Seán Crosson reviews Philip Doherty’s biblical black comedy about a prodigal son returning to his hometown to seek salvation for his sins.
Seán Crosson returns to mid nineteen century Ireland in Tomás Ó Súilleabháin ‘Arracht’.
Seán Crosson gets into the grooves of ‘Breaking Ice’, the story of the first Irish bobsleigh team to take part in the Olympics.
Seán Crosson witnesses things crumbling in Peter Mackie Burns’ Rialto.
Seán Crosson takes a look at Pat Collins’ Henry Glassie: Field Work, a portrait of the American folklorist.
Seán Crosson takes in Karl Golden’s Bruno, which follows an Irish homeless man who has drifted into a life on the streets of London.
Seán Crosson reflects on Aodh Ó Coileáin’s exploration of confluence.
Seán Crosson took in a selection of documentary shorts at this year’s Fleadh, featuring works from both established and debut directors, showcasing the best of Irish talent.
Seán Crosson reviews one of the most ambitious, innovative and deeply moving Irish films of recent times.
Seán Crosson is moved by Ciaran Creagh’s “powerful and unsettling” feature ‘In View’.