In 1937 a number of families from Gaeltachts on the west coast of Ireland moved to Gibbstown in Co. Meath to live on holdings acquired by the Land Commission as part of a government resettlement scheme. An Bealach go Baile Ghib is a documentary film directed and filmed by Ronan Carley and Brian Matthews that looks at the reasons why families decided to move, investigates the merits of the scheme, and catches up with some of the remaining migrants. At the recent DVD launch, we spoke to the two men behind the documentary.