Before my recent Welsh wanderings, I was last seen in the company of Cymraeg activists back in 1985 when
THE annual Belfast Film Festival is returning this month, and with it comes a brand new Irish language documentary charting the history of the city over the last 100 years. The new film, titled ‘Cathair Ghonta’ (Wounded City), is produced by Bóthar Ard, the filmmaking arm of the Belfast Media Group, publishers of the South Belfast News, and sister publications the Andersonstown News and North Belfast News.
A new series of groundbreaking documentaries by the Belfast Media Group on four exceptional individuals facing daunting challenges premiered on TG4 last Monday and will be repeated on Saturday.
Trailer for Dúshlán, Bóthar Ard’s first TV show. Probing documentary following Irish speaking New Yorker, Sgt Séamus ó Fhianghusa on deployment in Afghanistan.
As part of the prep work for a new documentary commissioned by TG4 to mark the centenary of the Titanic launch, I spent the weekend trailing around after Ainle Ó Cairealláin, the talented young presenter of the planned hour-long programme, ‘An Chathair Ghonta’ (‘Wounded City’).