June Butler sees the wood for the trees at the Galway Film Fleadh shorts programme which focuses on facing the truth – for better or worse.
Irene Falvey checks in on Eoin C. Macken’s Here are the Young Men, a tale of toxic masculinity, adolescent love and paranoia that premiered at this year’s Galway Film Fleadh 2020.
June Butler takes a look at John Connors’ poignant documentary Endless Sunshine on a Cloudy Day, which won the coveted “Audience Award for Best Film” at the Virgin Media Dublin International Film Festival in March 2020.
June Butler falls under a spell of images and sounds at a special centenary screening of The Cabinet of Dr Caligari on 26th February in Dublin’s St Ann’s Church with a new score performed live by Adrian Crowley, Sean Mac Erlaine, Matthew Nolan and Barry Adamson, with live processing by Neil O’Connor.
Liam Hanlon gets back.
Irene Falvey discovers the tale of two American women who went looking for love online and became the`new face in the war on terror’.
Aoife O’Ceallachain stays out of the water.
June Butler is at a crossroads.
Liam Hanlon checks out Alan Moloney’s film about a grimy warehouse in a corner of Dublin’s docklands that became a mecca for music and the arts.
Hugh Whelan was in town for Paddy Slattery’s crime thriller ‘Broken Law’, which premiered at the Dublin International Film Festival.