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  • The Mystery Of The Lost Ship

    July 18, 2014 · (2 years, 11 months) ago · by Dave Farrell · 1451 views


    Tile Films docu drama The Mystery of the Lost Ship is set to air on Channel 5 in the UK at 7pm on Friday the 25th of July.  A Tile Films crew follows a team of Underwater Archaeologists and Scientists over a three year period as they explore an ancient ship wreck off Rutland Island in North Donegal. Their detective work leads to some new and unexpected discoveries about what was believed to a wreck of the Spanish Armada

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  • Sacred Sites: Ireland

    July 7, 2014 · (2 years, 11 months) ago · by Stephen Rooke · 1402 views


    Tile Films new documentary "Sacred Sites: Ireland" is set to air on Smithsonian Channel at 8.00pm ET on Monday July 7th. The film provides viewers with an extraordinary new insight into the ancient sacred sites of Ireland – from the majestic passage tomb of Newgrange to the enigmatic stone circles of Beaghmore in County Tyrone.
     

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  • A Terrible Beauty...

    June 10, 2014 · (3 years) ago · by Dave Farrell · 0 views


    The North American premiere of A Terrible Beauty/Áille an Uafáis is on the 6th of September 2014 in International House in Philadelphia

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  • An Long Chaillte/ The Mystery Of The Lost Ship

    March 6, 2014 · (3 years, 3 months) ago · by Dave Farrell · 1960 views


    After 4 years of filming on an ancient wreck of the Donegal coast of Ireland Tile have completed production of the Docudrama An Long Chaillte/The Mystery of the Lost ship for TG4 and Five in the UK.

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  • Áille An Uafáis/ A Terrible Beauty...

    Feb. 17, 2014 · (3 years, 4 months) ago · by Dave Farrell · 825 views


    Áille an Uafáis/ A Terrible Beauty... is shortlisted for Best Single Factual documentary in the prestigious Celtic Media Festival. The festival takes place this year in St Ives in Cornwall between the 2nd and 4th of April 2014

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