We spoke with the ‘Samira’s Dream’ Director Nino Tropiano about his documentary which tells the story of a Zanzibari woman, Samira, who aspires to have a family like all of her friends, but is also determined to pursue higher education and a career.
“Roads? Where we’re going, we don’t need roads” James Bartlett reflects upon the Irish-built DeLorean that became one of the most iconic cars in automotive and film history.
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.
Director Tom Noone tells us about his short film ‘Our Space’, produced for Fíor Scéal Theatre.
In this video blog post Dean Kavanagh reveals what materials he has made available, how to watch them and where to start.
Director Conor Armstrong Sanfey invites us into the lift and takes up to the top floor to give us a bird’s eye view of making his debut feature, which is now available to stream on the Amazon Prime.
John Pearson gets to an understanding of the cinema of Andrei Tarkovsky through the filmmaker’s seminal book about art and film, ‘Sculpting In Time’.
Dave Thomas tells us about what went into making his award-winning film about ‘Ability’ of those with a disability