Tag: "Steven Galvin"
Writer / director Ciaran Creagh talked to Film Ireland about his film ‘In View’, a study of depression and suicidal thoughts.
Patrick Brendan O’Neill took time out to answer a few questions about his film The Uncountable Laughter of The Sea.
Film Ireland caught up with Richard Bolger, producer of Mark O’Connor’s latest film ‘Cardboard Gangsters’ ahead of the film’s premiere at this year’s Galway Film Fleadh
Robert Manson talks to Film Ireland about his film ‘Lost In The Living’ which screens at the IFI this week.
We chat to the founding editor of Film Ireland about his film ‘Generate the State’, which features at this month’s IFI Ireland on Sunday.
Alex Fegan talks to Film Ireland about his documentary ‘Older Than Ireland’.
IFI Ireland on Sunday Interview: Clare Delargy, director of ‘Mercedes Gleitze: The Spirit of a New Age’
Film Ireland talks to Clare Delargy about her film ‘Mercedes Gleitze: The Spirit of a New Age’, which features at this month’s IFI Ireland on Sunday.
Juliette Bonass chats to Film Ireland about participating in Producers on the Move, which takes place this week as apart of the Cannes Festival
Frank Berry chats to Film Ireland about ‘I Used to Live Here’, which takes a fictional look at the tragic phenomenon of suicide clusters.
Film Ireland talks to Treasa O’Brien, co-director of ‘Eat Your Children’, a documentary about Ireland, austerity and daring to dissent.
Brian Reddin talks to Film Ireland about It Came from Connemara!!, his documentary about the legendary Roger Corman’s time making movies in Connemara.
Neasa Ní Chianáin’s talks to Film Ireland about ‘The Stranger’, her documentary about Neal MacGregor, an English artist who lived in solitude on Inishbofin and died alone, aged 44.
Keith Walsh talks to Film Ireland about ‘Apples of the Golan’, which documents the precarious existence of the village of Madjal Shams in the occupied Golan Heights.
Marcus Stewart, co-director of ‘Marathon Men’, speaks to Film Ireland about the documentary which tells the uplifting story of 2 runners who set out to run 32 marathons in 32 days in the 32 counties of Ireland.
Ahead of the film’s premiere at the IFI Horrorthon, director Jason Figgis tells Film Ireland about putting the film together.
Laura Aguiar, co-director of ‘We Were There’, speaks to Film Ireland about the documentary which features the unique experiences of women in the predominantly male world of the Maze and Long Kesh Prison during the Troubles in Northern Ireland.
Director Kevin Liddy spoke to Film Ireland about ‘The Suffering Kind’, which screens this Sunday at the IFI as part of its monthly showcase for new Irish film.
IFI Ireland on Sunday Interview: Martina Durac, director of ‘Mairéad Farrell: Comhrá nár Chríochnaigh’
Steven Galvin discusses ‘Mairéad Farrell: Comhrá nár Chríochnaigh’ with director Martina Durac ahead of the film’s screening at this month’s IFI Ireland on Sunday.
Film Ireland chats to producer, Craig Moore and director, Bertie Brosnan, whose short film ‘Jacob Wrestling With the Angel’ screens at this year’s Cannes Fim Festival.
Konrad Begg, director of ‘Songs for Amy’, talks to Film Ireland about his ‘darkly comedic love story’, inspired by the music scene of the West of Ireland.
When Whackala began a crowd-funding campaign in 2011 to raise money to make City Wild the company set out to produce a short film. Since then City Wild has evolved to become a feature documentary. Steven Galvin caught up with Leticia Agudo, who co-directed the film with Paul McGrath, to find out more about […]
Steven Galvin chats to Des Kilbane, director of ‘Croí Trodach (A Fighting Heart), the epic story of Johnny Kilbane (1889–1957), the longest reigning World Featherweight Boxing Champion of all time.