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My ancestors - O'Mara - Contents


Films of James Mark Sullivan, 1916-20

Films produced by James Mark Sullivan and the Film Company of Ireland, 1916-20.
All silent movies.

See Film Company of Ireland filmography in [Screening The Past, 2012].


1916

  1. O'Neill of the Glen (also here and here), 1916. "Released July 1916". Listed as FCI's first film, screened at the Bohemian Theatre in Dublin, 7th Aug 1916. See account: "a cameraman from the Film Company of Ireland photographed audience members as they walked into the theater. The footage was then screened as an addition to the film at subsequent screenings"

  2. Puck Fair Romance (also here and here), 1916.
  3. Woman's Wit (also here and here), 1916 (or 1917).
  4. The Miser's Gift (also here and here), 1916 (or 1917).
  5. Food of Love (also here), 1916.
  6. The Eleventh Hour (also here), 1916.
  7. The Girl From the Golden Vale, 1916.

  8. Irish Jarvey Tales, 1916.
  9. Shanachies Tales, 1916.
  10. Treasure Trove, 1916.
  11. Fun at a Finglas Fair, 1916.
  12. A Girl of Glenbeigh (also here), 1916 (NOT 1917 or 1918).


1917

  1. The Widow Malone (also here and here), made in 1916 (NOT 1917). Released January 15, 1917.
  2. An Unfair Love Affair (also here), made in 1916 (NOT 1917). Released January 22, 1917.

  3. A Passing Shower, 1917.
  4. Serial of Twenty Irish Scenics (1917).
  5. Cleansing Fires, 1917.
  6. A Man's Redemption, 1917.
  7. When Love Came to Gavin Burke (also here), filmed 1917 (definitely), released 1917 or 1918.
  8. Rafferty's Rise (also here), 1917 (NOT 1918). Jim Sullivan produced it.

  9. Blarney (also here), 1917.
  10. The Byeways of Fate (also here), 1917.
  11. The Irish Girl (also here), 1917.
  12. The Upstart (also here), 1917.


1918-20

  1. Knocknagow (1918).

  2. The Republican Loan film (1919).

  3. Willy Reilly and his Colleen Bawn (1920).

  4. Paying the Rent (also here), 1919 (or 1920).
  5. In the Days of Saint Patrick, 1920, was produced by the "General Film Company of Ireland".





List of films of the Film Company of Ireland.
In Irish Limelight, Dec 1917.
From here in [Screening The Past, 2012].



Ad for Serial of Twenty Irish Scenics from the Film Company of Ireland.
In Irish Limelight, Aug 1917.
From here in [Screening The Past, 2012].




References

  


Sources yet to be consulted






The film "Knocknagow" (1918)




The Republican Loan film (1919)




The film "Willy Reilly and his Colleen Bawn" (1920)




"Whatever the limitations of the two major fiction film production companies, Kalem and the Film Company of Ireland, working in Ireland during 1910-20, they did produce the first positive fictional images of Ireland on film."
- From part 41 of [Rockett, 2014 edn].








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