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AERIAL IRELAND (2017)

Aerial Ireland presents the island of Ireland as never seen before - an unparalleled flight from geological and natural prehistory through 12,000, years of human habitation on this unique gem of Western Europe.

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Tile Films are an established HD factual documentary production company, specialising in innovative, Irish and international documentaries and series about people, history, nature, science, religion, art, culture and travel. The company was founded in 1989 by Stephen Rooke, one of Ireland's leading documentary filmmakers. The focus is on programmes which entertain and educate and have universal appeal.» read more about us

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  • A stunning new production ‘Aerial Ireland’ by Tile Films will air on be3 on Monday 9th January at 9pm. Originally directed and produced for the Smithsonian Channel USA by award winning filmmaker Stephen Rooke of Tile Films (Waterways, Saving the Titanic), the premiere of ‘Aerial Ireland’ will air as a landmark programme to celebrate the launch of TV3 Group’s newest channel.

    » Aerial Ireland - Thursday 5th Jan 2017 - see article link


  • "Wrecking the Rising" received a great review in The Herald today. See below for a snippet: "Despite the fantastical concept, Wrecking The Rising stays just the right side of all-out irreverence. Any budgetary constraints are overcome by Phelan's irresistibly clever and funny script (there's a great recurring gag about Joe Duffy). The three stars are marvellous too, creating characters that are immediately warm, likeable and believable. Once again TG4 has trumped the big guys and worked miracles on the paltry €6.71 it receives from every licence fee."

    » Wrecking The Rising (Éirí Amach Amú) - Monday 25th Apr 2016


  • Tile Films "Paramedics" was given a great review by Liam Fay of the Sunday Times. See below for a snippet of wrote: "Tile Films has drawn together an impressively diverse wealth of stories that speak volumes about contemporary Irish society. Encompassing everything from sports-related injuries to heroin overdoses, a day in the life of an ambulance staffer proovides an eloquent running commentary about the way we live now. Like the paramedics, the series is calm, purposeful and sharp-eyed. There's no shape-throwing or sensationalism, no attempt to use patients as tear-jerking props. " Don't miss the next episode of "Paramedics" this Thursday at 9pm on TV3

    » Paramedics - Sunday 10th May 2015


  • "TG4's Déithe na Spéire (The Gods of the Sky), made by award winning Tile Films, features new findings that suggest a shower of meteorites helped Christian monks to convert the pagan masses in ancient times. Experts, such as Celtic scholar Patrick McCafferty, explain how ancient Irish people changed from worshipping gods in the earth to gods in the sky - and eventually this helped bishops like St Patrick convert them to the new Christian Church. " See Déithe na Spéire on TG4 on Wednesday February 4th at 9.30pm

    » Sacred Sites: Ireland - Monday 2nd Feb 2015


  • "A Terrible Beauty," its title taken from a famous poem by W.B. Yeats and premiering at 8 p.m. Friday 26th September and 3 p.m. Sunday the 28th September at the Siskel Film Center, is a docudrama of extraordinary power. It is about bullets flying and bodies falling, but it will capture you on a deeply personal level.

    » A Terrible Beauty/Áille an Uafáis - Monday 13th Oct 2014 - see article link



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