In this DIFF Interview we talk to the team behind Don’t Forget to Remember about their powerful Reel Art documentary.
As part of this year’s Dublin International Film Festival, the Silver Screen Critics give their thoughts on Banel & Adama.
Gemma grasps with Sean Durkin’s biopic The Iron Claw.
Gemma Creagh looks at Steve McQueen’s L’Œil d’or nominated Occupied City.
Gemma Creagh medicates with Irish horror Double Blind.
There’s exciting news in the Film Ireland office as Fís Éireann/Screen Ireland have announced the recipients of their pilot Audience Development Fund. Among the 20 successful projects, Film Ireland is delighted to be selected to deliver our Screen Sessions initiative later in 2024.
In this RIPECast Podcast, Conor, Film producer and academic, chats with his colleague Dr. Barnaby Taylor about the role and history of Film Ireland as well as his plans for developing an archival project based on a collection of every paper copy ever published.
Jack Murphy looks at iconic cinematic IP revisited in Godzilla Minus One.
Gemma Creagh cashes out of this underdog comedy. “Everybody hates bankers,” this is a line of dialogue, a plotpoint and the entire theme of Bank of Dave, all rolled into one. This film wholeheartedly continues the longstanding tradition of deeply sincere British underdog films, featuring heartwarming locals, the local pub – and no mention of divisive political views or Brexit whatsoever. Awkward and skilled London lawyer Hugh (Joel Fry) is instructed to venture outside the…
Gemma Creagh digests Wonka, the latest addition to a classic franchise.