To celebrate the release of Annie in cinemas this Saturday, we have 5 ‘Annie’ goody bags to give away packed full of limited edition merchandise.
Richard Drumm delivers tins of dog food to Donnchadh and Ruairí in the basement and joins the lads for a look back at the year in film.
Stephen Totterdell takes a look at Ruth Barton’s latest book, ‘Rex Ingram: Visionary Director of the Silent Screen’.
Marcus Stewart, co-director of ‘Marathon Men’, speaks to Film Ireland about the documentary which tells the uplifting story of 2 runners who set out to run 32 marathons in 32 days in the 32 counties of Ireland.
Lynn O’Reilly chats to VFX supervisor Kyle McCulloch, whose work includes ‘Iron Man’, ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1′, ‘Gravity’ and ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’.
Ruth Barton introduces us to the work of one of Hollywood’s greatest silent era directors, the Irish exile, Rex Ingram, and ponders why he was so forgotten.
Early Irish Cinema: “An Injustice to Good Productions”: Irish Film Distribution, Programme Changes and New Picture Houses in November 1914
Denis Condon’s blog Early Irish Cinema looks back at the early development of cinema in Ireland on the anniversaries of those developments and offers information on what cinemagoers could have seen in Irish cinemas a century ago. Here Denis takes a look at film distribution in Ireland in the 1914. An exclusive film exhibited in […]