This riveting documentary explores the life, work and sensual poetic imagination of Máire Mhac an tSaoi, one of Ireland’s greatest living poets.
Today! New Irish Films coming to Melbourne
Brendan Duddy was a Derry business man – a fish and chip shop owner – a Republican but also a passionate pacifist.
Comedy, drama, documentary and Irish history, we’ve got something for everyone.
Eoin Hahessy’s insightful, low-budget film, Michael, They’ve Shot Them, is to be shown on RTE 1
A man who strode the world stage as a courageous reforming anti-colonialist.
Ireland’s 1916 Easter Rising helped to shape political forces in Australia at a crucial time in our own national history.
A BOOK REVIEW by Frances Devlin-Glass Vivien Igoe: The Real People of Joyce’s Ulysses, a Biographical Guide, University College Dublin Press, Dublin, 2016 ISBN: 978-1-910820-06-03 RRP: €40 This is a book that few lovers of Joyce will be able to resist, and they should be urged not to resist. We’ve known since the Linati schema was …
The films in the festival shine a light on contemporary Ireland.
The Melbourne Celtic Club’s Cultural Heritage Committee is holding a series of commemorative events