Filmed in Co Down, "The Coming of the Black Dawn" from the Irish Film Institute will send shivers up your spine this spooky season!
"The End of the Counter" from the Irish Film Institute looks at the modernization of Ireland's markets.
In "Bye Bye Now," now available on the IFI Archive Player, rural Ireland reminisces on the joys and sorrows of phone boxes as they become obsolete in the modern world.
Historic newsreel featured by the Irish Film Institute shows the annual Sandycove Gala and Dun Laoghaire Regatta in full swing in summertime 1923.
'Blackwater Holiday' from the Irish Film Institute shows us what a canoeing holiday in Co Cork looked like nearly 60 years ago.
The 1962 Irish documentary 'Blessing the Aer Lingus Fleet' looks at the Irish airline's unique blending of Catholicism and technology.
Witness the slow and gentle pace of an Irish holiday in 'Ireland in a Horse Drawn Caravan,' now available on the Irish Film Institute's IFI Player.
'Two Hours from London,' a 1968 travelogue about Derry produced by Terence McDonald and John Hume, is now available on the Irish Film Institute's IFI Player.
Watch The Irish Film Institute preserved British Pathe footage of Scottish woman Julia Clarke laughing after being sentenced to prison in Ireland as part of Eamon de Valera's "Vice Act."
In 2012, two gay Irish people bravely addressed the annual St. Gerard Majella Novena in Dundalk, Co Louth about feeling excluded by Catholic doctrine.
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