Frank Berry, director of new Irish film “I Used To Live Here” about the impact teenage suicide has on a community in Tallaght
Sinéad Gleeson and Stephen Boyd review three films out this week: Julianne Moore’s Oscar winning performance as an Alzheimer’s sufferer in ‘Still Alice’; a true story of drugs, guns and government cover-ups in 'Kill the Messenger ' ; and the director of District 9 returns with a dystopian look at Robot Police in a future South Africa called 'Chappie'
Rachel Breslin went to Cork to find out about the 26th Cork French Film Festival and to attend a masterclass run by the French actor and director Mathieu Amalric. He is best known for his roles in James Bond’s film 'Quantum of Solace'; Wes Anderson’s ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ and Julien Schnabel’s ‘The Diving Bell and the Butterfly’.
For more information about the festival: www.corkfrenchfilmfestival.com
The feature film Still Alice sees Julianne Moore play Alice Howland - a respected professor of linguistics and happily married woman with three grown children. Her world changes fundamentally when she is diagnosed with early onset Alzheimers. The role has earned Julianne Moore both an Oscar and a BAFTA. We spoke to her before she won those awards
Presenter: Seán Rocks