Dearbhla Glynn explores the impact of war on a community and presents an uncompromising examination of this sexual violence perpetrated with impunity against women and girls. The films explores the experience of both the survivors and perpetrators - foot-soldiers, rebel generals, high ranging commandants. What emerges is an arresting and brutal account of how war leaves few victors - least of all women - whose value is often rendered worthless.
Dearbhla’s film is an impassioned snapshot of the daily lives of Gazans in the wake of the Operation Cast Lead offensive in 2010. A powerful reminder of the need to end their ongoing suffering.
Feature music documentary where two Irish musicians Liam O’ Maonlaí and Paddy Keenan travel into the heart of Africa, Mali.
Dearbhla travelled to Basra, Iraq researching depleted uranium and the rise of cancer and birth deformities inChildren since the war.
In August 2015 after the Ebola crisis Dearbhla travelled through northern Liberia and the Guinea Forestiere, interviewing survivors of the Ebola Virus.
Once a year, far out on a vacant expanse of the Nevada Desert, a most surreal city is constructed in the scorching heat. Dust Devils is a frank and visually striking documentary at the heart of the Burning Man experience.
An art installation by Dearbhla Glynn, made in collaboration with Tom' O Dea and Hazel Mc Cague at Body & Soul Festival, 2018.