Frontier Films' documentaries for RTE include Remember Me, an IFTA award nominated account of the devastating effects of Alzheimer’s disease on sufferers and carers; Big Boys Don't Cry, an exploration of the causes of young male suicide in Ireland; and The Big Move, a two part chronicle of the amalgamation of three centuries-old Dublin hospitals and their move to suburban Tallaght, and Fallout, which imagined the devastating impact on Ireland of a major nuclear incident at the nuclear reprocessing plant at Sellafield was nominated for an IFTA Award for best drama.
Wheels took a whimsical look at our often contradictory relationship with the motor car; One in Six tells the story of a revolutionary Irish breakthrough for the treatment of hunger and malnutrition in developing countries and Tsunami: One Year On was an account of the early stages of reconstruction in Thailand and India after the disastrous tsunami in 2005. Other documentary work includes Curious- The Velvet Underground in Europe for Channel 4, which followed the legendary New York band on their travels when they reformed in 1996.
Event and entertainment programming include The Session which won an ACE award in the US, Velvet Redux the live re-union concert shot in Paris featuring the Velvet Underground, the launch programme for Ireland's Irish language television channel TG4, and The Failte Sessions, a live entertainment event transmitted across Europe via the EBU to celebrate the accession of six new member states into the EU in 2005.
We also produced a wide range of prime time entertainment and factual programmes for RTE, including the popular travel programme “No Frontiers” which ran for twelve years.
In 2011, we produced the celebration concert to mark the State visit of Queen Elizabeth to Ireland as well as the Opening Ceremony for the Solheim Cup, the ladies golf championship which was broadcast live to a worldwide audience.