Dying crafts brought back to life in colour film. Take a privileged peek at scarce-seen parts of the province and the dying arts that sustain its people.
Probe Ulster’s byways to experience it’s traditions, from sculpting curbstones out of the Mourne cliffs to hand carving a shillelagh in the backyard. Meet one of the last surviving cottage weavers as disappearing skills are captured in glorious colour. Even the kelp making process is re-enacted from memory for the Governor’s camera. Prehistoric stone circles, archaic agricultural implements and the Brontë ancestral home, this film is full of curious sights.