The Irish Film Festival London has been presenting the latest and greatest of Irish Film and Animation to a London audience since 2011. This year Harrison Drury attended the festival to see how it promotes the best of Irish creative talent in the UK. Here Harrison reports from the second night’s screening of Pat [...]
Rory Cashin eyes up the spectacular art of underground film posters in a new book, ‘Alternative Movie Posters: Film Art from the Underground’.
Matt Micucci takes a look at ‘The Red House’ and’ In the Name Of’ , which both screened as part of the 58th Cork Film Festival.
Matt Micucci checks out ‘Sarah Prefers to Run’ and ‘Nocturne’, which both screened as part of the 58th Cork Film Festival.
Matt Micucci on’ A Glimpse in the Mind of Charles Swan III’ by Marc Silver and ‘Wavemakers’, which both screened as part of the 58th Cork Film Festival.
Matt Micucci checks out ‘Who is Dayani Cristal?’ by Marc Silver and ‘Soldate Jeannette’ by Daniel Hoesl, which both screened as part of the 58th Cork Film Festival.
Book review: The Black Irish Onscreen: Representing Black and Mixed-Race Identities on Irish Film and Television
Sarah Griffin welcomes Zélie Asava’s book that applys divergent theoretical concepts of Irishness, whiteness, gender and the particular place of the ‘other’ to the ‘conceptual whiteness of Irishness itself’.