Brr! The Irish Film Institute presents "A Wet Christmas in Howth" where waterskiers take to the freezing cold Balscadden Bay on Christmas Day in 1961.
"Christmas in the City," now available on the Irish Film Institute, shows the great excitement of the holidays in 1963 Dublin.
In "The Lad from Old Ireland," which debuted in 1910, poor Irish farmer Terry ventures to the US - but will he stay?
In "Irish Co-Operative Gathers Peat," the Irish Film Institute provides a look at life in Ireland a century ago.
The Irish Film Institute features Patrick Carey's 1970 film "Errigal" to commemorate World Day for Audiovisual Heritage.
"Mists of Time" is a portrait of the mythology surrounding Ireland’s megalithic tombs, and their interplay with the pagan festival of Samhain.
"Living in the Landscape," now available on the IFI Player, delves into the history and creation of traditional tools used in everyday life in Ireland.
The GAA Collection from The Irish Film Institute features highlights from All-Ireland football and hurling finals from 1947 - 1968
The Irish Film Institute shares historic newsreel footage capturing a day in Belfast in the 1920s.
“Tax on Kerry Cows” from The Radharc Collection is now available to stream for free on the IFI Player.
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