June Butler delves into Hirokazu Koreeda’s tale of baby kidnappers.
June Butler reviews Laura Poitras documentary about photographer Nan Goldin.
une Butler was at The Project Arts Centre for the first screening in Ireland of the early works of Cheryl Dunye, the director of the seminal ‘The Watermelon Woman’ and innovator of a new form of cinema about Black lesbian life.
June Butler reviews Marie Kreutzer’s fictional account of one year in the life of Empress Elisabeth of Austria.
June Butler looks into the future with Kevin Ryan’s dystopian Bad Suns.
June Butler takes a look at Pat Shortt’s ‘Warts and All’.
June Butler tucks into Peter Strickland’s latest film.
June Butler puts Cronenberg’s latest under the knife.
June Butler takes a look at Katie McNeice’s short film Lambing. In rural Ireland, a young couple Caoimhe (Johanna O’Brien) and David (Fiach Kunz), are about to give birth to their first child. An ultrasound scan has indicated they are expecting a boy. Opening scenes show Caoimhe and David as they paint the nursery. Caoimhe’s sister Mairead (Cate Russell) arrives to offer final words of encouragement prior to the birth. The mood is one of…
June Butler takes a look at Terence Davies’ biographical drama film of the war poet Siegfried Sassoon.