Screentime with John Fardy
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This week n Screentime John Fardy talks to the one and only Julia Roberts and her co-star Myha’la about their new Netflix movie ‘Leave the World Behind’ about a family vacation that goes a awry after a mysterious power outage as well as its director Sam Esmail of ‘Mr. Robot’ fame. John is also joined by Chris Wasser who reviews the much talked about ‘Maestro’ where Bradley Cooper plays Leonard Bernstein. Plus, Ken Wardrop on his new 'different' festive film ‘So This Is Christmas’.
This week on Screentime John Fardy looks at the new documentary on Prime Video ‘Ronnie O’Sullivan; The Edge of Everything’ about the talented and mercurial snooker player when he talks to the director Sam Blair. Actor and Musician Steve Wall tells John about his role as the ‘Dad’ in the new Oscar Long-Listed Short Movie ‘Two For the Road’. Plus Brian Lloyd of Entertainment.ie reviews Ridley Scott’s new ‘Napoleon’ as well as Disney’s latest animated spectacular ‘Wish’.
This week on Screentime John Fardy talks to the cast of the new season of the Crown on Netflix including Jonathan Pryce who plays Prince Philip, Elizabeth Debicki as Diana and Khalid Abdalla who plays Dodi Fayed. There's also the week's new Cinema Releases with Chris Wasser including the new Barry Keoghan movie 'Saltburn'.
This week on Screentime John Fardy talks to Joe Pearlman the Director of the new much-anticipated documentary ‘Robbie Williams’ on Netflix all about the singer’s incredible highs and lows. There are reviews of ‘The Marvels’ as well as the winner of this year’s Palme d’Or ‘Anatomy of A Fall’. Plus, Kieran Cuddihy chats about his favourite movie.
This week on Screentime John Fardy talks to prolific film maker Alan Gilsenan about his new film ‘The Days of Trees’ where he documents the troubled life of one of his friends. ‘How to Have Sex’ is the impressive first feature of Molly Manning Walker and she talks to John about wild summer holidays and consent. Plus Esther McCarthy reviews new movies ‘The Royal Hotel’ and Jessie Buckley’s latest ‘Fingernails’.
This week on Screentime John Fardy talk to the famed Harry Potter David Yates about his new Netflix movie ‘Pain Hustlers’ which sees Emily Blunt play a struggling mother who enters the world of dodgy-dealing medicines in the American Opioid Crisis. John also chats to the Director of ‘Cat Person’ Susanna Fogel who has turned the acclaimed New Yorker Magazine short story that went viral into a movie of the same name. Plus there’s also the fascinating new documentary ‘Rock Hudson: All That Heaven Allowed’.
This week on Screentime John Fardy chats to Al Murray aka the Pub Landlord about his new show ‘Why Does Everyone Hate the British Empire’ on Sky History. With the release of the Saoirse Ronan and Paul Mescal sc-fi drama ‘Foe’ John talks to its director Garth Davis and the writer of the novel it’s based on Ian Reid. Scorsese is back with the long-awaited ‘Killers of the Flower Moon’ and Chris Wasser gives us the low-down. Plus Legendary Comedian Phil Jupitus chats about his favourite movie.
This Week on Screentime John Fardy chats to Legendary Irish Director Thaddeus O'Sullivan about his new film 'The Miracle Club' about a group of women in 1960's working class Dublin who go to Lourdes in search of miracles. Booker Prize-Winner John Banville chats about his favourite film. Plus film critic Chris Wasser reviews the week's new movie releases.
This week on Screentime John Fardy talks to Director Chloe Domont about her new Erotic Thriller ‘Fair Play’ on Netflix which details a loved-up couples’ troubles when one of them gets a promotion above the other at a Wall Street Firm. John also talks to ‘Pure Mule’ creator Eugene O’Brien about the new Irish Language Film ‘Tarrac’ which he wrote about a grieving young woman returning to Kerry and finding hope when reuniting with a rowing team. Plus Film Critic Chris Wasser reviews ‘The Exorcist; Believer’.
This week on Screentime John Fardy talks to ‘Once’ and ‘Sing Street’ Director John Carney about his new movie ‘Flora and Son’ about a mother played by Eve Hewson trying to connect with her son through music. With the release of Ken Loach’s final movie ‘The Old Oak’ John talks to his longtime Screen Writer Paul Laverty about their long working relationship that includes such classics as ‘The Wind That Shakes the Barley’ and ‘I Daniel Blake’. Plus Esther McCarthy reviews the week’s other new Movie Releases.
With the return of the fourth and final season of Sex Education John Fardy talks to its creator Laurie Nunn about the boundary-pushing and very funny comedy series . John also chats to ‘I Tonya’ Director Craig Gillespie's about his new dramedy Dumb Money which chronicles the 2021 Wall Street phenomenon known as the GameStop short squeeze, which pitted small investors against major hedge fund. Plus director Alice Troughton on her movie ‘The Lesson’ a noir thriller which sees an egotistical Writer played by Richard E Grant opposite an aspiring writer played by Ireland’s own Daryl McCormack.
This week on Screentime John Fardy chats to Patrick Kielty and Seána Kerlslake about their new film 'Ballywalter' about two lost souls finding each other in a taxi. John also talks to Agatha Christie's Great Grandson James Pichard about the new movie 'A Haunting in Venice' where Kenneth Branagh reprises his role as the Belgian Detective. Plus John talks to his regular Hollywood Correspondent Tim Gray who after 42 years of reporting on Tinsel Town is stepping down.
This week on Screentime John Fardy talks to debut director Celine Song about her movie ‘Past Lives’ which people and John are already calling the film of the year about two childhood friends who get separated and later reconnect. Chris Wasser reviews the week’s new releases. Plus Comedian, Musician and Historical Entertainer Paddy Cullivan chats about his favourite film.
This week on Screentime John Fardy chats to Actress, Comedian and Clown Natalie Palamides about her role in the new Irish Comedy ‘Apocalypse Clown’. There’s reviews of ‘The Equalizer 3’ and the other week’s new cinema releases with Brain Lloyd. Plus Comedian and Writer Colm O’Regan chats about his favourite movie.
This week on Screentime John Fardy talk to the makers of Sky's new Documentary 'Mission to Burnley' where viewers are granted incredible access to an amazing time in the Premiership Football Club. Chris Wasser reviews the new comedy horror 'The Blackening' as well as the new French Caper Movie 'The Innocent'. Plus John chats to one half of the renowned husband and wife filmmaking team of Molloy and Lawlor when he hears from Joe Lawlor about their intriguing new film 'The Future Tense'.
This week on Screentime John Fardy talks to Heavyweight Boxing Champion Tyson Fury and his wife Paris about their new Netflix show 'At Home With The Furys'. Film Reviewer Esther McCarthy looks at the new canine movie 'Strays' as well as espionage thriller 'Heart of Stone'. Plus Today FM's Alison Curtis chats about her favourite Film.
This week on Screentime John Fardy chats to Professor Richard Kearney about the new film book 'Thinking Film- Philosophy at the Movies' that looks at just how philosophical some movies really are. Ger Gilroy of 'Off the Ball' chat about his favourite movie. And as always there's all the movies and tv news and reviews.
This week on Screentime John Fardy gives us his verdict on the two big Summer Blockbusters ‘Oppenheimer’ and ‘Barbie’ when he reviews both with film Critic Chris Wasser. Jessica Kiang of Variety tells us the latest on the Hollywood Strike. Plus John talks to Documentary-Maker Ross Whitaker about his documentary ‘The Road Down Under’ which tells the emotionally-charged story of the Irish Women’s Soccer Team’s journey to this week’s World Cup.
This week on Screentime John Fardy talks to Award-Winning Film Maker Mark Cousins about his new take on Alfred Hitchcock in ‘My Name is Alfred Hitchcock’. Tomm Moore of Cartoon Saloon talks about taking the beloved children’s cartoon ‘Puffin Rock’ to the big screen with ‘Puffin Rock and the New Friends’. Plus Anne Marie Kane gives her take on ‘Mission Impossible- Dead Reckoning Part One’