All Good Children

Directed by Alicia Duffy, 'All Good Children' tells the story of Dara, a young Irish boy who is moved to rural France with his brother Eoin after the death of their mother.

There, the boys befriend a local English family and the vulnerable Dara falls under the spell of their young daughter Bella, but when she begins to pull away, his feelings for her start to get out of hand…

The film hypnotically plays out in the gap between childhood and adulthood, between childish fantasy and adult reality.

Post Production on the film was finished at Screen Scene where Gary Curran coloured and Warren Dowling was the finishing Editor.

Niall Brady, was the supervising sound editor/ sound designer and was involved in the project from the pre-production stage, first meeting with Alicia, in March 2009 to discuss the script and ideas for the sound. Niall and Peter Blayney carried out the sound edit, before Ken Galvin mixed the film over a 3 week period in Centre Stage 2 at Screen Scene. The Dolby printmaster was then recorded on the main stage at Ardmore Sound.

All Good Children is an Irish/Belgian/French co-production, produced by Jonathan Cavendish for Element Pictures, Artemis Productions and Cinema Defacto and made with the support of the Irish Film Board, CRRAV Nord-pas de Calais, Communauté Français de Belgique, Région Wallonie and Eurimages.

The film was released in Irish Cinemas in 2010 by Element Pictures Distribution.