New Lodge, a Catholic tower block neighbourhood in the heart of Belfast: since the ceasefire, what has become of the residents of this microcosm?
Feature documentary by Alessandra Celesia
With support from Screen Ireland, Northern Ireland Screen, BFI Doc Society, CNC, CCA Belgium, Région Sud, Région Ile de France, RTBF
Co-production: Films de Force Majeure (Marseille, delegate producer), Thank You & Good Night (Brussels), Dumbworld (Belfast)
Mother’s Little Secret (Rún na Máthar)
Embodying characters from the Laxdaela Saga, an Irish actress and an Icelandic actor undertake an island-hopping voyage of discovery. Together they set out to decipher and reflect upon recent revelations showing the influence of Irish and Scottish women in early Icelandic society.
A life-threatening neurological disease within a Co. Meath family prompts a search for new therapies, an innovative use of new technologies, but also a taboo-breaking discussion about death.
Nobody Wants to be a Fireman
A dive into the heart of the youth in a protestant working class neighborhood in Belfast, focusing on how collective memory is transmitted to young people, and whether these ways of transmitting are partisan or much more humanistic.
In early 20th century Trieste, a group of Balkan businessmen expand their cinema chain with the help of an unknown English teacher from Dublin.