In this Film Ireland Podcast, Gemma Creagh talks to Director Daniel Holmes & Producer Matthew Toman about their film Street Leagues, which tells the inspiring story of the Irish Homeless Street Leagues – where homeless people and recovering addicts use the power of sport to regain their self-worth and reclaim their lives.
June Butler celebrates Daniel F. Holmes’ winning film.
Seán Crosson witnesses things crumbling in Peter Mackie Burns’ Rialto.
In this podcast, Paul Farren talks to Irish journalist, film historian and author about the craft of writing about film.
Sarah Cullen takes a look at Lina Luzyte’s The Castle which introduces us to Monika, a thirteen year old Lithuanian girl living in Dublin.
June Butler sorts through Gillian Marsh’s intimate portrait of the life and work of Irish collage artist Sean Hillen, as he sets out to to declutter and make sense of his life.
Michael Lee’s entropy has been inverted.
Aoife O’Neill discovers a cover-up involving police entrapment in Trevor Birney’s documentary The Dakota Entrapment Tapes.
Seán Crosson takes a look at Pat Collins’ Henry Glassie: Field Work, a portrait of the American folklorist.
‘IGNITE’ is a pilot bilingual talent development programme directed towards emerging Irish and Northern Irish documentary filmmakers embarking on their first or second non-fiction feature film.