Denis Condon explores how cinema, in Dublin especially, was about to change radically as it underwent a post-World War I, post-1916 Rising building boom 100 years ago.
Film historian Denis Condon highlights the banning and seizure of the Sinn Fein Review, a compilation of Irish Events newsreel (1917 – 1920) items 100 years ago.
Denis Condon explores how cinema gave rise to the criminal behaviour / entrepreneurial spirit of the young Boland gang 100 years ago.
Denis Condon breathes life into the obscure 1917 Film Company of Ireland film ‘When Love Came to Gavin Burke’.
Denis Condon introduces ‘Knocknagow’, “the most significant film made in Ireland during the silent period.”
Denis Condon explores the particular case of the 1917 lost comedy ‘Rafferty’s Rise’.
Denis Condon takes a look at cinema’s growing instructive role 100 years ago.
Denis Condon takes a look at Ireland’s first newsreel, Irish Events, launched 100 years ago.
Denis Condon takes a look at the Film Company of Ireland’s First Season one hundred years ago.
Denis Condon takes a look at how cinema 100 years ago introduced tantalizing glimpses of a new war machine. .