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Ireland: The Celtic Way (2013)

Three years in the making, 'Ireland: The Celtic Way' was filmed in 3D and presents a cinematically rich exploration of the land and legends of the emerald isle: Eire Land. Join filmmaker ... See full summary »

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Three years in the making, 'Ireland: The Celtic Way' was filmed in 3D and presents a cinematically rich exploration of the land and legends of the emerald isle: Eire Land. Join filmmaker Lauren Speeth, who traces her Celtic roots, discovering surprising Indo-European origins, a brave history of warfare, a vivid imagination, and a deep spirituality that still has much to teach us. Elves, fairies, and the role of imagination in surviving almost unimaginable trials are playfully explored. The film opens with crashing waves on rocks in foggy mists. Ireland is presented in all her beauty: Carrowmore, Knock, Newgrange, Holy Wells and more. Historic megalithic sites come to life. Wide-ranging perspectives, including: Br. Ronald Gallagher, of Saint Mary's College; local Irish workers; storyteller Padraig Meehan; Brigid scholar Fr Sean O Duinn; singer and theologian Noirin Ni Riain; and Fr. Peter McVerry, whose Irish sense of interconnectedness informs his work with Dublin teens. This film is ... Written by Anonymous

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