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Irish Censorship Book Lauched at the IFI
27 Oct 2004 :

Kevin Rockett’s latest book examining Irish Censorship has been launched in Dublin. A timely arrival following the Film Censors approval of Michael Winterbottom’s controversial ‘9 Songs’, ‘Irish film censorship: A cultural journey from silent cinema to internet pornography’ is available in shops now.

The book, described at the most complete history of film censorship ever published in Ireland, runs to over 500 pages in length. It lists and analyses hundreds of cinema movies, rental releases and uncut movies that have come to the attention of the censor since the early part of the twentieth century.

As well as providing a history of censorship, it also gives an insight into Ireland’s national psyche and the risks involved in any censorship system.

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