The Dublin International Comedy Film Festival kicks off this week with a programme that promises to deliver comic gifts, including films, sketches and web series from Ireland and around the globe.
With an impressive IMDB roll call behind him and a bright future ahead of him we chat to screenwriter and actor Niall Cassin.
Ahead of the Friday screening of her latest short film ‘Paddy’, we chat with filmmaker Roisin Kearney about her thoughts, her career and the filmmaking process.
In this Film Ireland podcast, Gemma Creagh talks to producer John Wallace, co-founder of Cowtown Pictures with Alan Maher.
James Bartlett channels his inner daredevil meeting Irish-American stuntwoman Kelly Róisin, who features in Stuntwomen: The Untold Hollywood Story.
In this podcast Gemma Creagh talks to Ciaran Cassidy, whose film ‘Jihad Jane’ is in cinemas Friday, 13th February.
Gemma Creagh talks to Chiara Viala about feature debut, The New Music, a musical drama revolving around the life of a pianist with Young Onset Parkinson’s and the punk band that changes his life.
Áine Stapleton introduces us to her film Horrible Creature, which screens on Wednesday, 8th January 2020 at 18.30 at the IFI as part of IFI & First Fortnight January 2020.
In Rebecca Daly’s Good Favour, a wounded teenage stranger who stumbles into an isolated village of devout Christians gradually reveals his motives. David Prendeville met Rebecca to discover more about the film.
Writer/Director Treasa O’Brien takes us behind the story of ‘Town of Strangers’, a film about a stranger who comes to make a film in the small town of Gort in the West of Ireland, and the people she meets when she holds auditions