Joe Comerford retrospective (Traveller) • Fintan Connolly & Hilary Dully on No Comment documentaries • 1990 Broadcasting Act (part I) • Hal Hartley interview • Celtic Film Festival report • The Secret Prophecy article by Joe Comerford.
Review: Schizophrenic City.
Exhibition: Eternity – Where?
Who’s who in BBC NI & UTV • Pre-1934 Fritz Lang films • 1916 Rising on the screen • Plans for the Irish Film Centre • Algerian Film Festival report • Berlin Film Festival report • Improvised Digging article by Michael O’Kelly.
Exhibition: Cinema Ireland 1896-1950.
Paddy Buckley interview • Film Distribution in Ireland • Combining video and Super 8 for Low-Cost Production • Orla Walsh as producer on Brush Shiels Birmingham Six video • Who’s Who in RTÉ • Tony Murray’s interview (Special Friends) • Painful Cases.
Whitefriar Street Serenade: Séamus Carraher & Bernice Donoghue interview • Thaddeus O’Sullivan interview (December Bride) • Irish Film Past and Future • Irish Film Funding • Who’s Who in C4 • Festivals: Cork Film Festival report, East-West Forum at the Low-Budget Festival report • Joe Comerford’s article for the Sense of Ireland film seminar.
Reviews: The Field, DCU videos.
Liam O’Leary interview • Jim Allen interview (Hidden Agenda) • RTÉ after the Act: Fiantan Ryan, Liam Miller, Fred Hayden and Pat Keenan comments • Cork Film Festival preview • Milkwaukee Irish Fest report.
Review: Hidden Agenda.
Government’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.
TV3 • 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.
Women 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.