The 1946 short Irish film "Killarney Scenes" from the Irish Film Institute is a nostalgia-inducing journey into Ireland's yesteryear.
The final moments of 1916 Easter Uprising Irish Volunteer Michael Joseph O’Rahilly are told in "Goodbye Darling," a 2016 short film presented by the Irish Film Institute.
British Pathé footage of Dublin after The 1916 Easter Rising has been preserved by the Irish Film Institute as part of its Irish Independence Collection.
"Kathleen Lynn: Rebel doctor" from the Irish Film Institute is necessary viewing this Women's History Month.
"Songs of the Emerald Isle," available now from The Irish Film Institute, is the perfect pre-St Patrick's Day treat.
The Irish Film Institute's IFI International streaming service will bring Irish film into homes across the world, in association with partner film festivals.
The Irish Film Institute presents this study of the sleepy village of Ennis, Co Clare, in the 1940s and how Shannon Airport affected daily life in the locality.
Milo O'Shea and Maureen Toal feature in the 1968 short Irish film 'Love and Money,' available now on the Irish Film Institute's IFIPlayer.
My Bloody Horrorthon Presents: Bleeding Hearts is available on the Irish Film Institute's IFI@Home platform in Ireland for Valentine's Day.
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.
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