EZ Films have produced the following objects that sit alongside our audio-visual productions to offer a rich offering to viewers.
Produced by the National Treasures team, this beautifully-presented colour publication is the latest chapter in the National Treasures project. We asked the people of Ireland to rummage through attics and scour mantelpieces in order to uncover objects that say something about the history, culture and heritage of Ireland over the past 100 years. From a pair of Sonia O’Sullivan’s Olympic running shoes to a War of Independence grenade, the amazing response to the project revealed stories that were profound, entertaining, heartwarming and tragic. This book is the culmination of that campaign.
Man on Bridge Photobook 2017
Produced by the Man on Bridge team and the wonderful folk at Collins Press, this latest”Man on the Bridge” photobook is the last chapter of the project and brings fantastic closure to a three year campaign to collect the photos of Arthur Fields and tell his story. Another crowd-sourced publication made up completely by your photos, this final book captures Dublin as it was lived and as it was enjoyed over a fifty year period.
National Treasures Exhibition
An exhibition of objects crowd-sourced from members of the public to tell Ireland’s recent social history held at the National Museum of Ireland – Country Life, Turlough Park, Castlebar.
As part of the National Treasures project
Man on Bridge Photobook 2015
In 2015, the Man on Bridge Photobook, celebrated the work of the legendary street photographer and former tailor, whose camera not only captured domestic Irish social history on the move for more than 50 years, but also the occasional visiting celebrity.
National Treasures Poster
A B2 Poster illustrated by designer Jennifer Farley, this National Treasures poster celebrates some of the most iconic Irish objects in the hands of members of the public. Fun and colourful, it makes a wonderful addition to a home, a bedroom or even a classroom. It even fits an Ikea frame perfectly!
Man on Bridge Exhibition
Exhibition of images of more than 3,400 Dubliners taken by Dublin photographer from the 1930s to the 1980s in the Gallery of Photography in Temple Bar, including both images and video content.
As part of the Man on Bridge project