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Dublin Oldschool


Director: Dave Tynan

Over a drug-fuelled weekend in Dublin, Jason reconnects with his estranged brother, a recovering addict living on the streets. 

Recent Irish Trailers
  • Mary Shelley


    Director: Haifaa Al-Mansour
    The love affair between poet Percy Shelley and 18 year old Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin, which resulted in Mary Shelley writing Frankenstein.

  • Zoo


    Director: Colin McIvor
    Young Tom and his misfit friends fight to save 'Buster' the baby elephant during the German air raid bombings of Belfast in 1941.

  • The Breadwinner


    Director: Nora Twomey
    Based on the best-selling children's novel by Deborah Ellis, The Breadwinner tells the story of 11 year old Parvana who gives up her identity to provide for her family and try to save her father's life.

  • The Happy Prince


    Director: Rupert Everett
    The untold story of the last days in the tragic times of Oscar Wilde, a person who observes his own failure with ironic distance and regards the difficulties that beset his life with detachment and humor.

  • The Drummer and the Keeper


    Director: Nick Kelly
    The Drummer and the Keeper tells the story of the unlikely friendship formed between two young men; Gabriel, a reckless young drummer who revels in rejecting society’s rules and Christopher, a 17 year old with Asperger’s Syndrome, who yearns to fit in. This heart-warming story, shows the strength of the human bond, in the face of adversity.

  • The Killing of a Sacred Deer


    Director: Yorgos Lanthimo
    Steven, a charismatic surgeon (Farrell), is forced to make an unthinkable sacrifice after his life starts to fall apart, when the behavior of a teenage boy (Keoghan) he has taken under his wing turns sinister.

  • Maze


    Director: Stephen Bourke
    Based on the true story of the 1983 mass break-out of 38 IRA prisoners from HMP Maze maximum-security prison in Northern Ireland. As Larry Marley (Tom Vaughan-Lawlor), the chief architect of the escape, schemes his way towards pulling off this feat, he comes into contact with prison warder Gordon Close (Barry Ward).

  • The Farthest


    Director: Emer Reynolds
    It is one of humankind's greatest achievements. More than 12 billion miles away a tiny spaceship is leaving our Solar System and entering the void of deep space - the first human-made object ever to do so.

  • Halal Daddy


    Director: Conor McDermottroe
    While managing a run down abattoir, young Muslim Raghdan Aziz stumbles through cultural chaos and generational conflicts, dealing with enraged fathers, stoned buddies and an alleged ex-lover of his girlfriend.

  • Cardboard Gangsters


    Director: Mark O'Connor
    A group of young Cardboard Gangsters attempt to gain control of the drug trade in Darndale, chasing the glorified lifestyle of money, power and sex.

  • Revolutions


    Director: Laura McGann
    An unflinching and poignant insight into the trials and tribulations, both personal and sporting, of the women on the forefront of Ireland's burgeoning Roller Derby scene.

  • Twice Shy


    Director: Tom Ryan
    Twice Shy is a coming of age story about a young, unmarried couple who embark on a road trip from Ireland to London, as the result of an unplanned pregnancy. While on the road they reflect on their relationship and find themselves facing life changing decisions that will change the rest of their lives. Will these choices bring them closer together or ultimately drive them apart?

  • Handsome Devil


    Director: John Butler
    Ned and Conor are forced to share a bedroom at their boarding school. The loner and the star athlete at this rugby-mad school form an unlikely friendship until it's tested by the authorities.

  • Tomato Red


    Director: Juanita Wilson
    Based on the acclaimed novel by Daniel Woodrell (Winter's Bone), TOMATO RED tells the story of small town drifter and street philosopher Sammy Barlach (Jake Weary) on the search for his next cold beer and the bunch that'll have him.

  • Maudie


    Director: Aisling Walsh
    Academy Award nominees Sally Hawkins (Happy-Go-Lucky, Blue Jasmine) and Ethan Hawke star in the true story of Maud Lewis, who overcame the physical challenge of juvenile rheumatoid arthritis to become one of Canada's premier folk artists

  • Without Name


    Director: Lorcan Finnegan
    Follows a land surveyor on assignment to measure an ancient forest for a developer but soon looses his reason in a supernatural environment that has it's own plans.

  • In Loco Parentis


    Director: Neasa Ni Chianain & David Rane
    Long careers are drawing to a close for John and Amanda, who teach Latin, English, and guitar at a stately home-turned-school, where they are legends with a mantra: "Reading. 'Rithmetic. Rock 'n' roll!" But leaving is the hardest lesson.

  • The Secret Scripture


    Director: Jim Sheridan
    Jim Sheridan's drama interweaves two time periods and stars Rooney Mara and Vanessa Redgrave as the same character, an Irish woman who has spent most of her life in an asylum for the insane.

  • I Am Not A Serial Killer


    Director: Billy O'Brien
    Sixteen-year old John Cleaver (Max Records) is dangerous, and he knows it. He's obsessed with serial killers, but really doesn't want to become one. Terrible impulses constantly tempt him, so for his own sake, and the safety of those around, he lives by rigid rules to keep himself "good" and "normal."

  • Crash and Burn


    Director: Seán Ó Cualáin
    The highly anticipated title directed by Seán Ó Cualáin will be released by Wildcard Distribution to Irish cinemas on Friday, December 2nd.The project examines the thrilling career of Irish driver Tommy Byrne, hailing from Dundalk. 'Crash and Burn is produced by David Burke and was partly funded by the Irish Film Board, RTÉ and BBC NI.

  • We Are Moving


    Director: Fiona Tan
    An intimate portrait of Joan Denise Moriarty, a visionary who overcame enormous odds by doggedly following her dream of bringing ballet to every corner of Ireland. A pioneer of early 20th century Irish dance, Joan Denise Moriarty dared to create a uniquely Irish form of ballet inspired by her love of nature and Irish folklore. Her life's work has been largely overlooked since her death.

  • Property of the State


    Director: Kit Ryan
    Based on true events that shocked Ireland in the 1990s, Property of the State tells the story of a disturbed young man by the name of Brendan O'Donnell as seen through the eyes of his sister Ann Marie. Piece by piece she threads together the events that ultimately lead to the harrowing murders of a young mother, her child and a local priest in the forest of East Clare, Ireland.

  • Further Beyond


    Director: Further Beyond
    In their debut documentary, Christine Molloy and Joe Lawlor take as their point of departure the compelling 18th-century figure Ambrose O'Higgins. They attempt to retrace his remarkable journey from Ireland to Chile.

  • I.T.


    Director: John Moore
    Mike Regan has everything he could ever want, a beautiful family and a top of the line smart house. The company he owns is on the verge of changing flight leasing forever. That is, until the relationship with his closest advisor turns nasty, to the point where his teenage daughter is being stalked and his family is under attack through every technological facet of their lives.

  • In Loco Parentis


    Director: Neasa Ní Chianáin & David Rane
    Long careers are drawing to a close for John and Amanda, who teach Latin, English, and guitar at a stately home-turned-school, where they are legends with a mantra: "Reading. 'Rithmetic. Rock 'n' roll!" But leaving is the hardest lesson.

  • Moscow Never Sleeps


    Director: Johnny O'Reilly
    'Moscow Never Sleeps' written and directed by Johnny O'Reilly follows five different people; a bureaucrat; an orphan; an actor; a singer, and a teenager; as their stories all interconnect to show the Russian capital in a never-before-seen light.

  • The Flag


    Director: Declan Recks
    Harry Hambridge (Pat Shortt ) a down on his luck builder finds out his father raised the flag in the 1916 rising. The Flag now hangs in a British Army Barracks. He makes up his mind to get it.

  • South


    Director: Gerard Walsh
    South tells the story of Tom, a young man struggling with the recent death of his father. After finding a note from his estranged mother he decides to hit the road and try to find her. Throughout this journey Tom also tries to overcome his crippling stage fright as a musician. Along his journey he meets Jess, a free-spirited young woman that captivates his mind and heart.

  • The Siege of Jadotville


    Director: Richie Smyth
    Irish Commandant Pat Quinlan leads a stand off with troops against French and Belgian Mercenaries in the Congo during the early 1960s.

  • Mattress Men


    Director: Colm Quinn
    Trying to save his struggling mattress business, Michael Flynn reinvents himself as the eccentric online persona 'Mattress Mick', under the guidance of his friend Paul Kelly. As business begins to grow, their friendship starts to implode.

  • Strange Occurrences


    Director: Aoife Kelliher
    Full title: 'Strange Occurrences in a Small Irish Village.' In August 1879 fifteen people in the small village of Knock, Co Mayo, claimed to witness an apparition of the Virgin Mary. After two official inquiries, the village was declared a Marian Shrine. Today, Knock's 2,000 residents welcome over one million pilgrims annually.

  • Staid


    Director: Paul O'Brien
    Four small-town people, tied together by new and old relationships, come together to tangle, fight, sing, talk, smoke, drink, argue, laugh, leave and return — and stumble towards the reality that their lives are finally changing, whether they like it or not.

  • A Dark Song


    Director: Liam Gavin
    A Dark Song follows Sophia, a young woman who insists on renting an old house in the remote countryside so that she can hire an occultist named Solomon. She needs him to perform an ancient invocation ritual, the Abramelin, to summon up Sophia's Guardian Angel so her wish can be granted.

  • Outcasts by Choice


    Directors: Kate and Paul McCarroll
    In war-torn 1977 Belfast three brothers and a friend formed a band and led the Punk Explosion. They rejected the status quo and the sectarian violence – and yet their entourage became known as the Locusts – because "anything they couldn't eat, they destroyed".

  • Rebel Rossa


    Director: Williams Cole
    A personal investigation into the life and legacy of the famous - and infamous - Irish rebel Jeremiah O'Donovan Rossa by his American great-grandsons told within the context of the controversies leading up to the 100-year anniversary of the Easter Rising in Ireland.

  • The Wall


    Director: David Kinsella
    The Wall is the story of a young female poet in North Korea. The director David Kinsella wanted to make a real a documentary, but the government in North Korea brought in over 1000 extras to make Kinsella produce what they wanted: propaganda.

  • War on Everyone


    Director: John Michael McDonagh
    Two corrupt cops in New Mexico set out to blackmail and frame every criminal unfortunate enough to cross their path. Things take a sinister turn, however, when they try to intimidate someone who is more dangerous than they are. Or is he?

  • Bobby Sands: 66 Days


    Director: Brendan J Byrne
    A cinematic portrait of the Irish Republican martyr's epic 66-day hunger strike that grabbed the world's attention in the early 1980's.

  • In View


    Director: Ciaran Creagh
    The film tells the tale of Ruth's life which is one of burgeoning guilt dominated by rage, alcoholism, depression and self-loathing which has its origins in a once off drunken indiscretion with a work colleague years ago. Having lost all that was dear to her, Ruth is still trying to seek out help but is coming to realise that there is only one course of action that may placate her soul.

  • Young Offenders


    Director: Peter Foott
    Inspired by Ireland's biggest cocaine seizure of €440 million off the coast of Cork in 2007, The Young Offenders follows two Cork inner-city teenagers, Conor and Jock, as they embark on a 160km road trip on stolen bikes in the hopes of finding an unrecovered bale of coke.

  • A Date For Mad Mary


    Director: Darron Thornton
    'A Date for Mad Mary' sees 'Mad' Mary McArdle return to Drogheda after a short spell in prison - for something she'd rather forget. Back home, everything and everyone has changed. Her best friend, Charlene, is about to get married and Mary is the Maid of Honour. When Charlene refuses Mary a 'plus one' for the wedding, on the grounds that she probably couldn't find a date, Mary is determined to prove her wrong.

  • Mom and Me


    Director: Ken Wardrop
    Mom and Me is a creative documentary that delicately challenges the familiar love story shared between a son and his mother. It is a story that reveals comedy in the everyday and misery on some other days

  • Sanctuary


    Director: Len Collin
    Set in the world of people with intellectual disabilities, 'Sanctuary' is a touching and funny love story about Larry and Sophie, two people who long to be together in a world that does everything to keep them apart.

  • Price of Desire


    Director: Mary McGuckian
    The Price Of Desire is the controversial story of how Eileen Gray's influential contribution to 20th century architecture and design was almost entirely wiped from history by the egotistical 'Father of Modernism' Le Corbusier, consigning her legacy to a century of neglect and long-overdue recognition.

  • Atlantic


    Director: Risteard O Domhnaill
    Commentators, fishermen, politicians and scientists collectively scratch their heads over Ireland's disregard for its own waters

  • Sing Street


    Director: John Carney
    A boy growing up in Dublin during the 1980s escapes his strained family life by starting a band and moving to London.

  • Traders


    Director: Peter Murphy and Rachael Moriarty
    TRADERS tell the story of Harry Fox (Killian Scott) seems to have it all, the luxury apartment, the fancy car but when the company he works for goes bust it looks like he will lose everything. A solution is offered by Vernon Stynes (John Bradley) who has masterminded a diabolical, all-or-nothing scheme based in the Deep Web, called Trading.

  • The Survivalist


    Director: Stephen Fingleton
    In a time of starvation, a survivalist lives off a small plot of land hidden deep in forest. When two women seeking food and shelter discover his farm, he finds his existence threatened.

  • Strangerland


    Director: Kim Farrant
    A family finds their dull life in a rural outback town rocked after their two teenage children disappear into the desert, sparking disturbing rumors of their past.

  • Viva


    Director: Paddy Breathnach
    When everything is for sale, what's the value of love? Jesus does make up for a troupe of drag performers in Havana, but dreams of being a performer. When he finally gets his chance to be on stage, a stranger emerges from the crowd and punches him in the face. The stranger is his father Angel, a former boxer, who has been absent from his life for 15 years. As father and son clash over their opposing expectations of each other, Viva becomes a love story as the men struggle to understand one another and become a family again.

  • High Rise


    Director: Ben Wheatley
    Life for the residents of a tower block begins to run out of control.

  • 11 minutes


    Director: Jerzy's Skolimowski
    The film stars Richard Dormer (Good Vibrations, '71, Game of Thrones) in the lead role of an American film director in this suspenseful drama which revolves around the lives and loves of a diverse group of people during the course of the same 11 minute chain of events.

  • The Hallow


    Director: Corin Hardy
    When a London-based conservationist is sent to Ireland with his wife and infant child to survey an area of forest believed to be hallowed ground by superstitious locals, his actions unwittingly disturb a horde of demonic creatures who prey upon the lost. Alone and deep within the darkness of the remote wilderness, he must now fight back to protect his family against the ancient forces' relentless attacks.

  • Brooklyn


    Director: John Crowley
    Brooklyn tells the profoundly moving story of Eilis Lacey (Saoirse Ronan), a young Irish immigrant navigating her way through 1950s Brooklyn. Lured by the promise of America, Eilis departs Ireland and the comfort of her mother's home for the shores of New York City.

  • The Queen Of Ireland


    Director: Conor Horgan
    THE QUEEN OF IRELAND is a documentary film that follows Rory's journey from the small Mayo town of Ballinrobe to striding the world stage. The film takes us behind the scenes with his alter ego Panti in the year she became the symbol of Ireland's march towards marriage equality. Directed by Conor Horgan (One Hundred Mornings, Deep End Dance) and produced by Blinder Films (Citadel, One HundredMornings)

  • Older Than ireland


    Director: Alex Fegan
    OLDER THAN IRELAND is a landmark documentary that tells the story of a hundred years of a life as seen through the eyes of thirty Irish men and women aged 100 or over. Often funny and at times poignant, the film explores each centenarian's journey, from their birth at the dawn of Irish independence to their life as a centenarian in modern day Ireland.

  • The Lobster


    Director: Yorgos Lanthimos
    The Lobster is a 2015 European comedy drama film directed by Greek director Yorgos Lanthimos in his Anglophonic debut. Its script was awarded the A.R.T.E.

  • Sinister 2


    Director: Ciarán Foy
    The sequel to the 2012 sleeper hit horror movie. In the aftermath of the shocking events in "Sinister," a protective mother (Shannyn Sossamon of "Wayward Pines") and her 9-year-old twin sons (real-life twins Robert and Dartanian Sloan) find themselves in a rural house marked for death as the evil spirit of Bughuul continues to spread with frightening intensity.

  • An Klondike


    Director: Dathaí Keane
    The first western made in Ireland tells the story of Irish emigrants the Connolly brothers, who travel from Montana to the Yukon during the Klondike Gold Rush of the 1890's to seek their fortune.

  • Sinister 2


    Director: Ciarán Foy
    The sequel to the 2012 sleeper hit horror movie. In the aftermath of the shocking events in "Sinister," a protective mother (Shannyn Sossamon of "Wayward Pines") and her 9-year-old twin sons (real-life twins Robert and Dartanian Sloan) find themselves in a rural house marked for death as the evil spirit of Bughuul continues to spread with frightening intensity.

  • Brooklyn


    Director:John Crowley
    Brooklyn tells the profoundly moving story of Eilis Lacey (Saoirse Ronan), a young Irish immigrant navigating her way through 1950s Brooklyn. Lured by the promise of America, Eilis departs Ireland and the comfort of her mother's home for the shores of New York City. .

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