Gemma Creagh chats to Ken Wardrop about getting into film and the journey his second feature documentary took him on.
In Mom and Me Ken Wardrop travels to the USA to explore the complex relationships men have with their mothers. Shot across the state Oklahoma, voted America’s manliest State, the film offers a candid and moving portrait of tough guys and their even stronger Moms. It is a story that reveals comedy in the everyday and misery on some other days.
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Film Ireland Podcast: Episode 27 – Human Balloon-Man Deflating
Sarah Cullen and Richard Drumm return to investigate the demise of Sherlock, take a look at ADIFF, and ponder some recent releases in your cinema – films in which things happen – including Silence, A Monster Calls, Moana, Underworld: Blood Wars, Assassins Creed, La La Land, Fences, Resident Evil: The Final Chapter and Split.