Irish Film Institute Dublin
Irish Film Institute Dublin

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Ardmore Studios From ’60s classics like The Lion in Winter and The Spy Who Came in from the Cold, and recent action adventures, including The Count of Monte Cristo, Reign of Fire and King Arthur to modern day Oscar winners such as Braveheart and My Left Foot, Ardmore Studios has long been established as Ireland’s leading film and television production centre. – Ardmore Studios

Bob Quinn His films include Poitín (the first feature film in the Irish language), Atlantean Quartet, which includes seminal documentaries on Ireland’s maritime relationship with the Orient, and the musical connection between the Irish and the Tatars. Lament for Art O Leary, Vox Humana, Budawanny (a ‘silent movie’), and Cloch. –

Frank Stapleton: A Portrait of the Artist: Across these works we encounter an intellect that is both limpid and ludic, a visual sense that is ambitious and original, and a commitment to exploring the condition of Irishness that is imaginative, engaged and wide-ranging. – Galway Film Fleadh

Cork Film Festival Established in 1956, CFF is an eclectic mix of big budget pictures, world cinema, innovative independent films, documentaries and short films from all over the globe and is a major showcase for Irish film production. – Cork Film Festival

IFTN the most comprehensive news service and directory for the Irish Film and Television industry. – IFTN

Irish Filmography The IFTN Filmography section is an extensive archive of information on films related to or filmed in Ireland. – IFTN

Irish Film and TV Directors The who’s who of Irish film and TV directors and companies, with biographies and filmographies. – IFTN

Irish Film Board Bord Scannán na hÉireann/the Irish Film Board (IFB) is the national development agency for the Irish film industry investing in talent, creativity and enterprise. Irish Film Board

Filmbase is a not-for-profit resource centre for filmmakers. Our building on Curved Street, in the heart of Dublin’s Temple Bar, is a public space where filmmakers can network, hire filmmaking equipment, take training courses and receive support and information about working within the Irish film industry. Filmbase also publishes the cultural magazine Film Ireland and administers a number of film and documentary production award schemes. – Filmbase

Interviews With Irish Women Filmmakers, Chapter Two from an unpublished monograph by Megan Sullivan (1999), an interview with Pat Murphy, director of Nora and Ann Devlin. – Conflict Archive on the INternet

Loopline Film Loopline specialises in documentaries, drama and archive restoration. – Loopline Film

UCD Centre for Film Studies Film Studies has long been an important subject of study within the Critical Humanities. A Centre for Film Studies was established in 1992 on the initiative of actor Gregory Peck, film producer Noel Pearson, former UCD President Dr Patrick Masterson and UCD Professors Andrew Carpenter and Richard Kearney. UCD School of English, Drama & Film

Censorship of Films (Amendment) Act 1925The full act, at BAILII, where you can find an archive of British and Irish case law & legislation. –

Censorship of Films (Amendment) Act 1930

Censorship of Films (Amendment) Act

Censorship of Films (Amendment) Act

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