Denis Condon explores how cinema, in Dublin especially, was about to change radically as it underwent a post-World War I, post-1916 Rising building boom 100 years ago.
June Butler gives a snapshot of Ciara Nic Chormaic ‘s exploration of fashion photography as an artform through the work of internationally renowned photographer Perry Ogden.
Liam Hanlon was at the Dublin International Film Festival for Peter Mackie-Burns screen adaptation of Mark O’Halloran’s play Trade.
In this Film Ireland podcast, Paul Farren talks to director Lorcan Finnegan and writer Garret Shanley about their film ‘Vivarium’, which is available on digital from 27th March.
Aoife O’Ceallachain reviews When Women Won, Anna Rodgers’ film which tells the emotional inside story of the Together for Yes campaign to repeal the 8th amendment.
Irene Falvey was at the Dublin International Film festival for Vivienne Dick’s new film that contrasts the concerns of present day living in New York with the bohemian wildness of the city in the late 70s.
Cathy Butler doubles up on a story of a young woman searching for her biological mother.