June Butler celebrates Daniel F. Holmes’ winning film.
Seán Crosson witnesses things crumbling in Peter Mackie Burns’ Rialto.
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.
Aoife O’Neill spends time with a dysfunctional adult his smart-ass 10-year-old nephew in Dave Minogue’s Poster Boys, which screened at this year’s Galway Film Fleadh.
Loretta Goff takes a walk to The Winter Lake to review director Phil Sheerin, writer David Turpin’s dark coming-of-age drama.
June Butler gets involved in a botched robbery and steals a review of Paddy Slattery’s ‘Broken Law’.