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  • Aerial Ireland At The Newport Beach Film Festival

    April 10, 2017 · (1 week, 5 days) ago · by Stephen Rooke · 56 views


    Tile Films are delighted to announce that its documentary film "Aerial Ireland" will be screened at the Newport Beach Film Festival on Monday, April 24 at 5:15 p.m. at the Island Cinemas in Newport Beach.

    “Aerial Ireland” is a fascinating and revealing story of Ireland: its geology, natural terrain, human history and built environment as seen from the air.

    The film is directed and produced by award winning filmmaker Stephen Rooke (Sacred Sites, Waterways, Saving the Titanic) and was made by Tile Films for the Smithsonian Channel USA. The film is narrated by American actor Eric Meyers, and it uses stunning drone aerial photography to present the viewer with a spectacular overview of the multifaceted complexity of Western Europe’s most beautiful and historically significant island – Ireland. 

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  • Ifta Win 2017

    April 10, 2017 · (1 week, 5 days) ago · by Stephen Rooke · 49 views


    Tile Films congratulate scriptwriter James Phelan who won the 2017 IFTA award for "Script - TV Drama" for Tile Films three part drama series "Wrecking the Rising" produced for TG4 with the support of Broadcasting Authority of Ireland's Sound and Vision funding scheme. The award was presented to James on Saturday night at the IFTA Film and Drama Awards.

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  • Awards A Plenty!

    March 9, 2017 · (1 month, 2 weeks) ago · by Stephen Rooke · 178 views


    Tile Films is delighted to announce we are the recipients of not one but THREEAccolade Global Film Competition Awards for our series Sacred Sites!

    Award of Excellence: Documentary Program / Series: Tile Films (Ireland) Sacred Sites: Templars

    Award of Excellence: Religion / Ethics : Tile Films (Ireland) Sacred Sites: Chaco Canyon

    Award of Excellence: History / Biographical / Travel : Tile Films (Ireland) Sacred Sites: Petra

    Well done to the whole Production Team for their hard work and dedication to the project....

     

    We're also very excited to be nominated for two IFTA Awards for 'Wrecking the Rising'

    Screenwriter: Drama: James Phelan

    Hair and Make-up: Patsy Giles

    Congratulations to all...fingers crossed! 

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  • 'The Great Guide To The Future'

    Feb. 22, 2017 · (2 months) ago · by Stephen Rooke · 275 views


    Tile Films' latest new innovative series is finally here! 'The Great Guide to the Future' is an ambitious and visually stunning science-travel documentary series that reveals what our future will look like to mind-blowing effect. It will be premiering on TV3's newest channel, be3, this Sunday 26th February at 7pm. 

    Presented by the multi award-winning TV presenter and science journalist, Jonathan McCrea, who will take us on a journey into our future...over six episodes we will meet with leading scientists and innovators from Ireland and across the globe to discover how their ground-breaking work will shape our planet. Over six episodes, we will feature incredible locations rarely explored on screen. From Robot Restaurants in Tokyo, to exotic wildlife sanctuaries in the Galápagos Islands, our cameras will sweep in to find Jonathan immersed in a universal issue. Relationships, Wildlife, Housing, Tourism, Energy, and E-Waste. What do they look like ...

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  • 'Cé A Chónaigh I Mo Theachsa?' (Series 2) Re-Airing This January/February On Tg4

    Jan. 3, 2017 · (3 months, 2 weeks) ago · by Stephen Rooke · 358 views


    'Cé a Chónaigh i mo Theachsa?'/ Who Lived in my House? series two is being re-airied on TG4 this January/February. Beginning on Sunday the 8th at 20:00.

    This is the series that tells the extraordinary stories of our houses and who lived in them before us. Veteran traveller and broadcaster Manchán Mangan takes us on a fascinating journey into the history of our houses. With the help of experts, he will examine the existing architectural evidence of our houses, speak to neighbours, family members, local historians, and delve into the National Archives, local libraries and Registry of Deeds to discover the colourful characters of the past who kept their front door key under the mat of the same front step over a century ago. 

    UPDATE: New dates have recently been added see below for details:

    SATURDAY: 11-02-17  12:20  AM Cé a Chónaigh i mo Theachsa? - ...

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