPHENSON, Isobel
    YOUNG, Gareth
    Executive producerCALLERY, Mary
    MOLONEY, Alan
    Music composerMcKEON, Stephen
    CastDavid Wilmot (Dr. Ed Costello), Aisling O'Sullivan (Dr. Cathy Costello), Norma Sheahan (Fiona McColgan), Gary Lydon (Patrick Murray), Dominic Mafham (Dan Woodhouse), Amy Huberman (Daisy O'Callaghan), Gertrude Montgomery (Aine Flanagan), Rachael Pilkington (Keelin Geraghty), Geraldine Plunkett (Mrs. Fleming), Leigh Arnold (Dr. Clodagh Delaney), Chris O'Dowd (Brendan Davenport), Sam Corry (Alex/Chris Walsh), Brid Brennan (Sheila McNamara), Jane Brennan (Maeve's mother), Guy Carleton (therapist), Liam Hourican (Barry Reilly), Des Keogh (Tommy McNamara), Orla O'Rourke (Sinéad Kelly), Jane Valentine (Maeve Dolan).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    SoundDolby Digital
    Duration55
    Release date2004
    TX channelRTE 1
    TX date17/10/2004
    CopyRTE
    SummaryDrama series set in a Dublin clinic.
    NoteThe director and scriptwriters listed above are collectively listed as per series. Each worked on worked on individual episodes.
    RTE guide vol27
    Production creditsp.c.: Parallel Film Productions Ltd., Radio Telefís Eireann (RTE), spon: Aer Lingus, p: Clíona Ní Bhuachalla, co-p: Orla Bleahen-Melvin, Lilie Ferrari, d: ?, sc: Orla Bleahen-Melvin, Lilie Ferrari (creators), Kathy Gilfillan, Ken Harmon, exec.p.: Mary Callery, Alan Moloney, dop: Cedric Culliton, ed: Isobel Stephenson, Gareth Young, s: Karl Merren, m: Stephen McKeon, cost: Maeve Paterson, Judith Williams, p. dsgn.: Fiona Daly, set decoration: Sheelagh Power, cast: Amy Rowan, make-up: Joni Galvin, a.make-up: Lucy Browne, hair: Eileen Doyle, a.hair.: Michael Devanney, p.m.: Jim Duggan, Mick Walsh, s.ed.: Niall Brady, Nicky Moss, spec. effs.: Jim Brady, Conor Coughlan, James Paradis, stunts: Dominick Hewitt, Donal O'Farrell.
    Art directionPOWER, Sheelagh
    Costume designPATERSON, Maeve
    WILLIAMS, Judith
    Production designDALY, Fiona
    Genre/CategoryTV Drama Series

    Series/Newsreel titleCLINIC, THE
    Production companyParallel Film Productions Ltd
    Radio Telefís Éireann/RTE
    SponsorAer Lingus
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerNÍ BHUACHALLA, Clíona
    Script/AdaptationBLEAHEN-MELVIN, Orla
    FERRARI, Lilie
    GILFILLAN, Kathy
    HARMON, Ken
    PhotographyCULLITON, Cedric
    Sound recordingMERREN, Karl
    EditingSTEPHENSON, Isobel
    YOUNG, Gareth
    Executive producerCALLERY, Mary
    MOLONEY, Alan
    Music composerMcKEON, Stephen
    CastDavid Wilmot (Dr. Ed Costello), Aisling O'Sullivan (Dr. Cathy Costello), Norma Sheahan (Fiona McColgan), Gary Lydon (Patrick Murray), Dominic Mafham (Dan Woodhouse), Amy Huberman (Daisy O'Callaghan), Gertrude Montgomery (Aine Flanagan), Rachael Pilkington (Keelin Geraghty), Geraldine Plunkett (Mrs. Fleming), Leigh Arnold (Dr. Clodagh Delaney), Chris O'Dowd (Brendan Davenport), Sam Corry (Alex/Chris Walsh), Barbara Adair (Mrs. Stapleton), Jane Brennan (Maeve's mother), Brian Doherty (Trevor), Alexander Downes (David Penrose), Louise Lennon (estate agent), Anna Manahan (Brendan's nan), John Jeffrey Rolle (doctor), Britta Smith (Mrs. Clarke), Niall Toibin (Dr. Paul O'Callaghan), Jane Valentine (Maeve Dolan).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    SoundDolby Digital
    Duration55
    Release date2004
    TX channelRTE 1
    TX date24/10/2004
    CopyRTE
    SummaryDrama series set in a Dublin clinic.
    NoteThe director and scriptwriters listed above are collectively listed as per series. Each worked on worked on individual episodes.
    RTE guide vol27
    Production creditsp.c.: Parallel Film Productions Ltd., Radio Telefís Eireann (RTE), spon: Aer Lingus, p: Clíona Ní Bhuachalla, co-p: Orla Bleahen-Melvin, Lilie Ferrari, d: ?, sc: Orla Bleahen-Melvin, Lilie Ferrari (creators), Kathy Gilfillan, Ken Harmon, exec.p.: Mary Callery, Alan Moloney, dop: Cedric Culliton, ed: Isobel Stephenson, Gareth Young, s: Karl Merren, m: Stephen McKeon, cost: Maeve Paterson, Judith Williams, p. dsgn.: Fiona Daly, set decoration: Sheelagh Power, cast: Amy Rowan, make-up: Joni Galvin, a.make-up: Lucy Browne, hair: Eileen Doyle, a.hair.: Michael Devanney, p.m.: Jim Duggan, Mick Walsh, s.ed.: Niall Brady, Nicky Moss, spec. effs.: Jim Brady, Conor Coughlan, James Paradis, stunts: Dominick Hewitt, Donal O'Farrell.
    Art directionPOWER, Sheelagh
    Costume designPATERSON, Maeve
    WILLIAMS, Judith
    Production designDALY, Fiona
    Genre/CategoryTV Drama Series

    Series/Newsreel titleCLINIC, THE
    Production companyParallel Film Productions Ltd
    Radio Telefís Éireann/RTE
    SponsorAer Lingus
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerNÍ BHUACHALLA, Clíona
    Script/AdaptationBLEAHEN-MELVIN, Orla
    FERRARI, Lilie
    GILFILLAN, Kathy
    HARMON, Ken
    PhotographyCULLITON, Cedric
    Sound recordingMERREN, Karl
    EditingSTEPHENSON, Isobel
    YOUNG, Gareth
    Executive producerCALLERY, Mary
    MOLONEY, Alan
    Music composerMcKEON, Stephen
    CastDavid Wilmot (Dr. Ed Costello), Aisling O'Sullivan (Dr. Cathy Costello), Norma Sheahan (Fiona McColgan), Gary Lydon (Patrick Murray), Dominic Mafham (Dan Woodhouse), Amy Huberman (Daisy O'Callaghan), Gertrude Montgomery (Aine Flanagan), Rachael Pilkington (Keelin Geraghty), Geraldine Plunkett (Mrs. Fleming), Leigh Arnold (Dr. Clodagh Delaney), Chris O'Dowd (Brendan Davenport), Sam Corry (Alex/Chris Walsh), Fiona Brennan (hospital nurse), Lesley Conroy (Kathleen Roche), Ned Dennehy (Phelim O'Brien), Keith Duffy (Paul Dunne), Aidan Kelly (Dermot Fleming), Grace-Anne Kelly (Janice Neville), Anna Manahan (Brendan's nan), Fergal McElherron (Dr. Jordan), Jimmy O'Byrne (Mr. Neville), Orla O'Rourke (Sinéad Kelly), Rebecca Smith (Gemma Beacham), Vincent Smith (Mr. O'Reilly), Niall Toibin (Dr. Paul O'Callaghan).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    SoundDolby Digital
    Duration55
    Release date2004
    TX channelRTE 1
    TX date31/10/2004
    CopyRTE
    SummaryDrama series set in a Dublin clinic.
    NoteThe director and scriptwriters listed above are collectively listed as per series. Each worked on worked on individual episodes.
    RTE guide vol27
    Production creditsp.c.: Parallel Film Productions Ltd., Radio Telefís Eireann (RTE), spon: Aer Lingus, p: Clíona Ní Bhuachalla, co-p: Orla Bleahen-Melvin, Lilie Ferrari, d: ?, sc: Orla Bleahen-Melvin, Lilie Ferrari (creators), Kathy Gilfillan, Ken Harmon, exec.p.: Mary Callery, Alan Moloney, dop: Cedric Culliton, ed: Isobel Stephenson, Gareth Young, s: Karl Merren, m: Stephen McKeon, cost: Maeve Paterson, Judith Williams, p. dsgn.: Fiona Daly, set decoration: Sheelagh Power, cast: Amy Rowan, make-up: Joni Galvin, a.make-up: Lucy Browne, hair: Eileen Doyle, a.hair.: Michael Devanney, p.m.: Jim Duggan, Mick Walsh, s.ed.: Niall Brady, Nicky Moss, spec. effs.: Jim Brady, Conor Coughlan, James Paradis, stunts: Dominick Hewitt, Donal O'Farrell.
    Art directionPOWER, Sheelagh
    Costume designPATERSON, Maeve
    WILLIAMS, Judith
    Production designDALY, Fiona
    Genre/CategoryTV Drama Series

    Series/Newsreel titleCLINIC, THE
    Production companyParallel Film Productions Ltd
    Radio Telefís Éireann/RTE
    SponsorAer Lingus
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerNÍ BHUACHALLA, Clíona
    Script/AdaptationBLEAHEN-MELVIN, Orla
    FERRARI, Lilie
    GILFILLAN, Kathy
    HARMON, Ken
    PhotographyCULLITON, Cedric
    Sound recordingMERREN, Karl
    EditingSTEPHENSON, Isobel
    YOUNG, Gareth
    Executive producerCALLERY, Mary
    MOLONEY, Alan
    Music composerMcKEON, Stephen
    CastDavid Wilmot (Dr. Ed Costello), Aisling O'Sullivan (Dr. Cathy Costello), Norma Sheahan (Fiona McColgan), Gary Lydon (Patrick Murray), Dominic Mafham (Dan Woodhouse), Amy Huberman (Daisy O'Callaghan), Gertrude Montgomery (Aine Flanagan), Rachael Pilkington (Keelin Geraghty), Geraldine Plunkett (Mrs. Fleming), Leigh Arnold (Dr. Clodagh Delaney), Chris O'Dowd (Brendan Davenport), Sam Corry (Alex/Chris Walsh), Barbara Adair (Mrs. Stapleton), Sarah Bolger (Janie Quinn), Sarah Burke (Helen), Lesley Conroy (Kathleen Roche), Denis Conway (Liam Quinn), Keith Duffy (Paul Dunne), Berts Folan (Dada Carroll), Luke Griffin (Niall Gallagher), Aidan Kelly (Dermot Fleming), Garrett Keogh (Martin Geraghty), Enda Kilroy (Mr. Campbell), Deirdre O'Kane (Rosie Quinn), Saoirse Ronan (Rhiannon Geraghty), Jake Williams (Barry Geraghty).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    SoundDolby Digital
    Duration55
    Release date2004
    TX channelRTE 1
    TX date07/11/2004
    CopyRTE
    SummaryDrama series set in a Dublin clinic.
    NoteThe director and scriptwriters listed above are collectively listed as per series. Each worked on worked on individual episodes.
    RTE guide vol27
    Production creditsp.c.: Parallel Film Productions Ltd., Radio Telefís Eireann (RTE), spon: Aer Lingus, p: Clíona Ní Bhuachalla, co-p: Orla Bleahen-Melvin, Lilie Ferrari, d: ?, sc: Orla Bleahen-Melvin, Lilie Ferrari (creators), Kathy Gilfillan, Ken Harmon, exec.p.: Mary Callery, Alan Moloney, dop: Cedric Culliton, ed: Isobel Stephenson, Gareth Young, s: Karl Merren, m: Stephen McKeon, cost: Maeve Paterson, Judith Williams, p. dsgn.: Fiona Daly, set decoration: Sheelagh Power, cast: Amy Rowan, make-up: Joni Galvin, a.make-up: Lucy Browne, hair: Eileen Doyle, a.hair.: Michael Devanney, p.m.: Jim Duggan, Mick Walsh, s.ed.: Niall Brady, Nicky Moss, spec. effs.: Jim Brady, Conor Coughlan, James Paradis, stunts: Dominick Hewitt, Donal O'Farrell.
    Art directionPOWER, Sheelagh
    Costume designPATERSON, Maeve
    WILLIAMS, Judith
    Production designDALY, Fiona
    Genre/CategoryTV Drama Series

    Series/Newsreel titleCLINIC, THE
    Production companyParallel Film Productions Ltd
    Radio Telefís Éireann/RTE
    SponsorAer Lingus
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerNÍ BHUACHALLA, Clíona
    Script/AdaptationBLEAHEN-MELVIN, Orla
    FERRARI, Lilie
    GILFILLAN, Kathy
    HARMON, Ken
    PhotographyCULLITON, Cedric
    Sound recordingMERREN, Karl
    EditingSTEPHENSON, Isobel
    YOUNG, Gareth
    Executive producerCALLERY, Mary
    MOLONEY, Alan
    Music composerMcKEON, Stephen
    CastDavid Wilmot (Dr. Ed Costello), Aisling O'Sullivan (Dr. Cathy Costello), Norma Sheahan (Fiona McColgan), Gary Lydon (Patrick Murray), Dominic Mafham (Dan Woodhouse), Amy Huberman (Daisy O'Callaghan), Gertrude Montgomery (Aine Flanagan), Rachael Pilkington (Keelin Geraghty), Geraldine Plunkett (Mrs. Fleming), Leigh Arnold (Dr. Clodagh Delaney), Chris O'Dowd (Brendan Davenport), Sam Corry (Alex/Chris Walsh), Denis Conway (Liam Quinn), Gerry Crossan (Mr. Winston), Aidan Kelly (Dermot Fleming), Aoife McMahon (Sharon Lovett), Deirdre O'Kane (Rosie Quinn), Orla O'Rourke (Sinéad Kelly), Niall Toibin (Dr. Paul O'Callaghan).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    SoundDolby Digital
    Duration55
    Release date2004
    TX channelRTE 1
    TX date14/11/2004
    CopyRTE
    SummaryDrama series set in a Dublin clinic.
    NoteThe director and scriptwriters listed above are collectively listed as per series. Each worked on worked on individual episodes.
    RTE guide vol27
    Production creditsp.c.: Parallel Film Productions Ltd., Radio Telefís Eireann (RTE), spon: Aer Lingus, p: Clíona Ní Bhuachalla, co-p: Orla Bleahen-Melvin, Lilie Ferrari, d: ?, sc: Orla Bleahen-Melvin, Lilie Ferrari (creators), Kathy Gilfillan, Ken Harmon, exec.p.: Mary Callery, Alan Moloney, dop: Cedric Culliton, ed: Isobel Stephenson, Gareth Young, s: Karl Merren, m: Stephen McKeon, cost: Maeve Paterson, Judith Williams, p. dsgn.: Fiona Daly, set decoration: Sheelagh Power, cast: Amy Rowan, make-up: Joni Galvin, a.make-up: Lucy Browne, hair: Eileen Doyle, a.hair.: Michael Devanney, p.m.: Jim Duggan, Mick Walsh, s.ed.: Niall Brady, Nicky Moss, spec. effs.: Jim Brady, Conor Coughlan, James Paradis, stunts: Dominick Hewitt, Donal O'Farrell.
    Art directionPOWER, Sheelagh
    Costume designPATERSON, Maeve
    WILLIAMS, Judith
    Production designDALY, Fiona
    Genre/CategoryTV Drama Series

    Series/Newsreel titleCLINIC, THE
    Production companyParallel Film Productions Ltd
    Radio Telefís Éireann/RTE
    SponsorAer Lingus
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerNÍ BHUACHALLA, Clíona
    Script/AdaptationBLEAHEN-MELVIN, Orla
    FERRARI, Lilie
    GILFILLAN, Kathy
    HARMON, Ken
    PhotographyCULLITON, Cedric
    Sound recordingMERREN, Karl
    EditingSTEPHENSON, Isobel
    YOUNG, Gareth
    Executive producerCALLERY, Mary
    MOLONEY, Alan
    Music composerMcKEON, Stephen
    CastDavid Wilmot (Dr. Ed Costello), Aisling O'Sullivan (Dr. Cathy Costello), Norma Sheahan (Fiona McColgan), Gary Lydon (Patrick Murray), Dominic Mafham (Dan Woodhouse), Amy Huberman (Daisy O'Callaghan), Gertrude Montgomery (Aine Flanagan), Rachael Pilkington (Keelin Geraghty), Geraldine Plunkett (Mrs. Fleming), Leigh Arnold (Dr. Clodagh Delaney), Chris O'Dowd (Brendan Davenport), Sam Corry (Alex/Chris Walsh), Sarah Bolger (Janey Quinn), Denis Conway (Liam Quinn), Ian Cregg (Jimmy), Jeananne Crowley (Virginia Delaney), Luke Griffin (Niall Gallagher), Jim Murray (Darren Murphy), Deirdre O'Kane (Rosie Quinn), Orla O'Rourke (Sinead Kelly), Alan Smyth (Brian Mooney).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    SoundDolby Digital
    Duration55
    Release date2004
    TX channelRTE 1
    TX date21/11/2004
    CopyRTE
    SummaryDrama series set in a Dublin clinic.
    NoteThe director and scriptwriters listed above are collectively listed as per series. Each worked on worked on individual episodes.
    RTE guide vol27
    Production creditsp.c.: Parallel Film Productions Ltd., Radio Telefís Eireann (RTE), spon: Aer Lingus, p: Clíona Ní Bhuachalla, co-p: Orla Bleahen-Melvin, Lilie Ferrari, d: ?, sc: Orla Bleahen-Melvin, Lilie Ferrari (creators), Kathy Gilfillan, Ken Harmon, exec.p.: Mary Callery, Alan Moloney, dop: Cedric Culliton, ed: Isobel Stephenson, Gareth Young, s: Karl Merren, m: Stephen McKeon, cost: Maeve Paterson, Judith Williams, p. dsgn.: Fiona Daly, set decoration: Sheelagh Power, cast: Amy Rowan, make-up: Joni Galvin, a.make-up: Lucy Browne, hair: Eileen Doyle, a.hair.: Michael Devanney, p.m.: Jim Duggan, Mick Walsh, s.ed.: Niall Brady, Nicky Moss, spec. effs.: Jim Brady, Conor Coughlan, James Paradis, stunts: Dominick Hewitt, Donal O'Farrell.
    Art directionPOWER, Sheelagh
    Costume designPATERSON, Maeve
    WILLIAMS, Judith
    Production designDALY, Fiona
    Genre/CategoryTV Drama Series

    Series/Newsreel titleCLINIC, THE
    Production companyParallel Film Productions Ltd
    Radio Telefís Éireann/RTE
    SponsorAer Lingus
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerNÍ BHUACHALLA, Clíona
    Script/AdaptationBLEAHEN-MELVIN, Orla
    FERRARI, Lilie
    GILFILLAN, Kathy
    HARMON, Ken
    PhotographyCULLITON, Cedric
    Sound recordingMERREN, Karl
    EditingSTEPHENSON, Isobel
    YOUNG, Gareth
    Executive producerCALLERY, Mary
    MOLONEY, Alan
    Music composerMcKEON, Stephen
    CastDavid Wilmot (Dr. Ed Costello), Aisling O'Sullivan (Dr. Cathy Costello), Norma Sheahan (Fiona McColgan), Gary Lydon (Patrick Murray), Dominic Mafham (Dan Woodhouse), Amy Huberman (Daisy O'Callaghan), Gertrude Montgomery (Aine Flanagan), Rachael Pilkington (Keelin Geraghty), Geraldine Plunkett (Mrs. Fleming), Leigh Arnold (Dr. Clodagh Delaney), Chris O'Dowd (Brendan Davenport), Sam Corry (Alex/Chris Walsh), Rachel Boland (Jane Smith), Fiona Daly (Mrs. Belton), Mark Doherty (Sean O'Shea), Oisin Donnelly (Alexie O'Shea), Michele Forbes (Maura O'Shea), Bill Hickey (old dote husband), Aonghus Og McAnally (dodgy insurance claim man), Brendan McCormack (Shaymo Connelly), Niamh Molloy (Danielle Connelly), Yvonne Robins (old dote wife), Niamh Sullivan (Mary Murphy).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    SoundDolby Digital
    Duration55
    Release date2004
    TX channelRTE 1
    TX date28/11/2004
    CopyRTE
    SummaryDrama series set in a Dublin clinic.
    NoteThe director and scriptwriters listed above are collectively listed as per series. Each worked on worked on individual episodes.
    RTE guide vol27
    Production creditsp.c.: Parallel Film Productions Ltd., Radio Telefís Eireann (RTE), spon: Aer Lingus, p: Clíona Ní Bhuachalla, co-p: Orla Bleahen-Melvin, Lilie Ferrari, d: ?, sc: Orla Bleahen-Melvin, Lilie Ferrari (creators), Kathy Gilfillan, Ken Harmon, exec.p.: Mary Callery, Alan Moloney, dop: Cedric Culliton, ed: Isobel Stephenson, Gareth Young, s: Karl Merren, m: Stephen McKeon, cost: Maeve Paterson, Judith Williams, p. dsgn.: Fiona Daly, set decoration: Sheelagh Power, cast: Amy Rowan, make-up: Joni Galvin, a.make-up: Lucy Browne, hair: Eileen Doyle, a.hair.: Michael Devanney, p.m.: Jim Duggan, Mick Walsh, s.ed.: Niall Brady, Nicky Moss, spec. effs.: Jim Brady, Conor Coughlan, James Paradis, stunts: Dominick Hewitt, Donal O'Farrell.
    Art directionPOWER, Sheelagh
    Costume designPATERSON, Maeve
    WILLIAMS, Judith
    Production designDALY, Fiona
    Genre/CategoryTV Drama Series

    Series/Newsreel titleCLINIC, THE
    Production companyParallel Film Productions Ltd
    Radio Telefís Éireann/RTE
    SponsorAer Lingus
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerNÍ BHUACHALLA, Clíona
    Script/AdaptationBLEAHEN-MELVIN, Orla
    FERRARI, Lilie
    GILFILLAN, Kathy
    HARMON, Ken
    PhotographyCULLITON, Cedric
    Sound recordingMERREN, Karl
    EditingSTEPHENSON, Isobel
    YOUNG, Gareth
    Executive producerCALLERY, Mary
    MOLONEY, Alan
    Music composerMcKEON, Stephen
    CastDavid Wilmot (Dr. Ed Costello), Aisling O'Sullivan (Dr. Cathy Costello), Norma Sheahan (Fiona McColgan), Gary Lydon (Patrick Murray), Dominic Mafham (Dan Woodhouse), Amy Huberman (Daisy O'Callaghan), Gertrude Montgomery (Aine Flanagan), Rachael Pilkington (Keelin Geraghty), Geraldine Plunkett (Mrs. Fleming), Leigh Arnold (Dr. Clodagh Delaney), Chris O'Dowd (Brendan Davenport), Sam Corry (Alex/Chris Walsh), Noelle Brown (Mrs. Gleeson), Eileen Byrne (Mrs. Gogarty), Niamh Daly (Karen), Bronagh Gallagher (Lisa), Luke Griffin (Niall Gallagher), Paul Harris (Jack), Abigail Iversen (Sharon Gleeson), Allan Keating (treadmill man), Maire O'Neill (Mrs. Ryan), Orla O'Rourke (Sinead Kelly), Niall Toibin (Dr. Paul O'Callaghan).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    SoundDolby Digital
    Duration55
    Release date2004
    TX channelRTE 1
    TX date05/12/2004
    CopyRTE
    SummaryDrama series set in a Dublin clinic.
    NoteThe director and scriptwriters listed above are collectively listed as per series. Each worked on worked on individual episodes.
    RTE guide vol27
    Production creditsp.c.: Parallel Film Productions Ltd., Radio Telefís Eireann (RTE), spon: Aer Lingus, p: Clíona Ní Bhuachalla, co-p: Orla Bleahen-Melvin, Lilie Ferrari, d: ?, sc: Orla Bleahen-Melvin, Lilie Ferrari (creators), Kathy Gilfillan, Ken Harmon, exec.p.: Mary Callery, Alan Moloney, dop: Cedric Culliton, ed: Isobel Stephenson, Gareth Young, s: Karl Merren, m: Stephen McKeon, cost: Maeve Paterson, Judith Williams, p. dsgn.: Fiona Daly, set decoration: Sheelagh Power, cast: Amy Rowan, make-up: Joni Galvin, a.make-up: Lucy Browne, hair: Eileen Doyle, a.hair.: Michael Devanney, p.m.: Jim Duggan, Mick Walsh, s.ed.: Niall Brady, Nicky Moss, spec. effs.: Jim Brady, Conor Coughlan, James Paradis, stunts: Dominick Hewitt, Donal O'Farrell.
    Art directionPOWER, Sheelagh
    Costume designPATERSON, Maeve
    WILLIAMS, Judith
    Production designDALY, Fiona
    Genre/CategoryTV Drama Series

    Series/Newsreel titleCLINIC, THE
    Production companyParallel Film Productions Ltd
    Radio Telefís Éireann/RTE
    SponsorOpel
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerBLEAHEN-MELVIN, Orla
    DirectorRECKS, Declan
    Script/AdaptationBLEAHEN-MELVIN, Orla
    FERRARI, Lilie
    McKENZIE, Lauren
    PhotographyCULLITON, Cedric
    Sound recordingMERREN, Karl
    EditingYOUNG, Gareth
    Executive producerCALLERY, Mary
    GOGAN, Jane
    Music composerMcKEON, Stephen
    CastGertrude Montgomery (Aine Flanagan), Simon O'Gorman (Billy Flanagan), Milo Sampson (Tommy Flanagan), Aisling O'Sullivan (Dr. Cathy Costello), Ruth Sheeran (agency nurse), Dawn Bradfield (Ciara Madigan), Amy Huberman (Daisy O'Callaghan), Leigh Arnold (Clodagh Delaney), Dominic Mafham (Dan Woodhouse), Gemma Craven (Dr. Julia Brady), Gary Lydon (Patrick Murray), Vincent Patrick (Jack Laverty), Rachel Pilkington (Keelin Geraghty), Dermod Lynskey (Mr. McNamara), Anthony Brophy (Simon Andrews), Sharon Mannion (young mother), Fiona Browne (temp receptionist), Glynnis Casson (Mrs. McNulty), Emmet Bergin (Frederick Delaney), Susannah De Wrixon (Michelle Regan), Thomas Fitzgerald (Ruari Regan), Kiernan Fitzgerald (Fintan Regan), Roisin Bradley (Rhiannon Geraghty), Tom O'Suilleabhain (Ronan Donoghue), Anne Marie Horan (creche attendent).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    SoundDolby Digital
    Duration55
    Release date2006
    TX channelRTE 1
    TX date08/10/2006
    CopyRTE
    SummaryNew series. Drama series set in a Dublin clinic. The practitioners of Clarence St Clinic are once again in crisis. Aine is finding it increasingly difficult to cope with her son and reacts in an unpredictable way. Cathy intentionally keeps Julia waiting for their meeting - but meanwhile, Dan invites Julia to dinner and persuades her into taking a more permanent position at the clinic.
    RTE guide vol27
    Production credits1st a.d.: Bill Kirk, p.accnt: Niall Delaney, loc.m.: Dermot Cleary, asst loc.m.: Steven Davenport, 2nd a.d.: Catherine Dunne, 3rd a.d.: Aoife Thunder, p.co-ord: Susan Holmes, a.p.co-ord: Laura McGuirk, a.accnt: Emer Fitzpatrick, trans.capt: Paul Cullen, facilities.m: Junior Farrell, sc.super: Laerke Sigfred Pedersen, focus: Simon Culliton, grip: Joe Quigley, Oisin Kelly, s: Karl Merren, boom: Eddie Quinn, art.d.: Ciara O'Donnell, standby.art.d.: Rory Bruen, set dec/buyer: Sheelagh Power, prop.master: Michael Flood, standby.prop: Owen Monahan, Simon Boyd, dress.prop: Max Aita, John Porter, props runaround: Gay Byrne, gaffer: Joe Kerins, best boy: Nial Mannion, generator op: Tony Swan, elec: Brendan Walls, chief make-up: Rosie Blackmore, a.make-up: Liz Byrne, hair: Carol Dunne, ward super: T.K. Lang, ward asst: Wendy Crawford, nurse: Rosaleen Kelly, series sc.ed.: Glen Dolman, sc.ed.: Ma Ashbury, a.sc.ed.: Ruth Carter, sc.researcher: Dee Collier, post.p.super: Michael O'Connell, a.ed.: Olivia Flynn, nonline ed: Dominic Lord, colourist: Eugene McCrystal, titles: Thomas Fitzgerald, super.s.ed.: Jon Stevenson, dial.ed.: Fionan Higgins, s.mix.: David Hamilton Smith. Foley: Andrea King, drama development officer (RTE): Jo Calam, business/legal: Michael Hyland, Conor Sweeney, James Hickey, Ruth Hunter, extracts courtesy RTE, Gaelic footage: GAA, line p.: Patrick O'Donoghue, cast: Carmel O'Connor, cost: Maeve Paterson, ed: Gareth Young, m: Stephen McKeon, dop: Cedric Culleton, exec.p.: Jane Gogan, Mary Callery, p: Orla Bleahen-Melvin, d: Declan Recks.
    Art directionO'DONNELL, Ciara
    Costume designPATERSON, Maeve
    WILLIAMS, Judith
    Genre/CategoryTV Drama Series

    Series/Newsreel titleCLINIC, THE
    Production companyParallel Film Productions Ltd
    Radio Telefís Éireann/RTE
    SponsorOpel
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerBLEAHEN-MELVIN, Orla
    DirectorRECKS, Declan
    Script/AdaptationBLEAHEN-MELVIN, Orla
    FERRARI, Lilie
    McKENZIE, Lauren
    PhotographyCULLITON, Cedric
    Sound recordingMERREN, Karl
    EditingYOUNG, Gareth
    Executive producerCALLERY, Mary
    GOGAN, Jane
    Music composerMcKEON, Stephen
    CastGertrude Montgomery (Aine Flanagan), Simon O’Gorman (Billy Flanagan), Milo Sampson (Tommy Flanagan), Aisling O'Sullivan (Dr. Cathy Costello), Ruth Sheeran (agency nurse), Dawn Bradfield (Ciara Madigan), Amy Huberman (Daisy O’Callaghan), Leigh Arnold (Clodagh Delaney), Dominic Mafham (Dan Woodhouse), Gemma Craven (Dr. Julia Brady), Gary Lydon (Patrick Murray), Vincent Patrick (Jack Laverty), Rachel Pilkington (Keelin Geraghty), Dermod Lynskey (Mr. McNamara), Anthony Brophy (Simon Andrews), Sharon Mannion (young mother), Fiona Browne (temp receptionist), Glynnis Casson (Mrs. McNulty), Emmet Bergin (Frederick Delaney), Susannah De Wrixon (Michelle Regan), Thomas Fitzgerald (Ruari Regan), Kiernan Fitzgerald (Fintan Regan), Roisin Bradley (Rhiannon Geraghty), Tom O’Suilleabhain (Ronan Donoghue), Anne Marie Horan (creche attendent). David Herlihy (Liam Smith)
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    SoundDolby Digital
    Duration55
    Release date2006
    TX channelRTE 1
    TX date15/10/2006
    CopyRTE
    SummaryThe new nurse, Liam Smith, has a disastrous first day on the job. A blood pressure monitor and an insulin injection go wrong - and Cara reveals her complicated love life. Clodagh has a run-in with him but later apologises.
    Production credits1st asst.d.: Bill Kirk, p.accnt: Niall Delaney, loc.m.: Dermot Cleary, asst loc.m.: Steven Davenport, 2nd asst.d.: Catherine Dunne, 3rd asst.d.: Aoife Thunder, p.co-ord: Susan Holmes, asst.p.co-ord: Laura McGuirk, asst.accnt: Emer Fitzpatrick, trans.capt: Paul Cullen, facilities.m: Junior Farrell, sc.super: Laerke Sigfred Pedersen, focus: Simon Culliton, grip: Joe Quigley, Oisin Kelly, s: Karl Merren, boom: Eddie Quinn, art.d.: Ciara O’Donnell, standby.art.d.: Rory Bruen, set dec/buyer: Sheelagh Power, prop.master: Michael Flood, standby.prop: Owen Monahan, Simon Boyd, dress.prop: Max Aita, John Porter, props runaround: Gay Byrne, gaffer: Joe Kerins, best boy: Nial Mannion, generator op: Tony Swan, elec: Brendan Walls, chief make-up: Rosie Blackmore, asst.make-up: Liz Byrne, hair: Carol Dunne, ward super: T.K. Lang, ward asst: Wendy Crawford, nurse: Rosaleen Kelly, series sc.ed.: Glen Dolman, sc.ed.: Ma Ashbury, asst.sc.ed.: Ruth Carter, sc.researcher: Dee Collier, post.p.super: Michael O’Connell, asst.ed.: Olivia Flynn, nonline ed: Dominic Lord, colourist: Eugene McCrystal, titles: Thomas Fitzgerald, super.s.ed.: Jon Stevenson, dial.ed.: Fionan Higgins, s.mix.: David Hamilton Smith. Foley: Andrea King, drama development officer (RTE): Jo Calam, business/legal: Michael Hyland, Conor Sweeney, James Hickey, Ruth Hunter, extracts courtesy RTE, Gaelic footage: GAA, line p.: Patrick O’Donoghue, cast: Carmel O’Connor, cost: Maeve Paterson, ed: Gareth Young, m: Stephen McKeon, dop: Cedric Culleton, exec.p.: Jane Gogan, Mary Callery, p: Orla Bleahen-Melvin.
    Art directionO'DONNELL, Ciara
    Costume designPATERSON, Maeve
    WILLIAMS, Judith
    Genre/CategoryTV Drama Series

    Series/Newsreel titleCLINIC, THE
    Production companyParallel Film Productions Ltd
    Radio Telefís Éireann/RTE
    SponsorOpel
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerBLEAHEN-MELVIN, Orla
    DirectorRECKS, Declan
    Script/AdaptationBLEAHEN-MELVIN, Orla
    FERRARI, Lilie
    McKENZIE, Lauren
    PhotographyCULLITON, Cedric
    Sound recordingMERREN, Karl
    EditingYOUNG, Gareth
    Executive producerCALLERY, Mary
    GOGAN, Jane
    Music composerMcKEON, Stephen
    CastGertrude Montgomery (Aine Flanagan), Simon O’Gorman (Billy Flanagan), Milo Sampson (Tommy Flanagan), Aisling O'Sullivan (Dr. Cathy Costello), Ruth Sheeran (agency nurse), Dawn Bradfield (Ciara Madigan), Amy Huberman (Daisy O’Callaghan), Leigh Arnold (Clodagh Delaney), Dominic Mafham (Dan Woodhouse), Gemma Craven (Dr. Julia Brady), Gary Lydon (Patrick Murray), Vincent Patrick (Jack Laverty), Rachel Pilkington (Keelin Geraghty), Dermod Lynskey (Mr. McNamara), Anthony Brophy (Simon Andrews), Sharon Mannion (young mother), Fiona Browne (temp receptionist), Glynnis Casson (Mrs. McNulty), Emmet Bergin (Frederick Delaney), Susannah De Wrixon (Michelle Regan), Thomas Fitzgerald (Ruari Regan), Kiernan Fitzgerald (Fintan Regan), Roisin Bradley (Rhiannon Geraghty), Tom O’Suilleabhain (Ronan Donoghue), Anne Marie Horan (creche attendent). David Herlihy (Liam Smith)
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    SoundDolby Digital
    Duration55
    Release date2006
    TX channelRTE 1
    TX date22/10/2006
    CopyRTE
    SummaryKeelin and boyfriend Ronan have a crisis in their relationship. Patrick and his client Bernie have a coffee together signaling the possibility of a more serious relationship. Meanwhile, Dan Woodhouse faints after a game of squash. Jack manages to persuade Ann Marie that their wedding should be a quiet affair.
    Production credits1st asst.d.: Bill Kirk, p.accnt: Niall Delaney, loc.m.: Dermot Cleary, asst loc.m.: Steven Davenport, 2nd asst.d.: Catherine Dunne, 3rd asst.d.: Aoife Thunder, p.co-ord: Susan Holmes, asst.p.co-ord: Laura McGuirk, asst.accnt: Emer Fitzpatrick, trans.capt: Paul Cullen, facilities.m: Junior Farrell, sc.super: Laerke Sigfred Pedersen, focus: Simon Culliton, grip: Joe Quigley, Oisin Kelly, s: Karl Merren, boom: Eddie Quinn, art.d.: Ciara O’Donnell, standby.art.d.: Rory Bruen, set dec/buyer: Sheelagh Power, prop.master: Michael Flood, standby.prop: Owen Monahan, Simon Boyd, dress.prop: Max Aita, John Porter, props runaround: Gay Byrne, gaffer: Joe Kerins, best boy: Nial Mannion, generator op: Tony Swan, elec: Brendan Walls, chief make-up: Rosie Blackmore, asst.make-up: Liz Byrne, hair: Carol Dunne, ward super: T.K. Lang, ward asst: Wendy Crawford, nurse: Rosaleen Kelly, series sc.ed.: Glen Dolman, sc.ed.: Ma Ashbury, asst.sc.ed.: Ruth Carter, sc.researcher: Dee Collier, post.p.super: Michael O’Connell, asst.ed.: Olivia Flynn, nonline ed: Dominic Lord, colourist: Eugene McCrystal, titles: Thomas Fitzgerald, super.s.ed.: Jon Stevenson, dial.ed.: Fionan Higgins, s.mix.: David Hamilton Smith. Foley: Andrea King, drama development officer (RTE): Jo Calam, business/legal: Michael Hyland, Conor Sweeney, James Hickey, Ruth Hunter, extracts courtesy RTE, Gaelic footage: GAA, line p.: Patrick O’Donoghue, cast: Carmel O’Connor, cost: Maeve Paterson, ed: Gareth Young, m: Stephen McKeon, dop: Cedric Culleton, exec.p.: Jane Gogan, Mary Callery, sc: Lin Coghlan, p: Orla Bleahen-Melvin, d: Daniel O’Hara.
    Art directionO'DONNELL, Ciara
    Costume designPATERSON, Maeve
    WILLIAMS, Judith
    Genre/CategoryTV Drama Series

    Series/Newsreel titleCLINIC, THE
    Production companyParallel Film Productions Ltd
    Radio Telefís Éireann/RTE
    SponsorOpel
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerBLEAHEN-MELVIN, Orla
    Script/AdaptationBLEAHEN-MELVIN, Orla
    FERRARI, Lilie
    McKENZIE, Lauren
    PhotographyCULLITON, Cedric
    Sound recordingMERREN, Karl
    EditingYOUNG, Gareth
    Executive producerCALLERY, Mary
    GOGAN, Jane
    Music composerMcKEON, Stephen
    CastGertrude Montgomery (Aine Flanagan), Simon O’Gorman (Billy Flanagan), Milo Sampson (Tommy Flanagan), Aisling O'Sullivan (Dr. Cathy Costello), Ruth Sheeran (agency nurse), Dawn Bradfield (Ciara Madigan), Amy Huberman (Daisy O’Callaghan), Leigh Arnold (Clodagh Delaney), Dominic Mafham (Dan Woodhouse), Gemma Craven (Dr. Julia Brady), Gary Lydon (Patrick Murray), Vincent Patrick (Jack Laverty), Rachel Pilkington (Keelin Geraghty), Dermod Lynskey (Mr. McNamara), Anthony Brophy (Simon Andrews), Sharon Mannion (young mother), Fiona Browne (temp receptionist), Glynnis Casson (Mrs. McNulty), Emmet Bergin (Frederick Delaney), Susannah De Wrixon (Michelle Regan), Thomas Fitzgerald (Ruari Regan), Kiernan Fitzgerald (Fintan Regan), Roisin Bradley (Rhiannon Geraghty), Tom O’Suilleabhain (Ronan Donoghue), Anne Marie Horan (creche attendent). David Herlihy (Liam Smith)
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    SoundDolby Digital
    Duration55
    Release date2006
    TX channelRTE 1
    TX date15/10/2006
    CopyRTE
    SummaryNew series. Drama series set in a Dublin clinic. The practitioners of Clarence St Clinic are once again in crisis. The new nurse, Liam Smith, has a disastrous first day on the job. A blood pressure monitor and an insulin injection go wrong - and Cara reveals her complicated love life. Clodagh has a run-in with him but later apologises.
    Production credits1st asst.d.: Bill Kirk, p.accnt: Niall Delaney, loc.m.: Dermot Cleary, asst loc.m.: Steven Davenport, 2nd asst.d.: Catherine Dunne, 3rd asst.d.: Aoife Thunder, p.co-ord: Susan Holmes, asst.p.co-ord: Laura McGuirk, asst.accnt: Emer Fitzpatrick, trans.capt: Paul Cullen, facilities.m: Junior Farrell, sc.super: Laerke Sigfred Pedersen, focus: Simon Culliton, grip: Joe Quigley, Oisin Kelly, s: Karl Merren, boom: Eddie Quinn, art.d.: Ciara O’Donnell, standby.art.d.: Rory Bruen, set dec/buyer: Sheelagh Power, prop.master: Michael Flood, standby.prop: Owen Monahan, Simon Boyd, dress.prop: Max Aita, John Porter, props runaround: Gay Byrne, gaffer: Joe Kerins, best boy: Nial Mannion, generator op: Tony Swan, elec: Brendan Walls, chief make-up: Rosie Blackmore, asst.make-up: Liz Byrne, hair: Carol Dunne, ward super: T.K. Lang, ward asst: Wendy Crawford, nurse: Rosaleen Kelly, series sc.ed.: Glen Dolman, sc.ed.: Ma Ashbury, asst.sc.ed.: Ruth Carter, sc.researcher: Dee Collier, post.p.super: Michael O’Connell, asst.ed.: Olivia Flynn, nonline ed: Dominic Lord, colourist: Eugene McCrystal, titles: Thomas Fitzgerald, super.s.ed.: Jon Stevenson, dial.ed.: Fionan Higgins, s.mix.: David Hamilton Smith. Foley: Andrea King, drama development officer (RTE): Jo Calam, business/legal: Michael Hyland, Conor Sweeney, James Hickey, Ruth Hunter, extracts courtesy RTE, Gaelic footage: GAA, line p.: Patrick O’Donoghue, cast: Carmel O’Connor, cost: Maeve Paterson, ed: Gareth Young, m: Stephen McKeon, dop: Cedric Culleton, exec.p.: Jane Gogan, Mary Callery, p: Orla Bleahen-Melvin.
    Art directionO'DONNELL, Ciara
    Costume designPATERSON, Maeve
    WILLIAMS, Judith
    Genre/CategoryTV Drama Series

    TitleWIND THAT SHAKES THE BARLEY, THE
    Production companySixteen Films Ltd.
    Matador Pictures
    Element Films
    EMC Produktion
    Tornasol Films
    SponsorBórd Scánnán na hEireann/Irish Film Board
    Regent Capital
    UK Film Council
    Filmstiftung Nordrhein-Westfalen
    Cinéart
    TV3 Irish
    Film Coopi
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerO'BRIEN, Rebecca
    MORRIS, Redmond
    DirectorLOACH, Ken
    Script/AdaptationLAVERTY, Paul
    PhotographyACKROYD, Barry
    Sound recordingBECKETT, Ray
    BRAZIER, Kevin
    EditingMORRIS, Johnny
    Executive producerTHOMAS, Nigel
    FELSBERG, Ulrich
    LOWE, Andrew
    TRIJBITS, Paul
    WOODS, Mark
    McCARTHY, Brendan
    Music composerFENTON, George
    Songs'The Wind That Shakes the Barley' (trad), words by Robert Dwyer Joyce; 'Amhrán na bhFiann' (trad), words by Peader Kearney, Patrick Heeney; 'Óro! Sé do Bheatha Bhaile' (trad), words by Pádriac Pearse; 'The Doon Reel' (trad), arranged by the performers.
    CastCillian Murphy (Damien), Padraic Delaney (Teddy), Liam Cunningham (Dan), Orla Fitzgerald (Sinead), Mary Riordan (Peggy), Mary Murphy (Bernadette), Laurence Barry (Micheail), volunteers: Damian Kearney (Finbar), Frank Bourke (Leo), Myles Horgan (Rory), Martin Lucey (Congo), Aidan O'Hare (Steady Boy), Shane Casey (Kevin), John Crean (Chris), Máirtin de Cogain (Seán), Keith Dunphy (Terence), Kieran Hegarty (Francis), Gerard Kearney (Donacha), Shane Nott (Ned), Kevin O'Brien (Tim), Gary McCarthy, Toim O'Mahon, Graham Browne, Owen Buckley, Aidan Fitzpatrick, Vince Hannington, Denis Kelleher, Colin McClery, Finbar O'Mahon, John Quinlan, Peggy Lynch (singer at wake), Noel O'Donovan (station master), Peter O'Mahoney (stoker), Barry Bourke (policeman), Frank O'Sullivan, Diarmuid Ó Dálaigh (men in pub), Corina Gough (woman in search), Roger Allam (Sir John Hamilton), Sabrina Barry (Julia), William Ruane (Johnny Gogan), Dan O'Riordan, Peg Crowley (old couple), Fiona Lawton (Lily), Kieran Ahern (Sweeney), Clare Dineen (Mrs Rafferty), Sean McGinley (Father Dennis), Tomas Ó hEalaithe (boy on bike), Nora Lynch (mother of sick child), Diarmuid Ní Mheachair (sick child), Denis Conway (priest), Barry Looney, Connie O'Connail, Áine O'Connor, Francis O'Connor, Peadar Ó'Riada (céilidh band), Neil Brand (newsreel piano accompanist), Fergus Burke (theatre goer), Niall McCarthy (extra).
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    SoundDolby Digital
    Duration124
    Footage11399
    Format35mm
    Production date2005
    Release date2006
    SummaryIrleand, 1920. Irish volunteers fight a guerrilla campaign against the Black and Tans, troops sent from Britain to block Irish independence. Damien, a young doctor with socialist ideas, is about to leave for London bur decides to join his brother Teddy in the war against the British after he witnesses the Black and Tans' brutality. When his fellow volunteer Chris, a young stable lad, is pressed by his employer, Sir John Hamilton, into betraying their location, Damien and Teddy are arrested. In prison, Teddy is tortured and Damien meets fellow socialist Dan. A sympathetic private breaks them out. Damien tales Sir John and Chris hostage in a bid to save some other prisoners from execution; he shoots dead the two men,. Later, he begins a romance with local girl, Sinead. The volunteers escalate their campaign against the British, who declare a truce. Sinn Fein signs a treaty with Downing Street giving Ireland partial independence. Damien and other volunteers argue to continue fighting. Teddy supports the treaty and the formation of an Irish Free State. Hostilities break out between pro- and anti-treaty advocates. When Damien and Dan are caught by Teddy's men (now incorporated within the Irish Free State Army) while raiding their previous comrades' weapons, shooting breaks out. Dan is killed; Damien is executed. teddy visits Sinead to break the news of Damien's death - she breaks down and orders him off her land and telling him she never wants to see him again. Irleand, 1919. Damian and Teddy, members of the IRA, are brothers fighting against British forces in the Irish War of Independence. ... Irish workers unite to ambush the notorious Black and Tan squads. Through his military experience, Damian, a trained doctor, becomes politicised. When a treaty given an apparent level of victory to the fighters is signed between the British and the Ireland in 1921, the brothers find themselves pitted against each other. Civil war ensues and betrayals become inevitable...
    NoteThis film was shot on location in Ballyvourney, Bandon, Buttevant, Collea, Kilmurry, Mallow and Timoleague, County Cork and Killarney, County Kerry. This film was Awarded the Palme D'`Or at the Cannes Film Festival, 2006. Official Selection at the Toronto Film Festival 2006, nominated for Best European Film, Best European Actor (Cillian Murphy), Best European Director (Ken Loach), Best Cinematography (Barry Ackroyd), Best Screenwriter (Paul Laverty) at the European Film Awards 2006. A screenplay of this film was published by Galley Head Press on the release of the film. It included an Introduction by Luke Gibbons, Directors Notes by Ken Loach, Producers Notes by Rebecca O'Brien, Screenwriter's Notes by Paul Laverty, 'The Irish Revolution' by historian Donal Ó Drisceoil, 'Ken Loach - Filmmaker' by Mike Robins, 'Irish History on Screen' by Kevin Rockett. This film was awarded the Best Irish Film and the AIB Audience Vote at the 4th Irish Film & TV Awards (2007); screened at the Craic Film Festival (2007).
    ReferenceST, 4th June 2006.

    ST Weekend, 4th June 2006, 'Civil War of Words', Shane Coleman.

    S&S June 2006: 26

    Paul Laverty, The Wind That Shakes the Barley (Screenplay), Galley Head Press, 2006.

    RTE Guide, Vol 30, No 25, 17th June 2006: 21, 'A Violent Wind' (Interview with director Ken Loack on his new film).

    RTE Guide, Vol 30, No 25, 17th June 2006: 54. Review.

    RTE Guide, Vol 30, No 26, 24th June 2006: 54. 'Shaking the Barley' (Scriptwriter Paul Laverty interviewd by Alan Corr).
    DistributorPathe Entertainment (UK/Irish)
    BIM Distribuzione
    Diaphana Distribution
    Pathe Distribution
    KeywordsWar of Independence (1919 - 21)
    Irish Civil War
    Anglo-Irish Treaty (1921)
    LocationBallyvourney
    Bandon
    Buttevant
    Collea
    Kilmurry
    Mallow
    Timoleague
    County Cork
    Killarney
    County Kerry
    Production creditsp.c.: Sixteen Films Ltd., Matador Pictures, Element Films, EMC Produktion, Tornasol Films, spon: Regent Capital, UK Film Council, Bord Scannan na hEireann/The Irish Film Board, Filmstiftung Nordrhein-Westfalen, Cinéart, TV3 Irish, Film Coopi, dist: BIM Distribuzione, Diaphana Distribution, Pathe Distribution, p: Rebecca O'Brien, exec.p.: Ulrich Felsberg, Andrew Lowe, Nigel Thomas, Paul Trijbits, Mark Woods, Brendan McCarthy, co-p.: Redmond Morris, d: Ken Loach, sc: Paul Laverty, dop: Barry Ackroyd, ed: Jonathan Morris, s: Ray Beckett, Kevin Brazier, m: George Fenton, p.dsgn.: Fergus Clegg, art.d.: Michael Higgins, Mark Lowry, cost: Eimer Ní Mhaoldomhnaigh, cast: Oonagh Kearney, loc: Anna O'Connor, a.d.: David Gilchrist, p.m.: Carol Moorhead, a.d.: Jenni Cooney, stunt co-ord: Paul Heasman, Marc Cass, stunt perf: Marc Cass, Dave Fisher, Paul Herbert, Crispin Layfield, Gordon Seed, assistant p: Camilla Bray, p.co-ord: Cathy Mooney, crew: Michelle Carew, Mike Hayes, Stephen Morrisey, Aliatair Griggs, Charlotte Walls, Jane Roche, hist adv.: Donal Ó Drisceoil, military adv.: Terry Fleming, Alan Walsh, George Foley, Audie Murphy, Dan Harvey, a.cast.: Kathleen Crawford, 2nd a.d.: Michael Queen, 3rd a.d.: Sonya Supple-Gildea, crowd co-ord: Adrienne Greenhalgh, trainees: Denis Fitzpatrick, Laura Treacy, Marie Celine O'Reilly, Kevin O'Leary, transport co-ord: Eamonn Murphy, Michael Phelan, drivers: Ricky Donovan, Mervwn Ewing, David Houlihan, Malte Mann, Deann Mulligan, Shulagh O'Day, 2nd l.m.: Miriam Coleman, a.: Seamus Porter, Paddy Cahill, focus puller: Carl Hudson, clapper loaders: Romy Kaa, Andrew O'Reilly, c.trainee: Rory O'Riordan, 2nd c.op: Jeremy Gee, 2nd focus pullers: Eric Greenberg, Jorg Donner, sc.cnslt: Roger Smith, sc.super: Susanna Lenton, stills: Joss Barratt, gaffer: georg Nonnenmacher, best boy: Roger Altmann, elec: Tony Devlin, Martin Holland, Noel Cullen, boom op: Pete Murphy, sound a.: Jenni Cooney, art dept trainee: Eleanor O'Leary, prop buyer: Emer MacAvin, prop master: Noel Walsh, props: David Kinsella, Keith Cullen, James McGetrick, Kevin Queripyle, Eoin O'Brien, Richard Lynch, John McKenna, armourer: John McKenna, assistant armourer: Stephen Talbot, action vechicle co-ord: Gavin McGlashan, cnstr mananager: Danny Sumsion, carpenters: Alex Robertson, Alex Bassett, Phil Bowen, Mark Brady, Gerard Richardson, Graham Waters, painters: Paul Curren, Neville Gaynor, Bobby Gee, plasterers: Jimmy Irwin, Stan Irwin, effs: Pat Redmond (Team FX), Kevin Byrne, David Roddham, Michael Kearns, Brendan Byrne, Aidan Byrne, Jimmy Lumsden, make-up.dsgn.: Lynn Johnston, hair dsgn: Orla Carroll, make-up a.: Aisling Nairn, hair a.: Patricia Kirkman, costume super: Ger Scully, assistant cost.dsgn.er: Debbie Millington, costume a.: Patricia Corcoran, Valerie Kelly, Morgan Jay Semmens, Catherine Dalton, costume trainees: Maire Begley, Cathy Young, p.accntant: Jim Shortall, a.accnts.: Jason Potter, Habib Rahman, auditors UK: Malde & Company, auditors Irish: Brophy Gillespie, 1st a.ed.: Anthony Morris, 2nd a.ed.: Paul Clegg, effs ed: Robert Brazier, Ben Brazier, Foley art.: Julie Akerton, John Fewell, s.re-rd.mix.: John Hayward, visual effs.: Matthew Bristowe, Begoña Lopez, David Scott, unit nurse: Peggy Ní hAodha, Eileen Ní Leonard, caterers: Hot Buns Catering, security: Archangel Security, music recorded by Steve Price at Angel Recording Studios, protocols: Mat Bartham, orc: Geoffrey Alexander, music copyist: Bill Sillcock, musicians contractor: Isobel Griffiths, orch leader: Anthony Pleeth, newsreel footage courtesy of British Pathe/ITN Archive, with thanks to: Cork County Council, the people of Ballyvourney, Bandon, Buttevant, Collea, Kilmurry, Mallow and Timoleague, County Cork and Killarney, County Kerry, John and Ros Hubbard, Everyman Palace Theatre, UCC Granary Theatre, Triskel Arts Centre, The Briary Gap, Brother Cusack, Corcadorca, Tom Creed, Peter Hayles, Pat Fogarty, Dominic Carroll, Eilis and Donal Loinsgigh, Noel Tagney, Peter Kearney, Dermot Keogh and Gabriel Doherty, Niall Meehan, Críostoir de Barróid, Mick Finn, Pamela O'Callaghan, Siún Kearney, Pat Quinn, Jeremiah Quill and family, Cathal O'Riada, Ger Healy, Michael Healy, Fred Lynch, Greg Woods, Donal Buckley and family, Michael Twomey, Padriag Hamilton, Michael Lalor, Anthony Ryan, Des Prendergast, Breda O'Brien, Ivan Tanner and Cecil Benn, Michael Galvin, Alexis Bolster, John McLoughlin, Willie Driscoll, Finbar O'Brien, Mary Rose, Cathal Brugha Barracks, Dublin, Jim O'Herlihy, Diarmuid Begley, Lt. Brian Lenihan, Br. Gen. Pat Nash, Gerry White, National Photographic Archive and staff, Dublin, staff at the Cork City Museum and Library, Railway Preservation Society of Ireland, Mick Leahy, Carol Sheridan, Iarnród Eireann, Cork City Gaol, O'Regan family, Mrs Kelleher and family, Charles and Catherine Harold-Barry, Martin McMahon, Patrick and Jane Anneslie, staff of the Clarion Hotel, Cork, Brendan Synan, Father Patrick Hickey, Toby Simmonds, Tim Buckley at Teagasc, Lyne and Lyne Antiques, Maurice Clancy, Zeta Kearney Horse and Carts, Paddy Barrett, Andrew Smith, Print Museum, Dublin, Leeside Printing, Barrack Street Printing, Claudia Kinmouth, electric-us, Richard Hinchon, Willy Crowley, Dermot and Anne Harnett, Kilmainham Gaol, Dublin, Pat Healy, Jimmie Lenehan, Pádraig Varian, ESB, Denis Darcy, John Moynahan, Seán Jackson, Georgina Diaz, Brandy the three-legged dog, senior business affairs executive for the UK Film Council: Nathalie Bass, senior p.exec.: Himesh Kar, business affairs executive for Element Films: Louise Cornally, for EMC Produktion: Denise Booth, lawyers: Stephen Grosz, Bindman and Partners, James Hickey, Roisin Thomas, Matheson Ormsby Prentice, Jonathan Kelly, Devenport Lyons, completion bond: Film Finances, insurance: Media Insurance Brokers, financing: Royal Bank of Scotland, section 481 funding: Anglo Irish Bank, retail banking: Allied Irish Bank, titles: Cineimage Ltd., titles dsgn: Martin Butterworth, Creative Partnership, lab: DeLuxe, film stock: Fujifilm, camera and lights: Meyer Brothers, cost.: Angels, digital effects: Moving Picture Company, s.re.rd: Pinewood Studios, international sales: Pathe Pictures international. Filmed on location in County Cork, Ireland with the assistance of Bord Scannan na hEireann/Irish Film Board Regional Film and Television Fund. Produced in association with TV3. Produced with the support of investment incentives for the Irish Film Industry provided by the Government of Ireland. Developed with the support of the MEDIA Programme of the European Community. Supported by MEDIA PLUS i2i Audiovisual Scheme. Made with the support of the UK Film Council's New Cinema Fund.
    Set designRACKARD, Anna
    Art directionHIGGINS, Michael
    LOWRY, Mark
    Costume designNÍ MHAOLDOMHNAIGH, Eimer
    RightsElement Films
    +353 1658 5032
    info@elmentfilms.ie

    Sixteen Films
    Production designCLEGG, Fergus
    Genre/CategoryHistorical Drama
    Feature Film Drama

    Series/Newsreel titleTHURSDAY PLAY DATE
    Episode/Item titleImportance Of Being Earnest, The
    Production companyBBC
    DirectorMacTaggart, James
    CastJulian Holloway, Michael Jayston, Coral Browne, Celia Bannerman, Gemma Jones, Lally Bowers, Richard Pearson.
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    Duration60
    TX channelRTE 1
    TX date21/06/1979
    SummaryThe wittiest and most popular of all Wilde's comedies, this verbally brilliant play stresses the importance attached by 'society' to having at least one parent - to the discomfiture of Jack Worthing who can only trace his family tree back to the handbag in which he was found at Victoria station. Immortals such as the archetype of she-dragons, Lady Bracknell, and the non-existent Mr Bunbury have become part of a modern mytholoy along with Miss Prism and th eReverend Canon Chasuble.
    RTE guide vol3
    RTE guide issue24

    TitleDÓNAL LUNNY: FOLLOWING THE MUSIC
    Production companyHummingbird Productions
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerMORAN, Tina
    KING, Philip
    DirectorO'CONNOR, Nuala
    Script/AdaptationO'CONNOR, Nuala
    PhotographyDEASY, Seamus
    EditingPOWER, Eamonn
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    SoundDigital Stereo
    Duration55
    Release date2007
    TX channelRTE 1
    TX date13/03/2007
    SummaryA documentary portrait of Irish musician Donal Lunny. The programme begins in Okinowa, Japan, where Lunny currently lives with his wife Itami Hideko and young daughter, and goes back to trace his birth and childhood in Tullamore and Newbridge; his education at the Old College of Art, Kildare Street, Dublin, the development of his musical experience and marriage to and separation from Judy Lunny (with whom he had a daughter, Paula) ; and membership of the bands Planxty and The Bothy Band, and Coolfin. Participants: family members Mary Lunny, Judy Lunny, Oisín Lunny, Sheila Reilly, Róisín Dempsey, Manus Lunny, musicians Tríona NÍ Dhomhnaill, Mhicheál Ó Domhnhaill, Maighread Ní Dhomhnaill, Keith Donald, Christy Moore, Andy Ervine, Paddy Glackin, Steve Earl, Frank Harte, Emmylou Harris.
    ReferenceRTE Guide, 10-16 Mar 2007, On the Box (Paddy Kehoe).
    PeopleDonal Lunny
    KeywordsTraditional Music
    LocationIreland
    Production creditsp.c.: Hummingbird Productions, Radio Telefis Eireann/RTE, Bord Scannán na hEireann/ Irish Film Board, p: Tina Moran, sc/d: Nuala O’Connor, special thanks to: Itami Hidoko, The Lunny Family, Jim Dempsey, John Coffey, Terry & Brenda Connaughton, Marie O’Sullivan, Vincent Browne, Joanna Finnegan, Collette O’Flaherty, Paddy Dunning, National Library, Dublin, National Stadium, Groese Lodge, Pulse Studios, Tullamore Dew Heritage Centre, p.co-ord: Laura Murtagh, artist liaison: Judy Murray, research: Ciaran Ó Maonaigh, c.a.: Mark Byrne, Shane O’Neill, s: Brendan Deasy, Takoshi Shima, a.s.: Ray Cross, dop: Seamus Deasy, ed: Eamonn Power, c: Akihito Nitta, Ruuichi Koija, trans: Utsumi Yoko, online.ed: Eoin McDonagh, Cóilín Ó Cearbhaill, dub.mix: Mark Fitzpatrick, exec.p.: Philip King, David McKenna (RTE), Noemi Ferrer (Irish Film Board). I gcuimhne ar Mhícheál Ó Domhnaill (1952-2006).
    Genre/CategoryMusic
    TV Documentary

    Series/Newsreel titleANAMNOCHT
    Episode/Item titleAonach Tailteann: Olympiad Na Ngael
    Production companyUnion Films
    Inquest
    TG4
    SponsorSound & Vision (Scéim Maoiniúcháin Craoltóireachta)
    Country of originIreland
    ProducerMcGEE, Catherine
    Ó BRIAIN, Donnacha
    DirectorÓ BRIAIN, Donnacha
    Script/AdaptationROUSE, Paul
    LanguageEnglish
    Colourcol
    Soundsound
    Duration90
    FormatDigital Video
    Production date2004
    Release date2006
    TX date21/03/2007
    SummaryDocumentary on the Tailteann Games, a huge sporting and cultural festival first staged in 1924 to celebrate Irish independence. Inspired by the ancient pre-Christian Aonach Festival, the festival attracts athletes from the Irish emigrant world. The programme is structured around the following strands: The provisional government’s decision, in 1922, to stage the Aonach Tailtreann – the Irish Olympic Games as an assertion of the Free State’s cultural independence; the ancient Gaelic festival’s first initiation in 600BC near Tara in honour of Queen Tailte and its survival until the Norman invasion; the formation of the Tailteann Committee under J.J. Walsh, a former nationalist and GAA member from Cork; the planning of the festival and the refurbishment of Croke Park Stadium in Dublin; the inclusion of members of the Irish diaspora in the games; the cancellation of the festival with the onset of the Irish Civil War in August 1922; the opposition of Ernest Blythe and Desmond Fitzgerald to the festival and its resumption; the recruitment of William Butler Yeats to attract international artists and literary figures to the festival (including Pablo Picasso and James Joyce); the organisation of transport; the opening ceremony (with Irish actress Nancy Rock playing the role of Queen Tailte) which reinvented the state in a Celtic context; the programme of events – a hurling match between Ireland and America, a marathon race from Navan to Croke Park, women’s Gaelic games, swimming in Phoenix Park, rowing at Islandbridge, boxing in Portobello, horseracing, clay shooting, archery, etc.; the element of social inclusiveness, unity, and togetherness; the arts events – poetry, Irish dancing, piped band competitions, choral competitions, painting and sculpting competitions, theatrical events; the invitation of non-Irish American and Australian athletes to the games – including the American high jumper, Harold Osborn (who competed against Kerry sportsman Larry Stanley) and American swimming champion, Johnny Weissmuller; motorcycling events in Phoenix Park (including J.W. Shaw from Belfast); an aerial race by the newly-formed Free State Air Corps; the prize winning ceremony that ended the festival; negative critical responses to the festival in the Dublin Review and the Dublin Opinion; positive comment in the Irish Times; Walsh’s difficulties in maintaining the plan to stage the Games every four years – his discovery of enemies of the Games within the Government, including Minister of Finance, Ernest Blythe, who opposed the Games on economic principles, and demanded that the Committee repay its loans to the Government; Walsh’s retirement from politics in 1927 – on the grounds of opposition to Cumann na Gaedhail’s “pro-Imperialist policies” – and his private fundraising for the 1928 Games; overview of the 1928 Festival – the popularity of Olympic winning athlete, Pat O’Callaghan; the role of women in the events; popular responses to the Games despite government indifference; the rise of Fianna Fail under De Valera; Walsh’s work as an entrepreneur and the preparation for the 1932 Tailteann under management of other Committee members; the overshadowing of the Tailteann by the 1932 Eucharistic Congress, an event that represented the Free State in another image – the fusion of religion and state; the opening of the 1932 Games by Cardinal McRory, Primate of All Ireland, and Taoiseach Eamon De Valera; the waning popularity of the 1932 Games due to a lack of international athletes; De Valera’s decision, in 1938, to shelve the Games; Walsh’s subsequent disenchantment and the collapse of his moral judgment in supporting Hitler’s Socialist Party during World War II; the documentary ends with an assessment of the contribution of the Tailteann in establishing the post-colonial identity of Free State Ireland. Participants: Tadgh Ó Hannracháin, Paul Rouse, Scoil na Staire, UCD; Mike Cronin, Ionad an Léinn Éireannaigh, Colaiste Boston; Aoife Breathnach, Ollscoil na hEireann, MA Nuad; Marcus De Búrca, Starai Chumainn Lúthchleas Gael; Roy Foster, Ollscoil Oxford; Louise Ryan, Ollscoil Middlesex; Seamus Ware, Udar: ‘Laochra na hEireann & Na Cluichí Oilimpeacha’.
    Production creditstaighde breise: Paula Geraghty, Georgina Leragy, Donal McAnnallen, David Doyle, Ciara Meehan, Kelly Fitzgerald, ceamera breise: Stuart Teehan, cúntóirí léirithe: Jonathan Speilberg, Meghan O’Toole, Jason Mehlhorn, fuaim: Alan Scully, Hugh Fox, eagarthóir cúnta: Aoifa Scott, aiseanna: The Farm, eagarthóir líne: Ivor Hyland, meascadh fuaime: Mick Creedon, rostrum: Nico Vermeulen, buíochlas le: Danielle Considine, Pól Ó Gaibhín, Conor Ó Briain, Paul Bermingham, Martin Dwan, Aideen Ireland, Michael Clarke, Digirent, Sarah McGee, Tom Hunt, Cork City and County Archives, Irish Film Institute, Gael Linn, Sighle Bhreathnach-Lynch, Caitriona Crowe, Thea Gillen, Padraig Griffin, Joanne Clarke & Anne-Marie Smith, GAA Museum and Archives, Francis Carroll, Gerry Kavanagh, National Library of Ireland, Sara Smith, National Photographic Archive, Oisín McGreal, Cork GAA, Mary Alice O’Connor, Mary Heffernan, Farmleigh House, foinsí chartlainne: ITN/British Pathe, ITN/Paramount, Gaumont British Movietone, RTE, GAA Museum, UCD Archives, Dept of Environment, Heritage & Local Government, National Archives, Pearse Street Library, UCD-OFM Partnership, ceol: Cheyne Records, taighde: Mark Duncan, scéalaí: Louis De Paor, ceamera: Eric Courtney, eagarthóir: Ailbhe Gaffney, mórbhuíochas le Center for Irish Programmes, Boston College, cartlann breise: British Film Institute, Irish Film Archive, The Father Browne S.J. Collection, Department of Transport, Getty Images, comhairleoir staire: Mike Cronin, sc:paul Rouse, léirtheoirí: Catherine McGee, Donnacha Ó Briain, stiúrthóir: Donnacha Ó Briain, spon: Sound & Vision (Scéim Maoiniúcháin Craoltóireachta), p.c.: Union Films, Inquest, TG4.
    Genre/CategoryTV Documentary
    Sport