Film making really comes alive through collaboration. We have had the great pleasure of collaborating with many brilliant, generous spirited people over the years, and are excited about what collaborations the future will bring.

Documentary & Drama

Directors, producers, scriptwriters, researchers, DOPs, composers...

Film is a collaborative art form, and we welcome collaboration with film makers coming from all sorts of different perspectives.

(image: production still from 'Take Me Swimming', directed by Claire Dix, produced by Roisin Geraghty, written by Ailbhe Keogan, featuring Olwen Fouéré, Barry Ward and B.J. Hogg).

Theatre & Dance

Our work in this area has been really inspiring for us. We have greatly enjoyed working with the Abbey Theatre, and working with choreographers such as Liz Roche, Mary Nunan and Fearghus Ó Conchubhair (image: Three+1, video dance installation, choreographed by Fearghus Ó Conchubhair).


We have been honoured over the years to collaborate with partners whose works aims to positively impact the world around us.

Environmental preservation and restoration, special needs support programs, and cultural appreciation and understanding are just some of the causes that are partners aim to promote.

These partners include Watermark Coffee, Skills4Life and The Welcoming Project.


We've worked with some great musicians to produce music videos.

It's been great working with the Rubberbandits, Lisa Hannigan, Camille O'Sullivan as well as more classical performers such as Celine Byrne.

Mostly, these musicians have come to us with strong ideas, and we've helped to realise and shape these ideas. To see info on some of the musicians we've worked with, click the link above.


At Feenish we will always work to advocate and sustain our native language. We do this by collaborating with people who share our belief in the importance of maintaining and showcasing the language through artistic, documentary, and cultural works. We are always looking to do more work as Gaeilge, as the value in encouraging the language cannot be understated.

Tír gan teanga, tír gan anam!