In this Film Ireland podcast, Gemma Creagh talks to Antonia Campbell-Hughes on the release of her debut feature ‘It Is In Us All’.
Wayne Byrne tells us about his latest book, ‘Walter Hill: The Cinema of a Hollywood Maverick’.
June Butler catches Jaws – 3D on a bigger screen.
In this Film Ireland podcast, Gemma Creagh talks to Halina Reijn, director of ‘Bodies Bodies Bodies’.
David Prendeville gets caught up with Dubliner Andrew Baird’s US thriller, which boasts some serious Irish talent.
In this podcast Gemma Creagh talks to Director and Rough Magic Theatre Company co-founder Lynne Parker about her filmed version of ‘Hecuba’, playwright Marina Carr’s new version of the classic Greek tragedy.
In this Film Ireland podcast, Gemma Creagh talks to Dónal Foreman about his genre-defying blend of psychodrama and fantasy, ‘The Cry of Granuaile’.
Irish author and film historian Wayne Byrne will be making his debut literary festival appearance at this year’s Kildare Readers Festival.
June Butler takes a look at Katie McNeice’s short film Lambing. In rural Ireland, a young couple Caoimhe (Johanna O’Brien) and David (Fiach Kunz), are about to give birth to their first child. An ultrasound scan has indicated they are expecting a boy. Opening scenes show Caoimhe and David as they paint the nursery. Caoimhe’s sister Mairead (Cate Russell) arrives to offer final words of encouragement prior to the birth. The mood is one of…
Laura Cannon goes West in Dónal Foreman’s surreal drama.