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Film practitioners and historians will reflect on the Appraising the Uprising programme, exploring the value and veracity of representations of Irish history on film; the impact and purpose of different genres; the exhibition history and reception of historical film and television; alternating versions of history from a range of geographic and temporal perspectives – how did the Rising look from 1926, 1966, and now 2016?

The panel will include film scholar and John Ford expert, Charles Barr; Andrew Gallimore, renowned director of a series of historical documentaries including The Treaty (1921) , The Siege (2012) and the forthcoming The Enemy Files (2016) and UCC historian Dr. John Borgonovo. This event will be chaired by Trinity professor Ruth Barton.


Approx. 60 mins


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