Having served as chairman of the Irish Film Board for five years, Ossie Kilkenny wanted a change. He had set out to prove that Ireland could support a vibrant, indigenous film culture and he felt he had achieved his target. It was time to make way for fresh faces and new ideas.
Besides, the one-time U2 accountant and multi-millionaire businessman had his eyes on another prize.
A lifelong sports enthusiast, Kilkenny looked at the Irish...
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