In this Film Ireland podcast Gemma Creagh talks to Anna Rodgers whose documentary When Women Won screened at this year’s Dublin International Film Festival.
In this Film Ireland podcast, Gemma Creagh talks to director Nick Rowland about his feature debut, adapted by Joe Murtagh from Colin Barrett’s novella Young Skins.
In this podcast Natasha Waugh talks to BAFTA-winning writer and director Neassa Hardiman about her debut feature ‘Sea Fever’.
Aoife O’Ceallachain stays out of the water.
June Butler is at a crossroads.
Liam Hanlon checks out Alan Moloney’s film about a grimy warehouse in a corner of Dublin’s docklands that became a mecca for music and the arts.
Paul Farren takes a look at Irish film journalist and author Wayne Byrne’s book about Nick McLean, one of the most acclaimed camera operators in American cinema. Co-written with McLean himself, the biography takes readers on an entertaining journey through five decades of Hollywood filmmaking .
In this podcast Natasha Waugh talks to director Lenny Abrahamson about his work on the BBC series Normal People.
Laura O’Shea brings us behind the scenes and takes us from script to screen.
Hugh Whelan was in town for Paddy Slattery’s crime thriller ‘Broken Law’, which premiered at the Dublin International Film Festival.