In this podcast, Paul Farren & Wayne Byrne discuss Sam Peckinpah’s masterpiece The Wild Bunch, which celebrated its 50th anniversary this year. Paul and Wayne look back on the film’s legacy and celebrate its “ballet of violence”.
Tristan Heanue gives us an insight into Ciúnas, his Irish language short film, which is screening at this year’s Galway Film Fleadh. Tristan is also nominated for The Bingham Ray New Talent Award at this year’s festival. What can you tell us about Ciunas? It follows a couple as they drive to the city to collect their daughter, they are in the middle of a family crisis. It focuses mainly on the parents and how…
Director Frank Shouldice spoke to Film Ireland about his film, which is released in cinemas 29th March.
Ross Killeen explains how his short film ’99 Problems’ came to life.
Dub Daze is a comedy/drama set in the north, south, and centre of Dublin city. Get to know Dan and Baz, two friends looking for kicks on their last day of school; Cork medical students Jack and Seán who arrive in the capital to find their way amongst Ireland’s affluent youth; and songwriter Fi who struggles to break through on the cut-throat Dublin music scene. Shane J. Collins talks to Film Ireland about his comedy-drama feature, “a passion…
Directors Brian O’Neill and Paul Bushe talk to Film Ireland about their feature ‘Killers Within’, which screens at this year’s IFI Horrorthon.
Director Mark Noonan takes us into the world of the Pritzker Prize-winning architect Kevin Roche, a true Irish visionary.
Director Nathan Fagan talks to Film Ireland about his film ‘Hum’, an intimate portrait of artist and singer-songwriter, Kevin Nolan.
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.