From Shore to Shore (1993)

About the Film

From Shore to Shore examines both the continuity and the changes that have affected Irish traditional music since the turn of the 20th century. It mixes historic photographs and film footage with contemporary interviews and musical performances.

The film has been broadcast on local PBS television stations in the New York City area, and Reno, Nevada and broadcast nationally in both Ireland and Australia.

From Shore to Shore is available on DVD from Cherry Lane Productions.


For licensing, film rights and permissions, contact Patrick Mullins, the distributor Cherry Lane Productions, or Folkstreams.

Film Details

  • Film by: Patrick Mullins
  • Produced by: Patrick Mullins, Writer/Co-Producer: Rebecca Miller, Historian/Associate Producer: Marion R. Casey, Executive Producer: Nye Heron
  • Cinematographer: John Hession, Anthony Forma
  • Sound: Scott Chandler
  • Editor: Patrick Mullins
  • Other Credits: <p>A Presentation of Cherry Lane Productions & The Irish Arts Center, NYC</p>
  • Funding: <p>The National Endowment for the Arts Folk Arts Program, The New York State Council on the Arts Folk Arts Program, Brown-Forman Beverage Company, The Irish Institute Inc. of New York, Patricia Fanning, Dennis & Mary Mullins, Makem\'s Irish Pavillion,</p>
  • Original Format: Betacam Digital (Digi Beta)
  • © Cherry Lane Productions
  • 57mins, Color
  • Categories:
    Ethnic & Immigrant Cultures Music Urban Life