Lenny Abrahamson shares his favorite movies from the "treasure trove of Ireland's cinematic past" at the Irish Film Institute.
Ireland's first head of government William T. Cosgrave visited the US and Canada in January 1928 to speak about Ireland's achievements.
Rudolph must have been resting! Watch as Santa Claus water-skis into Dublin City for Christmas 1962 from the Irish Film Institute.
Have a look at Dublin's famous 'Moving Crib' Christmas display from 1963, courtesy of The Irish Film Institute.
The 1962 fall fashion show held at Cassidy's in Dublin provides a peek into the Irish fashion of the era.
Irish filmmaker Roy Spence takes on a Halloween classic in his 1964 short film 'The Tomb of Frankenstein.'
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.
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