Seán Crosson returns to mid nineteen century Ireland in Tomás Ó Súilleabháin ‘Arracht’.
June Butler celebrates Daniel F. Holmes’ winning film.
Seán Crosson witnesses things crumbling in Peter Mackie Burns’ Rialto.
Aoife O’Neill discovers a cover-up involving police entrapment in Trevor Birney’s documentary The Dakota Entrapment Tapes.
Aoife O’Neill spends time with a dysfunctional adult his smart-ass 10-year-old nephew in Dave Minogue’s Poster Boys, which screened at this year’s Galway Film Fleadh.
June Butler gets involved in a botched robbery and steals a review of Paddy Slattery’s ‘Broken Law’.
Orla Monaghan takes in a strong selection at Irish Talent: New Shorts Three: Fiction at Galway Film Fleadh 2020, featuring both new and established directors and writers using innovative narrative structures to explore how to solve age-old issues through unique coping strategies.
Orla Monaghan travels to Ireland’s most remote inhabited island in Loïc Jourdain’s The Tribe of Gods.
Irene Falvey checks in on Eoin C. Macken’s Here are the Young Men, a tale of toxic masculinity, adolescent love and paranoia that premiered at this year’s Galway Film Fleadh 2020.
June Butler takes a look at John Connors’ poignant documentary Endless Sunshine on a Cloudy Day, which won the coveted “Audience Award for Best Film” at the Virgin Media Dublin International Film Festival in March 2020.