Interview: Ailbhe O’ Reilly caught up with Patrick O’Shea, whose feature ‘Tree Keeper’ is available on DVD, Blu-ray and download.
Kirsten Sheridan talks to Steven Galvin about her approach to writing and her feature ‘Dollhouse’, which is screening in cinemas now.
Full article by Paul Webster
The IFI French Film Festival 2012 continued on Friday with the powerful period drama ‘Augustine’ based on a bizarre relationship between doctor and patient. Steven Galvin was admitted to the Salpêtrière hospital.
Continuing Caroline Farrell’s Irish Women in Film Series: Mary Duffin
A Winter Wonderland of Irish Film. The latest issue of Film Ireland is out now and it’s packed tighter than Santa’s Bag. We’ve got more Oscar® material than Katharine Hepburn. So make sure there’s a copy is under your tree this Christmas…
Carmen Bryce braved the undead to catch a few words with Geraldine McAlinden, who stars in ‘Portrait of a Zombie’ which opened the Underground Cinema Film Festival on Thursday. It was the film’s Dublin premiere.
This year’s Underground Cinema Film Festival kicks off on Thursday. Check out what’s going on.
Continuing Caroline Farrell’s Irish Women in Film Series: Sarah Daly.
Continuing Caroline Farrell’s Irish Women in Film Series: Shannon Moncrief.
Celebrating 25 years of Film Ireland magazine, Exhibition Piece 5 – Issue 39 Feb/Mar 1994 ‘Low Fat Filmmaking’ interview with ‘Ailsa’ Producer Ed Guiney and Director Paddy Breathnach
Dearbhla Regan talks to director Paddy Breathnach and producer Ed Guiney about their experiences making ‘Ailsa’ a psychological drama set in Dublin.
Last Chance to Apply for Filmbase Masters Courses in Feature Film and Creative Documentary Production
Masters in both Digital Feature Film and Creative Documentary Production starting in September.
David Neary met up with Len Wiseman, director of ‘Total Recall’ – out in cinemas this week
Celebrating 25 years of Film Ireland magazine, Exhibition Piece 4 – Issue 36 Aug/Sep 1993 Interview with Lelia Doolan, chair of The Irish Film Board ‘On The Board’.
Film Ireland’s first editor Johnny Gogan interviews Lelia Doolan who was the chair of The Irish Film Board in 1993.
Continuing Caroline Farrell’s Irish Women in Film Series: Vittoria Colonna.
Film Ireland’s first editor and current board member of the Irish Film Board talks to Rose Byrne.
‘Very Extremely Dangerous’ screened on Saturday afternoon as part of the IFI Stranger Than Fiction 2012.
Celebrating 25 years of Film Ireland magazine, Exhibition Piece 3 – Issue 16 Feb/Mar 1990 Nell McCafferty ‘Cyanide and Snuff’
Nell McCafferty views hardcore pornography in a room of women in Trinity College Dublin in 1990 and writes a report.
Andrew Gallimore’s ‘The Gentleman Prizefighter’ opened up Saturday’s proceedings at IFI Stranger Than Fiction documentary festival.
’5 Broken Cameras’ kicked off Friday’s screenings at the IFI Stranger Than Fiction 2012.
So Film Ireland magazine is 25 years old. Over those years Ireland has produced some great films which have been successful both here and abroad – not to mention nabbing a few Oscars® along the way. And so over the next couple of weeks Film Ireland’s army of cinema dwellers look back over the last 25 years and recall their favourite Irish films