June Butler falls under a spell of images and sounds at a special centenary screening of The Cabinet of Dr Caligari on 26th February in Dublin’s St Ann’s Church with a new score performed live by Adrian Crowley, Sean Mac Erlaine, Matthew Nolan and Barry Adamson, with live processing by Neil O’Connor.
June Butler enters Kafka zone.
June Butler paints a picture.
June Butler gives out stars and stripes.
June Butler digs into Seamus Murphy’s journey through the inspiration, writing and recording of a PJ Harvey record.
June Butler was at the Dublin International Film Festival for a screening of Sacha Polak’s Irish co-production ‘Dirty God’.
June Butler takes a look at Fearghal Ward and Adrian Duncan’s Reel Art film, Floating Structures, which shines a light on buildings and structures that seem as though they have emerged from another world.
June Butler takes off the blindfold to have a look at Susanne Bier’s netflix thriller.
June Butler finds stories of love and loss, hope and disappointment that all began under the clock.
June Butler spoke with director Katrina Costello about her documentary ‘The Silver Branch’, which tells the story of Patrick McCormack, a farmer and poet whose family have lived in the Burren for generations.