In this podcast, Paul Farren talks to Carmel Winters about ‘Float Like A Butterfly’ and the art and craft of filmmaking.
Loretta Goff finds a voice to the voiceless in Carmel Winters’ film Float Like a Butterfly, which opened the 63rd Cork Film Festival.
The 63rd Cork Film Festival has announced that this year’s Opening Night Gala will be the award-winning Irish film, ‘Float like a Butterfly’.
Film is the great liberator. It frees us from our physical state of embodied inertia. It is the emancipation of consciousness. And, as En Vogue so rightly concluded, once you have achieved this conscious freedom, the rest will follow.
Looking to get into film? Want to start out or upskill? Here’s some upcoming training programmes to help you make that move.
2019 proved to be another strong year for Irish film with over 30 films making their way to a cinema release. We pick our 10 favourites of the year – 5 feature films & 5 documentaries.
Our writers have been busy voting for their favourite films of the year. Film Ireland spared no expense and spent €2 million on a calculator to tally the votes. Unfortunately, the calculator was too large to fit in the editor’s desk so after resorting to a trusty abacus, the votes were counted and the results announced.
Screen Ireland has announced the successful applicants for funding at development, production and distribution stages for the second quarter of 2019.
Tristan Heanue gives us an insight into Ciúnas, his Irish language short film, which is screening at this year’s Galway Film Fleadh. Tristan is also nominated for The Bingham Ray New Talent Award at this year’s festival. What can you tell us about Ciunas? It follows a couple as they drive to the city to collect their daughter, they are in the middle of a family crisis. It focuses mainly on the parents and how…