Loretta Goff revisits Nora, the true story of Nora Barnacle and her tempestuous relationship with James Joyce, from acclaimed Irish director Pat Murphy.
Christy Taylor reviews ‘Lyra’, a profound portrait of an inspiring writer.
Sarah Cullen reviews Johnny Gogan’s examination of the history of fracking in Ireland.
Rachel Gough praises Robert Manson’s ‘Holy Island’ as an exciting shift in Irish cinema.
Loretta Goff sways to the rhthym of Pat Collins’ The Dance
Kimberly Reyes is back in town at the Foyle Film Festival for Songs For While I’m Away.
June Butler plays among the stars with Tadhg O’Sullivan’s epic elegy ‘To The Moon’.
Gemma Creagh is bustin’ outta here with her review of Damien Dempsey documentary, Love Yourself Today.
June Butler takes a look at Robbie Walsh’s feature ‘The Letters’.
Stephen Burke braves the storm on a remote island.