We take a look at the Irish films set to screen at this year’s festival.
Early Irish Cinema: “The Nation’s Historian” or a “Violent Stimulant to the Eyes”?: Irish Cinema at the Beginning of 1916
Denis Condon examines how cinema was becoming the nation’s entertainer 100 years ago.
Robert Manson talks to Film Ireland about his film ‘Lost In The Living’ which screens at the IFI this week.
Jonathan Victory talks to Michael Kinirons about co-writing the Australian-Irish drama suspense film ‘Strangerland.’
Deirdre Molumby profiles the new TG4 series ‘Eipic’, a six-part Irish language drama follows five rural teenagers who form a band.
Grace Corry talks to Tom McCarthy, the director of the Oscar-nominated film ‘Spotlight, the riveting true story of the team of Boston Globe reporters and editors that uncovered an unimaginable conspiracy to cover up clergy child abuse.
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