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Release: Autumn 2007 View Trailer

This film tells the story of Ellie (Hayley Atwell), who through a series of events gets left in charge of a residential home, “Woodlawns”, over the Christmas period. Looking after the home proves to be a mammoth task for Ellie as the four residents known as the “hardcore”, Georgia (Vanessa Redgrave, Hazel (Imelda Staunton), Heather (Brenda Fricker) and Donald (Joss Ackland), prove difficult in the extreme...

Director: Anthony Byrne
Producer: Noel Pearson

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Tara road

Released: 2006/2007

Marilyn Vine's (Andie MacDowell) life is devastated by the accidental death of her much loved only son Dale during his 15th birthday celebrations in new england. 3,000 miles away, Ria Lynch's (Olivia Williams) marriage comes to a stunningly abrupt end in Dublin, Ireland, when husband Danny (Iain Glen) reveals that he is leaving her for his pregnant mistress, Bernadette (Heike Makatsch). An accidental phone call brings these two otherwise unrelated women together and, in their mutual need for space and time alone, they agree to a house exchange...

Director: Gillies MacKinnon
Producer: Noel Pearson

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DANCING AT LUGHNASA

Released: 1997

It is the glorious summer of 1936 and Europe is on the verge of terrible change. In the little village of Ballybeg, County Donegal, the Mundy sisters await the return of their brother Jack, a missionary priest now returning to Ireland after many years in Africa. The youngest sister, Christina has a little boy Michael, her love child with an irrepressible travelling salesman called Gerry Evans.

The devoutly Catholic Mundy sisters place the boy Michael at the centre of their world, a world soon to be turned upside down by the return of Jack and by the unexpected arrival of Gerry Evans, on his way to fight the Fascists in Spain.

Director: Pat O'Connor
Producer: Noel Pearson

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FRANKIE STARLIGHT

Released: 1996

Frankie Starlight is a film about love, life, laughter and the occasional miracle.

Frankie Starlight is based on Chet Raymo's best-selling novel entitled "The Dork of Cork." Raymo is a lecturer in astronomy at Stonehill College in Massachusetts, but has spent every summer for the last 16 years in the village of Ventry, County Kerry. It is the combination of his knowledge of the stars and time spent in Ireland that inspired him to write this magical tale of love and the stars.

Director: Michael Lindsay-Hogg
Producer: Noel Pearson

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THE FIELD

Released: 1991

Richard Harris received an Oscar nomination for his performance in one of the most powerful and critically acclaimed films of his career.

Bull McCabe (Richard Harris) has single handedly nurtured a field of rock into a verdant pasture. It is his life. But now the Field is to be sold by public auction. When an American (Tom Beringer) bids for the land against Bull, he gets more than he bargains for. Bull's obsession with holding on to his land threatens to destroy everything he holds dear. The stage is set for a fearful confrontation.

Director: Jim Sheridan
Producer: Noel Pearson

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MY LEFT FOOT

Released: 1990

Daniel Day Lewis and Brenda Fricker won Oscars for Best Actor and Best Supporting Actress for this exhilarating account of the life of Christy Brown, feisty Irish artist-writer who was born with cerebal palsy. Through the help of his strong-willed mother, a dedicated teacher and his own courage and determination, Christy not only learns to grapple with life and love but also develops into a brilliant painter, poet and author (1990).

Director: Jim Sheridan
Producer: Noel Pearson

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