It’s the late 70’s in London and a new generation is asking questions and finding answers, It’s called PUNK, and it don’t matter what you are or where you’re from.
Directed by Roisín Kearney
Produced by Maeve McGrath and Keith Bogue
Written by Sinéad Collopy.
Kevin Kiely Jnr
This film was funded by Creative Ireland, Creative Ireland Clare and Clare County Council
Winner Bronze Tree Award, Viva Film Festival 2019
This documentary follows John to this place of pilgrimage and does not seek to question or answer the apparitions but to observe the pilgrim in this place of prayer.
Narrated and Directed by Maeve McGrath.
Produced by Maeve McGrath and Keith Bogue.
Editing and Sound Mix - Philip Shanahan
'John's theme' written and composed by Patrick O'Brien and Steve Ryan.
'Cylinder Two' Written and composed by Chris Zabriskie
The Big House - Castle Oliver
A brief look at the history of one Limerick's famous landmarks, Castle Oliver. The documentary takes us on a visit throughout the house, all the while presenting its rich past and its unique founders - The Oliver Gascoigne sisters.
Narrator: Maeve McGrath
Concept/Director/Producer: Maeve McGrath
Cinematography: Stephen Hall
Editing/Research/Director: Philip Shanahan
Music by Paddy Mulcahy
Special thanks to the Cormack family for allowing us to film in their home.
Additional pictures/material provided by Nick Browne
Artwork by Pat Conroy
Grant and his friends are thugs. They are used to hurting and causing pain, generally to women and people smaller than them. True bullies, they get pleasure from the pain of others. After assaulting a girl, Grant’s world gets turned around and for a moment he is in a world where women are the threatening force. Will it change him?
Written and Directed by Frances Healy
Produced by Maeve McGrath and Eleanor McSherry.
Mary Cate Smith
'Vanner' is a short film that follows the return of Francie Flanagan back to his halting site in Limerick, Ireland after a tragic event at a fair.
This is the story of the fallout from this unexpected start to his married life.This is a film that looks at loss, love and traveller tradition.
Director/Producer: Colm Higgins.
Writer/Producer: Maeve McGrath
Director of Photography: David Qualter
Cast: Aidan Crowe, Emma O'Grady, Margie Nagle, Maeve McGrath and Chris Rowley.
* OFFICIAL SELECTION FOR GALWAY FILM FLEADH 2013*
* OFFICIAL SELECTION FOR CHICAGO IRISH FILM FESTIVAL 2013 *
* OFFICIAL SELECTION FOR FINGAL FILM FESTIVAL 2013 *
* OFFICIAL SELECTION FOR FASTNET SHORT FILM FESTIVAL 2013 *
* OFFICIAL SELECTION FOR UNDERGROUND CINEMA FILM FESTIVAL 2013*
* OFFICIAL SELECTION FOR WATERFORD FILM FESTIVAL 2013*
* OFFICIAL SELECTION FOR DINGLE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL 2014*
Nominated - BEST EDITING & BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY at UNDERGROUND CINEMA AWARDS 2013*