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.
June Butler is haunted by Niall McCann’s observational drama centres on well-known Irish musician Adrian Crowley.
June Butler takes a long look at Patrick Maxwell’s short ‘Gone’.
June Butler finds a lot to like in ‘Alex Cox’s Introduction to Film – A Director’s Perspective’.
June Butler takes in Johnny Gogan’s documentary about Irish essayist Hubert Butler: Witness to the Future, which screened at the Audi Dublin International Film Festival.
June Butler chats to Grainne Humphreys, the festival director of the Audi Dublin International Film Festival, about the selection process involved in the festival and what’s in store for Irish film lovers this year.
June Butler unsheathes the DVD of ‘A Doctor’s Sword’, Gary Lennon’s documentary about Aidan MacCarthy, an Irish doctor, who, at 28, joined the RAF in London as the 2nd World war began.