Waterlilies Selected for AFI Docs 2015

We are extreamly proud to announce that Waterlilies will have it’s US premiere at the prestigoeus AFI Docs 2015, Washington D.C.

Described as the “Pre-eminent US Documentary Fest” by Screen International, the “premier showcase for documentary films” by The Hollywood Reporter, and “Non-fiction Nirvana” by Variety, AFI Docs (formerly SilverDocs) serves as a launch pad for independent documentaries, and affords international filmmakers access to US audiences.

This year’s five day festival runs from the 17th-21st of June 2015 and includes 81 films from 25 countries around the world.

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Waterlilies Shortlisted for 2015 Grierson Awards

It is with great pleasure that we announce that Waterlilies has been shortlisted for the 43rd Annual Grierson British Documentary Awards 2015.

Established in 1972, the Grierson Awards recognise and celebrate documentaries from Britain and abroad that have made a significant contribution to the genre and that demonstrate quality, integrity, creativity, originality and overall excellence.

Speaking about being shortlisted Director Tanya Doyle said, “I’m delighted that Waterlilies has been shortlisted by the Grierson Trust. Some of my favorite filmmakers have been shortlisted for Grierson Awards in the past, so it’s a huge honor. It’s great news for all here in Marmalade Films and also for the women who participated in the film”.

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Waterlilies Selected for 2015 Ethnografilm Festival, Paris

We are delighted to announce that Waterlilies has been selected for the documentary short film programme at this year’s Ethnografilm Fesitval, Paris, which will take place from the 8-12th of April 2015 in the historic Montmartre district of The City of Light. For more information on the Ethnografilm Festival 2015, Check out their website here. Screening dates and times are yet to be confirmed but like Waterlilies on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for more details and updates.

You can check out the trailer for Waterlilies on Vimeo here

Waterlilies Selected for 2015 Toronto Irish Film Festival

We are thrilled to announce that Waterlilies has been selected for the documentary short film programme at this year’s Toronto Irish Film Festival which will take place from the 6th to the 8th of March at the TIFF Bell Lightbox, Toronto.

Waterlilies will be screened on Sunday the 8th of March at 4:00pm. For a full list of films included in this years schedule, check out their website here.

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Waterlilies Wins Audience Choice Awards at Dingle Film Festival

We are delighted to announce that Waterlilies has won the Audience Choice Award 2015 at the Dingle International Film Festival, which took place last weekend. Many thanks to everyone who attended our screening and a huge thank you for voting for us.
Winning the award, Producer Daniel Hegarty said “It’s great to win the Audience Choice Award and even better to win it at what has been voted one of Europe’s Top 10 Independent Film Festivals”.

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Bia Duchais-Second Broadcast on TG4

Bia Duchais will return to our screens starting from the 8th April at 8.30pm on TG4.
Bia Duchais is a cookumentary series which explores our Irish culinary heritage. Each episode tells the story of one of six of our best loved staples; Pork, Salmon, Potatoe, Grains, Cheese and Honey and traces how these foods have remained a standard in Irish food culture.

Watch the trailer for Bia Duchais on Vimeo here
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Bia Duchais is produced by Marmalade FIlms for TG4 with the support of the BAI Sound & Vision fund.

We’re Hiring – Production Coordinator

We’re looking for a Production Coordinator to become an integral part of the Marmalade production team.

Working with the Head of Production and the Creative Director in all aspects of Marmalade’s Commercial, Corporate & Documentary productions, the successful applicant will work in all areas of production; Research, Development, Pre-production, Production, Post-production, Distribution and Exhibition & Publicity.

Our aim is to develop and add to the successful candidate’s existing skills and experience to become a vital, sustainable, long-term member of the Marmalade production team eventually being able to independently initiate, develop, produce and manage projects within Marmalade.

Waterlilies Selected for 2015 Dingle International Film Festival

Following on from our sold out premiere screening at Guth Gafa International Film Fesitval this Autumn, we are thrilled to announce that Waterlilies has been selected for the short film programme at the Dingle International Film Fesitval 2015 this coming March.

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Check out the trailer on Vimeo here

Watch The Waterlilies Trailer Online

We’re delighted to announce the trailer for our latest documentary Waterlilies, a tender exploration of the changing roles of womens lives, is now available online. Festival and screening dates to be announced soon…but for the moment enjoy the trailer on Vimeo here

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Bia Duchais Int’l Premiere at CIFF

We’re delighted that Bia Duchais has made its International Premiere at the Capital Irish Film Festival, Washington D.C. in December with a screening of Prata, our episode devoted to the most Irish of foods the humble spud.

Watch the trailer for Bia Duchais on Vimeo here
Follow Bia Duchais on Facebook or on Twitter for updates on all things Bia Duchais

Bia Duchais is produced by Marmalade FIlms for TG4 with the support of the BAI Sound & Vision fund.