In this Film Ireland podcast, Gemma Creagh talks to Jayne Foley, the founder and Artistic Director of Fresh International Film Festival.
June Butler reviews Laura Poitras documentary about photographer Nan Goldin.
Irene Falvey takes a look at the Norwegian unromantic comedy ‘Sick of Myself’.
Irene Falvey meets a giant talkative frog, a lost cat and a schizophrenic accountant in Pierre Földes collection of short animated stories.
In this Film Ireland podcast, Gemma Creagh talks to Eoin McGuirk, a Dublin-based Editor.
une Butler was at The Project Arts Centre for the first screening in Ireland of the early works of Cheryl Dunye, the director of the seminal ‘The Watermelon Woman’ and innovator of a new form of cinema about Black lesbian life.
In this Film Ireland podcast, Gemma Creagh talks to Writer/Director Alex Kayode-Kay and Executive Producer Roisin Kearney about their 2023 BAFTA-nominated film ‘The Ballad Of Olive Morris’.
John Pearson casts an eye over Martin McDonagh’s much lauded film.
In this Film Ireland podcast, Gemma Creagh talks to Production Designer Ramsey Avery, whose credits include The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Spider-Man: Homecoming and Star Trek: Into Darkness.
Cian Geoghegan delves into Steven Spielberg’s personal drama. The new film from Steven Spielberg, inarguably the most populist, mainstream filmmaker in the history of the medium, occupies a bizarre middle-space in the public sphere. Its autobiographical content, sure to be misconstrued as navel-gazing by cynical punters, locks it out from the maximal appeal of the director’s parade of hits. On the other hand, the blistering earnestness of all things Spielberg is out of step with…