WYA Film Productions,
The Arch,
Barrack Street,
Waterford

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© WYA Film Productions 2020 

Social History

Tramore Tales (2018)
Made by Keith Currams and Ollie Breslin (1:29:15)

A documentary series on the Social History of Waterford by Waterford Youth Arts – this film is about Tramore and the surrounding areas including Fenor and Copper Coast.
This film was funded through support from Waterford Arts Office

Eigse Sliabh Rua / Eigse Slieverue (2017) Made by Keith Currams and Ollie Breslin (1:31:47)

A social history film commissioned by Eigse Sliabh Rua Committee celebrating 40 years 1978 – 2017 and made by Waterford Youth Arts. This film looks at this area of South Kilkenny.

Grattan Square, Dungarvan (2017)
Made by Keith Currams and Ollie Breslin (1:18:32)
 
A documentary series on the Social History of Waterford by Waterford Youth Arts – this film is about Dungarvan and includes stories from Ring and the Comeraghs etc. This project was funded through Waterford Council Arts Dept.
We're All Saints Out Here (2016)
Made by Keith Currams and Ollie Breslin (1:26:36)

A documentary series on the Social History of Waterford by Waterford Youth Arts – this film is about St. Johns Park – Waterford’s first major housing estate. This film was funded through support from Waterford Arts Office.

Down the Town Part 2 (2015)
Made by Keith Currams and Ollie Breslin (55:44)
Down the Town Part 1 (2015)
Made by Keith Currams and Ollie Breslin (50:36)
 
A documentary series on the Social History of Waterford by Waterford Youth Arts – this film is about the area we call “Down Town” and looks at the centre of old Waterford incl. shops, entertainment, characters etc. The film was divided into two parts - Part One is 50 minutes long and Part Two is 55 minutes long.Down the Town was funded through support from Waterford City and County Council Arts Office.

 


“exporting cattle, robbing apples, asking a girl to dance at the Olympia, playing thirties, repairing shoes, selling fish, foreign holidays, Tramore train, Tops of the Town, the little parish, the Manor School, working in England, going to the Coll., the Lido Cafe, pigs toes, chocolate crumb, short back and sides, the Penny Bank, and the town where everyone had their own song”

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Ballybricken (2014)
Made by Mark Power (1:01:50) (Click image to watch)

A documentary series on the Social History of Waterford by Waterford Youth Arts – this film looks at the Ballybricken area of the city.

This documentary was commissioned by Waterford City Arts Office and is the second in a series which looks at the people, history and stories from various famous streets and landmarks around Waterford.

Barrack Street / An Cúrsa Fada (2013)
Made by Mark Power (45:01) (click image to watch)

A documentary series on the Social History of Waterford by Waterford Youth Arts – this film looks at the Barrack Street area of Waterford.

People with memories of the street in Waterford tell us its history. A history spanning across topics such as its military presence to the people that lived and worked on the street.

This film was funded through support from Waterford Arts Office.