A selection of my films, from my multi-award-winning first short film to the record-breaking feature documentary, “The Queen of Ireland”.
The Queen Of Ireland (trailer). A documentary about accidental activist Rory O’Neill and his alter ego, drag queen Panti Bliss, during the run-up to the Irish marriage equality referendum in 2015. “A triumph” The Irish Times. “Unmissable” The Irish Independant. Watch on Amazon Prime or iTunes.
One Hundred Mornings (trailer). Two warring couples hide out in a holiday home, trying to survive a world-changing threat. “An intelligent, delicate debut” The New York Times. “One of the very best Irish feature films of the last decade” The Irish Times. Watch on Amazon Prime.
Deep End Dance. An Arts Council/RTE Dance On The Box film, featuring David Bolger of CoisCéim Theatre Company dancing underwater with his 76 year old mother. “An elegant, spare idea that was terrifically executed and made for a very moving piece.” The Irish Times.
The Last Time. On hearing that she may not have long to live, a middle-aged woman goes out looking for love in all the wrong places. Winner of seven awards worldwide, including the Jameson Best Irish Short and UIP Best Director awards, Cork Film Festival.
Happiness. An experimental, Arts Council-funded film in which pensioners, children, drag queens, homeless people, recovering addicts, and other people all over Ireland talk about happiness.