Tess Motherway takes the bait.
Adam McPartlan was at the Capital Irish Film Festival 2016 and talked to some of the filmmakers.
Ruth Hogan reports from a gathering of Irish people celebrating their history and heritage thousands of miles from home, in the heart of Sydney.
‘Who is Dervla Murphy?’ profiles Ireland’s most prolific travel writer, through rare and exclusive access to Dervla, her family and friends.
Brian Ó Tiomáin interviews fellow Film Ireland journalist James Phelan about the scripts of his show ‘Wrecking the Rising’ – a comedy drama about time travel and 1916
Grace Corry attended Spotlight at the IFI, a day dedicated to focusing on Irish film and television; reviewing the past year and considering current trends in production, distribution and consumption of new work.
Dee O’Donoghue reports from the Irish Film London, St. Patrick’s Film Festival, which took place 13– 23 March 2016.
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