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.
In this podcast, Paul Farren talks to Tom Burke, the director of Losing Alaska, which tells the story of a small community in Alaska called Newtok who are dealing with a slow-moving disaster.
Director Erik Nelson, who was in Dublin recently, talked to Paul Farren about the making of the documentary.
Gemma Creagh met up with writer/director Alan Mulligan to talk about his look at modern-day greed and desire, and society’s ever-growing need for control.
Director Frank Shouldice spoke to Film Ireland about his film, which is released in cinemas 29th March.
In this podcast, Gemma Creagh talks to Irish writer Stephen Shields about his debut feature film The Hole in the Ground.
David Prendeville chats to director / co-writer Lee Cronin and actor Seána Kerslake about their horror ‘The Hole in the Ground’.
Writer/director Robbie Walsh on his film Eden which sets out 24 hours in the life of Adam, who is homeless.
Ross Killeen explains how his short film ’99 Problems’ came to life.
Dub Daze is a comedy/drama set in the north, south, and centre of Dublin city. Get to know Dan and Baz, two friends looking for kicks on their last day of school; Cork medical students Jack and Seán who arrive in the capital to find their way amongst Ireland’s affluent youth; and songwriter Fi who struggles to break through on the cut-throat Dublin music scene. Shane J. Collins talks to Film Ireland about his comedy-drama feature, “a passion…