Irene Falvey follows Colin Broderick’s film in which Northern Irish writer Matt Donnelly returns home to Tyrone having not been back for 30 years, to face the ghosts of his past.
We take a look at some of the Irish films coming your way in 2021.
To round off the year, we chose some of our favourites from 2020.
When time stands still and all around you shudders to a halt, we seek inspiration beyond our reality and find refuge in the magic of film.
Sarah Cullen & Richard Drumm return to the world of pod after a long hiatus – reunited over zoom, our dynamic duo take a look back at the year in film.
Director Tom Noone tells us about his short film ‘Our Space’, produced for Fíor Scéal Theatre.
Aoife O’Neill was at the 2020 Toronto Irish Film Festival for Seamus Heaney and the Music of what happens, Adam Low’s portrait of the Nobel Prize-winning poet.
Loretta Goff takes on The Sheriff, Grace Sweeney’s film which follows two candidates competing to be elected for this prolific role in two contrasting territories.
Emma Keyes celebrates ‘The 8th’ which traces Ireland’s campaign to remove the 8th Amendment – a constitutional ban on abortion.
Shauna Fox finds this live-action adaptation to be one soldier who simply cant be rescued.