Sean O’Rourke was at the Cork Film Festival to watch ‘The Light House’, Robert Eggers’ enthralling, evocative follow-up to the chilling period horror The Witch.
Sean O’Rourke takes a look at Céline Sciamma’s Portrait of a Lady on Fire.
Women in Film and Television Ireland (WFT Ireland) are at the Cork Film Festival to help filmmakers navigate entertainment law and gender imbalance in film programming.
Tom Crowley attended a screening of Jennifer Kent’s The Nightingale at this year’s Cork Film Festival.
We preview all the Irish films screening at this year’s festival.
Women in Film and Television Ireland (wft.ie) a chapter of Women in Film and Television International, has announced that to date 8 Irish Film festivals have accepted their invitation to sign up to the 5050×2020 Gender Parity and Inclusion Pledge which was launched by Cannes Festival chiefs at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival. These are: Animation Dingle, Cork Film Festival, Dublin Feminist Film Festival, Galway Film Fleadh, GAZE LGBT Film Festival, Kerry Film Festival, Still…
Gabrielle Ulubay introduces Belgium filmmaker Miwako van Weyenberg and talks to her about her film ‘Summer Rain’, which screened at the 2018 Cork Film Festival.
Loretta Goff discovers the secrets of New York’s mass graves in Brendan Byrne’s ‘One Million American Dreams’.
Cian Griffin enters ‘The Belly of the Whale’, which screened at this cork Film Festival.
Jack O’Dwyer gets caught up in the fractured narrative of Pat Murphy’s seminal Irish Feminist film ‘Maeve’, which screened at this year’s Cork Film Festival.