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Wrap Chat is the Irish Film Industry Podcast. Founded by Paul Butler Lennox and Paul Webster in 2017, they were joined in 2020 by an exceedingly talented line up of presenters including Mia Mullarkey, Sean T. O Malley and Remie Clarke. It is a show about and for Irish filmmakers. We endeavour to bring you regular interviews with the most exciting voices working in the Irish Film and Television industries, from Directors and Producers to Actors and Casting Agents to Editors and Cinematographe ...
 
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For today's ppisode, Mia Mullarkey cat up with amazing Nigerian/Irish talent Derek Ugochukwu. Derek is one to watch and is very much on the rise. In May 2020, Screen Ireland announced Ugochukwu as one of the successful 15 writers selected from a pool of 195 applicants for its inaugural Spotlight development scheme aimed at fostering new and diverse…
 
Our Wrapchat team and FNI staff would like to take a moment to mark the sad passing of the brilliant filmmaker, Tom Collins. A fantastic filmmaker and soul. Our thoughts are with all his family at this difficult time, especially our colleague and friend Eibh Collins, RIP. Emer Reynolds is a Director of Film and Documentary and IFTA-winning Film Edi…
 
Joining Paul Butler Lennox @paulbutlerlennox on FNI (@filmnetworkireland) Wrap Chat this time around, all the way from the fertile banks of the Boyne is Frank Kelly and Bill Murphy. The Boyne Valley International Film Festival Special, 12th & 13th Aug 2022. Set against the beautiful backdrop of the Boyne Valley, Droichead Arts Centre and film maker…
 
We'd like to take a moment to mark the sad passing of two members of the Film and TV Community who tragically passed away in the last couple of weeks. Donal Courtney, a wonderful actor, director and facilitator at the age of 52 and the marvel that was Michelle Forde, writer, producer and artist. Taken too soon after a brave battle with cancer at th…
 
Happy Easter FNI'ers. Thanks for Stopping by!!!! Joining Paul Butler Lennox on FNI Wrap Chat this time around, from a little while back is a brilliant Film and TV personality and wonderful writer and producer; Mr Alan Keane of Hot Drop Films. Alan speaks about his lean years, spending time learning the ropes in the states, the importance of Relianc…
 
Host Mia Mullarkey welcomed the indefatigable Irish Writer/Director Donal Foreman on to the show during a pitstop back home after his recent VDIFF screening for his latest film “The Cry of Granuaile” Donal Foreman is an Irish filmmaker living in New York City. He has been making films since he was 11 years of age. Since then, he has written, direct…
 
We are delighted to speak with the multi-talented Stacey Gregg, writer/director of the Andrea Riseborough led "HERE BEFORE" a brilliantly made psychological thriller from Northern Irish. Currently in cinemas. Stacey is from Belfast and is a writer and director for stage and screen. Her plays include Scorch (Outburst Queer Arts Festival, Belfast, 20…
 
After a little break. We're bacccccck! On our first pod of 2022, one for the animation professionals. A special episode with Paul Ó Muiris. Paul Butler Lennox sat down for a chat with one of the most interesting and productive creatives out there. Paul Ó Muiris is an Irish artist and filmmaker. In his early career, Paul worked as an illustrator, sc…
 
On this episode, we're very lucky to be joined by internationally renowned Actor Ewen Bremner. @PaulButlerLennox had a chat with Ewen about Creating Characters, Growing up at the Seaside in Portabello, Scotland in the 70s, Youth Theatre and the connection and commonalities in brilliant people he's worked with. As well as his work on the Bluefish pr…
 
Paul Webster spoke with Michael McCormack this time last year just before the planned release of Breaking Out, a ten year oddysey with Interference frontman and singer Fergus O Farrell, his battle with Muscular Dystrophy and one of the most unlikely musical comebacks ever. But Covid had other plans. Breaking Out has finally hit Irish cinemas after …
 
Joining Paul Webster and guest-host Steve Gunn this week is director, Laura Way. Laura grew up in Wexford’s ‘Theatre Workshop’ founded by her parents Michael Way and Irene Wright. There she established her early acting credentials as well as working in all areas of theatre crafts and production. She studied Art (performance and multimedia) and grad…
 
Joining Paul Webster this time around... Ross Killeen and Narayan Van Maele. Ross talks with us for a second time on the podcast, along with his exceptional DOP Narayan, chatting about what is sure to be one of the year's most popular cinema going experiences "Love Yourself Today." The film centres around the music of Irish singer/songwriter Damien…
 
@PaulButlerLennox Sat down with one of the funniest guests we've had on ever this week. From his brilliant characterizations to his love of accents and mimicry and international schooling. We chat to the man behind the characters. Liam Hourican is an Irish actor, best known for his roles in BBC Three comedy Murder in Successville, for his voice wor…
 
In the final instalment of our special Irish Film Institute Documentary Festival podcasts. Paul Butler Lennox and our brand new host Georgina McKevitt spoke to the wonderful documentary director Alex Fegan. A massive welcome to Georgina to the team!!!! Alex has made some of the more commercially successful and engaging Feature Documentaries of rece…
 
On this Ep we're chatting to Jade Jordan. @jade_jordan88 What a wonderful character Jade is. You can absolutely see why she's going places recently. @paulbutlerlennox sat down recently for a yap about Acting, impostor syndrome, bring creative, attitude (and how it affects you) and her wonderful new book Nanny Ma and me. Which is available now acros…
 
In this second of a series of collaborative Podcasts with the Ifi @irishfilminstitute @paulbutlerlennox speaks with Viusl Artist and Filmmaker Susan Thompson. This Episode is Produced and mixed by Larry McGowen. As always we're grateful to Wildcard Distribution, Film Equiptment Store and Octovid.com for their wonderful support of our show. Susan Th…
 
This week, @PaulButlerLennox spoke with director David Burke and Dr Phil Kennedy ahead of the release of the fantastic "Father of the Cyborgs". It plays at the IFI and selected Cinemas across the Country NOW!!!. To say It was very humbling to speak with the subject of "Father of the Cyborgs" Dr Phil Kennedy, is a massive understatement. David Burke…
 
In the first of a series of collaborative Podcasts with the IFI @irishfilminstitute for their Documentary Festival this year, we're joined by Mary Sue Connolly. Her film 'Overdosed' screens on Wednesday the 22nd of September at 6pm and is also available on IFI @Home The IFI Documentary Festival is on now. Check out the programme here: https://ifi.i…
 
Joining Paul Webster is the extremely talented Gemma-Leah Devereux coming of the back of the recent release of her tour-de-force performance in Irish feature, The Bright Side directed by Ruth Meehan. @gemmaleahdevereux Gemma is an actor from Dublin who has worked extensively in TV and Film. She first came onto our screens in The Tudors where she pl…
 
MICK MAHON is one of Ireland's most respected editors working in Film and TV. Mick is joined this week by host Paul Webster. “Mick Mahon has been IFTA-nominated six times, and has edited a host of award winning projects. His work includes The Writing in the Sky (2011), Saving The Titanic (2012) John Sheahan: A Dubliner (2013) & Rough Rider ( 2013).…
 
Joining @paulwebsterfilms this week on Ireland's Film Industry Podcast FNI Wrapchat is super director Bob Gallagher. Bob Gallagher is a director, writer and cinematographer based in Dublin. He has been declared a ‘Good Soldier of Cinema’ by Werner Herzog and has been described by Rough Trade’s Geoff Travis as a filmmaker who ‘can be lyrical, as wel…
 
"Go to New York, make a splash and show these fuckers back here" This week's Episode of FNI Wrap Chat is someone who may be very recognisable to the Irish TV audience, from his brilliant turn in Love/Hate as Git Loughran, to his performances in the recent Taken Down and Dead Still. The brilliant writer/actor/director, Jimmy Smallhorne joins the two…
 
On this weeks episode in a slight reshuffle Paul Butler Lennox @paulbutlerlennox is joined by Director, Producer Garret Daly. Garret Daly Garret is a multifaceted and hugely assertive Film, TV and Audio and education professional who's productivity is self evident in his wide range of work across broadcast media over the years. This is testament to…
 
This week Folks, Joining @paulbutlerlennox onFni Wrapchat is a multifaceted and exciting talent Rickie O'Neill. @rickieoneill During the first months of the Pandemic, Fni established a 5 page screenwriting competition "Gimme 5". Rickies script beat dozens of other entries and received a cash prize and a Arri equipment rental package from our Sponso…
 
We've a very very special episode from London (We know right... not in Ireland) this week in association with the brilliant Irish Film London @irishfilmlondon Remie Michelle Clarke @remiemichelle packed up her mics, and was very passionate about charting this personal and professional journey to London to sit down with Director Cathy Brady @bradymi…
 
Welcome to episode 148 of Ireland's Audio-Visual industry podcast, FNI Wrap Chat. Paul Webster is joined by award-winning filmmaker and producer, Garry Keane who spent five years making the extraordinary and moving documentary, Gaza. If you would like to support the people affected by the violence in Gaza, Garry recommends contributing to the "Amja…
 
This next gentleman has over 60 producing credits on IMDB. He has had a hand in some of the most interesting Irish films and documentaries of the last 20 years. A real good guy good of Irish Film. Producer and Co-Managing Director of Cowtown Pictures Mr Alan Maher. FNI Wrapchat is sponsored by Wildcard, Octovid and Film Equipment Store. Alan's late…
 
As the sun splits the trees (thank God) Joining @remiemichelle on this weeks Episode is Tim O’Donovan. @mrtimodonovan Tim is a sound editor, dubbing mixer, vastly experienced voice actor and musician from Dublin. He has extensive experience in audio post, from BBC and National Geographic documentaries to animation series for Nickelodeon and Disney.…
 
On this Episode of Fni Wrapchat is Director and Producer Martina Durac. But... First some FNI RELATED NEWS. We're bringing you closer to Filmmakers than ever before. With our membership programme on www.WeAreFni.com/mentors. One on one, online chats, and a free networking event for members in the Autumn of this year. Sooooooooo excited. #WeAreFni #…
 
Joining @paulbutlerlennox and @paulwebsterfilms in the studio this week is one of Ireland's most hard working Actors, Dubliner Jason Barry @jasonbarry_ Jason has the very unique achievement of featuring in one of the most successful Films of all time (Titanic) and the most successful TV series Ireland has produced (Love/Hate). Today We have a VERY …
 
Important episode alert Welcome to FNI Wrapchat, If this is your first listen, please subscribe. @paulbutlerlennox is joined on this episode by President Gerry O'Brien and Vice President Melissa Nolan of Irish Equity. A very important episode that all Actors and Performace professionals should bookmark to listen to. Wrapchat is sponsored by Wildcar…
 
On this episode of FNI Wrapchat, joining Paul Webster is showrunner, Bafta winning executive producer and priter of 2021's new exciting Dublin set crime drama, Kin- Peter McKenna. Peter McKenna has written extensively for film, television and stage. He is the creator and Showrunner of RED ROCK, an award winning drama for Irish broadcaster TV3, whic…
 
A little later than billed. On this episode of Fni Wrapchat, PBL @paulblennox is joined by Sarah Glennane, CEO of the Screen Composers Guild of Ireland. In the first of a few Chats with the various Film and TV Guilds and organisations, We talk the importance of Sound and Composition in Film, TV and Advertising at all levels. Why it should be treate…
 
On this Episode of Fni Wrapchat, joining Mia Mullarkey is Creative Director of Odyssey Studios, Mark Maher. Mark is CEO, Founder and Creative Director at Odyssey Studios a creative Film Company, based in Ireland. He has brought 17 years of international experience in the industry as a Concept, Lead or Head Model Maker to Odyssey Studios which he st…
 
On this packed ep of Fni Wrapchat, Paul Webster and Paul Butler Lennox chat to Festival organisers Daniel Hegarty (producer) and Gavin Ryan (Screenwriter). We chat Everything Dublin International Screenwriting Festival @dublinintscreenwritingfestival DISF as an innovative and timely new event for Irish screenwritiers running online this April 19th-…
 
Joining Mia for this week's ep is an actor whose career is skyrocketing at the moment... Ann Skelly. Ann is currently featuring in the brand new series for HBO 'The Nevers' due for release on the 11th of April on HBO. "PLEASE consider Supporting FNI by becoming a member of Fni on www.BuyMeACoffee.com/fni or simply just buy us a coffee or two as a g…
 
This week on Wrapchat, is the earnest and wonderfully talented young Actor Dafyd Flynn. Dafhyd joins PBL for a chat about his experience working through some very heavy themes in his work so far, what it's like being a young Actor in Ireland, but moreover a young man, self taping, turning down what doesn't feel right and what he hopes the future ho…
 
AVAILABLE NOW on this weeks Episode of Irelands Industry Film and TV podcast Fni Wrapchat is well respected Actor and Director Eva Birthistle. Eva Chats with Remie Michelle Clarke about her latest film "Kathleen was here" a brilliant short film which screened online at this years Virgin Media Dublin International Film festival. Not one, But three o…
 
On this weeks show Actor and Writer Andie McCaffery-Byrne. This episode is an important one for Actors whom are looking for a shot in the arm. Andies a great example of hard work, a sense of humou and integrity. Andie’s most recent work involves donning a couple of Film and TV hats. Creating a Screen Ireland Short from the ground up. Andie is Write…
 
On this Episode of Fni Wrapchat we focus again on some important up and coming talent screening at this years Virgin Media Dublin International Film Festival. Remie Michelle Clarke was joined by Cathy Dunne this week to talk about her moving and nostalgic new documentary and the good work she has been doing during the pandemic on Through the pane. …
 
On this week's Ep of Fni Wrapchat; We're Spotlighting some talented up and coming talent screening at this years Virgin Media Dublin International Film Festival. Paul Webster is back in the chair chatting to Director Peter O'Brien. Peter O’Brien (POB) is an award winning Irish director specialising in a unique and emotive documentary style. Through…
 
Joining us from Seville, Spain on this international flavoured Episode of Fni Wrapchat is Spanish (Irish Long time resident) Writer and Director Paco Torres. ***Please be patient with the quality of recording as we continue to work remotely***. We talk creativity, focus, avoiding distraction, His family and their influence on his work, empathy in a…
 
On this weeks Fni Wrapchat is an awful sound and funny chap. And an awful hardworking talented Chap JOE MCGUCKEN. Amassing millions of hits across various online platforms, Joseph is a uniquely versatile performer who specialises in natural acting. He is predominantly recognized for his online comedy sketches that bring to life relatable characters…
 
Welcome to the latest episode of Fni Wrapchat. Irelands Film and TV communit podcast. If you're interested in supporting this show. Why not become a member of Headstuff + From just 5 Euros per month you can can get loads of extras and bonus features. This week... We're joined by the Brilliant Ciarán Foy for a chat following on from his online Chat …
 
Joining our BRAND new host Remie Michelle Clarke and Seán T. Ó Meallaigh is Writer and Showrunner Paul Walker. Paul enjoys working across various media. He is equally at home writing black comedy, campaigning or state-of-the-nation drama, friendship group stories or site-specific multi-media theatrical experiences. Recent work includes: thriller se…
 
On the first Episode of 2021, We look to the future. Paul was joined before Christmas by a very talented up and coming Director from Limerick. A proper grafter and continual student of Film: Paudie Baggott. Paudie gives us a very frank account of his experiences working in Film/Tv in a variety of roles and his successful mission to fund his award w…
 
Danika 'Nika' McGuigan (4 January 1986 – 23 July 2019) McGuigan was born in 1986, to Barry McGuigan and Sandra McGuigan. She is deeply missed by Brothers Shane, Jake and Blane, Mother Sandra and Father Barry. **FNI would like to note that this podcast was recorded before Elliot Page made his announcement. The point Wiebke makes in the context of Ni…
 
Ahead of the Irish cinema release this weekend of the highly anticipated cycling movie, The Racer, Paul Webster spoke to the film's director, Kieron J. Walsh. Kieron is a hugely experienced Irish director who has had a rich and varied career working in Film, TV and Advertising. He is well known as one of the founders of Blinder Films, the Irish com…
 
This week's Episode of FNI Wrap Chat is with one of our favourite actors, writers and creators, Amy De Bhrún. A shining example of artistic integrity and downright hard work. This is a podcast that young creative professionals should not miss. Amy moved to London at the age of nineteen, to pursue her actor training. She works consistently between t…
 
On this episode of FNI WRAPCHAT (after a short break) PBL is joined by a shining example of grit, determination and resilience, which could all take a lead from. Kamila Dydyna. Kamila talks about her real life experiences being a Jehovah's Witness and how that experience shaped her latest film and she talks about how she managed to fundraise a succ…
 
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