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ARCHIVE AT LUNCHTIME APRIL 2010: PROGRAMMES 1 & 2 (DOUBLE BILL)

ARCHIVE AT LUNCHTIME

This new series of free lunchtime screenings is drawn from the IFI Irish Film Archive collections.

All programmes are free and under a half hour in length making this a perfect way to spend your lunch hour. This month’s programmes feature travelogues designed to attract American visitors to Ireland.

PROGRAMME 1:
GLIMPSES OF ERIN
James A. Fitzpatrick presents fascinating aspects of Irish city and country life including ‘the fattest man in Ireland’.
FILM INFO:8 minutes, 1934, Black and White

THE IRISH IN ME
A twelve-year-old American girl comes to Ireland to spend time with her Irish relatives.
FILM INFO:8 minutes, 1959, Colour

PROGRAMME 2:
O’HARA’S HOLIDAY
O’Hara, a stressed-out New York cop, comes to Ireland to unwind and find his roots. He meets Kitty, who joins him on his travels to the beauty spots of rural Ireland and the hotspots of Dublin’s night-life where they are entertained by Peggy Dell and Kathleen Watkins.
FILM INFO:20 minutes, 1959, Colour

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