Seán Crosson takes in Karl Golden’s Bruno, which follows an Irish homeless man who has drifted into a life on the streets of London.
Orla Monaghan was at the Fleadh to celebrate the creative cornerstone of Irish film: the animation industry.
Stephen Burke was in Galway to witness firsthand Rose Dooley’s supernatural abilities that allow her to communicate with spirits.
Stephen Burke checks in on Galway’s programme of live action shorts which explores the parallel problems of escapism from a variety of settings: judgement, troubled pasts and unhappy status quos.
Ruth McNally reviews Ivan Kavanagh’s western starring John Cusack, Emile Hirsch and Déborah François.
Seán Crosson reflects on Aodh Ó Coileáin’s exploration of confluence.
Seán Crosson took in a selection of documentary shorts at this year’s Fleadh, featuring works from both established and debut directors, showcasing the best of Irish talent.
Siomha McQuinn gives up her seat for Shelly Love’s ‘A Bump Along the Way’.
Siomha McQuinn takes in Sophie Hyde’s film about two long-time friends and party-lovers navigating life and love in Dublin.
Siomha McQuinn reflects on Dathai Keane’s offbeat, mysterious, fantasy drama, which is the first film to emerge from the Cine4 scheme.