David Deignan takes a look at Land Without God, an intimate portrait of a family coming to terms with decades of institutional abuse and the impact it has had and is still having on their lives.
David Deignan approaches the People’s Pyramid. Paul Duane’s What Time is Death? was funded under the Arts Council Reel Art Scheme, which is designed to provide filmmakers with a unique opportunity to make highly creative, imaginative and experimental documentaries on an artistic. Duane’s film, which certainly delivers in all three areas, focuses on Bill Drummond and Jimmy Cauty, formerly known as British electronic band The KLF, whose last famous act was in 1994, when they…
David Deignan checks out Brian O’ Flaherty’s documentary, which tells the fascinating story of Sean O’Casey and Alfred Hitchcock’s collaboration on one of the very first British ‘talkies’ – an adaptation of Juno and the Paycock.
David Deignan takes a look at Fergal Costello’s short horror film ‘Stephanie’ starring Moe Dunford.
David Deignan reflects on Roddy Doyle’s powerful and poignant story that takes aim at Ireland’s homelessness crisis.