This “briskly paced, Irish-language sports film focusing on naomhóg racing” is “an underdog story that breezes past a lot of the generic formula”.
The short about building a skateboarding half-pipe on Inis Oírr, is the first in series aiming to encourage discussion about the use of public space in Dublin and beyond.
This “bemusing but often amusing comedy” won Best Irish Film at the Galway Film Fleadh this year.
Director Dennis Harvey explores the unequal meanings of migration, following his subjects as they move from country to country in search of work, family and refuge.
This documentary about the Debenham’s picket lines is an “inspiring and very human document of a found family brought together by a desire to help each other”.
In this 1940s-set film, scientist sisters find a way to tune in to TV and radio signals from the future – and play a pivotal role in Britain’s fight against Germany.
In this documentary, an artist’s obsession with a death-defying carnival attraction brings him into conflict with a couple of hometown heroes from Granard.
This documentary observes what it says is a small but growing global pro-nuclear movement that advocates argue could help mitigate the climate crisis.
The streets of Dublin are overrun with vampires in this horror-comedy that favours big laughs over big scares.
“A plan coming together makes for great cinema,” writes our reviewer, but this crime caper “appeals to that greater pleasure of seeing something come undone”.