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The First Wave: Indigenous Film in the 1970s and 1980s

Martin McLoone

Martin McLoone is Professor of Media Studies attached to the Centre for Media Research at the University of Ulster, Coleraine. He is author of Irish Film: The Emergence of a Contemporary Cinema (BFI, 2000) and has edited numerous collections on aspects of the media in Britain and Ireland, including Broadcasting in a Divided Community: 70 Years of the BBC in Northern Ireland (Institute of Irish Studies, 1996), Big Picture, Small Screen: The Relations Between Film and Television (University of Luton Press, 1996) and Border Crossing: Film in Ireland, Britain and Europe (Institute of Irish Studies/BFI, 1994). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Irish Film : The Emergence of a Contemporary Cinema

British Film Institute, 2000

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... of Irish nationalism/republicanism as another patriarchal symbolic code. In many of Maeve’s reminiscences of childhood her father, Martin (Mark Mulholland) tells her stories and legends and literally interprets the details of the landscape...

Cultural Identity: The American Friend and the European Neighbour

Martin McLoone

Martin McLoone is Professor of Media Studies attached to the Centre for Media Research at the University of Ulster, Coleraine. He is author of Irish Film: The Emergence of a Contemporary Cinema (BFI, 2000) and has edited numerous collections on aspects of the media in Britain and Ireland, including Broadcasting in a Divided Community: 70 Years of the BBC in Northern Ireland (Institute of Irish Studies, 1996), Big Picture, Small Screen: The Relations Between Film and Television (University of Luton Press, 1996) and Border Crossing: Film in Ireland, Britain and Europe (Institute of Irish Studies/BFI, 1994). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Irish Film : The Emergence of a Contemporary Cinema

British Film Institute, 2000

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...The process of reimagining the nation inevitably touches on the kind of cultural identity that is experienced, valued or promoted by the younger generation. Ireland is now a long way from de Valera’s notion of ‘frugal self-sufficiency...

National Cinema in Ireland

Martin McLoone

Martin McLoone is Professor of Media Studies attached to the Centre for Media Research at the University of Ulster, Coleraine. He is author of Irish Film: The Emergence of a Contemporary Cinema (BFI, 2000) and has edited numerous collections on aspects of the media in Britain and Ireland, including Broadcasting in a Divided Community: 70 Years of the BBC in Northern Ireland (Institute of Irish Studies, 1996), Big Picture, Small Screen: The Relations Between Film and Television (University of Luton Press, 1996) and Border Crossing: Film in Ireland, Britain and Europe (Institute of Irish Studies/BFI, 1994). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Theorising National Cinema

British Film Institute, 2006

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... and Mediocrity: The Trouble with Recent Irish Cinema’, Cineaste xxiv (2–3) Contemporary Irish Cinema Supplement: 46–9. Brian McIlroy (1998), Shooting to Kill: Film-making and the ‘Troubles’ in Northern Ireland, Trowbridge: Flicks. Martin McLoone...

Introduction

Martin McLoone

Martin McLoone is Professor of Media Studies attached to the Centre for Media Research at the University of Ulster, Coleraine. He is author of Irish Film: The Emergence of a Contemporary Cinema (BFI, 2000) and has edited numerous collections on aspects of the media in Britain and Ireland, including Broadcasting in a Divided Community: 70 Years of the BBC in Northern Ireland (Institute of Irish Studies, 1996), Big Picture, Small Screen: The Relations Between Film and Television (University of Luton Press, 1996) and Border Crossing: Film in Ireland, Britain and Europe (Institute of Irish Studies/BFI, 1994). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Irish Film : The Emergence of a Contemporary Cinema

British Film Institute, 2000

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...In the autumn of 1999, Ireland’s national broadcasting service, RTÉ (Radio Telefis Éireann) broadcast a five-part documentary series on Irish emigration called The Irish Empire. Earlier that year, two independently produced films of some...

Nationalism, Popular Culture and the Cinema in Ireland

Martin McLoone

Martin McLoone is Professor of Media Studies attached to the Centre for Media Research at the University of Ulster, Coleraine. He is author of Irish Film: The Emergence of a Contemporary Cinema (BFI, 2000) and has edited numerous collections on aspects of the media in Britain and Ireland, including Broadcasting in a Divided Community: 70 Years of the BBC in Northern Ireland (Institute of Irish Studies, 1996), Big Picture, Small Screen: The Relations Between Film and Television (University of Luton Press, 1996) and Border Crossing: Film in Ireland, Britain and Europe (Institute of Irish Studies/BFI, 1994). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Irish Film : The Emergence of a Contemporary Cinema

British Film Institute, 2000

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... was extremely rare, the Prix Italia-winning A Week in the Life of Martin Cluxton (1971) being one accomplished exception (McLoone, 1984, pp. 65–8). The irony in all this is that Ireland produced one of world literature’s great urban novels...

The Abused Child of History: Neil Jordan’s The Butcher Boy (1997)

Martin McLoone

Martin McLoone is Professor of Media Studies attached to the Centre for Media Research at the University of Ulster, Coleraine. He is author of Irish Film: The Emergence of a Contemporary Cinema (BFI, 2000) and has edited numerous collections on aspects of the media in Britain and Ireland, including Broadcasting in a Divided Community: 70 Years of the BBC in Northern Ireland (Institute of Irish Studies, 1996), Big Picture, Small Screen: The Relations Between Film and Television (University of Luton Press, 1996) and Border Crossing: Film in Ireland, Britain and Europe (Institute of Irish Studies/BFI, 1994). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Irish Film : The Emergence of a Contemporary Cinema

British Film Institute, 2000

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...The opening credits to Neil Jordan’s The Butcher Boy are played against a background of comic book art illustrating heroes and action scenes across a range of different genres. In many ways, these scenes represent later manifestations...

Traditions of Representation: Political Violence and the Myth of Atavism

Martin McLoone

Martin McLoone is Professor of Media Studies attached to the Centre for Media Research at the University of Ulster, Coleraine. He is author of Irish Film: The Emergence of a Contemporary Cinema (BFI, 2000) and has edited numerous collections on aspects of the media in Britain and Ireland, including Broadcasting in a Divided Community: 70 Years of the BBC in Northern Ireland (Institute of Irish Studies, 1996), Big Picture, Small Screen: The Relations Between Film and Television (University of Luton Press, 1996) and Border Crossing: Film in Ireland, Britain and Europe (Institute of Irish Studies/BFI, 1994). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Irish Film : The Emergence of a Contemporary Cinema

British Film Institute, 2000

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... the government announced that it ‘had opened channels of communication’ with Sinn Féin, the republican movement’s political wing (McLoone, 1993, pp. 34–6). The peace process was under way and the space between ‘terrorist’ and ‘freedom fighter’...

Traditions of Representation: Romanticism and Landscape

Martin McLoone

Martin McLoone is Professor of Media Studies attached to the Centre for Media Research at the University of Ulster, Coleraine. He is author of Irish Film: The Emergence of a Contemporary Cinema (BFI, 2000) and has edited numerous collections on aspects of the media in Britain and Ireland, including Broadcasting in a Divided Community: 70 Years of the BBC in Northern Ireland (Institute of Irish Studies, 1996), Big Picture, Small Screen: The Relations Between Film and Television (University of Luton Press, 1996) and Border Crossing: Film in Ireland, Britain and Europe (Institute of Irish Studies/BFI, 1994). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Irish Film : The Emergence of a Contemporary Cinema

British Film Institute, 2000

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...The huge Irish diaspora in the USA was to become an important element in the emerging audience for popular cinema. It was the economic potential of this ethnic audience that brought the Kalem Company to Killarney in the 1910s, the first...

Modernisation and Cultural Ferment

Martin McLoone

Martin McLoone is Professor of Media Studies attached to the Centre for Media Research at the University of Ulster, Coleraine. He is author of Irish Film: The Emergence of a Contemporary Cinema (BFI, 2000) and has edited numerous collections on aspects of the media in Britain and Ireland, including Broadcasting in a Divided Community: 70 Years of the BBC in Northern Ireland (Institute of Irish Studies, 1996), Big Picture, Small Screen: The Relations Between Film and Television (University of Luton Press, 1996) and Border Crossing: Film in Ireland, Britain and Europe (Institute of Irish Studies/BFI, 1994). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Irish Film : The Emergence of a Contemporary Cinema

British Film Institute, 2000

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... as Radio Telefis Éireann (RTÉ). Television, in other words, was itself part of the modernisation process but went on to become the main channel for both mediating and defining the cultural ramifications of the drive for progress (McLoone...

Short Films and Plural Visions

Martin McLoone

Martin McLoone is Professor of Media Studies attached to the Centre for Media Research at the University of Ulster, Coleraine. He is author of Irish Film: The Emergence of a Contemporary Cinema (BFI, 2000) and has edited numerous collections on aspects of the media in Britain and Ireland, including Broadcasting in a Divided Community: 70 Years of the BBC in Northern Ireland (Institute of Irish Studies, 1996), Big Picture, Small Screen: The Relations Between Film and Television (University of Luton Press, 1996) and Border Crossing: Film in Ireland, Britain and Europe (Institute of Irish Studies/BFI, 1994). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Irish Film : The Emergence of a Contemporary Cinema

British Film Institute, 2000

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...When the first Film Board was closed down in 1987, the result was a hiatus in indigenous feature film production in Ireland that was to last until 1993. It is ironic, then, that this period also saw an exponential growth in short film...