Marija Laugalyte reflects on ‘The Castle’, Lina Lužytė’s psychological coming-of-age story which offers rare insights into the lives of economic migrants in Ireland.
Earlier this year Aoife O’Neill attended the Toronto Irish Film Festival and was kind enough to send us on a review of the second Shorts Programme.
Sandra Costello spent some time in a Cork City pub on Christmas eve, floating over Glengarriff, hanging over the Atlantic in Dursey and dropping into an 18th-century field in West Cork.
Daniel Kiniry joins the Peloton and says “chapeau” to ‘The Racer’ from Directeur sportif Kieron J. Walsh.
Sarah Cullen reviews Christine Molloy and Joe Lawlor’s story of revenge centering on a young woman searching for her biological mother.
Seán Crosson reviews Philip Doherty’s biblical black comedy about a prodigal son returning to his hometown to seek salvation for his sins.
Seán Crosson returns to mid nineteen century Ireland in Tomás Ó Súilleabháin ‘Arracht’.
Aoife O’Neill takes in a programme of live action shorts by students, as well as new and established directors at the Galway Film Fleadh 2020.
Seán Crosson gets into the grooves of ‘Breaking Ice’, the story of the first Irish bobsleigh team to take part in the Olympics.
June Butler celebrates Daniel F. Holmes’ winning film.