Tag: "Sounding Off"
This article first appeared in issue 144 Spring 2013, the last ever printed issue of Film Ireland, which was published 14th February 2013.
A Response to Sounding Off: Making Irish films that people want to watch: my thoughts on Mark O’Connor’s manifesto
Screenwriter and producer Eilis Mernagh responds to Mark O’Connor’s Sounding Off article: ‘The New Wave, The Fís And The Rage’, which featured in Film Ireland magazine Issue 142 Autumn 2012
Writer/Director Mark O’Connor hails a new face in Irish cinema in ‘The New Wave, The Fís And The Rage’, which featured in Film Ireland magazine Issue 142 Autumn 2012.
Welcome to Film Ireland’s online ‘Sounding Off’ section. Here is your chance to give your opinion and – hopefully – spark off a heated debate. Feel free to respond in the comments section (no flaming, please!) or if you’d like to kick off your own topic, please email email@example.com. Enjoy!
Paul Lynch explores why superheroes movies are no longer films for our times.
Ferdia Mac Anna tell us how he tries to fall in love with Irish film – but keeps getting jilted. This is the second article in Film Ireland’s ‘Sounding Off’ section – the place for debate and discussion on the topics that you find most compelling.