THE SWALLOW feature film - in post production THE SWALLOW

In a small house by the sea, a woman begins a letter to an unknown correspondent – feature film funded by The Arts Council

NO PLACE LIKE HOME feature documentary by Myrid Carten NO PLACE LIKE HOME
TO THE MOON feature film TO THE MOON

A cinematic ode to the moon. Structured as a lunar cycle, the film moves through tales of love, songs of longing, myths of madness, dreams of innocence and the nightmare of colonialism, building to a timely reminder of our fragility beneath the moon's mysterious light.

THE GREAT WALL feature documentary THE GREAT WALL

'The Great Wall has been completed at its most southerly point'. So begins Kafka’s short story 'At the Building of the Great Wall of China', and so, at Europe’s heavily militarised south-eastern frontier, begins this film. In the shadow of its own narratives of freedom, Europe has been building its own great wall. Like its Chinese precursor, this wall has been piecemeal in construction, diverse in form and dubious in utility. 'The Great Wall' moves across fortified landscapes, pausing with those whose lives are framed by borders. Moving inward toward the seat of power, the film holds the European project up to a dazzling cinematic light, refracted through Kafka’s mysterious text; ultimately questioning the nature of power. See for screening info and press.

YXIMALLOO Feature documentary - with Feargal Ward YXIMALLOO

A unique observational documentary exploring the difficult life and obscure work of the cult Japanese musician of the same name. Part-funded by the Irish Film Board. Winner of the Prix Premier for first feature at FiD Marseille 2014.

BOW ST. Short documentary BOW ST.

A narrow Dublin street of bustling barristers, bowed street-drinkers, box-ticking tourists, broke or broken seekers-of-a-free-lunch. An urban film-portrait that hurries and slows to the criss-crossing paces of a hundred passers-by. Funded by the Arts Council.

BOXING Short documentary - with Feargal Ward BOXING

A poetic portrait of an inner city Dublin boxing club, the characters who frequent it and the area surrounding it. An uncommissioned, self-funded work, Boxing was shot over several months and combines observational strands, staged elements and still photographs to create a study of masculinity and the city.

QUARANTINE Short documentary - with Feargal Ward QUARANTINE

Each Tuesday, in St. Luke's hospital in Dublin, the door to Radioactive Iodine Suite B is shut behind a patient who remains there, alone, until the end of the week. Funded through the Irish Film Board's shorts scheme, Quarantine is an intimate portrait of one woman's solitary time with illness, fate and faith. Co-produced by Pat Collins, Harvest Films.


Inland Films was established by Tadhg O'Sullivan in 2012 for the production of his own films. In the decade since, Inland has produced four features by Tadhg – documentaries Yximalloo (2014), The Great Wall (2015), To the Moon (2020) and the forthcoming drama The Waves, the Sea (2023). The films have been selected for festivals around the world including Telluride, Giornate degli Autori, CPH DOX, FiD Marseilles, MOMA Doc Fest and many more.
Building on relationships with funders and broadcasting partners such as Screen Ireland, ARTE, ZDF, YLE and BFI, Inland Films expanded in 2021 to begin producing for new Irish directors. Myrid Carten's widely-anticipated No Place Like Home is the first project of this kind, having secured funding from the UK, the Netherlands, Ireland and the international New Dawn fund, which seeks to promote the voices of film-makers from under-represented demographics. 



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