Provided courtesy of The Irish Film Institute, Roy Spence's 'The Attack of the Saucer People' is the perfect sci-fi choice to get you ready for Halloween.
The Irish Film Institute has been awarded again for its digital preservation advancements.
Before Ireland’s lighthouses were automated, they were tended by a crew, visited with fresh food and supplies just once every two weeks.
A perfect Leprechaun/Banshee Irish movie to watch as we get closer to Halloween.
Take a look at the outstanding Monsignor Reid collection, which offers a remarkable glimpse into Irish and American life in the mid-20th century.
The film takes the viewer on a journey around places with which the poet had a connection.
All the beauty of the Blackwater area in Co Cork explored by a group of young lads visiting from England and the continent.
This clip, provided by the Irish Film Institute, of U2 performing '11 O'Clock Tick Tock' in 1980s Dublin is wild.
Patrick Scott, the Irish 'Golden Boy' of art, won a National Prize at the Guggenheim International Award in 1960 and represented Ireland at the Venice Biennale in the same year.
Historic newsreel footage shows the aftermath of the Dublin 1916 Easter Rising as "British troops march through the streets of Dublin."
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Irish stew hot pot recipe for a cold winter's night
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Irish birth, marriage and death certificates now available online for free
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