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  • Patricia

    Friday 27th November 2020, 05:35PM
  • Flight of the Doves! Filmed in different parts of County Galway including my first home in Dunlo Street, Ballinasloe, where they filmed the Garda Barracks scenes! They used actual Gardai as extras because my Uncle Liam was a young recruit at the time and he is in it! 

    IrelandXO Moderator LC

    Wednesday 2nd December 2020, 09:54PM
  • If you get a chance, the documentary called Out of Ireland is great.

    LGMiller

    Wednesday 2nd December 2020, 11:12PM
  • I would add The Wind That Shakes The Barley, Philomena, and Waking Ned Devine.  So many good Irish movies!!

     

     

    EllenMM

    Thursday 3rd December 2020, 12:13AM
  • More in from our IrelandXO Facebook fans...

     

    IrelandXO_DM

    Thursday 3rd December 2020, 03:52AM
  • I love anything Irish but the first Irish movie I saw at the cinema was Ryan's Daughter. Loved the story and the scenery in that one.  

    Another one I loved particularly was Philomena, partly because of Judi Dench but it was a true story.

    THANKS for this listing above, so many others I haven't seen that I will look out for now. :)

    monmike

    Thursday 3rd December 2020, 04:56AM
  • Into The West with Gabriel Byrne

    Cal with Liam Neeson

    The Catholics with Trevor Howard

    MNM

    Thursday 3rd December 2020, 09:13AM
  • Thursday 3rd December 2020, 01:55PM
  • Guess where my name comes from - now you know what my Dad's favorite movie was!

    mkeillor

    Sunday 28th February 2021, 08:12PM
  • I'd like to add Man of Arran  by Robert J Flaherty 1934

    Jan

    Sunday 28th February 2021, 08:42PM
  • Black '47 - Set in Ireland during the Great Famine, the film follows an Irish Ranger who has been fighting for the British Army abroad, as he abandons his post to reunite with his family. The title is taken from the most devastating year of the famine, 1847, which is referred to as "Black '47".  The film is much like an old-style American Western, but the Irish version...

    Dennis A Smith

    Monday 1st March 2021, 12:11PM