InConversation with Aonghus Og McAnally

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In this episode of InConversation we speak with Aonghus Og McAnally, actor and Artistic Director of Rise Productions. This conversation was recorded a year ago. Since then Aonghus has toured nationally with a remount of The Games People Play, the second instalment of Rise’s ‘Dynasty and Destiny Trilogy’. Rise will premiere the final part of that trilogy- At the Ford- as part of this year’s Dublin Theatre Festival.

 

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In Conversation with Paul Duane

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This episode of In Conversation features writer, director and producer Paul Duane.

Paul’s directing credits include Barbaric Genius, Very Extremely Dangerous and Natan and he was named one of Variety magazine’s Ten Directors to Watch in 2013.

In 2008 Paul set up the production company Screenworks with Rob Cawley, which recently produced the successful RTÉ series Amber.

Paul also co-produced In a House That Ceased to Be, the story of Christina Noble, which was released in cinemas earlier this year and screened on RTÉ. The film won the George Morrison Feature Documentary IFTA Award.

 

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InConversation with Mark Gaster & Brian O’Neill

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This episode of InConversation features Mark Gaster (second from left) and Brian O’Neill (second from right), two of the three co-directors of How to be Happy (along with Michael Rob Costine pictured far left). The feature film is written by award winning writer/director, Conor Horgan (One Hundred Mornings) and stars Brian Gleeson, pictured far right. The development of the script was a collaborative effort between Conor and the students of the Filmbase/Staffordshire University MSc Digital Feature Film Production Course.

 

How to be Happy is available to buy now in all HMV and XtraVision stores

 

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InConversation with Grainne Humphries

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This episode of InConversation features Grainne Humphries, Festival Director of the Jameson Dublin International Film Festival since 2007.

 

The 2015 Jameson Dublin International Film Festival takes place 19 – 29 March.

 

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You can check out our preview of the Irish films screening at this year’s festival here

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InConversation: Roundtable Discussion at IFI

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In this recorded roundtable discussion at the IFIInConversation examines the Internet’s impact on the film industry and cinema, from sourcing new talent, building a personal creative profile, raising funds and attracting audiences.

A panel of industry workers – producer Marie Caffrey, casting director Thyrza Ging, MD of FilmBase Alan Fitzpatrick and IFI Public Relations Officer Patrick Stewart – discuss the challenges and opportunities that the Internet offers in their differing working lives.

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InConversation with Nick Ryan

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This episode of InConversation features Nick Ryan, a producer and writer/director, whose work includes the award-winning documentary The Summit. Nick is currently working on 6 Days of the Rising, based on the 1916 Easter Rising in Ireland.


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InConversation is an ongoing series of  personal interviews with people working across the many aspects of the Irish filmmaking industry.

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InConversation with Shimmy Marcus

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This episode of InConversation features writer, editor, producer and director Shimmy Marcus, whose work to date includes the feature films Headrush and Soulboy, alongside a number of short films, and documentaries.

 

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InConversation with Emer Reynolds

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This episode of InConversation features Emer Reynolds, writer, director and IFTA-winning film editor. Emer has won IFTAs for Timbuktu (2003), her work on the opening series of Channel 4’s groundbreaking Shameless (2004) and My Brothers (2011). Emer’s other feature credits include The Good Doctor, The Eclipse, The Actors, Small Engine Repair, and I Went Down. Most recently, Emer has worked on Terry McMahon’s Patrick’s Day and Aoife Kelleher’s One Million Dubliners.

Notable documentaries include The Asylum, Today is Better Than Two Tomorrows and We Went to War. Emer has written and directed four short films: Slumber, Man, The Widow’s Son and White, and directed the RTÉ drama 6 part-series Trouble in Paradise. Here Was Cuba was her documentary directorial debut.

 

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