Pauric Brennan

Documentary + Film Director


  • Don't Sell Me A Dog
    2021 — Narrative Feature — 90 mins
  • The Crafty Irish
    2021 — Feature Documentary — 110 mins
  • The Rosen Bridge
    2015 — Short Film
  • The Duel
    2012 — Short Film
  • Am Fear Liath
    2024 — Feature Film — 80 mins
  • 2024 — Winner
    Hollywood blood Horror Festival — Best Feature. Am fear Liath
  • 2024 — Nominee
    4 Theatre Selection — Best Thriller. Am Fear Liath
  • 2024 — Winner
    Miami International Gold Awards — Best feature. Am Fear Liath
Pauric Brennan is a film director based in Laois. His latest feature Film Am fear Liath was released in 2024 and has won 2 Best feature awards and was nominated for a third. It has been released on VOD worldwide including Prime Video and Tubi TV. His first feature documentary, The Crafty Irish, was completed during the pandemic and he also directed his first narrative feature in 2020, Don’t Sell Me a Dog. Both are currently available on several VOD platforms.Pauric has written and directed several short films that were featured in festivals around the world. His sci-fi short, The Rosen Bridge, played at the 40th Boston Sci-fi festival and was a runner up in the Borgus Films Hitchcock Competition. He has been commissioned to direct several videos for writers in the past including poet, Derek Coyle’s collaboration with composer Grainne Mulvey for his poem The Shoulder from the collection ‘Reading John Ashbury in Costa Coffee Carlow’. He was also a writer on Ferdia MacAnna’s feature, ‘All About Eva’.He has worked on short films and as a writer and script reader for Babyjane Productions.He is currently in development on a new feature film ‘The Everywhere Man’