Filmmaker Graham Cantwell chats to Steve Gunn about his life in film.
Paul Farren talks to Ben Wheatley about taking a procedural look at action with Free Fire, breaking it down to an atomic level, planning the shoot, the production design, the ’70s setting, scriptwriting and the inspirations behind Armie Hammer’s suave look. Armie Hammer, left, whose look was inspired by: Dan O’Bannon and Tony […]
Sarah Cullen and Richard Drumm return to investigate the demise of Sherlock, take a look at ADIFF, and ponder some recent releases in your cinema – films in which things happen.
Jonathan Victory talks to Emer Reynold’s about her stunning documentary on NASA’s Voyager mission,which screens at this year’s Audi Dublin International Film Festival.
Grace Corry sat down with Grainne Humphreys to delve into the delights that await us at this year’s Audi Dublin International Film Festival.
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.
Women in Film and Television Ireland presented their October event Innovators with a particular emphasis on creative, business and technological innovations in an ever-changing media landscape
Grace Corry talks to Paddy Breathnach about ‘Viva’, which is out now on DVD and On-Demand.
In this podcast, Paul Farren talks to directors Jason Figgis and Mark Sheridan about their films, ‘Don’t You Recognise Me?’ and ‘Crone Wood’, which are screening as part of the IFI Horrorthon.
This podcast features producer Julie Ryan talking to Sarah Griffin about her career to date and her work on The Young Offenders.
Our secret pod agency, led by Richard Drumm, recruits imprisoned supervillains, deranged director Paul Farren and Forbidden Planet’s elite hit man Scott Adair, to execute a dangerous analysis of the latest American superhero film and save the world from DC Comics adaptations, in exchange for leaner sentences.
Ahead of this year’s GAZE, Grace Corry talks to festival director Noel Sutton and festival programmer Roisín Geraghty.