18 – Jul/Aug 1990 – SOLD OUT

Cover 18Government’s Broadcasting Bill • Irish Films in Italy and round-table with Bob Quinn, Joe Comerford & Alan Gilsenan • Galway Film Fleadh preview • Rex Ingram retrospective.
Reviews: We’re No Angels, The School Bus, Stephen, No Flowers, Rathmines and Dun Laoghaire Graduate Films, Stories from the Silence, Whitefriar Street Serenade.

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17 – Apr/Jun 1990 – SOLD OUT

Cover 17TV3 • Cork Multi-channel • Teilifís na Gaeltachta • High Definition TV • TV dramatisations of political issues • TV Drama in Ireland • Network of Workshops.
Reviews: Hush-A-Bye Baby, Hard Shoulder, December Bride.

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16 – Feb/Mar 1990 – SOLD OUT

Cover 16Women Special Issue: Film – Margo Harkin & Stephanie English interview (Hush-A-Bye Baby); Advertising; Abortion and Censorship; Pornography and Censorship; In Production • David Kavanagh interview (Irish Film Centre).
Review: Last Exit to Brooklyn.

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15 – Nov/Dec 1989

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Cover 15

History of the Irish Film Censorship • Section 31 • Mark Kilroy & Jane Gogan interview (Hard Shoulder) • Production: EAVE report, Audiovisual Eureka, Television and Drama seminar report • Matewan (part II).
Reviews: Fragments of Isabella, Guests of Another Nation.

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14 – Sep/Oct 1989 – SOLD OUT

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Cover 14

Irish Film… Unexposed • The myth of the ‘Emerging Irish Filmmakers’ • Vivienne Dick interview (London Suite) • Cork and Foyle film festivals previews • Matewan (part I) • Penny Thomson interview (Scottish Fund) • European audio-visual industry • 2020 Vision report • Super 8 • Fleischmann interview.

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13 – July/Aug 1989

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Cover 13

Art or Industry? • The Last Irish Reel • Galway Film Fleadh preview • Film Archive • Yves Boisset in Dublin.
Reviews: Screening of Community Video in Filmbase. Conferences.

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12 – May/June 1989 – SOLD OUT

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Cover 12

Celtic Film Festival report • Scriptwriting: Jim Sheridan (My Left Foot), Alan Gilsenan • Unchanneled • John O’Donnell interview (The Story of Johnny McGory) • FÁS/IFI Training Course.
Review: Power in the Blood.

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