I’ll be conducting Q&As after the screenings of three films at the Galway Film Fleadh this year:
Wednesday, 11 July at Pálás Screen 1 – film begins at 22:00
I’ll be chatting to writer/director Matthew Holness (Garth Marenghi’s Darkplace) about his dark debut feature, and its development from short story to screen.
Thursday, 12 July at Pálás Screen 1 – film begins at 20:45
I’ll be discussing this challenging feature film debut by Swedish filmmaker Isabella Eklöf (Notes from Underground).
Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure
Saturday, 14 July at Pálás Screen 1 – film begins at 22:45
I’ll be talking to screenwriter Ed Solomon (Men in Black) about his work on the Bill & Ted movies and TV series, including the forthcoming Bill & Ted Face the Music.
It’s quite a range of films from slow-burn horror, disturbing art house realism, to 80s cult comedy. It’s a fine sampling of the spectrum of movies that the Galway Film Fleadh offers every year.
Two of the films are part of the GFF’s new late-night programme strand, What the Fleadh?, which is adding an extra layer of richness to their programming.