Cinema of the world


Director : Ciaran Creagh
Country : Ireland
Language : English
Duration : 90 minutes
Year : 2022
Cinema of the world


It’s 1984 and Ann, a pregnant teenager, awoke to realise that she was about to give birth, ending up in the Grotto of her
local church. Shockingly two hours later, Ann and her baby would be dead. This story will shine a light into the last
thirteen hours of her life, a girl alone abandoned by society.
Based on a true story that shook the world.

Ciaran Creagh


Ciaran Creagh is a screenwriter, director & producer whose credits include Ann, a feature in post-production; In View, a feature he wrote and directed which won Best Screenplay at the Rhode Island International Film Festival and Creagh was nominated for the Grand Newcomer Award at the Mannheim-Heidelberg Film Festival. Creagh also wrote the feature Parked, starring Colm Meaney. Parked was nominated in four categories at the 2011 Irish Film and Television Awards and won Best First Feature at the Galway Film Festival and Best Screenplay at the 2012 Foggia Film Festival. Creagh also wrote and directed the 2013 short The Note, starring Aidan Gillen. Cry from the Sea, a feature he wrote is now fully funded and to be shot in March 2022 which will star Emily Beecham.


– Eileen Walsh
– Zara Devlin
– Ian Beattie


– Director: Ciaran Creagh
– Writer: Ciaran Creagh
– Producer: Ferdia Doherty, Ciaran Creagh, Niall Flynn
– Production Company : Hill Sixteen Features
– DOP: Dave Grennan
– Music: Craig Wedren
– Editor: Tony Cranstoun

Awards and Nominations

Dublin International Film Festival 2023
Nominee – Human Rights Film Award (Best Film)