Paddy Cahill is a Dublin based documentary director, primarily making films about art and architecture. His 2016 documentary ‘Seán Hillen, Merging Views’ won best short documentary at Galway Film Fleadh and screened at many other prestigious film festivals as well as on RTÉ’s Shortscreen. 2017 his feature documentary ‘Amanda Coogan: Long Now’ premiered at the Audi Dublin International Film Festival. The film profiles the renowned Irish artist, and has since had many more screenings including at the Irish Film Institute, around Ireland, and internationally. In May 2019 he will take up a residency in Paris awarded by the Centre Culturel Irlandais. He is a member of The Screen Directors Guild of Ireland, The Irish Architectural Archive, DoCoMoMo Ireland, and Visual Artists Ireland. More at

Pigeons of Discontent premieres Sat Mar 2 | 2:30pm | Irish Short Docs Program