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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The Testament of Caleb Meke
A young man is left an old mansion in his uncle’s will. Too late he discovers that he's also inherited a legacy of witchcraft and demonology!
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Faint heart beware! Mysterious rituals and visions of the otherworldly make for an unnerving atmosphere in Roy Spence's fiendish depiction of the occult. As ever, local landmarks provide the backdrop to this Gothic Films production, with Clandeboye House and North Down's Swinley Bay featuring prominently. This film is courtesy of Roy Spence and is held in the Irish Film Archive.
Twin brothers Roy and Noel Spence have been making films like this for over fifty years; with subjects including crafty leprechauns, creatures from outer space, fifties rock 'n' rollers and the undead. You can enjoy many of these fantastical creations on BFI Player.