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Early Irish Cinema: “A Photo-Play of Unique National Interest”: Seeing Knocknagow in Irish Cinemas, January-April 1918

Early Irish Cinema: “A Photo-Play of Unique National Interest”: Seeing Knocknagow in Irish Cinemas, January-April 1918

| August 22, 2018 | Comments (0)

Denis Condon introduces ‘Knocknagow’, “the most significant film made in Ireland during the silent period.”

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Fred O’Donovan: not just Knocknagow

Fred O’Donovan: not just Knocknagow

| September 12, 2016 | Comments (0)

Charles Barr examines the career of Fred O’Donovan, the director of the Film Company of Ireland’s ambitious feature-length adaptation (1918) of Charles Kickham’s novel Knocknagow.

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