1 x 7min film as part of exhibition
3 x 2min film for website and mobile download
4 x 2 min audio pieces for Museum guide
Series of short films produced for the National Museum of Ireland to accompany their exhibition on the Faddan More Psalter.
On July 20th 2006, a remarkable archaeological find was uncovered in a remote bog at Faddan More, in north Tipperary, close to the town of Birr. Local man Eddie Fogarty was cutting peat with a mechanical digger when he spotted something unusual that looked like some sort of book. It would be heralded by Dr. Pat Wallace, Director of Ireland's National Museum as “the most important day in the history of the Museum since 1868 when the Ardagh Chalice came in.”
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