Gemma Creagh reviews this true story which tells the story of a terminally-ill father as he attempts to find a new home for his young son.
A man’s mid-life crisis takes the form of a murderous jacket. Gemma Creagh reviews the surreal comedy, Deerskin.
It’s time to get funky. Gemma Creagh reviews Summer of Soul (…Or, When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised), a powerful documentary about a nearly-forgotten festival.
In this Film Ireland podcast Gemma Creagh talks to filmmakers Kamila Dydyna, Diarmuid Donohoe & Annika Cassidy whose short films are screening at this year’s Galway Film Fleadh.
Will this scary sequel be your port of call once cinemas reopen? Gemma Creagh reviews John Krasinski’s tension-filled offering.
Chomping at the bit for this light-hearted comedy, Gemma Creagh goes to the races.
In this Film Ireland podcast, Gemma Creagh talks to Pat Collins about hid film ‘Henry Glassie: Field Work’, a portrait of the American folklorist.
In this podcast, Gemma Creagh talks to Treasa O’Brien, director of ‘Town of Strangers’.
In this Film Ireland podcast, Gemma Creagh talks to Mary McGuckian, whose film ‘A Girl From Mogadishu’ is released in cinemas across Ireland.
In this Film Ireland podcast, Gemma Creagh talks to 3 filmmakers, David Prendeville Edwina Casey and Maureen O’Connell, about their short films screening at this year’s Cork International Film Festival.