June Butler explores religion, numbers and Newton’s Law of Energy under the skin of Eoin Macken’s debut feature, ‘Here Are The Young Men’.
June Butler praises Susan Liddy’s edited volume which explores the contribution of women to the Irish film industry as creators of culture – screenwriters, directors, producers, cinematographers, editors, animators, film festival programmers and educators.
June Butler reviews A Girl from Mogadishu, Mary McGuckian’s portrayal of Ifrah Ahmed’s campaign to end female genital mutilation after fleeing war-torn Somalia in 2006.
In this Film Ireland podcast June Butler talks to artist and filmmaker Andrea Mastrovito, whose new work of horror film-art I am NOT legend, screens as part of the 2020 Bram Stoker Festival.
June Butler celebrates Daniel F. Holmes’ winning film.
June Butler sorts through Gillian Marsh’s intimate portrait of the life and work of Irish collage artist Sean Hillen, as he sets out to to declutter and make sense of his life.
June Butler gets involved in a botched robbery and steals a review of Paddy Slattery’s ‘Broken Law’.
June Butler sees the wood for the trees at the Galway Film Fleadh shorts programme which focuses on facing the truth – for better or worse.
June Butler takes a look at John Connors’ poignant documentary Endless Sunshine on a Cloudy Day, which won the coveted “Audience Award for Best Film” at the Virgin Media Dublin International Film Festival in March 2020.
June Butler falls under a spell of images and sounds at a special centenary screening of The Cabinet of Dr Caligari on 26th February in Dublin’s St Ann’s Church with a new score performed live by Adrian Crowley, Sean Mac Erlaine, Matthew Nolan and Barry Adamson, with live processing by Neil O’Connor.