• Loopline Film was established in 1992 by Sé Merry Doyle. to produce high-quality documentaries. Award winning productions include 'Alive Alive O - A Requiem for Dublin', 'Patrick Kavanagh - No Man's Fool', 'Jimmy Murakami - Non Alien' and the recent hit 'John Ford: Dreaming the Quiet Man'.

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World Premier Talking to My Father at Dublin Film Festival

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Simon and Robin Walker 1967All hands on deck in Loopline Film as we put the finishing touches to Sé Merry Doyle’s  feature documentary ‘Talking to My Father’. The subject is the great Irish Architect Robin Walker who was one of the pioneers of Modernism, beginning in the late fifties and bowing out from a glittering career in the late seventies. His son Simon, also an architect takes us on a journey through Robin’s life and celebrates his buildings and his writings. The actor Patrick Bergin reads some extracts from Robin’s writing and our great poet Seamus Heaney reads ‘An Architect’ the poem he wrote in memory of his friend Robin.  An original score is composed by Stano and Cinematographer Patrick Jordan‘s wonderful eye adds to this sumptuous palette of creativity.  Andrea Pitt and Sasha King Produce and Philippe Faujas looks after tyne Soundscape. wesley collegeThe Jameson Dublin International Film Festival will host the World Premier at the Irish Film Institute on the 24th March 2015. The Director Sé Merry Doyle is known for previous feature documentaries like ‘John Ford – Dreaming The Quiet Man’ and ‘Jimmy Murakami – Non Alien’. For more info go to page

Hugo Hamilton on TG4 & Gate Theatre

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Loopline documentary on Hugo Hamilton Croi & Teanga  screens tomorrow Wednesday on TG4 at 8:00 PM. Hugo also has a new play ‘The Mariner’ opening at the Gate Theatre on the 25th September.

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Muintir na Mara Galway

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Muin boatThis weeks episode of Muintir na Mara sees Pádraig Ó’ Duinnn continue his journey of the Galway coast.  RTE 28th July 10:30 am. Pádraig visits  Brian Ó Carra who shows him the traces of the recently discovered ‘drowned bog’ on the beach in Bearna. Brian  shows Pádraig where they discovered evidence of fresh water lakes and bog under the sand. Most exciting was the day  they  dug up an ancient canoe. Padraig then travels to what was an abandoned 17th century village near  Spiddal that has been transformed into a cultural retreat by Dearbhaill Standún and her husband Charlie Troy. Concsuain has won an intetrnational award for its uniqueness in fostering traditional Conamara traditions. We later meet Jim Horgan who set up Bádóirí Lurgan who as well as running the community boatclub also  teach the art of the shipwright to young people. Members learn  how to sail and how to build their own boats. Padraig finishes this episode when he travels to Lochan Beag to meet Noel Ó Tuairisc who spent his life on large fishing vessels but now has a veritable museum and one of the most interesting collection of sea shells you will ever see.

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Muintir na Mara returns on RTE 1

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muintir high resjpgOn Sunday 20th July on RTE 1 at 10:25 am you will

get another chance to see Muintir na Mara. The RTE

run begins in Galway where Pådraig O Dunnin

visits a Banjo maker in Clarinbridge, the King

of the Claddagh, and is given a tour of the Celtic

Explorer that reveals great stories about our coral seabeds.

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