Paul Farren talks to Ben Wheatley about taking a procedural look at action with Free Fire, breaking it down to an atomic level, planning the shoot, the production design, the ’70s setting, scriptwriting and the inspirations behind Armie Hammer’s suave look. Armie Hammer, left, whose look was inspired by: Dan O’Bannon and Tony […]
Gemma Creagh took advantage of a telecommunications device to chat to Hilary Rose about her experiences playing Mairead MacSweeney in the hit Cork comedy.
Writer / director Ciaran Creagh talked to Film Ireland about his film ‘In View’, a study of depression and suicidal thoughts.
Gemma Creagh talks to director Billy O’Brien and actor Max Records about their film ‘I Am Not a Serial Killer’.
Stephen Porzio talks to Johnny O’Reilly about his film ‘Moscow Never Sleeps’, a multi-story drama that weaves through Moscow’s choked cityscape as it celebrates its birthday with a massive fireworks display.
Sennia Nanua takes us behind the scenes of new zombie thriller ‘The Girl With All The Gifts’ and answers a few questions.
This podcast features producer Julie Ryan talking to Sarah Griffin about her career to date and her work on The Young Offenders.
Stephen Porzio chats to Seána Kerslake and Charleigh Bailey about A Date for Mad Mary, a tough and tender story about friendship, first love, and letting go of the glory days.
Stephen Porzio sat down with Aoife Kelleher to chat about her latest documentary, which explores the big question of faith, in the small Irish village of Knock.
Gemma Creagh chats to the director Paddy Breathnach and writer Mark O’Halloran of ‘Viva’
Film Irelandspoke to producers Emma Carlsson and Aisling O’Halloran about ‘The Randomer’, which was produced by the Filmbase Masters in Digital Feature Film Production Programme and premieres at Galway.
“The stress test is truthfully most women’s experience”- Seán Crosson In Conversation with Mary McGuckian Mary McGuckian, whose most recent film The Price of Desire is currently screening in Irish cinemas, has directed 12 films to date, an impressive figure when one considers the challenges female directors in particular have faced in the male-dominated […]
Glen Falkenstein interviews ‘Lost in the Living’ director Robert Manson at Sydney’s Irish Film Festival.
‘Who is Dervla Murphy?’ profiles Ireland’s most prolific travel writer, through rare and exclusive access to Dervla, her family and friends.
Paul Farren talks to the director of ‘Mammal’ Rebecca Daly, and actor Barry Keoghan.
Deirdre Molumby talks to actor Jack Reynor and director John Carney about Sing Street’
Paul Farren talks to Ben Wheatley about his latest film ‘High Rise’, adapted from J.G. Ballard’s visionary novel.
Adam McPartlan had a few questions for David Dryden and Eileen Walsh, co-directors of ‘Together in Pieces’, a new film documenting the fluctuating backdrops of Northern Ireland.
Podcast: Interview with Diane Negra, Professor of Film Studies and Screen Culture and Head of Film Studies at UCD
Sarah Griffin sat down with Diane Negra to talk about Saturday’s event at the IFI, ‘After the Chick Flick’, and discuss the historical roots of the contemporary chick flick and what the post epitaph chick flick is.
Sean Finnan talks to filmmaker Aodh Ó Coileáin about his documentary, which explores the connection between people and place, as expressed in Irish poetry and local lore.
Sean Finnan spoke to Stephen Fingleton, writer and director of ‘The Survivalist’ ahead of the film’s release.
Robert Manson talks to Film Ireland about his film ‘Lost In The Living’ which screens at the IFI this week.
Grace Corry talks to Tom McCarthy, the director of the Oscar-nominated film ‘Spotlight, the riveting true story of the team of Boston Globe reporters and editors that uncovered an unimaginable conspiracy to cover up clergy child abuse.
Deirdre Molumby spoke with Tommy Palotta, co-director of ‘Last Hijack’, about conceptualising and realising a unique project.
Jonathan Victory chatted to Mill+ Director Aidan Gibbons at the recent Irish VFX + Animation Summit.
Jonathan Victory talks to Professor Stuart Sumida, who was at the Irish VFX + Animation Summit to give a workshop/masterclass on Animal Anatomy and Locomotion for Animators and VFX Artists.