Cannibals, breakdance and Uganda – not your typical Irish documentary, Emile Dinneen’s ‘Nightdancers’ provided a fascinating insight into a generation’s struggle with their own cultural and spiritual beliefs.
Ivan Kavanagh’s ‘Tin Can Man’ was probably responsible for more than few of the audience nightmare-filled sleeps after it screened on Sunday night as part of the Jameson Dublin International Film Festival 2012.
The absorbing Irish documentary ‘Apples of The Golan’ played at Cineworld on Saturday afternoon.
A one-day event on the nature and future of storytelling for the screen, this workshop is aimed at both experienced and entry level screenwriters interested in advancing key storytelling techniques for project pitches, story outlines and screenplays.
All aboard the skylark. The new issue of ‘Film Ireland’ is out now and is jam-packed with all the latest from the world of Irish film!
The IFI teams up with Jameson Dublin International Film Festival (JDIFF) to present three fascinating programmes; film works by British artist Andrew Kötting; films by Derry filmmaker Terence McDonald (1926-2001), and a showcase of work from the Arts Council’s Reel Art scheme.
Acclaimed Swedish actor Stellan Skarsgård (Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Good Will Hunting), kicked off the celebrations in Dublin today, 2nd February 2012, at the programme launch of the 10th anniversary edition of the Jameson Dublin International Film Festival. Skarsgård was joined at the event by Amy Huberman, who is in the Irish feature film Stella Days, and voices some of the animation in Death of a Superhero, both of which will be screened as…
Acclaimed Swedish actor Stellan Skarsgård will fly into Dublin this February to celebrate the programme launch and 10th anniversary of the Jameson Dublin International Film Festival (JDIFF).