We spoke with the ‘Samira’s Dream’ Director Nino Tropiano about his documentary which tells the story of a Zanzibari woman, Samira, who aspires to have a family like all of her friends, but is also determined to pursue higher education and a career.
We preview all the Irish films screening at this year’s festival.
Dakota Heveron reviews Shane J. Collins’ take on modern Dublin ‘Dub Daze’.
This year’s festival includes new Irish films from Jim Sheridan, Emer Reynolds, Aiden Gillen, John Butler, Neasa Ní Chianán, Juanita Wilson and Ken Wardrop.
Ailbhe O’ Reilly sings along to John Carney’s Sing Street, which opened this year’s Audi Dublin International Film Festival.
Things we loved on the web this week – the Irish Film Industry; Sandra Bernhard looks back on ‘The King of Comedy’; Susan Sontag on the decline of the cinema.