‘Atlantic’ follows the fortunes of three fishing communities in Ireland, Norway and Newfoundland struggling to maintain their way of life, as the world's largest fishing and oil companies drive deeper into their fragile seas in a desperate race for resources. A documentary focusing on the North Atlantic’s two biggest resources, fish & oil and the impact of their exploitation on the environment.
66 Days tells the factual story of Bobby Sands life for the first time on film. As we step through the day-specific narrative, we reveal the man at the centre of these tumultuous events, in a probing personal portrait that separates man from myth, and fact from fiction. The feature length documentary explores Sands' remarkable life and death, 35 years on from his ultimate sacrifice.
Long careers are drawing to a close for John and Amanda who teach Latin, English and Electric Guitar at a fantastical stately home-turned-school. Previously the country seat of the eccentric Lord Headfort. A career of nearly fifty years is approaching an end point for the teachers who have become legends with the mantra: “Reading! Rithmetic! Rock ‘n’ roll!” But for pupil and teacher alike, leaving is the hardest lesson to learn
‘It's Not Yet Dark’ tells the incredible story of Simon Fitzmaurice a young Irish filmmaker with ALS (MND) Motor Neurone Disease, who becomes completely paralysed but embarks on directing his first and award winning feature film, ‘My Name is Emily’, through the use of the last physical attribute he has control over - his eyes and eye gaze technology.
In an attempt to save his struggling mattress business, Michael Flynn reinvents himself as the eccentric online personality ‘Mattress Mick’ under the guidance of his friend Paul Kelly. Paul, burdened with debts, yearns for a full-time contract. Using all his marketing savvy, he embarks on a mission to make Mattress Mick a viral sensation. Mattress Men is a wholly engrossing tale, peppered with startling revelations of a friendship sorely-tested.