The death of Rob Butler is a great loss for the Tinteán editors.
MacGowan’s anarchic spirit is well served by Julien Temple, who writes and directs, bringing a lifetime of music filmmaking and a keen sense of place and time.
Jack Charlton, the subject of a new Irish film, showing at the Irish Film Festival.
The opening scenes in Wildfire set a background for this gritty story of pain and difficulty coming to terms with the past.
A film featured in the forthcoming Irish Film Festival (online in 2021) about the versatile Phil Lynott. He could sing in so many styles from pop to metal.
The world seemed clear. The questions started later in life or when we went to the cities and were asked to convert and change our language to English, sometimes politely sometimes not so much. We got used to the requests, ‘can you please say that in English?’ or the statements ‘We speak English in here’ or ‘I’m afraid we don’t speak that language here’.
It’s Irish Film Festival Time again with seven Australian premieres and in 2021 it’s online.
Ní fhágfaidh mé agat ach focail
lán de bhrí … I’ll only leave you words, full of meaning
Pathways/Cosán This virtual exhibition by visual artist Bernie Joyce explores how the Connemara people and landscape inspired Patrick Pearse as a teacher, writer and leader. Pathways sends the viewer on a journey back in time to when the Celtic Revival was in full swing. This was a period when artists, poets and writers turned their …
The 25th Irish Studies in Australia and New Zealand conference (ISANZ25) will be held at Auckland University December 6-8.