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thumbnailCiderpunks

Featuring Radio One's Mark Radcliffe as the smooth presenter, Ciderpunks mimics documentaries produced for television 'yoof' programmes while bringing a humorous insight to the frantic Belfast based life of Becky Donduffin, aged 17, and her circle of friends who share a passion for nihilism, protest, body piercing and army surplus clothing.
1997
thumbnailMidnight Dance

Midnight Dance is an interpretation of Saint Saens, Danse Macabre.
1997
thumbnailExtract from The King's Wake

It's the feast of Samhain (Halloween) in Ancient Ireland and in the large hall of his castle, King Conor MacNessa (Oscar nominated actor Stephen Rea) is alone with his memories. As ruler of ancient Ulster, King Conor has been a powerful King who has ruled through violence and intimidation of his people and craved the legend that has been built around him by his Chief Poet, Aherne (Ian McElhinney). But on the night of his murder, his legend is called into question by the ghosts of his past, those he destroyed, and those from whom he now seeks forgiveness and redemption. But can a hero warrior and ruler of Ulster, forsake his past?
2000
thumbnailExtract from The King's Wake

It's the feast of Samhain (Halloween) in Ancient Ireland and in the large hall of his castle, King Conor MacNessa (Oscar nominated actor Stephen Rea) is alone with his memories. As ruler of ancient Ulster, King Conor has been a powerful King who has ruled through violence and intimidation of his people and craved the legend that has been built around him by his Chief Poet, Aherne (Ian McElhinney). But on the night of his murder, his legend is called into question by the ghosts of his past, those he destroyed, and those from whom he now seeks forgiveness and redemption. But can a hero warrior and ruler of Ulster, forsake his past?
2000
thumbnailExtract from The King's Wake

It's the feast of Samhain (Halloween) in Ancient Ireland and in the large hall of his castle, King Conor MacNessa (Oscar nominated actor Stephen Rea) is alone with his memories. As ruler of ancient Ulster, King Conor has been a powerful King who has ruled through violence and intimidation of his people and craved the legend that has been built around him by his Chief Poet, Aherne (Ian McElhinney). But on the night of his murder, his legend is called into question by the ghosts of his past, those he destroyed, and those from whom he now seeks forgiveness and redemption. But can a hero warrior and ruler of Ulster, forsake his past?
2000
thumbnailReview of The King's Wake

Review of The King's Wake from CINI. (Courtesy of the NIFC)
2005

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