The Commitments (1991)
The trials and tribulations of a budding working-class Dublin soul band.
Divorcing Jack (1998)
Comedy thriller, a newspaper columnist finds himself on the run from the local Northern Ireland hardman.
Grabbers (2012)
A small island community is terrorised by monsters from the sea.
Malice In Wonderland (2009)
Lewis Carrol's Alice gets a gangster makeover.
Painted Angels (1999)
The brutal life of prostitutes in a wild west cathouse.
Shooting For Socrates (2014)
The story of Northern Ireland's 1986 World Cup bid and its influence on the folks back home.
Tamara Drewe (2010)
A columnist returns to her childhood home... but while she was away she has been transformed from an ugly duckling into a seriously sexy swan.
Tara Road (2005)
Love hurts for an innocent wife in Dublin and a grieving mother in New England.
This Year's Love (1999)
Musical beds in Camden Town.
Wild About Harry (2000)
A popular TV chef, on the brink of divorce, loses his memory and falls in love again.
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