In this episode of The DocArena Podcast, Ross Whitaker talks to Kristina Lindström & Kristian Petri about their documentary ‘The Most Beautiful Boy in the World’.
Daniel Kiniry reviews Piotr Domalewski’s Irish-Polish, coming-of-age drama that explores the complications of family bonds and the cost of separation.
A man’s mid-life crisis takes the form of a murderous jacket. Gemma Creagh reviews the surreal comedy, Deerskin.
Cian Geoghegan tells Film Ireland about his short film System, which screens at this year’ Galway Film Fleadh. When Direct Provision was first introduced in Ireland, the time an asylum seeker was to spend awaiting approval of their claim was said to be a period of no more than six months. Jerome lived in Direct Provision for eight years while his claim was processed.
It’s time to get funky. Gemma Creagh reviews Summer of Soul (…Or, When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised), a powerful documentary about a nearly-forgotten festival.
In this Film Ireland podcast Gemma Creagh talks to filmmakers Kamila Dydyna, Diarmuid Donohoe & Annika Cassidy whose short films are screening at this year’s Galway Film Fleadh.
Seán Crosson reviews Michael McCormack’s IFTA-winning Breaking Out, an intimate journey into the heart and soul of musician Fergus O’Farrell.