This week’s reviews like to be beside the seaside.
Ciara Chambers and Barry Monahan report from Rome, where the Irish Film Festa shone with stories and sizzled with ideas.
David Prendeville takes a walk on the Lars side and considers where ‘Nymphomaniac’ fits into the oeuvre of one of modern cinemas leading auteurs.
May’s Shortspace at Filmbase is curated by James Mullighan, Creative Director of the Cork Film Festival, Ireland’s oldest film festival.
In this Film Ireland Podcast, Steven O’Riordan chats to Lynn Larkin about his documentary ‘No Limbs No Limits’ – a story of hope and triumph over adversity, a story of how human resilience can conquer all by overcoming many obstacles to achieve what others would deem impossible. ‘No Limbs No Limits’ is released in [...]
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