Stephen Porzio goes ‘Beyond The Woods’ with director Sean Breathnach.
Writer/director Paddy Murphy tells Film Ireland about his neo-noir, black comedy film set in Limerick.
Gemma Creagh talks to Len Collin about Sanctuary, which introduces us to Larry and Sophie, two people with intellectual disabilities, who long to be together in a world that does everything to keep them apart.
Paul Farren sat down with Mark O’Connor to talk about his latest film ‘Cardboard Gangsters’.
Gemma Creagh talks to actor Caoilfhionn Dunne about her role in Ciaran Creagh’s ‘In View’.
Grace Corry talks to Fodhla Cronin O’Reilly, the producer of ‘Lady Macbeth’.
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 Roberts
John Collins was at the 11th annual Capital Irish Film Festival in Washington, U.S.A and met some of the attending filmmakers.
Sarah Cullen caught up with James Phelan writer of the RTE drama S’triking Out’, which gets its U.S. premiere on St. Patrick’s Day.
Gemma Creagh took advantage of a telecommunications device to chat to Hilary Rose about her experiences playing Mairead MacSweeney in the hit Cork comedy.