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Jesuits of Tullabeg

A rare glimpse into the lives of those who lived and worked in Tullabeg during the famine years

Overview

Genre
Cultural History, Religion, Culture, Human Interest, and Docutainment
Synopsis

The Jesuits of Tullabeg tells the story of an ambitious group of philosopher’s who founded a College in Ireland in the early 1800’s. Featuring unseen archival material and a rare interview with one of its original founders, this strikingly modern and moving documentary shines a light on a world only very few were privileged to see. Filmed over four years, this feature length piece is the first in a two-part series following a group of Jesuits who came from relative obscurity and went on to become Lawyers, Doctors and Generals and more…

Stage
in development
Running time
53 minutes

Credits

  • Edward White ... Director, Producer
  • Kevin Maher ... Executive Producer

Production Details

Prod. Co.
EML Media Group
Country
Ireland
Years of Production
2017
Locations
Rahan Co. Offaly, Ireland

Distribution Details

Release year
2017
Language
English

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