Simon Fitzmaurice, Inspirational Director with Motor Neuron Disease, in Final Funding Push

just a beautiful film full of stunning imagery and even more poignant poetry

Toronto: ‘My Name is Emily’ Director Talks ALS Diagnosis, Feature Film Debut

How Simon Fitzmaurice battled MND to make 'My Name Is Emily

My Name is Emily

charming and sweet


a film with great heart

Sheffield Doc/Fest unveils MeetMarket 2016 projects

Colin Farrell Will Narrate Documentary It's Not Yet Dark

The best Irish feature documentary was won by Frankie Fenton

Sundance Unveils Competition Titles

Two Irish documentaries are selected for Sundance

Irish cinema on the cusp of something special

a tale of sadness and inspiration

 Narrated by Colin Farrell, the doc — from which The Hollywood Reporter previews an exclusive clip

It is both appropriate, and poignant, that this documentary premieres in the World Documentary competition strand at Sundance Film Festival.”

Remarkably powerful.”

The Moving Portrait Of a Man Who Made a Movie With ALS

McCullough speaks with Filmmaker about the unique challenges of photographing this emotional story.

A heartfelt and stirring documentary.”

exerts an undeniable charm

FilmRise has picked up North American rights to Frankie Fenton’s documentary 

“The very definition of a documentary crowd-pleaser.”

Powerful…as real a human story as it gets.”

FilmRise will release “It’s Not Yet Dark” theatrically in mid-2017.

“An uplifting portrait.”

“A remarkable portrait…an inspirational documentary”

an Inspirational Journey


Lisa Cannon talks to filmmaker Frankie Fenton about his moving documentary 

The 7 Best Movies Coming to Netflix in November 2017

The Grass Ceiling knows no bounds

Sheffield Doc/Fest’s 2020 online marketplace MeetMarket

Hot Docs Premiere ‘Atomic Hope’ About Pro-Nuclear Movement Drops Trailer

European Docmakers Explore a Continent in Flux

Frankie Fenton’s timely second documentary shines the spotlight

Colin Farrell's 10 Best Movies

A critically acclaimed documentary from an award winning filmmaker 

John talks to documentary-maker Frankie Fenton about his new documentary ‘Atomic Hope’ about the Pro-Nuclear movement.

 a convincing argument in favour of the long-tabooed energy source

Atomic Hope is a thought-provoking film that deserves a hearing

Frankie Fenton’s lucid, informative documentary follows the world’s small but important pro-nuclear movement.

Frankie Fenton’s keenly observed and warm-humoured documentary portrait has proven a hit at festivals, and you soon see why

Atomic Hope: Inside the Pro Nuclear Movement is in selected cinemas now.

Why I made a documentary about pro-nuclear activists

projects selected for Sheffield DocFest’s MeetMarket

Provocative Hot Docs premiere brings an urgent debate about climate change

Atomic Hope producer Kathryn Kennedy selected as 2023's Irish Producer on the Move

EFP announces the 2023 Producers on the Move line-up

Emerging European Producer

European Film Promotion (EFP) has unveiled its 2023 Producers on the Move

curiously encouraging and persuasive