Ahead of the 2020 Dublin International Film Festival, three filmmakers joined Gemma Creagh on the latest Film Ireland podcast.. From left to right Tristan Heanue (Ciúnas), Iseult Howlett (The Grass Ceiling) and Suri Grennell (Wrath) came into the studio to talk about their films and the craft of filmmaking.
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.
In this podcast Gemma Creagh talks to the writer/director Aoife Crehan about her debut feature.
Gemma Creagh talks to producer Brian J. Falconer about his role producing ‘Ordinary Love’.
In this episode Gemma Creagh talks to iffy film festival director Duncan McKenna and filmmakers Aoife Nic Ardghail and Jack Thornton, whose films Casual and Love Lane United are screening at the festival, which takes place on Saturday, 23rd November at The Pearse Centre Theatre, Dublin 2.
In this podcast, Gemma Creagh met up with Gerard Mannix Flynn, in The Westbury Hotel in Dublin to talk about his film – co-directed with Maedhbh McMahon & Lotta Petronella – Land Without God, which examines the legacy of Institutional abuse by the Irish Church and State over the last century.
In this podcast, Gemma Creagh talks filmmaking with Shelly Love, the director of ‘A Bump Along the Way’.
In A Bump Along the Way a boozy 44-year-old single mother becomes pregnant from a one-night-stand, much to the shame of her buttoned-up teen daughter. Gemma Creagh talked to producer Louise Gallagher about the female-led, feel good, comedy drama set in Derry.
Gemma Creagh reviews Joanna Hogg’s latest film.