Robert Manson talks to Film Ireland about his film ‘Lost In The Living’ which screens at the IFI this week.
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.
Steven Galvin caught up with Subotica Entertainment’s Aoife O’Sullivan, one of the Irish producers of ‘Tasting Menu’ to pore over the menu.
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 Whackala’s first feature-length documentary, which shines a light on the people who live and work in Dublin’s Phoenix Park. The…
Ireland On Sunday presents the Irish premiere of ‘Pauline Bewick: Yellow Man, Grey Man’, Maurice Galway’s portrait of the artist. Steven Galvin chatted to the director about his film ahead of its screening this Sunday.
Steven Galvin caught up with Keith Jordan to find out more about his web series ‘Flyboy’, which follows an ineffectual superhero battling against the brutish forces of Dublin’s underworld.
Steven Galvin chats to writer/ director Alan Lambert to find out about his unique colourful audio-visual experience ‘The End Of The Earth Is My Home’.
Steven Galvin sat down with writer/director Tobias Lindholm to find out more about his tense hostage thriller.