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FILM IRELAND

- First and last issue: 1987-2013
- Started as a photocopied newsletter.
- Until Issue 29, Film Ireland was known as Film Base News.
- Published by Film Base
- Website: www.filmireland.net

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Issue 144
March/April/May 2013



Issue 143
December 2012

Seven Psychopaths
Scott Townsend talks to writer/director Martin McDonagh about his upcoming film, Seven Psychopaths.

Saoirse
Jason O’Mahony meets the talented Saoirse Ronan to chat about her already impressive list of acting credits, and her upcoming film, Byzantium.

The Good Man
Steven Galvin catches up with filmmaker Phil Harrison to find out more about his thought-provoking debut feature.

Folk Tale
Steven Galvin chats to director Tony Donoghue, whose breathtaking new short Irish Folk Furniture is an animated documentary about repairing and recycling old hand-painted furniture in rural Ireland.

Talking TV Drama 2012
Shane Perez reports from the Galway Film Centre’s two-day TV writing industry event.

Production Values
Barbara Galavan, chief executive of Screen Producers Ireland (SPI), talks to Film Ireland about the challenges facing the Irish film industry

In Stitches
A killer clown returns from the dead to exact revenge. Where does a director like Conor McMahon get his inspiration? Gordon Gaffney gets all the gory details.

Great Dane
This November, the SUBTITLE European Film Festival is casting a spotlight on Simon Staho, so Niamh Creely took the opportunity to ask this extraordinary filmmaker a few burning questions

Doing It for Themselves
With self-distribution becoming more widespread, Film Ireland talks to three Irish filmmakers who made the decision to release their own film.

Stuffing the Tiger
Donald Taylor Black tells Film Ireland about the process of making his latest documentary, Skin in the Game.

In Camera
Darklight Festival 2012 welcomed celebrated Oscar®-nominated cinematographer Seamus McGarvey as their special guest. McGarvey took part in an in-depth discussion with filmmaker Kieron J. Walsh (Jump) and Film Ireland’s Steven Galvin brings us highlights from that fascinating and entertaining talk

In the DollHouse
Kirsten Sheridan talks to Steven Galvin about her approach to writing and her feature Dollhouse, which is screening at the Cork film fest.

Sounding Off
Eilis Mernagh argues that low-budget, high-concept is the way to go to make successful movies in a recession

 

Plus all the usual Regulars, including:

Up Close - with Gabriel Byrne plus Magnus Martin (Jackpot) on ‘My Inspiration’.
Your Updates - all the latest Irish film news.
SpotlightMen at Lunch. Seán Ó Cualáin’s documentary.
On Set - a report from the set of the latest Die Hard film.
ShortSpace – the latest ShortSpace short film news,
Reviews - Grabbers, My Brothers, Dreamtime Revisited, Shadow Dancer, What Richard Did, Seven Psychopaths
Festival - all the latest festival reports & previews.
Filmbase News – all the latest from Filmbase.
Equipment – the Canon EOS C300
MEDIA Desk – MEDIA Diary



Issue 142
September/October/November 2012

Good Vibes

Paul Webster talks to directors Lisa Barros D'Sa and Glenn Leyburn about recreating the '70s Belfast punk scene in their new film, Good Vibrations.

Song for Amy

Steven Galvin catches up with director Konrad Begg as he prepares for his new film's premiere at this year's Fleadh.

A Dangerous Documentary

Ross Whitaker talks to Paul Duane about his latest documentary Very Extremely Dangerous.

Pilgrim Hill

Niamh Creely talks to Gerard Barrett about his debut feature, which is set in his home county, Kerry, and due to screen at this year's Fleadh.

All The Elements

Ross Whitaker talks with Ed Guiney and Andrew Lowe of Element Pictures about their current success and their plans for the future

Yes we McCann

Gemma Creagh chats with Belfast actor Martin McCann about being Bono, his buddies and his role in James Marsh's Shadow Dancer, which closes this year's Fleadh.

FORD

Martin Cusack reports from Ireland's first symposium on the legendary filmmaker John Ford.

Sundance London 2012

Emmet O'Brien reports from the inaugural Sundance London Film and Music Festival.

25 Years of Film Ireland

We celebrate our birthday by taking a look over the last 25 years

Sound of Silence
Niamh Creely talks to director Pat Collins about his film, Silence, which is screening at this year's Fleadh.

Life through a Lens

Steven Galvin talks to Ciaran Tanham, president of the Irish  Society of Cinematographers (ISC), about his recent project, A Kiss for Jed.

The Write Stuff

Claire Dix has written and directed two award-winning short films. After recently winning the Zebbie for Best Short Film Script for her short film Downpour,  Steven Galvin caught up with her to find out about her approach to writing.

Sounding Off

Mark O'Connor lays out his vision for a new cinematic movement in Ireland.

 

And all our Regulars, including

Up Close - with John Ford, plus Ian Palmer on ‘My Inspiration'.

Your Updates - all the latest Irish film news.

On Set - a report from the set of Black Ice.

Spotlight - on Norah McGettigan's Sanctuary.

Reviews - Charlie Casanova, Barbaric Genius, A Kiss for Jed, John Ford: Dreaming The Quiet Man.

Festivasl - all the latest festival reports & previews.

ShortSpace - the latest ShortSpace short film news, plus Neil O'Driscoll on ‘How I Short'.

Filmbase News - ll the latest from Filmbase.

MEDIA Desk - news & dates to keep in your MEDIA Diary.

 Equipment - we take a look at Final Cut X.

Get into Film! - Get into Film Ireland!



Issue 141
June/July/August 2012

Irish Animators for Annecy

Anna Rodgers assesses the Irish animation scene.

In the Bronx

Niall McKay meets director Macdara Vallely to talk about his new feature, Babygirl.

It's in the Post

Paul Webster takes a look at the Irish post-production scene.

In the Limelight

Gordon Gaffney shines a light on the JDIFF Irish Talent Spotlight.

Dublin's Fair City

Niamh Creely talks to Irish location manager Peter Conway about shooting in Dublin.

 Grand Masters

Paul Callanan at the 23rd Cork French Film Festival on guests  Pierre etaix and Jean-Claude Carri?re.

The Making of Moon

Shane Perez  reports on the fascinating Galway Film Centre masterclass on the making of Duncan Jones' Moon.

Demanding Audiences

Niall Kitson checks out a new wave of online services that are putting pressure on distribution models

Moore Please

Film Ireland catches up with the Oscar®-nominated director of  The Secret of Kells, Tomm Moore.

Moving Pitchers

Niamh Creely sharpens her pencil for the UNTITLED Screenwriting Competition and Story Campus.

Distribution

Maeve Clancy explores the world of distribution in Film Ireland's comic page.

Sounding Off

Nadine O'Regan investigates why Stella Days upset the residents of Borrisokane.

 

Plus all our regulars:

Up Close - with Anjelica Huston, plus Paul Rowley on 'My Inspiration'.

Your Updates - all the latest Irish film news.

On Set - Rory Cashin on the set of Mark O' Connor's latest, King of the Travellers

Spotlight - Steven Galvin takes in the sounds of the Casbah with Safinez Bousbia, director of El Gusto.

Reviews - Albert Nobbs, The Other Side of Sleep, The Pier, Stella Days, This Must Be the Place

Festivals - all the latest festival reports & previews

ShortSpace - the latest ShortSpace short film news, plus Mark Noonan on 'How I Short'.

Filmbase News - all the latest from Filmbase

Equipment - we get our hands on the RED Scarlet camera.

MEDIA Desk - news & dates to keep in your MEDIA Diary.



Issue 140
March/April/May 2012

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!
This issue focuses on this year's wonderful Jameson Dublin International Film Festival and highlights the finest current Irish films on offer.
We also bring you the best of German-Irish co-production and the Irish Film board have shipped over 200 copies to give out at their stand at Berlinale The Berlin International Film Festival.
We talk to James Hickey of the IFB and continue our guild features on directors, writers and cinematographer. And much, much more... What else could any lover of Irish film want?
Ross Whitaker talks to James Hickey, the new CEO of the Irish Film Board, about funding, film and finding an audience.
Festival director Grainne Humphreys looks forward to, and back on, the Jameson Dublin International Film Festival with Brogen Hayes.
Paul Webster talks to Michael Garland, one of the producers of Death of a Superhero, a new German-Irish co-produced feature and Ian Fitzgibbon, its director.
Paul Lynch talks to the filmmakers behind a new German-Irish co-production, Saving the Titanic.
Niamh Creely takes a look at the Arts Council's art documentary scheme Reel Art and talks to Oonagh Kearney, director of one of this year's three features.
Steven Galvin catches up with Emile Dinneen in the editing room as he put the final touches to Nightdancers in time for JDIFF.
Shane Kennedy talks to actor and this year's presenter of the IFTAs, Simon Delaney
Shane Perez reports on the Galway Film Centre's interview with celebrated American TV-writer Vince Gilligan.
Niamh Creely talks to filmmaker Michael Lavelle about his experiences shooting a short film in Germany.
Film Ireland talks to Marc-Ivan O'Gorman, filmmaker and director of the first Irish film Festival of India.
Director Shimmy Marcus on making films in The Factory.
DOP Robbie Ryan discusses his approach to film work.
Writer Eoghan Mac Giolla Bhride tells us about his experiences as a co-writer on the screenplay for this new Irish film.
Maeve Clancy explores the world of Post-Production in Film Ireland's comic page.
Paul Lynch explores why superheroes movies are no longer films for our times.
And our Regulars include:
Up Close with Brendan Gleeson & My Inspiration with Ivan Kavanagh
Your Updates for all the latest news, awards and screenings.
Spotlight on Frank Berry, director of Ballyman Lullaby
On Set - a report from the set of the BBC's Being Human
ShortSpace
Reviews: Bernadette: Notes on a Political Journey, Dreams of a Life, Ballymun Lullaby
Festivals - all the latest reports & previews
Filmbase News
Equipment
MEDIA Desk


Issue 139
December 2011



Issue 138
September/October/November 2011



Issue 137
June/July/August 2011



Issue 136
March/April/May 2011



Issue 135
December 2010



Issue 134
September/October/November 2010



Issue 133
June/July/August 2010



Issue 132
March/April/May 2010



Issue 131
November/December 2009

Beyond the Cutting Room
Mary Sweeney, long-time editor and collaborator with David Lynch, talks about the transition to directing with her first feature Baraboo. Read more here

Happily Ever After?
RTe's Storyland competition was no fairytale: success required a huge amount of hard graft. However, for those willing to put in the effort, Storyland did grant some filmmaker wishes: recognition, networking opportunities and the golden egg - funding. Angela Nagle reports.

A Haunted Look
Hugh O'Conor talks to actor Ciaran Hinds and writer/director Conor McPherson about their supernatural feature, The Eclipse. Read more here

Business of Acting
How to get ahead in acting? Gordon Gaffney talks to the Gaiety School of Acting, actor's agent Maureen McGlynn and casting directors Thyrza Ging and Maureen Hughes.

London Calling
Alright. You've had your big breaks: you were the back-end of the orange caterpillar in the latest Meteor ad and second punter from the left in the pub on Fair City. Nonetheless, it looks like the emerald isle will all too easily contain your talents. But what about our real rising stars? Does a talented actor have to leave Ireland in order to make it? Niamh Creely investigates.

Absolutely Critical
The professional film reviewer is critical of film but are they critical to film? David O Mahony talks to The Irish Times' Donald Clarke.

Work You Can Bank On?
Adam Lacey chats to Voicebank, an Irish agency for talented talkers. Read more here

Not Just Another Bee Movie
Ross Whitaker puts the spotlight on Colony.

The Irish New Wave
Guest editor Hugh O'Conor revels in the current abundance of excellent Irish film.



Issue 130
September/October 2009

Reviewing Antichrist
Rod Stoneman on how, with the sensation caused by Lars von Trier's latest effort, some critics have shifted the emphasis onto the reviewer and off the reviewed.
Festival Tactics
When's the right time to plan your festival strategy? Before you've even begun your film. Palm Springs Shortfest film curator and festival strategist Kathleen McInnis shares the secret to festival success.
Draft and Polish
Christopher Hampton, Academy Award®-winning screenwriter, playwright and director gave a screenwriting masterclass at the Galway Film Fleadh this year. At the event, which was sponsored by Northern Irish Screen, Martin Daniel, Professor of Screenwriting at the University of Southern California and international script expert, talked to Hampton about his approach to writing screenplays.
Think Tank
Irish DOP Robbie Ryan talks to Niamh Creely about Andrea Arnold's second feature 'Fish Tank', which screened at Cannes and as the finale of the Galway Film Fleadh.
When Christian Met Charlotte
The screenwriter (Christian O'Reilly) & the sales agent (Charlotte Mickie). One dreams it up, the other tries to sell it - but they never usually meet; here's what happens when they do. Screenwriter and script consultant Mary Kate O Flanagan reports.
360? Experience
Niamh Creely talks to Miriam Allen, the managing director of the Galway Film Fleadh, about how the festival does so much more than screen films.
Living at the Edge, Working at the Centre
Galway Film Centre manager Declan Gibbons talks to a cross-section of people about working in the film and television sector in the West of Ireland.
Galway Film Society Presents...
To celebrate the continued success of the Galway Film Society, Ireland's longest running and largest film club, David O Mahony from access>CINEMA traces its history from humble beginnings to its current position as a champion of non-mainstream cinema in the West of Ireland.
DV Devotee
Veteran filmmaker Jon Jost on his love for digital video and why he'll never go back to film.
The Audience of Wolves
Guest editor Felim Mac Dermott on truly earning that applause.
Life on the Margins
Ross Whitaker talks to Conor McDermottroe about his debut feature Swansong: Story of Occi Byrne.


Issue 115
March/April 2007

Getting to the heart of John Carney's Once
Low-Budget Dystopia
catalystproject: a new scheme to produce low-budget films
A day on the set of Graham Cantwell's Anton
Machinima: How to make films using computer software
Stunt co-ordinator Donal O'Farrell interview
Tom Fontana interview
Ireland and the Irish in early cinema
The work of David Lynch with an emphasis on sound. Film Reviews: Once, Isolation DVD, Ozu Collection Volumen 4 DVD Books: Projections: The Director's Cut


Issue 114
January/February 2007

The economics of the Irish Film Industry
Kelly Reichardt interview (Old Joy)
John Huston retrospective
Making films in the Irish language
Tribute to the eccentric genius Alastair Sim
Western Plumbers interview
The 'Krasznahorkai Trilogy' of Bela Tarr
Taiwanese Cinema in the 21st Century
Kerry Film Festival and Foyle Film Festival report. DVD Reviews: The Complete Bergman Film Library, Wong Kar-Wai Collection, I Am Cuba, Lie with Me Books: Fifty Years Behind the Lens at RTe


Issue 113
2006

Matthew Macfayden interview (Middletown)
Director Andrea Arnold interview (Red Road)
Online resources for filmmakers
The new home for indie film?
The net for the avid cinephile
Nobody Wants Your Film and low-budget filmmaking
A look at the ways in which established filmmakers use the web
The YouTube phenomenon
Promoting Cinema on the Web
Short film and the internet Reviews: Middletown, The Wind that Shakes the Barley DVD, Michael Haneke Trilogy DVD Books: Cinema and Northern Ireland


Issue 112
2006

David Gleeson interview (The Front Line)
25th Anniversary of the first Irish Film Board
50th Anniversary of The Searchers
Peter Bogdanovich interview
IFTN CEO ?ine Moriarty interview
Rainer Werner Fassbinder retrospective
Forgotten British Cinema
The High School massacre in film
New short film column. Reviews: The Front Line, L'Enfant DVD, Tristan & Isolde DVD Books: The Way Hollywood Tells It: Story and Style in Modern Movies


Issue 111
2006

Ken Loach and Paul Laverty interview (The Wind that Shakes the Barley)
Dylan Moran interview (Tell it to the Fishes)
Ardmore Sound: The importance of post-production sound
Commercial's director Enda McCallion interview
The work of the locations department in Becoming Jane
The state of production in Northen Ireland
Practical guide to short film funding
Writer/director Terry George interview
2006 Cannes Film Festival Report
Introduction to manga. Reviews: The Wind that Shakes the Barley, Mise eire DVD, Cinema 16: American Short Films DVD Books: Acting Irish in Hollywood


Issue 110
2006

Can art and entertainment co-exist in the same work?
The making of John Boorman's Excalibur
Art on screen, an overview of the forms art/cinema can take
Rose Lowder and Les Archives du Film Experimental d'Avgnon
Carlo Montanaro interview (co-artistic director of the Asolo International Art Film Festival
Vivienne Dick's retrospective
John Hurt interview
Jean-Luc Godard and Anne-Marie Mi?ville's Soft and Hard
Dominik Moll interview (Lemming)
Intervention Beef, a review of state intervention in film production. Reviews: Sugar, Pavee Lackeen DVD, Breakfast on Pluto DVD, Cache (Hidden) DVD Books: Andrei Tarkovsky: The Pocket Essential Guide


Issue 109
2006

Anthony Byrne interview (Short Order)
Paul Mercier's interview (Studs)
The Dardenne Brothers interview (L'Enfant)
Brothers Jason and Jonathan Figgis interview (3Crosses)
History of Dublin Cinemas II
Cuba's Potemkin: I am Cuba
Scoring Points: Composers' Module at this year's Filmmakers' Lab
Robert Altman retrospective
Noveslist/screenwriter Deborah Moggach interview (Pride and Prejudice)
Dublin Int'l Film Festival report. Reviews: Short Order , The Boys and Girl from County Clare. Books: Hitchcock and 20th Century Cinema, Fran?ois Truffaut at Work.


Issue 108
2006

Neil Jordan interview (Breakfast on Pluto)
David Puttnam, Bernard Maclaverty and John Lynch on Cal
Exhibition Special: History of Dublin Cinemas I; Pete Walsh interview; access>CINEMA; 3epkano; Future Shorts; 'Reel Parents' screenings; Viral video clip; Present and future of cinema and DVD video; Dublin Cinemas: A Pictorial Selection book review
L.A. Dicks: interview to Michael Madsen adn Dean Alioto
Peter Lennon interview (Rocky Road to Dublin)
Kerry Film Festival report. Reviews: Breakfast on Pluto, Get Rich or Die Tryin'. Books: The Story of Irish Film, The Cinema of Britain and Ireland.


Issue 107
2005

Perry Ogden interview (Pavee Lackeen)
Carlos Reygadas interview (Battle in Heaven)
New German Cinema (Head-On, Downfall and The Edukators)
East Asian Genre film
Isma?l Ferroukhi interview (Le Grand Voyage)
Richard Raskin interview (Cork Short Film Symposium)
Don't Look in the Attic: interview with Andrew Harrison and Darryl Sloan
Creative Estructure in Screenwriting
Michael Powell retrospective
Doug Pray interview (Infamy). Reviews: Pavee Lackeen, Tara Road. Books: The Television Series: Alan Clarke, Billion Dollar Game: How Three Men Risked It All and Changed the Face of Television.


Issue 106
2005

Ciaran O'Connor interview (Capital Letters)
Stephen Bradley interview (Boy Eats Girl)
Pearse Elliott interview (The Mightly Celt)
Seamus Deasy interview
Cork Short Film Symposium
Greta Garbo retrospective
Galway Film Fleadh report
Contemporary Irish Cinema
On A Clear Day: interview with actors Peter Mullan and Sean McGinley and director Gaby Dellal. Reviews: The Mighty Celt, Boy Eats Girl. Books: Forms of Being - Cinema, Aesthetics, Subjectivity; Despite the System - Orson Welles Versus the Hollywood Studios.


Issue 105
2005

Juvenile deliquency in cinema
Neil Jordan interview (Company of Wolves)
Film Education Special: Ways of approaching the film industry; Film courses available; Word of advice from industry professionals
Jane Scott interview
Cannes report
Fresh Film Festival report
Andrei Tarkovsky retrospective
Sam Fuller retrospective
Home: interview with directors Dawn Scibilia and Alan Cooke. Review: Headrush. Book: Keeping it Real: Irish Film and Television.


Issue 104
2005

Trouble With Sex: interview with director Fintan Connolly, producer Fionna Bergin and actors Renee Weldon and Aidan Gillen
More responses to the IFB's Low and Micro-Budget Initiatives Debate
Pablo Berger interview (Torremolinos 73)
Dogumentary Movement
Albert Maysles interview
Nick Broomfield retrospective
IDFA and Sunny Side of the Doc reports
Rob Nilsson interview
Hamish McAlpine interview (Tartan Films)
Malcolm McDowell interview (Part II). Reviews: Hotel Rwanda, Trouble With Sex. Books: The Stanley Kubrick Archives.


Issue 103
2005

Adam & Paul: interview with director Lenny Abrahamson and actor Mark O'Halloran
Future of the IFB's Low and Micro-Budget Initiatives
Hans Weingartner interview (The Edukators)
Malcolm McDowell interview (Part I)
Seamus McGarvey's interview
Jane Birkin interview
Jacques Richard interview (Henri Langlois - The Phantom of the Cinemath?que)
A-Z of Cult Cinema (Part I)
New brutalism
Dublin International Film Festival report. Reviews: Mickybo & Me, John McGahern - A Private World. Books: The real Irlenad - The evolution of Ireland in documentary film, Woody Allen on Woody Allen.


Issue 102
2005

A-Z of Cult Cinema (Part I)
Alejandro Jodorowsky interview
Magic Realism
Bahman Ghobadi interview (Turtles Can Fly)
Jean-Jacques Annaud interview (Two Brothers)
Koktebel: Boris Khlebnikov & Aleksei Popogrebsky interview
Screenwriting: Treatments and Sequences
Andrew Loog Oldham interview (Charlie Is My Darling)
Kerry Film Festival report. Reviews: Dead Meat, Man About Dog. Books: Irish Film Censorship - A Cutural Journey from Silent Cinema to Internet Pornography, The Whole Equation - A History of Hollywood.


Issue 99
2004

Andrei Zvyagintsev interview (The Return)
Ned Dowd interview (King Arthur)
Short film roundtable with Michael Duffy, Brian Durnin & Damon Sylvester
Cannes Film Festival report
When the Sky Falls vs Veronica Guerin
Tamar Hoffs interview (Red Roses and Petrol)
Screenwriting: One euro option
James Fotopoulos retrospective
Romani filmmakers. Reviews: Freeze Frame, Silent Grace.


Issue 98
2004

Julio Medem interview (The Basque Ball)
Andrew Jarecki interview (Capturing the Friedmans)
David Caffrey interview (Grand Theft Parsons)
Headrush
Ron Mann interview (Go Further)
Film Censor John Kelleher interview
Terry Loane interview (Jonjo Mickybo)
Donal Dineen interview
Screenwriting: Guillermo Arriaga interview (21 Grams). Reviews: The Honeymooners, Bloom. Books: Adventures of a Suburban Boy.


Issue 97
2004

Karl Golden interview (The Honeymooners)
Takeshi Kitano interview (Zatoichi)
Cillian Murphy interview
Jameson Dublin International Film Festival report
Robert Wynne-Simmons interview
Representation of Leprechaun on Film
Pat Collins interview
HBO Channel
Screenwriting: Guide through the script labyrinth
FIPA 2004
Rod Stoneman analysis on: Kill Bill, Jackass - The Movie, The Office, Big Brother 4 & Reality TV, eloge de l'amour. Reviews: Sophiatown, Blind Flight.


Issue 96
2004

Bloom: Director Sean Walsh and distribution company Tribal Films interviews
Denys Arcand interview (The Barbarian Invasions)
Screen Director's Guild of Ireland
Kerry Film Festival report
UGC Cinemas
Abbas Kiarostami interview
Mystics: David Kelly & Milo O'Shea interview
Screenwriting: Philip LaZebnik interview, Television Sucks
Dogville Special: DoP Anthony Dod Mantle interview. Reviews: Spin the Bottle, In America. Book: Godard - A Portrait of the Artist at 70.


Issue 101
2004

Lance Daly intervier (The Halo Effect)
Collective Creative: Delicious 9, Daddy
Fluent Dysphasia: Interview with Daniel O'Hara, Fergal O'Hanlon and Stephen Rea
Irish Documentaries
Jeffrey Nachmanoff interview (The Day After Tomorrow)
Intimacy in Films
Irish Film and Television Awards
Stephen Walsh Gothic quest
Angeline Ball interview. Reviews: Inside I'm Dancing, Adam & Paul. Books: 'Tis Herself, French Film Directors: Claire Denis.


Issue 100
2004

Damien O'Donnell interview (Inside I'm Dancing)
Bob Quinn article
Lelia Doolan article
Joe Comerford interview
Results of Film Ireland's Irish Film Poll
Film Ireland's previous Editors reflections
Roundtable on Documentary: Se Merry Doyle, Martina Durac, Andrew Keogh and Harvey O'Brien
Morgan Spurlock interview (Super Size Me)
CEO of Bord Scann?n na heireann/The Irish Film Board Mark Woods interview
Romani filmmakers. Reviews: Cowboys & Angels, King Arthur. Books: Irish National Cinema, RTe and the Globalisation of Irish Television.


Issue 95
2003

Spin the Bottle: Michael McElhatton, Ian Fitzgibbon & Michael Garland interview
Rod Stoneman interview
Martina Niland and Sean Walsh round table
Yu Ming is Ainm Dom: Daniel O'Hara, Fergal & Fiachra O'Hanlon interview
Morgan O'Sullivan
Bachelors Walk
Cork Film Festival report
Jim Sheridan interview (In America)
Screenwriting: John Howard Lawson, Robert McKee Genre Seminar review, 'The Thinking'. Reviews: Song for a Raggy Boy, Kiarostami: The Art of Living.


Issue 94
2003

Dead Meat report
Dario Argento retrospective
Guy Debord retrospective
Galway Film Fleadh report
Final Cut Pro & Digital Editing: Grainne Gavigan, James Finlan, Niamh Fagan, Declan McGrath, Jeanine Hurley interviews
Liz Gill interview (Golfish Memory)
Grief in Film
Victor Argo interview (part II). Reviews: Intermission, Ballyfermot & D?n Laoghaire Student Shorts. Books: Contemporary Austrian and Irish Cinema, Film and Film Culture II.


Issue 93
2003

Jerry Bruckheimer interview (Veronica Guerin)
Technicolor Laboratories East Coast
Fresh Film Festival report
Mexican New Wave Cinema
Swedish Films
Cannes Film Festival report
Kathryn Bigelow retrospective
Irish Film Board tenth anniversary review
Victor Argo interview (part I)
Iranian Cinema. Reviews: Veronica Guerin, Oilean Thorai/Tory Island.


Issue 92
2003

Screenwriting Special: Declan McGrath and Felim McDermott, Agents, Krzysztof Piesiewicz, History and stories, Irish Playwrights and Screenwriters Guild
Dead Bodies
Moonstone Filmmakers' Lab
Michael Sheen interview (Heartlands). Reviews: Ch?vez: Inside the Coup, Heartlands, Dead Bodies, The Actors, Clare Langan's Trilogy, The Heart of Me, Arts Council 30 Years On. Book: Neil Jordan - Exploring Boundaries.


Issue 91
2003

Music & Film Special: Bernard Herrmann career, The Harder They Come, Music for low-budget features
Jameson Dublin International Film Festival
Neil Jordan career
Script Editor Story
Actors' Equity Open Forum report
Arts Council 30 Years On
Lukas Moodysson's Lilja4-ever
Patrice Leconte interview. Reviews: The Good Thief, The Dark Room.

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