June Butler enters Kafka zone.
Aoife O’Ceallachain reviews When Women Won, Anna Rodgers’ film which tells the emotional inside story of the Together for Yes campaign to repeal the 8th amendment.
Irene Falvey was at the Dublin International Film festival for Vivienne Dick’s new film that contrasts the concerns of present day living in New York with the bohemian wildness of the city in the late 70s.
Fionn Warren attended a selection of Screen Ireland shorts curated by the Dublin International Film Festival.
Cathy Butler doubles up on a story of a young woman searching for her biological mother.
Scout Mitchell was in attendance at the screening of Innocent Boy, a short film by Cluster Fox Films, which was the winner of the Virgin Media Discovers Short Film Competition.
Sarah Cullen enters the fifth dimension beyond that which is known in Lorcan Finnegan’s Vivarium.
Fionn Warren washes up on the the wild shores of Connemara in 1845 at the screening of Arracht at the 2020 Dublin International Film Festival.
Irene Falvey attended an IFI screening of Horrible Creature, Áine Stapleton’s film based on the life of Lucia Joyce between 1915 and 1950. Áine Stapleton’s film Horrible Creature featured at the IFI as part of the First Fortnight festival on 8th January. The feature is the second in Áine’s trilogy of films which depict the life of Lucia Joyce, James Joyce’s daughter who was a talented dancer. Lucia’s life was considerably altered by her time…
Ciara Creedon reviews an Irish-Belgian co-production adaptation of fantasy author Catherine S McMullen’s haunting, visionary drama.