Esperanza Productions

Esperanza Productions is an award winning independent production company and was founded by Anne Daly and Ronan Tynan in 1995. The company has won a number of major awards over the years with Tynan and Daly receiving the Television Journalism of the Year Award in 1999 for Dropping the Number 10 for Dili. In 1996 they won the National Television Broadcasting Award for When Happiness is a Place for Your Child. Other documentaries include 'Race To The Bottom' about the exploitation of women in the garment industry in Bangladesh; 'Mothers Against The Odds' filmed in Ireland and Kenya, and their latest feature length film the acclaimed 'Syria - The Impossible Revolution'.