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.
Patrick Brendan O’Neill took time out to answer a few questions about his film The Uncountable Laughter of The Sea.
Jonathan Victory talks to Emer Reynold’s about her stunning documentary on NASA’s Voyager mission,which screens at this year’s Audi Dublin International Film Festival.
Paul Farren talks to Alice Lowe about her film ‘Prevenge’, a pitch black, wryly British comedy, which follows Ruth, a pregnant woman on a killing spree that’s as funny as it is vicious.
Writer Stephen Walsh gives us 10 tips he wishes he had got when he began writing.
Grace Corry sat down with Grainne Humphreys to delve into the delights that await us at this year’s Audi Dublin International Film Festival.
Early Irish Cinema: “Would We Ever Have It in Reality?” Ireland a Nation “For Two Days Only” in January 1917
Denis Condon takes a look at how a film of Ireland achieving nationhood proved impossible to show 100 years ago.
For 40 years human rights activist and Jesuit priest Peter McVerry has railed against state negligence, the abdication of Ireland’s most vulnerable citizens and a legacy of political indifference that has caused the destruction of communities, forced removals, addiction and homelessness. Marley McCallum takes a look at an hour-long documentary, in which McVerry re-lives those dark decades. Peter […]
Annie Curran checks out ‘Cardboard Gangsters’, which screened at this year’s Cork Film Festival.
Loretta Goff journeys into ‘Soulsmith’, which screened at the Cork Film Festival.
Ellen Scally was at the Cork Film Festival for Aideen Barry presentation of four video works: Levitating, Possession, Not to be Known or Named and Enshrine.
Eoin O’ Callaghan hooks up with ‘The Randomer’, which screened at the Cork Film Festival.
Denis Condon takes a look at representations of birth control and abortion in Irish cinemas 100 years ago.
Gemma Creagh talks to director Billy O’Brien and actor Max Records about their film ‘I Am Not a Serial Killer’.
Eleanor McSherry reports from the Kerry Film Festival Short Film Market panel with Michael Creagh and Jim Cummings in a discussion on their journeys in short filmmaking so far.
Eoin O’ Callaghan checks his online fingerprints at a screening of ‘Know All (Cloud Control: Who Owns Your Data)’ at the Cork Film Festival.