TV Projects

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Prison Families – Series 2
3 x 45 min Documentary Series, TV3
Director: Matt Leigh
Motive Television, 2015

Series which meets people who have either loved ones in the prison system in Ireland or have been in it themselves. Filmed over six months, it shows what it is like for the families of those involved, with often detrimental consequences for all, particularly the children.
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Way To Go? Death And The Irish
52 min Documentary, RTE1
Director: Nuala Cunningham
New Decade, 2014

Nora Casey explores Irish attitudes to death and dying.
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A Doctor’s War
52 min Documentary, TV3
Director: Gary Lennon
Gambit Pictures, 2013

As an RAF medical officer, Aidan had served in France, survived Dunkirk, and was plunged into adventures in the Japanese-American arena comparable with those of famous war heroes.
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1916 Seachtar na Cásca
7x1hours Docudramas,
TG4, Discovery & History Channel
Director: Dathaí Keane
Abú Media, 2012/13

This major 7 part historical documentary series is a follow up to TG4’s IFTA winning series 1916 Seachtar na Cásca.
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Whose Art Is It Anyway?
52 min Documentary, RTE
Director: Adrian McCarthy

Wildfire Films, 2011

In this engaging documentary, Joe Duffy explores the colourful and controversial area of public art. Joe visits Dublin and beyond to find out what these sculptures mean to the Irish public, meets the artists who created them and the decision makers behind the commissioning process.
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Savage Eye
3 x 26 min – Comedy Series, RTE
Directors: Kieran J Walsh & Damian O’Donnell
Blinder Films, 2010-2011

Featuring comedian David McSavage, the show is a satirical and often surreal examination of subjects close to the hearts of the Irish people.
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Mary Robinson - Irelands Greatest
Mary Robinson – Irelands Greatest
52 min Documentary, RTE
Director: Sarah Share
Tyrone Productions, 2010

After thousands of public votes the search for Ireland’s Greatest was been narrowed down to Bono, Michael Collins, James Connolly, John Hume and Mary Robinson. In this episode, Economist David McWilliams makes the case for Mary Robinson to be “Ireland’s Greatest”.

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Life After Dell
1 x 52 min Observational Documentary, RTE
Director: Adrian McCarthy
Wildfire Films, 2010

On Thursday 8th January 2009, the dreaded statement finally came. Dell workers in Limerick, Ireland arrived in their droves to the news that 1,900 of the 3,000 workforce would be laid off at the plant over the following 12 months.

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Green Gold
Green Gold
52 min Documentary, RTE
Director: Nuala Cunningham
New Decade TV, 2010

RTE’s Environmental Correspondent, Paul Cunningham, investigates the opportunities for Ireland’s Green Economy.

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Rutland
The Rutland
2 x 52 min Observational Documentary, RTE
Director: Nuala Cunningham
New Decade TV, 2009

In 2008, for the first time, film cameras were allowed into the Rutland to observe the treatment process, and to follow the progress of some of the Rutland’s clients.

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