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Continuing our annual Bloomsday celebration, we present an array of short films inspired by the work of James Joyce.
DOUBLE BILL Programme:
An animated potted Ulysses directed by Tim Booth. FILM INFO: 3 minutes, 1998, Colour
PITCH AND PUTT WITH BECKETT AND JOYCE
A parody of the personae and writing styles of Joyce and Beckett, directed by Donald Clark.
FILM INFO: 3 minutes, 2001, Colour
Dublin, June 16th 1904 through photographs from the Lawrence Collection (directed by Kieran Hickey).
FILM INFO: 10 minutes, 1968, Black and White
AMHARC ÉIREANN: EAGRÁN 159
Joyce Tower Opened!
FILM INFO: 3 minutes, 1962, Gael Linn, Black and White
EAMON MORRISSEY’S JOYCEMEN
Against a backdrop of nostalgic scenes of Dublin: Switzer’s Christmas window, Brown Thomas on the other side of the street, the Joyce Tower and Mulligan’s pub, Eamon Morrissey reads passages from Ulysses.
FILM INFO: 5 minutes, ca 1980, Colour
JAMES JOYCE’S DUBLIN
This short documentary written by Ulick O’Connor and narrated by Micheál MacLiammoóir explores the Dublin in which Joyce lived and worked before his departure for Europe.
FILM INFO: 20 minutes, 1966, Black and White Mike O’Connor/ 1966