Film Ireland Podcast

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In this Film Ireland podcast, Natasha Waugh talks to Christine Molloy and Joe Lawlor about their film Rose Plays Julie. This podcast was recorded at the 2020 Dublin International Film Festival ahead of the film’s premiere. Rose Plays Julie is
In this Film Ireland podcast, Gemma Creagh chats to Niall Owens about his debut feature film Gateway, which screens at IndieCork 2021 Film Festival (19th September – 3rd October). Mike a low-level drug dealer is haunted by a recent death. Unab
In this Film Ireland podcast, Gemma Creagh talks to Phyllidia Lloyd, Director of Herself. Herself follows the story of Sandra (Clare Dunne), who on the surface of it, is a young Mum struggling to provide her two young daughters with a warm, sa
In this Film Ireland podcast, Gemma Creagh talks to Philip Doherty (writer / director) and Aaron Monaghan (lead) about Redemption of A Rogue. Redemption of A Rogue, the first feature film from the award-winning playwright Philip Doherty (Pilg
In this Film Ireland podcast, Gemma Creagh talks to actor/writer and festival programmer Tania Notaro ahead of the Dublin Feminist Film Festival, which takes place 20-22 August 2021. Tania guides us through the programme and lets us know what
In this Film Ireland podcast, Gemma Creagh talks to Chris Baugh, Writer/Director of Boys From County Hell. Welcome to Six Mile Hill, a sleepy Irish backwater whose only claim to fame is the somewhat dubious local legend that Bram Stoker once s
In this episode of The DocArena Podcast, Ross Whitaker talks to Kristina Lindström & Kristian Petri about their documentary The Most Beautiful Boy in the World. Fifty years after the premiere of Death in Venice, The Most Beautiful Boy in the W
In this Film Ireland podcast Gemma Creagh talks to filmmakers ,Annika Cassidy, Diarmuid Donohoe and Kamila Dydyna whose short films are screening at this year's Galway Film Fleadh (20-25 July). https://filmireland.net/
In this episode of The DocArena Podcast, Ross Whitaker talks to Kim Bartley, the director of Pure Grit, which is screening at this year's Galway Film Fleadh. Pure Grit is both a thrilling tale of extreme bareback horse racing, and an intimate l
In this episode of The DocArena Podcast, Ross Whitaker talks to Kim Bartley, the director of Pure Grit, which is screening at this year's Galway Film Fleadh. Pure Grit is both a thrilling tale of extreme bareback horse racing, and an intimate l
In this episode of The DocArena Podcast, Ross Whitaker talks to some of the team behind Sophie: A Murder in West Cork. Director John Dower, and exec producers Suzanne Lavery and Simon Chinn. This three-part Netflix series examines one of Irelan
In this episode of The DocArena Podcast, Ross Whitaker talks to Jerry Rothwell, director of The Reason I Jump. Based on the bestselling book by Naoki Higashida, The Reason I Jump is an immersive cinematic exploration of neurodiversity through t
In this episode of The DocArena Podcast, Ross Whitaker talks to filmmaker Maeve O’Boyle. Maeve is the editor and co-director along with Aideen Kane, Lucy Kennedy, of The 8th, the first independently made documentary about the triumphant referen
In this episode of The DocArena Podcast, Ross Whitaker talks to filmmaker Dror Moreh, whose 2012 documentary 'The Gatekeepers' was nominated for Best Documentary Feature at the 85th Academy Awards. Moreh's latest film, 'The Human Factor', is th
In this episode of The DocArena Podcast, Ross Whitaker talks to Lance Oppenheim, a filmmaker from South Florida. Lance's debut feature documentary, Some Kind of Heaven, explores life inside the palm-tree-lined streets of The Villages, America’s
“Welcome to the DocArena Podcast in association with Film Ireland. My name is Ross Whitaker and every fortnight, I want to dig deeply into the motivations of documentary filmmakers – how do they choose their subject material and what approaches
"Welcome to the DocArena Podcast in association with Film Ireland. My name is Ross Whitaker and every fortnight, I want to dig deeply into the motivations of documentary filmmakers – how do they choose their subject material and what approaches
Pat Collins, Director of 'Henry Glassie: Field Work' by Film Ireland
In this podcast, Gemma Creagh talks to Treasa O’Brien, director of Town of Strangers A stranger arrives in the town of Gort and announces that auditions will be held in the town hall for a new film. “Come and tell me your stories, your dreams
Sarah Cullen & Richard Drumm return to the world of pod after a long hiatus - reunited over zoom, our dynamic duo take a look back at the year in film.
In this Film Ireland Podcast, Paul Farren talks to Kieron J. Walsh, Director / Co-writer of The Racer. In summer 1998, the opening stages of Le Tour de France are relocated to Ireland. At the start of what will likely be his last Tour, cyclist
In this Film Ireland podcast, Gemma Creagh talks to Mary McGuckian, whose film A Girl From Mogadishu is released in cinemas across Ireland. The film portrays Female Genital Mutilation activist Ifrah Ahmed, who, after fleeing war-torn Somalia i
In this Film Ireland podcast, Paul Farren talks to Alistair Owen about his book ‘The Art of Screen Adaptation’. In the age of cinema and TV adaptation, Alistair Owen asks a crucial question; how do you transfer a story from the page to the scr
In this Film Ireland podcast, Gemma Creagh talks to 3 filmmakers, David Prendeville (Sins of a Werewolf), Edwina Casey (Algorithm) and Maureen O’Connell (Hum), about their short films screening at this year’s Cork International Film Festival. T
In this Film Ireland podcast, Gemma Creagh chats to Anna Kopecká, Director of Programming at the Cork International Film Festival. The festival runs online this year and Anna gives us an inside look into the Ireland's oldest film festival. htt
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