Did you ever see that fantastic, high-production-values Gaelic series on the BBC in 2002 called Gruth is Uachdar (Crowdie and Cream)? Sadly I only caught the last episode by chance (I hope they repeat it sometime) but I recall thinking "Gosh I didn't know they'd made another feature film in Gaelic" - purely because it looked so good- high production values, but just very cinematic, visually stunning and beautifully acted as well.
(There was a feature film in Gaelic a few years ago which I saw in New Zealand (twice) called As an Eilean (To the Island) - it wasn't that great but it was lovely to see and to hear - I remember this bit where there is an incomer to this tiny island who is taciturn and arty and wears black... the local Wee Free preacher-man goes to the local school teacher (normally they hate each other) and says "As one educated man to another, what do you think of that black devil?!?!"). I laughed a lot.
Anyway. The lovely Leodhasach Bill MacLeod directed Gruth is Uachdar, and now he's producing a new series on BBC4 called "The Cinema Show". The first episode was on Friday but I haven't watched it yet- had to get someone to tape it as I hadn't got it together to get Freeview in time.