Irish language short films

Gearrscannáin: 20 Irish Language Short Films You Can Watch For Free Online


From Irish podcasts, short films, theatre productions, closleabhair (audiobooks) and Irish language short films, there are so many things that you can enjoy online today. But often, finding these nuggets as Gaeilge can

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Author Máire Zepf on creating outstanding books in the Irish Language


County Down native Máire Zepf is one of Ireland’s most impressive authors. Her incredible work has garnered her critical acclaim, earning her the title of Northern Ireland’s first Children’s Writing

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Irish Language Video Games

EXCLUSIVE: PUBG ‘as Gaeilge’ is finally coming to console


The widely popular game PUBG (PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS) is getting its long-awaited Irish language version for console this July. The game already has a version with the Irish language on PC

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Irish Language learners share their stories and tips to become more fluent


For many, learning a new language can be a lifelong journey. But for those who learned the Irish language in school, it’s quite often a situation where they are rediscovering

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Closleabhair: 13 Irish language audiobooks you can listen to for free online


From Irish podcasts, short films, theatre productions and more, there is plenty of content from the arts and creative world that you can enjoy online right now. But let’s not

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‘Celtic Knot’ minority language conference to take place online


[UPDATE 24/3/20]: The Celtic Knot Wikimedia Language Conference will take place fully remotely in July 2020! ORIGINAL PIECE: With 20 billion page views every single month, Wikipedia is undoubtedly one

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Tionól Gaeilge UCD á reáchtáil den cheathrú huair i mbliana


Tá Tionól Gaeilge UCD ag teacht ar ais! Tá an-rath tar éis a bheith ar Thionól Gaeilge UCD ó cuireadh tús leis agus beidh sé á reáchtáil arís i mbliana,

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How Ola Majekodunmi is championing diversity and Gaeilge on the airwaves


Ola Majekodunmi was just seven months old when she settled in Ranelagh, Dublin and it was there that her own journey with the Irish language began. A flyer for registration

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