June 8, 2021
Recorded back in 2019 at a special Irish Film London event, this week's podcast features Andrew Scott, in conversation with some lucky young actors who asked him to reflect on his illustrious career so far.
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May 25, 2021
Gerry Maguire chats to the incredibly inspiring makers and creators of The 8th Film; Ailbhe Symth, Andrea Horan and Lucy Kennedy.
The 8th is out now in cinemas across the UK, but you can also watch it onine via IFL's exclusive link by clicking here
May 11, 2021
In today’s episode Gerry chats to the makers and creators of Documentary ‘Groundswell’ Activist and filmmaker Johnny Gogan joins us along side Leitrim activitst Eddie Mitchell. Groundswell chronicles the decade long struggle of Leitrim and Fermanagh residents as they fight against the threat of fracking in their communities. in this chat we discuss its themes and the wider aspects of Johnny’s work along with Ed reminding us the fight isn’t over!
April 27, 2021
Our podcast today is a bit different in a few ways, one it’s conducted by our new Head of Irish Film London Gerry Maguire and it’s also an interview about a film that hasn’t even been made yet “The Last Moon” Today we’re meeting Sean McConville and Stéphanie Joalland from Frenzy Films.
Irish Film London are newly proud partners with Stowe Story Labs and Sean is the recipricantt of the 2021 Irish Film London Fellowship. This is awarded to a top emerging UK based screenwriter or filmmaker who is Irish of Irish decent, or a member of the Irish diaspora.
April 13, 2021
We chat to Irish writer, director and editor Sean Clancy about his introduction into film, how he's found working in the industry and whats coming next!
March 30, 2021
New up and coming filmmaker & actor Micheal-David chats to Niamh about his most recent projects and plans for the future!
March 16, 2021
One of our patron's Moe Dunford joins Lara to chat about pandemic life as an actor & past and future projects!
February 8, 2021
Join us while we go back in time to November 2019 in Regent St Cinema where Cathy Cullen and a packed audience talk to two of the funniest women in comedy, Roisin Conaty and Bridget Christie. They speak about second and third generation Irish and Irish females killing it in the comedy scene!
February 2, 2021
Niamh sits down with Claire Byrne, Jo Halpin & Emma Wall to talk about their all female production company, their journey together, the importance of telling female stories and staying sane and creative throughout the pandemic.
November 16, 2020
Irish Film London are delighted to announce that Irish actor Saoirse Ronan has became an Irish Film London patron.
Saoirse said “Irish Film London has developed a brilliant platform for Irish filmmakers and actors to showcase the breadth of their talent across the UK. They have helped to cultivate a strong reputation for Irish film here, so I’ve always found there to be a warm reception on the ground and a recognition of the quality of our work.”
In our latest podcast Saoirse speaks to us about her newest film Ammonite, being Irish abroad, lock-down guilty pleasures, the future of indie films and much more.
Thank you to the Irish Emigrant Support Programme, who've been a wonderful supporter of ours for a number of years, providing encouragement and vital support, including for this podcast. Go raibh míle maith agaibh!
The Irish Film London Podcast is presented by Niamh Branigan. This episode was produced by our executive producer Kelly O’Connor and mixed and edited by Owen Billcliffe.
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