Banterflix - Foyle Film 2017
27th November 2017
The 30th annual Foyle Film Festival features on the latest episode of NI's premier film show and yours truly was on hand to waffle on for a little bit.
Banterflix's Jim McClean came up to Derry for the occasion and got myself to chat about the festival whilst also interviewing some of those involved this year.
Tune in below. The Foyle Film segment begins from about 21 minutes in.
Film news and review show presented by Jim McClean. This week a look at the Foyle Film Festival, Director Matt Spicer talks about his debut feature Ingrid Goes West and reviews of the latest cinema releases with guests Aaron Flanagan and Margaret McGoldrick.
This year's festival opened with the true tennis story, Battle of the Sexes which stars Emma Stone and Steve Carell. Jim and I had a quick natter about it on the latest episode of the Banterflix Podcast.
Tune in your ears to it below or search "Banterflix" in your pod app of choice!
Thanks for viewing!
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