The Winter Issue of Film Ireland is Out Next Week

 

The Winter Issue of Film Ireland will be with Filmbase members, subscribers and on the shelves of newsagents across the country next week.

Jamie Hannigan talks to Colm Meaney about his role in Parked, Anna Rodgers catches up with legendary documentary filmmaker Steve James (Hoop Dreams), Minister for Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht Jimmy Deenihan TD outlines his plans for office to Niamh CreelyRoss Whitaker chats with Asif Kapadia about the making of Senna, and we preview the 2012 DCNYF Chinese Film Festival.

 

With the Corona Cork Film Festival taking place in November we feature Gerard Hurley’s The Pier, Ben River’s Slow Action and Steve Sanguedolce’s Blinding.

 

We are delighted to announce a new regular piece from a member of the Irish Society of Cinematographers plus we have all our regular news, On Set reports, reviews, directors and writers guild pages, equipment reviews and more.

 

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One Reply to “The Winter Issue of Film Ireland is Out Next Week”

  1. I am a filmmaker visiting Ireland and I was a bit surprised when Colm Meany said one of his films got lost in the shuffle because of 9/11? More surprising was that the interviewer agreed and said, that it was a shame 9/11 ruined their release. I know you can’t control the narcissism of those you interview, but its funny that the writer would validate such a ridiculous excuse and that you would proceed to publish it. Why promote offensive comments and add more pretentiousness to the film industry? There are more deserving artists in Ireland (people that actually reside in Ireland for instance) and more important projects going on.

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