Neither hilarious or humourless, happy nor sad, Danish director Thomas Vinterberg’s The Commune is one of those films that just has to be experienced.
Fire at Sea is a credit to the potential of documentary filmmaking, with acute sensitivity and seamless edits more reminiscent of fiction
The Neon Demon is a warped, gorgeous spectacle that won’t dramatically change minds about Nicolas Winding Refn – expect strong, divisive reactions.
Principal photography on Yorgos Lanthimos’ new Irish co-production The Killing of a Sacred Deer has begun in Cincinnati, Ohio.
The European Film Academy and EFA Productions announce the titles of the 50 films on this year’s EFA Feature Film Selection which includes Mammal and Room.
Scannain had the great privilege to talk to composer Patrick Cassidy and director Gerard Barrett about Cassidy’s work on Barrett’s new mini-series Smalltown
Hollywood star Zoe Saldana will touch down in Ireland next month to start shooting her latest project I Kill Giants, with director Anders Walter.
Director Tom Collins is set to start shooting his new feature film, Penance (Aithrí), later this month in Co Donegal and Derry City, and needs local extras.
Galway UNESCO City of Film, Galway Film Centre, CÚRAM and Science Foundation Ireland has announced 2 film commissions for the Science on Screen 2016 project
Ahead of the Galway Film Fleadh we caught up with Irish actor/writer/producer Conor MacNeill, star of The Siege of Jadotville, and writer of The Party.
Ahead of its world premiere at the Galway Film Fleadh, we caught up with director Mark O’Connor to talk about his fourth feature Cardboard Gangsters.
With A Dark Song set to World Premiere at the 28th Galway Film Fleadh we caught up with director Liam Gavin to talk about the supernatural horror.