Screentime with John Fardy
Screentime with John Fardy
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John Fardy casts his eye over all that’s new in the Ominplex as well as the box at home. With interviews, reviews and lots of movie and TV treats John brings the magic of big and small screen to life. Listen and subscribe to Screentime with John Fardy on Apple Podcasts and Spotify. Download, listen and subscribe on the Newstalk App. You can also listen to Newstalk live on newstalk.com or on Alexa, by and asking: 'Alexa, play Newstalk'
This week on Screentime John Fardy talks to Oscar-Winner Daniel Kaluuya and Shameik Moore about voicing different Spidermen in the much-anticipated sequel ‘Spiderman Across the Spider Verse’. We hear from Director Tina Satter about her new film ‘Reality’ all about the whistler-blower Reality Winner who want to jail for leaking documents concerning Russian interference in the 2016 US Election. Film-maker Joe Lee joins John to about his documentary ‘406 Days’ which chronicles the Debenhams workers who wouldn’t take ‘No’ for an answer. Plus Film Critic Chris Wasser reviews ‘The Bogeyman’ and a dancing Paul Mescal in ‘Carmen’
This week on Screentime John Fardy crosses to Cannes to hear all the gossip about the new Martin Scorsese film with Jessica Kiang from Variety. There's reviews of new version of 'The Little Mermaid' as well as the week's best TV. Plus Martin Maloney aka Eddie Durkan of the Hardy Bucks chats about his favourite film.
This week on Screentime John Fardy looks at the amazing new Michael J Fox Documentary ‘Still- A Michael J Fox Movie’ when he talks to its Irish Editor Michael Harte. John also talks to Robert Higgins and Patrick McGiveny the co-writers and co-directors of the acclaimed new Irish movie ‘Lakelands’ which looks at the life of a GAA Star in the Midlands whose world gets turned upside down after an accident. There’s all the week’s new movie releases with Film Critic Chris Wasser. Plus we return to Bridgerton with Ciara Treacy.
This week on Screentime John Fardy chat to to Lee Cronin director of 'Evil Dead Rise' who’s on course to be the highest grossing Irish filmmaker at the Global box office this year. There's also chats with filmmaker Graham Cantwell and Actress Amy Joyce Hastings about their new Coming-of-Age and Coming-Out complicated romance story 'Who We Love'. Plus Journalist and former cyclist Paul Kimmage chats about his favourite movie.
This week on Screentime John Fardy chats to Oscar Winner Jim Broadbent and Downton Abbey Star Penelope Wilton about their new film ‘The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry’ which sees a man walk the length of England to try and save his dying friend. There’s reviews of the week’s new cinema releases ‘Evil Dead Rise’ and ‘Missing’ with Film Critic Chris Wasser. Plus Druid Theatre’s Creative Director and Co-Founder Garry Hynes chats about her favourite film.
This week on Screentime John Fardy talks to Fintan Connolly director of the new Dublin-set Noir Thriller ‘Barber’ staring Aidan Gillen as a Private Eye who’s on the case of a Missing Girl. There’s nostalgia for the Gaeltacht with the new TG4 show ‘Saol Ella’. Plus Newstalk’s own Jess Kelly chats about her favourite film.
This week on Screentime John Fardy brings the funnies in a special show where he looks at the best comedies the cinema has ever made. He’s joined by Aoife Barry and Chris Wasser as they debate what makes ‘funny’ with everything from ‘Some Like IT Hot’ to ‘Bridesmaids’ and many more.
This week on Screentime John Fardy talks to the Acclaimed Irish Director Paddy Breathnach about his latest series ‘The Dry’ about a woman struggling to stay sober as well as his highly-regarded movies ‘Rosie’ and ‘I Went Down’. Does the world need a movie based on a fantasy role playing game? Paula Wiseman reviews ‘Dungeons and Dragons; Honour Among Thieves’. Plus Andrew Legge the director of the inventive new time-warping movie ‘Lola’
This week on Sceentime John Fardy chats to Emily Watson and Paul Mescal about their new brooding Mother and Son drama 'Gods Creatures'. John reviews 'John Wick 4' with a very special reviewer Anne Marie Kane. Plus novelist Liz Nugent chats about her favourite movie.
This week on Screentime talks to the legendary director Richard Eyre about his new film ‘Allelujah’ which focuses on the geriatric ward of an NHS hospital threatened with closure. There’s the fallout from the Oscars and a review of the new ‘Shazam; Fury of the Gods’. Plus a special report on the legendary TV Comic Dave Allen.
This week on Screentime John Fardy chats to the star of Netflix’s ‘You’ Penn Badgley about his deliciously evil role on the hit show. There’s plenty of Oscar talk and a look at why ‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’ has suddenly become the favourite with Ciara Treacy. Paula Wiseman reviews ‘Scream VI’. Plus best-selling author Cathy Kelly chats about her favourite film.
This week on Screentime John Fardy chats to Andy Serkis about playing the baddie in the new Luther movie on Netflix ‘Luther-The Fallen Sun’. John also chats to acting legends James Cosmo and Brid Brennan about their gorgeous new movie ‘My Sailor My Love’; a tale late-blooming romance. Plus Investigative Journalist Mick Clifford chats about his favourite movie.
This week on Screentime John Fardy chats to the stars of 'Creed 3' Tessa Thompson and Jonathan Majors about their roles in the latest installment of the continuing Creed Story. John also talk to Fashion Designer Amy Powney and Film-Maker Becky Hutner about their documentary 'Fashion Reimagined' which looks at the struggle of a designer to make clothes ethically and sustainably.
This week on Screentime John Fardy chats to Lily James and Shazad Latif who star in the new 'assisted marriages' rom-com 'What's Love Got to Do with It?'. John also talks to the screenwriter of the film who happens to be Jemima Khan. There's also reviews of 'Ant-Man and the Wasp- Quantumania' and all the week's TV.
This week on Screentime John Fardy chats to Grainne Humphries from The Dublin International Film Festival about this year’s event. Burt Bacharach’s contribution to the Cinema is remembered. John also talks to documentary-maker Frankie Fenton about his new documentary ‘Atomic Hope’ about the Pro-Nuclear movement. Plus the one and only Pat Short chats about his favourite film as well as his own acting life and times.
This week on Screentime John Fardy chats to renowned actor Sam Riley about his new movie 'She is Love' which sees a divorced couple unexpectedly meet again in a big house in Cornwall as well as his Iconic Role as Ian Curtis in 'Control'. There’s a review of the controversial new Darren Aronofsky movie ‘The Whale’. Plus Derval O’Rourke chats about her favourite film.
This week on Screentime John Fardy chats to Gabriel Labelle the star of Steven Speilberg’s new Oscar-Nominated look at his childhood and early years ‘The Fabelmans’. John also talks to the Oscar-Nominated director of An Cailín Ciúin Colm Bairéad following this week’s amazing news. Plus Sue Murphy reviews ‘Pamela-A Love Story’ on Netflix.
This week on Screentime John Fardy talks to the real life ‘Dave’ from ‘The Bank of Dave’ on Netflix about a Burnley business Dave Fishwick who attempted to set up his own bank. John also chats to the director of the new Irish Horror Comedy ‘Let the Wrong One in’ Conor McMahon. Plus there are reviews of Damian Chazelle’s new Hollywood epic ‘Babylon’ and Sky’s new series ‘The Last of Us’.
This week on Screentime John Fardy chats to the Awards Editor at Variety Tim Gray about the Irish Success at the Globes and how the Banshees of Inisherin might fare at the Oscars. Musician and Mental Health Advocate Bressie chats about his favourite movie. And the week’s big new movies and tv show are reviewed.
This week on Screentime John Fardy chats to the co-director of the poignant documentary ‘Long Live My Happy Head’ all about a comic-book artist who draws cartoons to deal with his brain tumour. Paul Howard author of Ross O’Carroll kelly chats about his favourite film. Plus Glass Onion; why are so many people watching it?
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