Film News 


AN INSPIRED GATHERING will screen at the Fastnet  Film Festival Schull in the Village Hall at 2 p.m. Saturday 26th May. The film will be introduced by Robb  and followed by a Q and A.

Arran's new film TRAPPED IN A LOOP will premiere in  Cork at the Triskle Arts Centre on Wednesday 29th February as part of the Cork heats of the Fresh film festival. 


'My Trip to India' screened in Galway at The Youth  Film Fleadh  in  November 2011 

'Somnium'  screened at the First Cut Film Festival in Glanmire, Cork  October 2011.

Several of Robb's and Arran's Films screened at the Ballinamore International Film Festival Co. Leitrim in Late August 2011. The film screened were: 

Gearagh Memories    

Speaking Out For Tibet  

Somnium and 

My Trip to India

Arran was awarded Best Youth documentary for 'My Trip to India' and Best Youth Horror for 'Somnium' 

Six Degree Productions was awarded Best Independent Production company. 

 'Speaking Out for Tibet' was awarded Best Political Film.

'Somnium' screened at the Four Rivers Film Festival in Croatia in September 2011 

Somnium won  a highly commended editing prize at The Fresh film festival in March 2011


Recently completed 'Gearagh Memories' screened at the Irish Documentary Shorts section of the 2010 Kerry Film Festival.  Thanks to everyone who attended the screening and who helped with project.


Ó Bhéal Guth Béal was presented by Robb and screened at the City Library in Cork and also at the Ionad Culthura Ballyvourney as part of 'Culture Night' in September 2010. Thanks to all who attended.


'The Tibetans' a radio documentary Robb made for RTE in 1996 is now available to listen to at

 toured India in 2009 as part of the 4th Tibetan Film Festival'The Tibetans. A Life in Exile'

The Tibetans. A Life in Exile' was  screened at The Linden Museum, Stuttgart , Germany as part of 'The Globians Documentary film Festival' in November 2010. Thanks to everyone who attended.

Below is a review from the Deccan Herald in Bangalore, India.

 'A thought-provoking glimpse of Tibet' 

A week-long Tibetan Film Festival kicked off at the Choe Khor Sum Ling Centre (Three turnings of the wheel of dharma) recently. A combination of 16 films and documentaries to be screened till May 19th 2009 will explore Tibet’s timeless spiritual and cultural traditions and its troubled political history.

 The festival premiered with a documentary called The Tibetans: A Life In Exile by Robb Bradstock. This documentary examined the difficulties confronting the Tibetans in exile as they struggle to adapt to the increasing intrusion of the modern world. It also showcases the lifestyle of monks and nuns who wish to give up everything to preserve their culture. 
Filmed in the colourful town of Dharamshala in the Himalayas, this documentary powerfully illustrates the growing conflict between the traditional Tibetan culture and encroaching outside influences.
The documentary also featured the Dalai Lama and several other prominent community figures who spoke with passion and conviction about the gravity of the situation and the hope for their future.
The documentary set a good tone and a background for the next movie, Kundun by Martin Scorsese, which also pulled in a lot of people. Portraying the Dalai Lama as the fourteenth incarnation of Buddha, this classic, is the biography of the young Dalai Lama and his struggle. 

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