The Quiet Postman
An Abú Media Original
13 x 30 mins Silent Comedy SD
Rose D'or nominated 2003
13 x 30 min Silent comedy series following the exploits of a hapless rural postman, Postie who is madly in love with the beautiful Darlene.
One of the most watched ever programmes on Irish TV station TG4.
Sales Queries to
Derry O'Brien at Network Ireland TV
Created by Pierce Boyce
Produced by Pierce Boyce
Directed by Dennis Kirkland
Written by Pierce Boyce, Tony Haas, John Nee, Philip Sweeeny
6 x 30 mins Drama
Produced by Pierce Boyce & Brid Seoighe
Directed by Frank Berry / Audrey O'Reilly
Written by Frank Berry / Audrey O'Reilly
A 6 part Irish Language drama series broadcast on TG4 and BBC Northern Ireland. Co-funded by the Irish Language Broadcast Fund, a part of Northern Ireland Screen.
Set in 1985 and told from the point of view of Danny Doherty, now 33, it recounts poignantly his experiences as a young Belfast teenager during his first summer spent at Irish college in Donegal.
A cast of relative unknown teenage actors from Northern Ireland are joined by established names such as Gerard McSorley, Joan Sheehy, Frank Laverty, Paula McFettridge and Britta Smith.
Oisin O Murchu, a 14 yr old debutant from Belfast, plays the young Danny Doherty and is joined by Caomhain Mac Giolla Easpaig and Alison Franklin playing siblings Sean and Aoife Doherty.
A rocking soundtrack accompanies the series with al the best hits of the 80’s included.
Nominated for VIP TV Now awards
Welcome To Ireland
Short (15 Mins)
Fáilte go hÉireann (Welcome to Ireland) is a short film funded as part of the LASAIR scheme by Filmbase from Dublin and TG4.
Dr. Roger Mukumbya has been persecuted in his homeland of Nigeria. Hoping for a better life he stows away inside a container bound for Ireland. When he is caught at the customs and the police become involved his Welcome to Ireland is not what he expected. However, when he meets Garda Noel Cleary, whom he befriended at an athletics meeting years previously, he hopes that things will work out. But will prejudice and racism get in the way.
Written by Brian O'Tiomáin.
Directed by Graham Cantwell.
Produced by Eileen Seoighe & Pierce Boyce.
Duration 15 minutes on Digibeta.