The Irish Film and TV Awards are coming to an end on Saturday, May 16, and we’re happy to have the chance to show you some of our favourite documentaries.
The furia film is a short film that follows a group of students, all of them from the Irish community, who embark on a journey to discover the true story behind a controversial film about the Irish people.
It follows them as they go to the local cinema, watch Furia, and then go back to the cinema, but not before asking the people around them what they thought of the film.
It is a remarkable film.
Furia was made in 2009 and released in Ireland by the Film Alliance of Ireland (FAI), the same organisation behind the Oscar-winning documentary The Great Escape.
Furie’s director, James Boulton, says it is an incredible film that he is proud of.
“I can say that we’ve worked very hard to create this film, which was originally intended to be a documentary about an Irish film, but the way the film has been received by Irish audiences has been extraordinary,” Boul, who is also the film’s producer, tells us.
Furieta is an ambitious project.
It was shot entirely on location in Ireland, with a cast of nearly 50 people, and it was directed and edited by James Boultons daughter, Clare.
The project was financed by the FAI, and the film was presented at the film festival last year.
Furies director says he feels lucky that the FAIs support the project.
“It’s something that was done by people who are passionate about Irish cinema, and I think that we really need to be looking at the whole of the Irish cinema community, because the world has changed so much in the last 15 years,” Boulton says.
“This film was originally a documentary, but now it’s a documentary that is about Ireland, about Ireland’s film industry, about the history of Irish cinema and about Irish filmmakers.
It’s about the community, and this film has really raised awareness about Irish film.”
The Irish Independent recently published a short clip from the film, featuring some of the voices of the students.
In a nutshell, Furietanis story is one of injustice and persecution.
We’re going to watch it for you.
Furio, the young student who joins the group Furia is filming in the film Fionn’s story, in Furia Fionni Molloy and James Bouls daughter, co-star Clare Boultons son, actor Joe Molloys wife and the rest of the Furia cast have been very supportive of the project so far.
Clare Boultones son, Joe, and actor Joe, who played Furio in Furie, have both made it clear that they are proud of the work that they have done in making this film.
“When we got the chance, we wanted to do something for the community that wasn’t just an academic one-off project,” says Joe.
“We wanted to create a film that was going to give back to that community, to the Irish film industry and the wider film industry.
“And we hope that this film can help create awareness for what we’ve been through and the change that is taking place in Ireland.” “
Furieta was a film about what the Irish had gone through in the past, but also about how to move forward in the future,” says Clare Bouls son.
“And we hope that this film can help create awareness for what we’ve been through and the change that is taking place in Ireland.”
Clare Boulos son, Joseph, also made it very clear that he was very excited about the project and that he wanted it to go well.
“If we could do it with anyone else, it would be Fionnan,” says Joseph.
“But it was a very collaborative process and it didn’t come out of the blue. “
The film was actually written by a lot of people from across the Irish media, people that I know in the Irish arts world, and they really did go into it with great passion and care,” he adds.
“But it was a very collaborative process and it didn’t come out of the blue.
It has been a long process, but I’m very happy to see it through.
We have a very close working relationship with the director, and a lot more will come out in the coming months.”
Clare and Joe have said that they would be interested in doing more films and that the film is just the beginning.
“At Furia we’ve all got stories, and if we can help people realise their stories, that’s what we’re really looking for,” Joe says.
In an interview with Irish Independent, Fionnn Molloyd, who directed Furietas film The Great escape said that she was inspired by the project because she had been involved in film production for many years.
“People will have different ideas about the film,” she said.
“There are some people that will see it as a documentary and others will see that