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James Mullholland, Basketmaker

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This short documentary film, made by Roy Spence for the Ulster Folk Museum, focuses on the work of master willow-weaver, James Mulholland of Gawley’s Gate, Co. Armagh. The film traces the various stages in the making of a willow log basket from cutting the raw willow rods through to the completed product. Roy Spence is […]

Valley Ice Cream: Big Red

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An advertisement for Valley Ice Cream, encouraging people to get their next ice cream pop from ‘the big red fridge’. Featuring all the favourites, including Choc Ice. Valley Ice Cream was based in Thurles, Co Tipperary, and closed in 1997. To see more from The Irish Adverts Project, click here. (1063)

The Last Elk

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The Last Elk re-imagines the story of the last of the wild Irish elk. Each animal is represented by a different musical sound; the elk experience peace, alongside harshness and strife, but always remain harmonious. When the last elk is killed at the hand of man, the music ceases, and the elk becomes a relic […]

Urban Tails

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These funky foxes from Dublin sing in their own music video to educate us about what life is really like for the creatures living among us in our cities. With kind permission of Pink Kong Studios. (252)

Cad é Sin

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Cad é Sin is a short film based on the Irish song Cad é sin don té sin. It was created for Cartoon Saloon as part of the Anam an Amhráin TV Series which was shown on TG4. With kind permission of Giant Animation Studios. (415)

Kiskadee: Jungle

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Colourful advertisement for Kiskadee rum, showing a variety of scenarios where people enjoy the drink. The advertisement is accompanied by a lively soundtrack and strapline: ‘Kiskadee, that’s the way the playground swings.’ To see more from The Irish Adverts Project, click here. (1252)

Bass Ale: The Dubliners

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An advertisement for Bass Ale, in which The Dubliners are seen traveling from an airport to a Dublin pub (O’Donoghue’s, Merrion Row). where they sing a song and enjoy a pint of the Cork ale. Inside, the group sing a song to the tune of Rocky Road to Dublin and Ronnie Drew drinks from a […]