An animated documentary on restoration and recycling in rural Ireland, where old hand-painted furniture is often linked to difficult moments, to poverty and a time that many would prefer to forget.
Because of these negative associations, a large part of this rural furniture passed down through the generations lies abandoned in barns and tool sheds.
Irish Folk Furniture
by Tony Donoghue
Tony Donoghue arrived at the field of cinematographic directing after having worked for seven years as a biologist at the Ecological Parks Trust and the Natural History Museum in London.
Today he uses film and animation to explore rural rites and traditions.