ROG: ‘The Ronan O’Gara Documentary’

ROG, the feature-length Ronan O’Gara documentary, pulled in nearly 600,000 viewers when it made its Irish TV Premiere in January 2014.

According to the number crunchers over at RTE, an average of 595,000 people tuned in, making it one of the top watched shows over Christmas. The documentary was also the most watched programme on the RTÉ Player, with 65,800 views stacking up in just four days.

Earning rave reviews from viewers and critics alike, the highly cinematic and at times deeply moving film covered the final four years of the Fly-half’s playing career, from losing his place as Ireland’s rugby No 10 to his decision to retire and move to France and coach alongside his former nemesis, Jonathan Sexton..


Edited by Nathan Nugent, who co-Directed with Producer Dave Berry, full Picture and Sound Post Production on the Documentary took place here at Screen Scene, where it was Coloured by Gary Curran and Onlined by Warren Dowling. Niall Brady was the Sound Editor on the project, with Mark Fitzpatrick providing the Sound Mix, and Gavin Hinfey doing his usual bang up job as Edit assistant.