6 X 1hour | 2022
Based on the critically acclaimed stage play, ‘Northern Lights’ is a six-part Drama Series about two strangers, Lloyd and Áine, who meet one rainy night in Dublin. Over the course of a weekend spent together their respective pasts must be confronted. It is a story of grief, resilience and hope.Written and starring Stephen Jones with Elva Trill for Lionsgate, TG4 and ZDF Neo.
6 X 1hour| 2020
A macabre comedy about the strange adventures of Blennerhasset and Molloy, Dublin’s most famed memorial photographers. Created and written by John Morton for ZDFE, Acorn and RTE.
Women on the Verge
6 X 40mins | 2018
WOTV is a comic series following three career-driven friends as they attempt to deal with life's ups and downs. Starring Kerry Condon in co-production with Merman for UK TV.
6 x 24mins | 2017
Nowhere Fast, the brainchild of stand up comedian Alison Spittle. The show is a comedy about life in small town Ireland as seen from the perspective of the returning millennial. For RTE and BBC Worldwide.
Can’t Cope Won’t Cope
12 x30mins – 2 Seasons | 2016-2018
Can’t Cope Won’t Cope is a six part comedy drama series for RTE and Northern Ireland Screen.Living and dying from the weekend in Dublin.. Starring Seana Kerslake and Nikka McGuigan. Directed by Cathy Brady and Imogen Murphy. Created and written by Stefanie Preisner.
18 X 30mins – 3 seasons | 2012-2013
Moone Boy is a comedy series about a boy called Martin Moone, a quirky, creative, eleven-year-old with an imaginary friend, Sean Murphy (played by Chris O’Dowd), who also narrates the show.Written by Nick Murphy and Chris O’Dowd. Directed by Declan Lowney, Ian FitzGibbon and Chris O’Dowd. For Sky, Baby Cow and BBC WW.
Four Kids and It
Film | 2020
Four Kids and It is the fun, family action adventure story of four children and a magical, sandy, grumpy creature, IT. Based on the novel by Jacqueline Wilson. Starring Paula Patton, Matthew Goode, Michael Caine and Russell Brand. Directed by Andy de Emmony. A co-production with Dan Films and Kindle Entertainment.
The Last Right
Film | 2019
Two brothers and a woman they’ve just met journey across the island of Ireland to bury a stranger. With its uniquely Irish sense of humour, this is a heart-warming and bittersweet comedy drama about family and finding home. Starring Michiel Huisman, Niamh Algar, Samuel Bottomley, Colm Meaney and Brian Cox. Written and Directed by Aoife Crehan. Co-produced with Pippa Cross and Casey Herbert for EOne Entertainment.
Film | 2017
HALAL DADDY is a fish out of water story about a loveable outsider, who must decide to embrace or defy his culture in the name of fitting in. Written by Mark O'Halloran and Conor McDermottroe. Directed by Conor McDermottroe. A co-production with Florin Film Germany, with support from Screen Ireland, Eurimages, DFF, Element Pictures and Global Screen.