Dublin: Red Mountain Press, 1996
A comprehensive and detailed filmography of Irish films and films depicting
Ireland and the Irish from 1896 to 1996. Films from thirteen countries are
listed in chronological sequence with complete crew and cast lists, narrative
synopses, reviews and critical assessments.
Still Irish: A Century of the Irish in Film
Kevin Rockett and Eugene Finn
Dublin: Red Mountain Press, 1995
A large collection of black and white stills from Irish cinema and cinema
about Ireland, from the beginning to 1995. With accompanying text by Kevin
Confessions of a Sewer Rat
by Ciaran Carty
Dublin: New Island Books, 1995
A personal account of the worst years of Irish film censorship - the policy,
the philosophy and the results. Illustrated.
Irish Cinema: An Illustrated History
Dublin: Anna Livia Press, 1988
Covers the history of cinema in Ireland from the late 1800's, to 1987.
With a wide selection of stills as well as filmographics and an extensive
Cinema and Ireland
Kevin Rocket, John Hill, Luke Gibbons
Dublin, Routledge, 1987
This the first comprehensive study of film production in Ireland and "Irishness"
in native, British and American films. Contributions from Kevin Rockett
- "History Politics and Irish Cinema", John Hill - "Images of Violence",
Luke Gibbons - "Romanticism, Realism and Irish Cinema".
Border Crossing: Film in Ireland, Britain and Europe
Eds Hainswroth, Hill and McLoone
Belfast: BFI/IIS, 1994
A collection of essays discussing the economic and cultural significance
of Europe for British and Irish film-makers. Film, cultural identities
and the new Europe.
The Cinema and Ireland
London: McFarland, 1988
A history of the subject, under the categories "Native Irish Film Production",
"The American FIlm Producer In Ireland", "Irish Literature and The Cinema",
"The Irishman in Hollywood" and "The Irish Image On American Screens".
Censorship in Ireland
Donal O Drisceoil
Cork, Cork University Press, 1996
The first major account and analysis of Emergency censorship in place
during the Second World War. Draws largely on primary source material
recently released into the public domain.
Field Day Essays 2: Transformations in Irish Culture
Cork, Cork University Press, 1996
An essay exploring cultural representations and how they may constitute
and transform social experience as well as reflecting it. Argues for a
rethinking of key concepts of traditiona dn modernity, race, gender and
class as they inform understanding of contemporary Ireland.
Fading Lights Silver Screens: A History of Belfast Cinemas
Antrim, Greystone Books, 1985
An affectionate history of Belfast cinemas from the turn of the centruy
to years since 1956. All 55 Belfast cinemas known to have existed at one
time or another is examined. With illustrations and black and white photographs.
Ireland : Film and Television
Manchester University Press/New York St Martin's Press 2000
Screening Ireland examines a century of screen representations of Ireland
from a cultural studies perspective. Skilfully exploring historical and
contemporary examples - from Irish Destiny to Father Ted - this book provides
an innovative, theoretically informed analysis of both film and television
that is comprehensively researched and clearly written.
Film: The Emergence of a Contemporary Cinema
British Film Institute
in Northern Ireland:Cultural Studies and Material Conditions
University Press of Florida, Septermber 1999
Hardback $49.94, 193 Pages