This week’s reviews are swell.
Harrison Drury reports from the Wee Fillums screenings at the Irish Film Festival London, the Irish Film Institute’s programme of six award-winning Irish Short Films.
Set in Corcoran’s Bar at the end of the 1950s, eight-year-old Elaine is sent away from home when her mother dies. Returning to the bar several years later she discovers things have changed.
Steven Galvin caught up with PJ Dillon to discuss his craft, working on ‘Ripper Street’ and ‘Game of Thrones’ and his work on the Irish sci-fi feature ‘Earthbound’, which was released in cinemas earlier this year.
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axis: Ballymun’s winter ‘Pictures’ programme is offering audiences a chance to read and view two classic stories, ‘Breakfast at Tiffany’s’ and ‘Anna Karenina’.
The Corona Fastnet Short Film Festival, based in Schull, West Cork, is now looking for entries to next Spring’s festival.
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