DVDs featuring Ancient Sites
Standing with Stones
DVD - a journey through Megalithic Britain and Ireland.
The film is an exploration of the wealth of prehistoric sites in Britain and Ireland with 100 sites featured.
Standing with Stones
aims to give a fresh
insight into our megalithic heritage extending far beyond the better know
sites such as Stonehenge and Newgrange.
Purchase the companion book Amazon.com
Field Guide to Megalithic Ireland
by Anthony Weir. Originaly sold as a CD-ROM, it is now available as a Download
With over 600 photographs of Irish prehistoric sites including megalithic
tombs, phallic pillars, stone rows, stone circles, cross pillars,
ogam stones, bullauns and sweathouses. The core of the CD-ROM is a
county by county gazetteer with directions and map references of
hundreds of sites.
Old News: Ancient Archaeoastronomy
- Ancient Celts in America?
The Old News DVD is a documentary suggesting western European Celts explored America's heartland.
Archaeoastronomical alignments, Ancient Celtic Ogham writing, engraved constellation maps
and anthropomorphic carvings tell a story that overwhelms traditional archaeologists.
Time After Time DVD
- Three cultures celebrated in a film of song and story.
Time after Time takes the music and the muses of three of the most ancient cultures
(Ireland, North America and Australia) and weaves them into a film of
moving beauty. After four years filming beautiful landscapes, sacred gathering places, and ancient
symbols and icons, the filmmakers have married song, music and image to create a lyrical and jubilant
interpretation of the human spirit through time and cultures.
Three Cultures Celebrated in a film of Song and Story by Maireid Sullivan and Ben Kettlewell.
The combination of a traditional Irish singer and a Native American have produced a
film celebrating three ancient cultures in song, story, prose and pictures.
Time After Time is a symphony of images, an beautiful film made over
three years by Maireid Sullivan and Ben Kettlewell. The film is a feast and a feat of
editing, composing, artistic vision and integrity.
Maireid, whose last album Never Drift Apart received enormous critical acclaim for her pure,
rich voice and poetic vision, brings to the film not only her gifts as a singer, but also her
composition and passion, while Ben is a true voice and vision of his people.
There is magic here, and wonder, as the film takes us to Ireland, land of the traditional drum,
which summons us from across the sea and towering cliffs to behold that country as it once
was, forested and fertile.
How fitting then that there are words of love from the genius Yeats,
songs of magic and a story of the world of magic.
Time After Time moves us with a love ballad as we behold sacred sites, the mystical
peaks of mountains and holy wells.
The North American journey embraces the superb landscape, captured by an
instrumental work by Ben, who then gives a moving reading of the famous speech by Chief Seattle.
Seamlessly the film moves a hymn to celebrate the struggles and faith of the new arrivals
as Ben plays some blues that mark these experiences and those of the original inhabitants.
There are further legendary speeches of profound wisdom heard before the film takes leave
of the American Southwest for Australia and a composition of Mairéid's telling of time before
records were kept.
The wondrous art of the outback and the deep-based stories and legends are revealed as we
behold rare footage shot during a mapping and dictionary-writing expedition in Arnhem Land in 2003.
For people of feeling, wrote the French novelist Gustave Flaubert art has no other end,
than to conjure away the burden and bitterness. Time After Time proves his words.
Boyne Valley Private Day Tour
Immerse yourself in the rich heritage and culture of the Boyne Valley with our full-day private tours.
World Heritage site, explore the Hill of Slane, where Saint Patrick famously lit the Paschal fire.
Discover the Hill of Tara, the ancient seat of power for the High Kings of Ireland.