Issue 26

Interviews:

Neil Jordan – Seamás Mc Swiney talks to the director Neil Jordan on his recent film, ‘Michael Collins’

Features:

Aidan Quinn– Seamás Mc Swiney talks to Aidan Quinn who plays Harry Boland in ‘Michael Collins’
Comment – Muiris Mc Conghail writes why ‘Michael Collins’ is “in every sense a true epic”
Rebel Hearts – Vincent Browne on other representations of Michael Collins including ‘Hang Up Your Brightest Colours’ and ‘The Treaty’
The Fleadh Premieres – Keith Hopper reviews of all the Irish films at this year’s Fleadh
The Trouble With Words – The presenter of No Disco on the new wave of music videos
Cheap Tricks – Sarah Caden talks with Donal Scannel who shot the “Revelate” video for The Frames
The Return of the B-Movie – Nicky Fennel on whether ‘Independence Day’ is a big-budget B-movie
A Life in Film – Norris Davidson on his career
Never Mind The Shilleagh – Derek O’Connor on some of the worst Irish screen accents ever
Kino in Cork – Pat Collins speaks to Mick Hannigan, programme director of the Cork Film Festival
Edinburgh Film Festival – Highlights from this year’s festival
Palace of Dreams – Donal Haughey on receiving the Best Documentary Award at this year’s Galway Film Fleadh
Women in Film – Noreen Collins on “The Female Vision”
Artaud Tribute– A Tribute to Antonin Artaud

Regulars:

The Far Side – Joan Dean on Robert Altman’s ‘Kansas City’
Focus – Luis Buñuel
TV Column– Rat-boy on RTÉ’s autumn schedule
Reviews – ‘Lone Star’ and ‘Escape from LA’
Bookshots – Projections 6

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