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Film Network Ireland - Filmmaker Interviews

  • Ronan O' Toole
  • August 12, 2020

Film Network Ireland - Still Voices 20 - Filmmaker Interviews

We were delighted here at Still Voices to partner with the guys over at Film Network Ireland for a series of interviews with some of the supremely talented filmmakers screening work at this year's festival.

Part 1

Part one sees Paul Butler-Lennox sitting down with:

Katie McNiece dir In Orbit
Eamon Murphy dir A Better You
Michael-David McKernan dir Halo

This is followed by Paul Webster chatting to:

Mia Mullarkey dir Mood Atlas
Jamie Goldrick dir Up & Away
Mark Smyth dir The Bridge

Click here to listen.

Part 2

The second series of interviews sees the guys chatting with:

Damien Varley dir Life After Life
Laura O' Shea dir Match

Cara Holmes dir Welcome To A Bright White Limbo
Iseult Howlett dir The Grass Ceiling
Virginia Gilbert dir Day Out

Click here to listen.

Film Network Ireland is an official media partner of Still Voices Short Film Festival 2020.

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