ARCHIVE AT LUNCHTIME FEBRUARY 2018: DOUBLE BILL

ASPECTS OF IRELAND – DOUBLE BILL

Join us for free films from the IFI Irish Film Archive. Simply collect tickets at IFI Box Office please see www.ifi.ie for more information.

 

GLIMPSES OF ERIN

This travelogue made for US cinema audiences espouses the quality of life in rural Ireland and conveys the optimism generated by the development of the new nation.

DIRECTOR: James A Fitzpatirck

FILM INFO: 10 mins, Ireland, 1934

 

IRELAND ON THE GO

“Ireland is a country well on its way into the future but with one foot in the past she cherishes so much”. Ireland on the Go includes footage from Bunratty Castle, the Rose of Tralee competition, the Galway Oyster Festival and Dublin.

DIRECTOR: Richard Matt

FILM INFO: 14 mins, Ireland, 1966

 

PROSPECTS OF IRELAND

This travelogue was designed to promote Ireland as an attractive tourist destination for English travellers: a country with “empty roads, empty beaches, no passports for English people, no language barrier”, a quiet haven without any of the pressures of modern life.

DIRECTOR: Nick Nicholls

FILM INFO: 30 mins, UK, 1970

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