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Special thanks to the Top Indie Film Awards for Nominating "Born From Fire" in 3 categories:

  • Best Documentary Short

  • Best Editing

  • Best Original Idea

A job well done, once again, by Turlough O'Cinnéide, Marta Di Giovanni, and all cast and crew.

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"Born From Fire" our award-winning short documentary on the local Clare legend of Gráinne and her impact on the wider area, has been in its festival run since the end of March. Following is a list of its accomplishments to date. On the heels of the success of "Born From Fire", we are in the process of brainstorming new ideas for future documentaries. You can follow this page if you'd like to see what we come up with.

Best Short Documentary

Best Cinematography

  • Athens International Monthly Art Film Festival (AIMAFF) - Honorable Mention

Best Editing

  • Athens International Monthly Art Film Festival (AIMAFF) - Honorable Mention

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Last week, our Managing Director, Turlough Ó Cinnéide, completed a short documentary on the monks at Glenstal Abbey with the Glenstal Abbey School transition year students interested in filmmaking. One of the young students, Jack Given, directed the film alongside Turlough.

Glenstal Abbey is located in Murroe, Co. Limerick and was founded in 1927 by the Benedictines. Mónos, the Greek word for alone, is a story of faith and its meaning for the men who live within the abbey. In this short film you will hear their unique approach to life as well as advice and words of comfort. Dolmen Films is thankful for the monks of Glenstal as well as the school for allowing us access to the monastery and their stories.

A Glenstal Production in association with Dolmen Films.

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