Uploaded 15 April, 2012.
Featuring the Nation: Knocknagow (1918) and the Film Company of Ireland
Introduction: Ireland’s Own Film by Stephen DonovanKnocknagow, the Film Company of Ireland, and Other Irish Historical Films, 1911–1920 by Kevin RockettThe Making of an Irish Nationalist: James Mark Sullivan and the Film Company of Ireland in America by Dan Schultz & Maryanne Felter“Pointing a Topical Moral at the Present”: Watching Knocknagow in 1918 by Denis CondonThe Film Company of Ireland and the Irish-American Press by Gary D. Rhodes“For the honour of old Knock-na-gow I must win”: Representing Sport in Knocknagow (1918) by Seán CrossonIrish National Discourse in the Poems and Songs in Knocknagow (1918) by Christopher Natzén
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