Foyle Film Festival Podcasts
Listen to Julien Temple, Willie Doherty and Andrew Eaton
Bringing the best films and biggest names in cinema to NI, this year's Foyle Film Festival celebrated a fantastic array of great films from contemporary and foreign language to documentaries and music.
Taking place across three main festival venues: the Omniplex Derry, the Orchard Cinema, and the Nerve Centre, this year's guest and market events included masterclasses on how to sell your script, tips on how to get into films BAFTA award-winning producer Andrew Eaton.
Here you can download podcasts with three of the biggest names working in contemporary cinema: Julien Temple, Willie Doherty and Andrew Eaton.
Downloading the podcasts
The podcasts are divided into mp3s of approximately half an hour each. To listen to each part using your computer's media player simply click the links below, or to save to your computer right-click the link and choose the option 'save target as.'
BAFTA award-winning producer Andrew Eaton participated in a question and answer session about his work, which includes A Mighty Heart, The Road To Guantanamo and 24 Hour Party People amongst numerous others.
Eaton was awarded the British Independent Film Award for Producer of the Year in 2000 and his film In This World won the 2004 BAFTA Award for Best Film not in the English Language.
Download the Andrew Eaton Q&A:
Part 1 (15MB)
Part 2 (16MB)
Born in Derry, Willie Doherty's films have twice been nominated for the Turner Prize. His work often explores the multiplicity of meaning found in single images, and he represented NI at the 2007 Venice Biennale.
In conversation with Martin Melarkey, Doherty interrogates some of his most well-known pieces.
Julien Temple's documentary Joe Strummer: The Future Is Unwritten which was awarded the Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival this year.
Here, Temple is in conversation with Nerve Centre director Martin Melarkey, talking about a career spanning over three decades from The Filth And The Fury to Glastonbury and The Great Rock ‘n’ Roll Swindle.