Matt Micucci sat down with director Maurice O’Callaghan at the 58th Cork Film Festival to discuss his film ‘The Lord’s Burning Rain’, which screened last weekend.
58th Cork Film Festival: ‘The Lord’s Burning Rain’ & ‘Breaking Ground: the Story of the London Irish Women’s Centre’
Matt Micucci checks out 2 of the Irish films that screened as part of the 58th Cork Film Festival – Maurice O’Callaghan’s ‘The Lord’s Burning Rain’ and Michelle Deignan’s ‘Breaking Ground: the Story of the London Irish Women’s Centre’.
Matt Micucci at the 58th Cork Film Festival reports on ‘Silence is ‘Gold & ‘Big Joy: The Adventures of James Broughton’.
Thanks to the good people at Jameson, we have a pair of tickets to give away to one lucky winner.
Matt Micucci at the 58th Cork Film Festival takes a look at ‘Harry Dean Stanton: Partly Fiction’ and ‘Becoming Traviata’
Thanks to the fine people at the Cork Film Festival we have two pairs of tickets to see ‘All Is Lost’, which screens at the Cork Opera House.
IFI Ireland on Sunday Interview: Michelle Deignan, director of ‘Breaking Ground: the Story of the London Irish Women’s Centre’
Steven Galvin chats to Michelle Deignan director of ‘’Breaking Ground: the Story of the London Irish Women’s Centre’, a revealing exploration of the radical organisation founded in the early ’80s by women in order to represent and support generations of Irish women in London.
With the 58th Cork Film Festival kicking off this weekend, Glenn Caldecott sat down with the newly-appointed festival director James Mullighan to talk about what audiences can expect from Cork this year.
In ‘Admit One’, a dancer confronts a cinema.
Díóg O’Connell compares ‘Rabbit Proof Fence’ to ‘The Magdalene Sisters’, arguing that, in order to draw due attention to historical events, filmmakers must learn to subordinate factual accuracy to the creation of the emotional structure required by good storytelling.
Adapted from the 2005 short story of the same name, the Irish feature, ‘The Lord’s Burning Rain’, will screen at this year’s Cork Film Festival.
Matt Micucci checks out Catherine Breillat’s latest, ‘Abuse of Weakness’ and ‘Don Jon’, Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s feature film debut.
Matt Micucci continues his reports from the 56th BFI London Film Festival with a look at ‘B for Boy’ and ‘Good ‘Ol Freda’.
In honour of Halloween, Film Ireland’s children of the night recall one of their favourite Horror Films.
Film Ireland caught up with Portuguese director, Dânia Lucas, to find out more about the transmedia documentary ‘Road to Revolution’, produced by Ireland’s beActive production company.
His career bridged Welles and Scorsese, taking in Hitchcock, Truffaut, and DePalma along the way. Lir Mac Cárthaigh explores the life and work Bernard Herrmann, one of the greatest film composers of all time.
Film Ireland spoke to director Paul Duane to find out more about his compelling film and the “original rock and roll outlaw”.