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04:59:00

Michael Higgins, 6 minutes, 2013

04:59 features Maximilian Le Cain, Karen Power and the work of Gorging Limpet. Inspired by cinema and visual narrative, Michael’s work involves a range of both digital and analogue technologies, and concerns people’s perception of time and reality. In following an initial…

1916 Centenary Archive Shorts Programme 1

Various, 64 minutes, 1966

This Most Gallant Gentleman  A record of the return in 1965 of the exhumed body of Roger Casement, executed in London in 1916; the lying-in-state;  funeral procession and burial attended by Taoiseach Sean Lemass and other dignitaries. He was a…

1916 Centenary Archive Shorts Programme 2

Various, 64 minutes,

Eireville Time has stood still since the 1916 Easter Rising and everybody lives in the past tense.  A journalist from the present tense is sent to solve a mystery in this cleverly-constructed satire. James Finlan / 2002/ 24 mins/B/W Irland…

1916 Centenary Newsreel Ciné Concert

Various, 40 minutes aprox, 1916

IFI have curated a ciné-concert featuring a programme of newsreels documenting events immediately preceding and following the Easter Rising in Dublin in 1916. The British, German, American and Australian newsreels in this short programme were presented in 1916 in cinemas…

1916: The Irish Rebellion

Pat Collins & Ruan Magan, 80 minutes, 2016

‘1916: The Irish Rebellion’ is a landmark documentary narrated by acclaimed actor and Irishman Liam Neeson.  It examines the 1916 Easter Rising in Dublin and the subsequent events that led to the establishment of an independent Irish State and indirectly to…

23 Degrees 5 Minutes

Darragh O'Connell, 10 minutes, 2011

This animated short sees a professor with a zealous faith in mathematics head to the North Pole in search of co-ordinates he believes hold mythic power. Told largely as a retrospective narrative by one of the professor’s students, John Hurt…

32A

Marian Quinn, 89 minutes, 2007

Thirteen years old, Maeve (Ailish McCarthy) faces the difficulties of puberty in this coming of age drama. She and her three best friends joke about boys, kissing, and Maeve’s innocence; all of which makes the attention lavished upon her by…

4th Act

Turlough Kelly, 74 minutes, 2017

A powerful documentary telling the story of the displacement of a Dublin working-class community through the film and video archives of the community itself. Drawing on hundreds of hours of local material from the past thirty years, the film explores…

7th Son

Narayan Van Maele, 74 minutes, 2014

This short documentary by Narayan Van Maele focuses on the magical healing powers of the seventh son, as seen in figure of Mayo man Brian Lavin.

A Cambodian Spring

Chris Kelly, 121 minutes, 2017

An intimate portrait of three people caught up in the chaotic and often violent developments shaping modern-day Cambodia. Shot by Irish director Chris Kelly over six years, the film charts the gradual politicisation of two young mothers and one Buddhist monk, the growing…
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