• The Irish Wedding Poster

    The Irish Wedding

    The Irish Wedding Poster

    The Irish Wedding

    We are actively seeking weddings for this film. If you are getting married, please contact: aileen@atomfilms.ie

    The Irish Wedding is a fascinating portrait of how the Irish celebrate love, family and friendship through the wedding speech. Capturing speeches all over the country, this is a glimpse into the one time Irish people stand up and speak about their loved ones in public whether it be their parents, children, friends or partner.

    Directed by Alex Fegan

    Co produced with Strident Media

    Production funding by Screen Ireland and NI Screen.

  • The Toy Shop Poster

    The Toy Shop

    The Toy Shop Poster

    The Toy Shop

    Release Date: December 2021

    The Toy Shop will look at a year in the life of independent toy shops around Ireland as they prepare for the all important Christmas market. 

    Directed by Alex Fegan

    Funded by RTÉ


  • The Confessors Poster

    The Confessors

    The Confessors Poster

    The Confessors

    "It would be a sin to miss it" - RTÉ

    Priests talk candidly about the sacrament of confession, their journeys into priesthood, their doubts and frustrations about the church and their hopes and fears for the future.

    Directed by Alex Fegan

    Co-produced with Strident Media

    Funded by RTÉ and BBC



  • Abbeyfealegood Poster

    Abbeyfealegood

    Abbeyfealegood Poster

    Abbeyfealegood

    "A warm, gentle, sumptuously shot gem" - The Irish Times

    Abbeyfealegood explores themes of love, loss and life through the 16 barbers and hairdressers of Abbeyfeale, County Limerick. With more hairdressers and barbers per head of population than anywhere else in Ireland, this film is a journey from the tragic to the magic.

    Winner Factual Single Award at The Royal Television Society Ireland Awards, 2021

    Directed by Alex Fegan

    Funded by RTÉ



  • Older Than Ireland Poster

    Older Than Ireland

    Older Than Ireland Poster

    Older Than Ireland

    "You'll shed a tear or two, possibly more" - The Guardian

    Older Than Ireland is a landmark documentary that tells the story of a hundred years of a life as seen through the eyes of thirty Irish centenarians.

    The film was one of the most successful Irish documentaries of all time in terms of domestic and international box office and won various awards, including Best Documentary at Galway Film Fleadh, The Irish Times Ticket Awards and the Irish Film Festival, New Jersey. It also won the Director's Choice Award at the Boston Irish Film Festival.

    The film was uniquely invited to play twice in the National Gallery of Ireland.

    Directed by Alex Fegan

    Funded by Screen Ireland

  • The Irish Pub Poster

    The Irish Pub

    The Irish Pub Poster

    The Irish Pub

    "A joy from start to finish, The Irish Pub takes a place amongst a list of the best documentaries I have ever seen" - RTÉ

    The Irish Pub is a celebration of the greatest institution in Irish society: the pub. Or, more specifically, the Irish men and women who own our pubs. The characters featured come from long family lines of pub owners. Their hilarious and captivating stories take us into the heart of the Irish pub, and give us a glimpse into what it means to be Irish.


    The film won numerous awards, including Best Film at the London Irish Film Festival and The Windows on Europe Film Festival. It premiered in the USA at the Savannah International Film Festival.


    It was released theatrically in Ireland/UK by Element Pictures Distribution and also played theatrically in the US/Canada and Australia before selling to Netflix and Amazon Prime.

    Directed by Alex Fegan

    Funded by Screen Ireland

  • Kēryx Poster

    Kēryx

    Kēryx Poster

    Kēryx

    In this feature drama, a young, female entrepreneur sets out to reinvent modern news becoming a surprise sensation with deadly consequences.

    Directed by Alex Fegan

    Written by David Murphy and Alex Fegan

    Development funding from Screen Ireland

  • The Essence of Eva Poster

    The Essence of Eva

    The Essence of Eva Poster

    The Essence of Eva

    Featuring never before seen archive footage, voice recordings and unheard songs, The Essence of Eva delves deep into the life of the legendary US singer, EVA CASSIDY, from the perspective of her parents, close family and friends. 


    Development funding from Screen Ireland and Northern Ireland Screen.

  • Zephra Poster

    Zephra

    Zephra Poster

    Zephra

    After apocalyptic events claim the lives of his wife and son, John must face his worst fears in order to re-connect with his humanity.

    The film won Best Actor (Michael Power) and Best Production design at the Portsmouth International Film Festival and Best Actor, Cinematography and Production Design at the Southampton Film Festival and Best Drama at the Aesthetica Short Film Festival.

    Directed by Bob Gallagher

    Funded by RTÉ/Filmbase

  • The Court Astronomer Poster

    The Court Astronomer

    The Court Astronomer Poster

    The Court Astronomer

    Life mirrors chess in this story of strategic thought and quick thinking set in the 1600s.

    Award-winning short drama officially selected to all the major Irish festivals including the Galway Film Fleadh, Fastnet Film Festival and Belfast Film Festival in as well as multiple festivals internationally.

    Written and Directed by Alex Fegan