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HENRY GLASSIE—FIELDWORK Directed by Pat Collins Featuring: Henry Glassie, Daniel Johnston. “I stand with people and study things which people create”. - Henry Glassie

The film follows Pat Collins successful “Song of the Granite”, an audacious exploration of the music and life of folk singer Joe Heaney, which was selected as the Irish entry for Best Foreign Language Film at the 2017 Academy Awards.

Inhale the creative ambiance of this inspiring documentary. Henry Glassie who is a University Professor Emeritus and author of the book “All Silver and no Brass – The recollections of four old people of a Hamlet of Ballymenone who recall the mumming of their youth. The pleasure in watching this film is in absorbing the creativity than you can relish from Henry Glassie and associates. Whether you are surrounded by book lovers, film lovers or music lovers, you will appreciate this documentary and glad that you discovered it. Please share the experience. Here is a fine documentary that will almost certainly arouse an interest in Irish folktales and also the creative enticement of pottery. So, don’t be surprised if after watching this film you start enrolling for pottery classes. Quote: “The way we were shooting is the way Henry worked”

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A Magazine for Discerning Cinemagoers and Filmmakers. In this issue Reviews of - The Mauritanian, Henry Glassie Fieldwork, Life As A B-Movie...

Movies by Mills (April 2021)  

A Magazine for Discerning Cinemagoers and Filmmakers. In this issue Reviews of - The Mauritanian, Henry Glassie Fieldwork, Life As A B-Movie...

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