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FILMOGRAPHY
TOILET
TOILET (1989): The very first Boris McGooligan Film; written by Craig, it’s not to everyone’s taste, but it certainly set the style of the McGooligan sense of humour and launched our careers.
RAVE
NOISE
NOISE (1990): As a follow up to Toilet and featuring the same obsessive compulsive character played by Peter McGowan, Noise is set the day after the events in the toilet and is just as surreal.
TIGGIE
TIGGIE (2010): Boris McGooligan’s favourite writing partner – the award winning maestro of words Alex Ferguson, Tiggie is a dramatisation of the first part of his Kindle book. We set the style of a one actor narrative (played by Jane Jazawaki) who also plays the parts of all of the other characters. Again, surreal and covering a subject some would say taboo for a young audience – but that’s McGooligan.
Lads Part I
LADS (2011) Part 1: Alex Ferguson’s work with the Bold as Brass Theatre Company comprised of young people from under privileged and dysfunctional families as well as physically handicapped and able-bodied kids was essentially written by the cast. Hard hitting and too close to the bone for most ‘safe’ viewers, this is the first part of a true story. Set in Alex’s native South Shields in Northern England, it tells the story of a group of young people at odds with society and the law.
Lads Part II
LADS (2011) Part 2: Alex Ferguson’s work with the Bold as Brass Theatre Company comprised of young people from under privileged and dysfunctional families as well as physically handicapped and able-bodied kids was essentially written by the cast. Hard hitting and too close to the bone for most ‘safe’ viewers, this is the first part of a true story. Set in Alex’s native South Shields in Northern England, it tells the story of a group of young people at odds with society and the law.
TATTOO
TATTOO
In 2016, Boris McGooligan, now only comprising of Craig lines and Rich Mahoney, made the short feature drama Tattoo. This film was officially selected for the Los Angeles International Film Festival.
A New York City Assistant District Attorney is traumatized when witnessing a state execution during the violent times of the 1970's.
Dream Within a Dream poster
A DREAM WITHIN A DREAM was made for a dance film competition in 2012, winning the award for best dance video. Based on a poem by Edgar Allen Poe, the story explores the moment just after death, and the soul's reluctance to leave the one she loved and move to the afterlife. The film features a beautiful recitation of the poem by legendary actor David Andrews, and a moving soundtrack by Gorecki. Written and Directed by Craig Lines, Photographed and Edited by Rich Mahoney.
SIR PETER USTINOV
SIR PETER USTINOV
The voice at the end of every McGooligan film belongs to that of the late, great, Sir Peter Ustinov CBE FRSA; an English actor, writer, dramatist, filmmaker, theatre and opera director, stage

designer, screenwriter, comedian, humourist, newspaper and magazine columnist, radio broadcaster, and television presenter. 
Whilst recording a voiceover for a documentary in 1994, Craig asked Sir Peter if he would mind endorsing Boris McGooligan Productions – you can hear the question
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Dream Within a Dream poster

A DREAM WITHIN A DREAM was made for a dance film competition in 2012, winning the award for best dance video. Based on a poem by Edgar Allen Poe, the story explores the moment just after death, and the soul's reluctance to leave the one she loved and move to the afterlife. The film features a beautiful recitation of the poem by legendary actor David Andrews, and a moving soundtrack by Gorecki. Written and Directed by Craig Lines, Photographed and Edited by Rich Mahoney.

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