The IFI Documentary Festival 2019 has come to a close, with 15 features and a selection of Irish short films screening from September 25th to 29th. We were also very lucky to welcome some amazing guests to the Irish Film Institute during the festival, taking part in lively Q&As and discussions with our hosts and the audiences.
Below you’ll find the full audio from sessions for A Dog Called Money, Push, Heyday – The Mic Christopher Story, Journey to the Edge, Taste of Cement and Système K.
With director Seamus Murphy, hosted by Simon O’Connor.
Emmett Scanlon, architect Dominic Stevens, Michelle Norris of UCD and board member of the Land Development Agency and Eoin Ó Broin.
Director Alan Leonard, Maureen Christopher and producer Níall Carver, hosted by Emily O’Callaghan of Hotpress.
Director Peter Kelly and Enda O’Coineen, hosted by RTÉ broadcaster and journalist Fergal Keane.
Director Ziad Kalthoum, hosted by Tadhg O’Sullivan
Director Renaud Barret, hosted by Sheila de Courcy.
ANATOMY OF A FALL
ARCHIVE AT LUNCHTIME: FAMILY VALUES
Double Bill – 12.35
KINOPOLIS: DOPPELGANGER. THE DOUBLE + Q&A
KINOPOLIS: THE LAST SPARK OF HOPE + Q&A
THE RED SHOES
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