Credits

  • Sing Street

    Director:
    John Carney
    Cinematographer:
    Yaron Orbach

  • Love & Friendship

    Director:
    Whit Stillman
    Cinematographer:
    Richard van Oosterhut

  • Brooklyn

    Director:
    John Crowley
    Cinematographer:
    Yves BĂ©langer CSC

  • My Name Is Emily

    Director:
    Simon Fitzmaurice
    Cinematographer:
    Seamus Deasy

  • Mammal

    Director:
    Rebecca Daly
    Cinematographer:
    Lennart Verstegen

  • The Hallow

    Director:
    Corin Hardy
    Cinematographer:
    Martijn van Broekhuizen

  • Glassland

    Director:
    Gerard Barrett
    Cinematographer:
    Piers McGrail

  • Let Us Prey

    Director:
    Brian O’Malley
    Cinematographer:
    Piers McGrail

  • You’re Ugly Too

    Director:
    Mark Noonan
    Cinematographer:
    Tom Comerford

  • Patrick’s Day

    Director:
    Terry McMahon
    Cinematographer:
    Michael Lavelle

  • Traders

    Director:
    Rachel Moriarty, Peter Murphy
    Cinematographer:
    Peter Robertson ISC

     

  • The Stag

    Director:
    John Butler
    Cinematographer:

    Peter Robertson ISC


  • A Thousand Times Good Night

    Director:
    Erik Poppe
    Cinematographer:

    John Christian Rosenlund

  • Calvary

    Director:
    John Michael McDonagh
    Cinematographer:

    Larry Smith BSC, ASC

  • Get Up and Go

    Director:
    Brendan Grant
    Cinematographer:
    Vladimir Trivic

  • Run and Jump

    Director:
    Steph Green
    Cinematographer:

    Kevin Richey

  • What Richard Did

    Director:
    Lenny Abrahamson
    Cinematographer:
    Dave Grennan

  • The Summit

    Director:
    Nick Ryan
    Cinematographer:

    Robbie Ryan BSC, ISC

  • Kelly and Victor

    Director:
    Kieran Evans
    Cinematographer:
    Piers McGrail

  • Good Vibrations

    Director:
    Lisa Barros D’Sa, Glenn Leyburn
    Cinematographer
    :
    Ivan McCullough ISC

  • Stay

    Director:
    Wiebke von Carolsfeld
    Cinematographer:
    Ronald Plante

  • Earthbound

    Director:
    Alan Brennan
    Cinematographer:
    PJ Dillon ISC

     

  • Dollhouse

    Director:
    Kirsten Sheridan
    Cinematographer:

    Colin Downey, Ross McDonnell

  • Parked

    Director:
    Darragh Byrne
    Cinematographer:
    John Conroy ISC

  • Milo

    Director:
    Berend Boorsma, Roel Boorsma
    Cinematographer:

    Frank van den Eenden

  • Jump

    Director:
    Kieron J. Walsh
    Cinematographer:

    David Rom

  • Foyle’s War

    Director:
    Stuart Orme
    Cinematographer:
    Gavin Struthers BSC


  • Silence

    Director:
    Pat Collins
    Cinematographer:
    Richard Kendrick

  • Snap

    Director:
    Carmel Winters
    Cinematographer:
    Kate McCullough

     

  • My Brothers

    Director:
    Paul Fraser
    Cinematographer:
    PJ Dillon ISC

  • Stitches

    Director:
    Conor McMahon
    Cinematographer:
    Paddy Jordan

  • The Rafters

    Director:
    John Carney
    Cinematographer:

    PJ Dillon ISC

  • Songs for Amy

    Director:
    Konrad Begg
    Cinematographer:
    Duncan Telford

  • Treasure Island

    Director:
    Steve Barron
    Cinematographer:

    Ulf Brantas

  • Sanctuary

    Director:
    Norah McGettigan
    Cinematographer:
    Marius Gulbrandsen

  • Blandings

    Director:

    Cinematographer:

    Simon Archer

  • Keith Lemon The Film

    Director:
    Paul Agunawela
    Cinematographer:

    Julian Court

  • Belonging to Laura

    Director:
    Karl Golden
    Cinematographer:

    Darran Tiernan

  • The Runway

    Director:
    Ian Power
    Cinematographer:
    PJ Dillon ISC

  • Saving the Titanic

    Director:
    Maurice Sweeney
    Cinematographer:

    Richard Kendrick

  • Weekender

    Director:
    Karl Golden
    Cinematographer:

    John Conroy

  • Rewind

    Director:
    PJ Dillon
    Cinematographer:
    Ken Byrne

  • The Eclipse

    Director:
    Conor McPherson
    Cinematographer:
    Ivan McCullough ISC

  • Savage

    Director:
    Brendan Muldowney
    Cinematographer:

    Tom Comerford, Michael O’Donovan