Northern Ireland Screen's Digital Film Archive is a free public access resource for teachers, students, historians and anyone who has an interest in moving images. Spanning from 1897 to the present day, the films in the Digital Film Archive cover all aspects of life in Northern Ireland and includes everything from dramas to documentaries, newsreels and features, animation to amateur footage.
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Food for Thought
Hangry animals demand better grub in this bizarre advert by E.T. Green
Advert 6 mins
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What has the animals on Henry’s farm talking in Northern Irish accents? Could it be that they know why Tommy Mullen’s livestock are a picture of health and stamina? Discover the magic of E. T. Green’s and see inside their mill in Donegal Quay before returning to Henry’s farm to see if his livestock will get what they were asking for.
This film comes from the E.T. Green collection held by Wadell Media Ltd. Explore the Britain on Film map to discover more films commissioned by E.T. Green to caputure rural life in Northern Ireland.
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