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Writer/Director Mark O’Connor hails a new face in Irish cinema in ‘The New Wave, The Fís And The Rage’, which featured in Film Ireland magazine Issue 142 Autumn 2012.
In the immortal words of Kool & the Gang: ‘Celebrate good times, come on.’
Yes it’s raining; yes it’s freezing – but that won’t stop us celebrating the fact that this year’s Summer Issue of Film Ireland magazine is out now. As you can tell from the grooviest of covers, this issue is a scorcher. So wrap up warm, bring an umbrella and celebrate the start of an Irish [...]
The Winter Issue of Film Ireland will be with Filmbase members, subscribers and on the shelves of newsagents across the country next week. Jamie Hannigan talks to Colm Meaney about his role in Parked, Anna Rodgers catches up with legendary documentary filmmaker Steve James (Hoop Dreams), Minister for Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht Jimmy [...]
Get a spring in your step with the current Film Ireland Spring Issue out now. Enter the world of Hammer Horror with our exlusive interview with Aidan Gillen about his latest feature ‘Wake Wood’ (in cinemas this Friday), the first Hammer horror film to be shot in Ireland. Say ‘goodbye’ to the departing chief executive of the Irish Film Board Simon Perry in his revealing interview. Find out what our neighbours think of the Irish Film Industry. Learn what the web can do to help filmmakers. Get into the bowels of this year’s Jameson Dublin International Film Festival with this issue’s focus on Ireland’s biggest festival. This and so much more in a bulging issue of Film Ireland.
Film Ireland’s Winter Issue is out now and packed with essential reading beside the fire over these coming months. Brendan Gleeson and his sons Brian and Domhnall talk exclusively to Film Ireland magazine. This lively issue also spotlights Irish documentaries in the Corona Cork Film Festival 7–14 November including Sé Merry Doyle’s ‘Dreaming the Quiet Man’ about the making of the John Ford classic, and Risteard Ó Domhnaill’s much talked about ‘The Pipe’.
The ‘Savage’ Autumn issue of Film Ireland is out now. Comedy masters Graham Linehan and Bobby Farrelly are among the stars in the latest issue. Heavyweights of world comedy feature alongside up and coming Irish feature-filmmakers Brendan Muldowney ‘Savage’ and Carmel Winters ‘Snap’ plus the top Irish directors of TV Drama. Other highlights include Raindance founder Elliot Grove, The Joy of Section 481, Sounding Off with Ferdia McAnna, the quotable Pierce Brosnan, Urszula Antoniak on her first feature ‘Nothing Personal’, screenwriter Stephen Walsh ‘Where the Sea is Used To Be’ and director Ian Power.
Raindance founder ELLIOT GROVE gives us the low-down on how to meet those challenges with winning strategies.