Scannain recently caught up with director Saul Dibb to talk about his latest World war II drama, Journey's End, which is out in Irish cinemas February 2nd.
A sad, indictment of human evil, Condemned To Remember is also a film full of love and fellowship. Highly recommended.
Colin Farrell of Tile Media talks to Scannain about how he got into historical documentary making and about the making of Fingal's Finest.
Final Portrait is a well-made film, which gives the audience a look into an aging artist’s life.
Scannain spoke to Sarah Kiernan about Amplify Women's new guide to harassment and bullying in the workplace, The Harassment Toolkit.
Directed by Sophie Fiennes, Grace Jones: Bloodlight and Bami is a bit of a mishmash, but there is plenty here to engage Grace Jones fans.
The Villainess is not perfect by any means, but it is a helter skelter revenge movie with an emotional heart.
Scannain talks to Tomi Reichental about his WWII experiences as one of the last Holocaust survivors. Condemned To Remember is currently on cinema release.
Mary Martina Wogan reports on HACKS screening of The Devil Wears Prada at Light House Cinema and the panel discussion on all things fashion that followed,
The Limehouse Golem is a tour-de-force whodunnit of macabre suspense and horror.