Denis Condon takes a look at how a film of Ireland achieving nationhood proved impossible to show 100 years ago.
Denis Condon tracks a vigilant eye being kept on the cinema industry 100 years ago.
Denis Condon tells the tale of the “clutching hand” of cinema 100 years ago.
Denis Condon examines how cinema was becoming the nation’s entertainer 100 years ago.
Denis Condon writes about the expansion of cinema in Ireland at the end of 1915.
Denis Condon explores how picture houses offered a variety of attractions in their programme 100 years ago.
Denis Condon takes a look at how Irish audiences took a while to warm to the delights of Charlie Chaplin.
Denis Condon takes a look at the rising integration of cinemas into the business practices of Irish cities, towns and rural areas at the end of 1914 and how the war provided a topical subject matter with which to attract audiences.
Denis Condon looks back at the growing excitement around cinema in early 1914.
Denis Condon takes a look back at Irish cinema at the beginning of 1914 and how “picture houses” were growing in popularity in Dublin.