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Johnny Gogan

Film Director
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Filmography
  • Groundswell
    2021 — Documentary — 80 mins
  • Prisoners of the Moon
    2018 — Documentary — 75 mins
  • The Nuncio and the Writer
    2017 — Documentary
  • Hubert Butler: Witness to the Future
    2016 — Documentary — 98 mins
  • Black Ice
    2013 — Feature Film — 100 mins
  • The Adventures of Flannery
    2008 — Documentary — 75 mins
  • Mapmaker
    2001 — Feature Film — 100 mins
  • The Last Bus Home
    1997 — Feature Film — 93 mins
  • The Bargain Shop
    1992 — Feature Film — 60 mins
  • Stephen
    1990 — Short Film — 18 mins
Awards
  • 2002 — Special Mention
    Amiens International Film Festival — SIGNIS Award. Mapmaker
  • 2002 — Nominee
    Cherbourg-Octeville Festival of Irish & British Film — Best Film. Mapmaker
  • 1997 — Winner
    Cherbourg-Octeville Festival of Irish & British Film — Audience Award. The Last Bus Home

Johnny Gogan was the founding editor of Film Base News (now Film Ireland) in 1987. More recently he founded the Adaptation Film Festival (2005) in Country Leitrim which annually celebrates the contribution of a selected Irish literary figure to film and television. Starting in 2002 he established a network of outlets for world cinema in Leitrim and Sligo which (using a mobile cinema) now operates under the banner of Cinema North-West. His current feature drama projects include Straits, a co-production with Fausto Productions/Sakai Productions (Spain), Sunday Films (France) and Zanzibar Films (Ireland) and A Place In The Sun, in development with An Bord Scannán/The Irish Film Board.

(The Irish Film and Television Network)