The Virgin Media Dublin International Film Festival returns for its 2020 edition, bringing with it 12 days of the best of world cinema to Dublin alongside an exciting range of new Irish films. Here we preview the Irish films on offer.
This year is the 45th anniversary of the release of ‘One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest’. Writer and broadcaster Ann Marie Hourihan tells us why the film is still relevant today.
The inaugural Catalyst International Film Festival will open in Limerick in March 2020 presenting a film programme that prioritises stories and storytellers currently under-represented on screen and behind the camera.
Emma Keyes checks out a programme of Cork-themed films from collections at the IFI Irish Film Archive.
Emma Keyes was at the Cork Film Festival to see ‘Lost Lives’, Dermot Lavery and Michael Hewitt’s film adapted from the book that aims to document the stories of the men, women and children who have died as a result of the Troubles in Northern Ireland.
Gemma Creagh talks to producer Brian J. Falconer about his role producing ‘Ordinary Love’.
Kimberly Reyes checks in on new Irish comedy-drama ‘The Last Right’, Aoife Crehan’s feature debut, which premiered at the Cork Film Festival.
Sean O’Rourke takes a look at Céline Sciamma’s Portrait of a Lady on Fire.
Caleb Cotter checks out Sweetness in the Belly, a Canadian-Irish co-production of an adaptation of Camilla Gibb’s bestseller, directed by Zeresenay Berhane Mehari.
Caleb Cotter battles the rainy streets of Cork to find solace in shorts.