Celebrating Irish identity, culture and artistry, CIFF brings the best in contemporary Irish cinema to the Washington, DC, area.
Discussing the origins and evolution of the festival, the importance of an Irish film festival in Washington and the challenges the festival faces.
John Collins spoke to Tony Cranstoun, editor of ‘The Farthest’, which closed this year’s Capital Irish Film Festival in Washington D.C.
John Collins spoke to Elynia Betts, whose short film ‘Maeve and the Moon’ screened at this year’s Capital Irish Film Festival in Washington D.C.
John Collins spoke to Colin McIvor, whose film ‘Zoo’ opened this year’s Capital Irish Film Festival in Washington D.C.
John Collins was at the 11th annual Capital Irish Film Festival in Washington, U.S.A and met some of the attending filmmakers.
Adam McPartlan had a few questions for David Dryden and Eileen Walsh, co-directors of ‘Together in Pieces’, a new film documenting the fluctuating backdrops of Northern Ireland.
Solas Nua’s 10th Capital Irish Film Festival opens with ‘Older Than Ireland’.
‘Vultures’ selected for the 10th Capital Irish Film Festival, Washington DC.
Adam McPartlan reports from the 9th Capital Irish Film Festival, which brought some of the best of contemporary Irish film to Washington D.C.