Advertisements
    Advertisements
  • Following Us

  • Categories

  • Check out the Archives



  • Awards & Nominations

  • Advertisements

New Podcast! Scannain Podcast (2018) #19!

We’re continuing to work through a bit of a backlog on the Scannain podcast, this time jumping back in to cover the last week in May.

This week, I’m joining Luke Dunne from Film in Dublin, Ronan Doyle, Jay Coyle and Grace Duffy. It’s a free-form and rambling conversation, with topics including the secret screening of Citizen Jane at the IFI to mark the upcoming Irish abortion referendum, the receipt of career Oscars in competitive categories, the Netflix release of Cargo, the absurdity of building horror shared universes, and the act of fridging in Deadpool 2.

The podcast also contains what might be the best segue in the history of podcasting, and new releases include The Breadwinner, Solo: A Star Wars Story and the surprisingly controversial Show Dogs.

Give it a listen at the link, or check it out below.

Advertisements

New Podcast! Scannain Podcast (2018) #18!

We’re working through a bit of a backlog on the Scannain podcast, so expect a number of entries publishing today.

This week, I join Alex Towers and Graham Day to discuss a week of film news and new releases that include Deadpool 2, Filmworker and On Chesil Beach. Give it a listen at the link, or check it out below.

New Podcast! Scannain Podcast (2018) #17!

A busy Scannain podcast, covering the week in film and other news.

This week, I’m joined by Grace Duffy, Jason Coyle, Ronan Doyle, and Alex Towers to discuss the week in film – both Irish and international. The news includes coverage of Cannes, of Irish success at other international film festivals, and the upcoming release dates of notable Irish films. As usual, we also talk about what we watched, what is being released next week and what is currently in the top ten.

Check it out here, or give it a listen below.

New Podcast! Scannain Podcast (2018) #16!

A somewhat smaller and more intimate Scannain podcast than previous weeks.

This week’s episode features the return of Niall Murphy on hosting duties, while I am joined by Alex Towers on the panel. The news includes coverage of the Fastnet Film Festival, The Image You Missed screening in New York and the latest appointments to the Irish Film Board. As usual, we also talk about what we watched, what is being released next week and what is currently in the top ten.

Check it out here, or give it a listen below.

New Podcast! Scannain Podcast (2018) #13!

Operating a little out of sequence, the thirteenth edition of the Scannain podcast is available for your aural delectation now.

This week, I’m joining Jason Coyle and Ronan Doyle to discuss the week in film, including the allocation of €200m by the Irish Film Board as well as film festivals both foreign and domestic. As usual, we discuss what we’ve watched over the past week or so, jump into the top ten, and talk about the new releases landing in Irish cinemas. Including discussions of new releases

Check it out here, or give it a listen below.

New Podcast! Scannain Podcast (2018) #14!

Skipping unlucky number thirteen for the moment, the fourteenth edition of the Scannain podcast is available for your aural delectation now.

This week, I’m joining Jason Coyle and Ronan Doyle to discuss the week in film, including the passing of both R. Lee Ermey and Milos Forman. As usual, we discuss what we’ve watched over the past week or so, jump into the top ten, and talk about the new releases landing in Irish cinemas. Included in the discussion are films like Rampage, The Cured and Love, Simon.

Check it out here, or give it a listen below.

New Podcast! Scannain Podcast (2018) #11!

The eleventh edition of the new and revived Scannain podcast discusses the week that has been in Irish film.

This week, I’m joining Grace Duffy, Alex Towers and Daniel Anderson to discuss everything from Cannes to the great Irish films on television this long weekend. As usual, we discuss what we’ve watched over the past week or so, jump into the top ten, and talk about the new releases landing in Irish cinemas.

Check it out here, or give it a listen below.