RTÉ One will broadcast No Stone Unturned the much talked about feature length documentary, on the Loughinisland Massacre, on October 2nd.
Fine Point Films and director Alex Gibney's Loughinisland massacre documentary, No Stone Unturned has been nominated for an Emmy Award.
2017 was an incredibly busy year for Irish films at the cinema. Vote for your favourite of the year's Irish film releases in the Scannain Readers' Poll.
170 features up for Documentary Feature at 90th Academy Awards®, including 5 Irish: Elian, The Farthest, No Stone Unturned, Rocky Ros Muc, and School Life.
Alex Gibney's No Stone Unturned, which looks at the investigation into the Loughinisland massacre, will be released in Irish and UK cinemas November 10th .
The BFI London Film Festival has announced four additional titles for the 2017 festival, including Alex Gibney’s Northern Irish-produced No Stone Unturned.
No Stone Unturned, Alex Gibney's Northern Irish documentary around the 1994 Loughinisland massacre, will premiere at the New York Film Festival.
Fine Point Films, the producers of Alex Gibney's Northern Irish documentary film No Stone Unturned, have withdrawn the film from the Tribeca Film Festival.
Four Irish films, Pilgrimage, No Stone Unturned, Elián, and The Farthest, to premiere at the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival, April 19th to 30th.