Jake's family have been up to some suspicious behaviour. He is 10 now and will not be left in the dark! Jake decides it's time to do some detective work. As our Sleuth puts the pieces of the puzzle together he starts to think that maybe his Mam, Lisa, is conducting some espionage of her own.

Director Bio

Leah has a degree in Drama (Performance) from DIT has been acting in theatre and film from a very young age. Most recently Dub Daze (Story Creative Artists) which premiered in the Dublin International Film Festival. Dublin Will Show You How (Abbey Theatre). Leah devised and directed her first original play 8 Chairs which debuted in Smock Alley Theatre in Spring 2014. Since then she has gone on to direct numerous productions in theatres such as Smock Alley, The Lyric Belfast and The MAC Belfast. Most recently Leah assistant directed the touring productions of Rapids and the Talking Shop Ensemble show Making a Mark in Dublin Fringe both by Shaun Dunne. Leah wrote and performed as Casey in Wasting Paper in Smock Alley Theatre and as part of the DIGTF where she won the Oscar Wilde Award for New Writing. Leah has directed music videos and is an associate artist on such shorts as Coventry and Iarscolaire which both premiered at DIFF. Leah has started her own production company called Imagine All Productions and has written and directed the company's debut film Sleuth.

Douglas Reddan is a Clare-born artist based in Dublin. His practice is primarily concerned with dance, while also incorporating his expertise in film and an engagement with performance art. Douglas is primarily based at Fly Dance Studio, a hub for urban dance in Ireland. His recent artistic achievements include his self-directed video ‘So Much Betta’, his choreographic collaborations with the ‘FLY YOUTH’ ensemble, his direction of TUD’s Dance Society, choreographer for Tv personality and performer Paul Ryder, & Uk based Danish artist Marie Dahlstrom.


  • Directed by:Leah Moore & Douglas Reddan
  • Written by:Leah Moore
  • Produced by:Imagine All Productions - Leah Moore
  • Runtime:11 mins
  • Completion Date:May 10, 2020
  • Country of Origin:Ireland
  • Country of Filming:Ireland
  • Language:English
  • Category:Family-Friendly
  • Selection:Family Friendly - Programme 1
  • Category:Family-Friendly
  • In Person Screening Time & Venue:Nov 7th Ballymahon Library 10 - 10:30am
  • Online Screening TimeNov 7th 1pm - 10pm
  • Links: Website

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  • November 5th, 2021

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