Bloody Sunday (Hells Kitchen/Granada, 2002), directed by Paul Greengrass, was inspired by Don Mullan’s book, ‘Eyewitness Bloody Sunday’. Mullan was co-producer and, at the request of the director, had a cameo role as a Bogside priest.
The movie went on to win several international awards including Sundance and the Berlin Golden Bear.
Following the success of Bloody Sunday, Greengrass asked Don to work with him on the movie Omagh.
Bloody Sunday launched Paul Greengrass into a successful Hollywood career.