6×1-hour series; A subtle, supernatural tale of a young woman who, in the wake of her mother’s death, sets out to learn the truth about herself, even to the point of unraveling her own identity.
From the book by Cory MacLauchlin, based on the life of John Kennedy Toole, author of "A Confederacy of Dunces" and his struggle to bring it to print."
Highbury, North London, UK
6 March 2017
The story of a journey from the moment a child awakens within his dream.
Historical drama about Ireland’s 1916 Easter Rising.
The film looks at events leading to and including the rebellion.
19 June 2017
A Celtic warrior, now a peaceful man, embarks on an elemental journey into the heart of darkness to save his stolen son.
Black comedy about a band who hit the big time only to find their manager is using them as drug mules.
Conor McPherson's St Nicholas is a monologue
play written while McPherson was attached to
the Bush Theatre, London, under the Pearson
Television Theatre Writers’ Scheme. It was
first performed at the Bush Theatre on
19 February 1997.
Cinematic portrait of Mary's early life as Queen of France at age 16 and a widow by her 18th birthday. Determined to rule as much more than a figurehead, Mary asserts her claim to the English throne, threatening Elizabeth’s sovereignty