Due for completion in summer 2016, the new Enniskillen Museum at Enniskillen Castle will provide stunning interpretation of county Fermanagh’s rich history as the Kingdom of Lough Erne, with its crannogs, castles and early Christian stone sculptures. All video content for this prestigious cultural offering will have been designed, produced and created by the Video Production team at Morrow Communications, operating in collaboration with the project co-ordinators, Design Map of London.
Given the sensitivities around important historical site, both the planning and filming stages required the Morrows team to liaise closely with archaeologists and historical experts. The films even include footage of the rarely-seen Annals of Ulster, the ancient text now held in Trinity College Dublin, which spans the 5th to 16th centuries. The result is a portfolio of stunning film sequences and audio files that reveal the beauty and heritage of some of the most important and intriguing historical locations around the county.
Among the films’ many highlights is sweeping aerial footage of prehistoric site and castles around Lough Erne, including Drumclay Crannog, finds from which are shedding new light on life in medieval Ireland.