Gemma Creagh took advantage of a telecommunications device to chat to Hilary Rose about her experiences playing Mairead MacSweeney in the hit Cork comedy.
Shane Hennessy goes in search of director Niall McCann who’s Lost in France.
Writer / director Ciaran Creagh talked to Film Ireland about his film ‘In View’, a study of depression and suicidal thoughts.
Daniel Gordon talked to Film Ireland about his new feature documentary, ‘George Best: All By Myself’.
Gemma Creagh talks to director Billy O’Brien and actor Max Records about their film ‘I Am Not a Serial Killer’.
Stephen Porzio talks to Gerard Walsh about his film ‘South’, which is out now in Irish cinemas.
Stephen Porzio talks to Pieter-Jan De Pue, the director of the Irish co-production ‘The Land of the Enlightened’.
Stephen Porzio talks to Johnny O’Reilly about his film ‘Moscow Never Sleeps’, a multi-story drama that weaves through Moscow’s choked cityscape as it celebrates its birthday with a massive fireworks display.
Interview: Charles Harris, author of ‘Jaws in Space: Powerful Pitching for Film and TV Screenwriters’
Two screenwriters once walked into a Hollywood producer’s office and said three words: ‘Jaws in space.’ That pitch won them the contract for the blockbuster movie Alien. Award-winning director, Charles Harris, wants to teach you how to do the same in his new book: Jaws in Space: Powerful Pitching for Film and TV Screenwriters.
Ahead of his appearance at Filmbase, Gemma Creagh talked to Greg Stesero, co-star of cult film ‘The Room’ and best-selling author of the ‘The Disaster Artist’.
Sennia Nanua takes us behind the scenes of new zombie thriller ‘The Girl With All The Gifts’ and answers a few questions.
Gemma Creagh talks to director Peter Foott, and actors Hilary Rose and PJ Gallagher about ‘The Young Offenders’.
Ahead of its screening at A4 Sounds, Jonathan Victory talks to Séamus Hanly about his film The Middle Finger.
Stephen Porzio chats to Seána Kerslake and Charleigh Bailey about A Date for Mad Mary, a tough and tender story about friendship, first love, and letting go of the glory days.
Stephen Porzio sat down with Aoife Kelleher to chat about her latest documentary, which explores the big question of faith, in the small Irish village of Knock.
Gemma Creagh chats to the director Paddy Breathnach and writer Mark O’Halloran of ‘Viva’
Sean Finnan talked to Pádraig Trehy about his film ‘Shem The Penman Sings Again’, which deals with the actual and much fabled friendship of James Joyce and John McCormack.
“The stress test is truthfully most women’s experience”- Seán Crosson In Conversation with Mary McGuckian Mary McGuckian, whose most recent film The Price of Desire is currently screening in Irish cinemas, has directed 12 films to date, an impressive figure when one considers the challenges female directors in particular have faced in the male-dominated […]
Jonathan Victory talks to Katie Holly, producer of Whit Stillman’s ‘Love & Friendship’.
‘Who is Dervla Murphy?’ profiles Ireland’s most prolific travel writer, through rare and exclusive access to Dervla, her family and friends.
Brian Ó Tiomáin interviews fellow Film Ireland journalist James Phelan about the scripts of his show ‘Wrecking the Rising’ – a comedy drama about time travel and 1916
Paul Farren talks to the director of ‘Mammal’ Rebecca Daly, and actor Barry Keoghan.
Paul Farren talks to Ben Wheatley about his latest film ‘High Rise’, adapted from J.G. Ballard’s visionary novel.
Grace Corry sat down with director Risteard O’Domhnaill to discuss his documentary about three small fishing communities.