Scannain Talks The New Music, a new Irish feature film currently in post-production. The film aims to shine a light on Young Onset Parkinson's Disease, a rare and little known condition which affects people under fifty.
Scannain talks about Disney Pixar's latest animated adventure Coco with director Lee Unkrich and producer Darla K. Anderson.
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.
Scannain caught up with The Man Who Invented Christmas director Bharat Nalluri ahead of the film's release in Irish cinemas from today.
Scannain spoke to Sarah Kiernan about Amplify Women's new guide to harassment and bullying in the workplace, The Harassment Toolkit.
Scannain talks to Tomi Reichental about his WWII experiences as one of the last Holocaust survivors. Condemned To Remember is currently on cinema release.
Scannain caught up with producer Barbara Broccoli to talk about her latest film Film Stars Don't Die in Liverpool, which is in cinemas from today.
Scannain talks with Philippe Mangeot and Antoine Reinartz, the co-screenwriter and star of 120 BPM (Beats Per Minute) at the Lux Prize ceremony.
Scannain caught up with producer Jamie D'Alton and director Gavin Fitzgerald about new documentary Conor McGregor: Notorious.
With his superlative Irish crime drama Cardboard Gangsters out now on DVD and VOD, Scannain caught up with director Mark O'Connor to talk about the film.