We preview all the Irish films screening at this year’s festival.
David Turpin is a screenwriter (The Lodgers, The Winter Lake) and musician, as The Late David Turpin. With the release of his new album Romances – a collaboration with a ‘cast’ of ten different guest singers that was inspired by his work in film – David discusses five unusual cinematic love stories that have been influential on his own work.
Maya Derrington, Katie McNeice and Tom Speers join Gemma Creagh to talk about their films and filmmaking.
Producer Mark Coffey tells Film Ireland about romantic comedy ‘Writing Home’, made as part of the Filmbase Masters Course and set to screen at this year’s Galway Film Fleadh.
The great documentary filmmaker Albert Maysles died last week aged 88. In 2005 Documentary Producer and Director Vanessa Gildea interviewed him for Film Ireland.
Check out the video report from the Red Carpet at JDIFF’s Irish premiere of ‘Calvary’ from our bestest buddies On The Reel in association with Film Ireland.
In Part II of this Film Ireland podcast Stephen Shields, Conor McMahon, Ciarán Foy, Conor Barry and Brendan Muldowney talk about the place of reviews, critics, bloggers and trolls in the age of social media.
‘Shrooms’ director Paddy Breathnach talks to Sheena Sweeney about his influences, the mushrooming Irish film industry and the magic of a little encouragement.
The latest edition of Film Ireland magazine is now available, sadly however, this will be the final print edition of the magazine.
The IFI has a vacancy to be filled under the FAS Jobbridge Internship Scheme. The vacancy is for a Marketing & Communications Assistant.