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Video Archive: dancing at lughnasa



  • Duration: 2:03 minutes   |   Viewed 3076 times
    September 24, 1998. Meryl Streep, Sophie Thompson, Noel Pearson along with Brian Friel attended a Glenties screening for "Dancing at Lughnasa".

  • Duration: 02:15 minutes   |   Viewed 3709 times
    After Rose has disappeared from the field, her sisters (Meryl Streep, Brid Brennan, Kathy Burke, Catherine McCormack) become worried.

  • Duration: 01:59 minutes   |   Viewed 3634 times
    Father Carlin (John Kavanagh) visits Kate (Meryl Streep) at school to ask about her brother - and to bring some bad news.

  • Duration: 02:03 minutes   |   Viewed 3717 times
    While shopping in town, Kate (Meryl Streep) is annoyed by a former student and the arrival of Danny Bradley.

  • Duration: 14:57 minutes   |   Viewed 5222 times
    B-Roll from the making of "Dancing at Lughnasa" and an on-set interview with Meryl Streep

  • Duration: 0:30 minutes   |   Viewed 3050 times
    Television spot for "Dancing at Lughnasa", directed by Pat O'Connor and starring Meryl Streep, Michael Gambon, Sophie Thompson, Brid Brennan, Catherine McCormack and Kathy Burke

  • Duration: 2:19 minutes   |   Viewed 3023 times
    Theatrical trailer for "Dancing at Lughnasa", directed by Pat O'Connor and starring Meryl Streep, Michael Gambon, Sophie Thompson, Brid Brennan, Catherine McCormack and Kathy Burke