1. Bramble Photo Wedding Slide Show

    16:37

    from Steve Kelly Added 359 0 1

    About 150 photos from various weddings covered by Bramble Photo

    + More details
    • Set Build: Don Bucefalo

      00:47

      from Wexford Festival Opera Added 109 0 1

      Wexford Festival Opera 22 October - 2 November www.wexfordopera.com A behind the scenes look at the set build of our Main Stage Opera 'Don Bucefalo'. For more information about our full season programme, log onto www.wexfordopera.com.

      + More details
      • The Heart of Miami

        04:56

        from Body Echo LLC Added 389 1 1

        The Heart of Miami Introduction This is a ten-screen video wall installation. The size of the film is 768 x 13660 pixels. The overall multiple screen size is approximately 35 feet wide. The film was built as a lossless 768 x 13660 pixel resolution motion graphic. It was then split to be presented as one seamless film on a video wall of ten 46 inch LCD monitors installed in a single edge to edge horizontal networked array in the Research & Development Building One at the University of Miami’s life Sciences Park. The intention of the film is to celebrate life science and to compliment the wide range of innovative work being undertaken by engineers, doctors, and research scientists at the facility. The content of the film includes references to scientific visualizations, but this is not the main focus of the work, the film is rather a free form artwork in 8 sequences intended as a personal celebration of selected areas of research. The film plays as a 15-minute loop. Credits Artist and Director: Hugh O’Donnell VFX Composite Animation: Akhil Bhatt Media Specialist: Howard Kaplin After Effects Animation: Hugh O’Donnell Producer: Tina Eden © Copyright 2011, Hugh O'Donnell, All rights reserved. All specially supplied scientific visualizations are the properties of their respective owners.

        + More details
        • L'arlesiana by Franceso Cilèa - Wexford Festival Opera 2012

          04:48

          from Wexford Festival Opera Added 804 0 1

          24, 27, 30 October, 2 November For booking information visit www.wexfordopera.com A behind the scenes look at the upcoming production of L'arlesiana by Franceso Cilèa at the 61st Wexford Festival Opera with behind the scenes footage as well as interviews with David Angus (Conductor), Rosetta Cucchi (Director), Dmitry Golovnin (Federico), Mariangela Sicilia (Vivetta) and Christopher Robertson (Baldassarre). Love pervades this story of a young man, Federico, and his family and friends in the countryside near Arles in the south of France. But this is no rural idyll, this is real life. The passions and emotions of Federico, his mother Rosa, Vivetta, who has always loved him, and Metifio, his rival in love, have a powerful universal resonance. Cilèa’s 1897 opera depicts the superstitions surrounding a handicapped child, Federico’s obsessive love for a mysterious woman, his jealousy of Metifio, his mother’s all-consuming love for him, and the shy Vivetta, who loves Federico and suffers agonies of misery over him. At the centre of it all is l’Arlesiana, the woman from Arles. She never appears but – unwittingly, perhaps – pulls the strings as they all dance to her tune.

          + More details
          • Your Rivers Have Trained You (Trailer)

            03:39

            from Paul O'Reilly Added 500 0 1

            EAMONN WALL: Your Rivers Have Trained You is a portrait of one of Ireland’s leading poets. Filmed in Eamonn’s native homeplace, Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford, Ireland, the poet walks us through several chapters of his life, interweaving them with extracts from poems and essays that characteristically have come to reveal so much about his family, travels and influences. From difficulties experienced in early school years, through to becoming Professor of English at the University of Missouri-St. Louis in America, Eamonn Wall takes us on a journey from childhood to fatherhood, talking candidly of his emigration to New York, of the “New Irish”, of having children, of the impact of Irish storytelling and songs on his work, of discovering new poetic forms, of being published, of politics on both sides of the Atlantic, of his regular commutes across the ocean, and of his family.

            + More details
            • Girl Arleen, Wexford 720p

              13:28

              from Stewie Andrews Added

              On 13 November 1989, the Irish Motor Fishing Vessel, MFV Girl Arleen, was struck by another vessel whilst fishing for herring in thick fog and sank in 13 minutes. She lies in 30m sea water and about 5 miles East of Slade harbour on the Hook Head peninsula in Wexford, Ireland. The crew were safely recovered.

              + More details
              • The Mick Wallace Mix

                02:42

                from Strawberry Films Added 3,747 1 1

                Mick Wallace debating in Dáil Eireann. Music: Leftfield - Universal Everything

                + More details
                • Irish Landscapes

                  04:14

                  from Richard Creagh Added 805 19 1

                  Put together on a rainy evening after work... Filmed on a Canon 7D, with a few scenes from a 600D. www.richardcreagh.com www.facebook.com/richardcreaghphotography

                  + More details
                  • Tuskar Rock Lighthouse

                    08:48

                    from Documenting Rosslare Added 746 1 1

                    The light was first exhibited on 4th June 1815 and in foggy weather a bell was tolled every half minute. The tower was and still is painted white. Two serious mishaps occurred during the construction of the tower, one on the night of 18th October 1812 when 10 out of 24 workmen were swept off the rock and drowned during a violent storm. The second was on 22nd August 1814 when a stone cutter fell 72 feet (22m) to his death. During wartime small rocks like Tuskar were very vulnerable to drifting mines which had parted from their moorings. One of these mines exploded when it struck the rock on 2nd December 1941 injuring two assistant keepers, W. J. Cahill and P. Scanlan. Both were brought ashore by the Rosslare lifeboat but unfortunately Patrick Scalan died in hospital the next day. Reliefs of rocks and islands by helicopter started in October 1969, at that time Tuskar was not on the list but by 1972 a 10m diameter concrete pad had been built on the rock in readiness for the reliefs which commenced on 30th January 1975 and are carried out from Ballygillane near Rosslare Harbour. On 31st March 1993 the lighthouse was converted to automatic operation and the keepers were withdrawn from the station. The station is in the care of an Attendant and Assistant Attendant and the aids to navigation are also monitored via a telemetry link from Irish Lights Dun Laoghaire.

                    + More details
                    • Our lady's Island - 18/02/2015

                      03:39

                      from Alex N Added 1,200 5 1

                      Great session in Wexford with 22-25 knots. Riders: Daniel Mikus, Alex Niznik Music: Every Day Is A Saturday - Pronobozo

                      + More details

                      What are Tags?

                      Tags

                      Tags are keywords that describe videos. For example, a video of your Hawaiian vacation might be tagged with "Hawaii," "beach," "surfing," and "sunburn."