Stella Days

Stella Days
Directed by Thaddeus O'Sullivan
Produced by Noëlette Buckley
Finn Gjerdrum
Stein B. Kvae
Jackie Larkin
Lesley McKimm
Thaddeus O'Sullivan
Maggie Pope
Meinolf Zurhorst
Screenplay by Corinne Le Hong
Story by Michael Doorley
Starring Martin Sheen
Stephen Rea
Trystan Gravelle
Milly Plunkett
Tom Hickey
Joey O'Sullivan
Cinematography John Christian Rosenlund
Edited by Dermot Diskin
Distributed by Tribeca Film
Release date
March 9, 2012
Running time
100 minutes
Country Ireland
Language English
Budget $3,500,000 US[1]

Stella Days is a 2011 film directed by Thaddeus O'Sullivan and starring Martin Sheen as a Roman Catholic priest in rural Ireland during the mid-1950s.

The film is based on the book Stella Days: The Life and Times of a Rural Irish Cinema, written by Michael Doorley, which concerns the true story of how a small cinema came into being in the town of Borrisokane in County Tipperary. Filming took place in the town of Fethard rather than Borrisokane. The film was screened in front of an invited audience in the Clarke Memorial Hall, Borrisokane on 24 March 2012.[2][3][4][5]


  1. Stella Days | John Christian Rosenlund Retrieved June 22, 2016
  2. "Stella Days (2011)". Retrieved 2014-04-12.
  3. "Martin Sheen set to film 'Stella Days' in Tipperary". Retrieved 2014-04-12.
  4. Nenagh Guardian, 24 March 2012, p. 18, columns 6 and 7
  5. "Stella Days | The Life and Times of a Rural Irish Cinema". Retrieved 2014-04-12.

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