The Picture Show
Simon Pegg reveals his serious side in new role08/18/14
Simon Pegg talks about his new role in 'Hector and the Search for Happiness', training for new Mission Impossible movie and celebrating Star Trek.
Mad Men's John Slattery on directing 'God's Pocket'
Mad Men actor John Slattery tells Philip Molloy about his directorial debut in 'God's Pocket', auditioning for Don Draper and what it means to be Irish.
Zoe Saldana plans to star in Avatar Sequels
Hollywood actress Zoe Saldana talks about the coincidence of starring in 3 of the major Sci-fi franchises this year, returning to Avatar & moving to musicals.
Horror Producer Jason Blum
The humourous horror producer Jason Blum talks about making his mark on Hollywood with box office hits including The Purge, Insidious and the Paranormal Activity series.
Jack Reynor: Home from Hollywood
Irish actor on the rise, Jack Reynor, talks about his role in 'Transformers', phone calls from Steven Spielberg & rumours that he'll play Baseball player Josh Hamilton.
'Begin Again' director John Carney
Director of new movie 'Begin Again', and of Oscar winning 'Once', talks to Philip about making music, movies and more..
Actor Greg Wise is bringing back the 80's
Greg Wise,widely known for his role as Willoughby in Sense & Sensibility opposite Kate Winslet & wife Emma Thompson, on his new role in 80's musical 'Walking on Sunshine'
Jersey Boys writer Marshall Brickman
American Screenwriter Marshall Brickman openly shares stories about writing the stage/screen hit Jersey Boys, his friendship with Woody Allen & life working in showbiz.
Jimmy's Hall actress Aisling Franciosi
Screen International Magazine's 'Star of Tomorrow', Irish actress Aisling Franciosi on her roles in TV series 'Quirke','The Fall' and her latest movie 'Jimmy's Hall'.
The 'Zodfather' Terence Stamp
Actor Terence Stamp talks about his new release 'The Art of the Steal' as well as escaping to an Ashram in India, his role regrets and offending Laurence Olivier.
Road: a documentary about the Dunlop road racing family
Road, the documentary about an Irish motorcycle road racing family, narrated by Liam Neeson, went on release last week. We spoke to co-writer & director Michael Hewitt.
Heaven is for Real?
Todd Burpo's son Colton, at 5 years old, claims he visited heaven, met Jesus and deceased relatives. The story has now been adapted to screen in 'Heaven is for Real'.
Picture Show movie of the week: Belle
'Belle' director Amma Asante and lead actress Gugu Mbatha-Raw spoke to Philip about the true story that inspired this period biopic.
Director Ken Loach on his latest film 'Jimmy's Hall'
Ken Loach, director of the award winning 'The Wind that Shakes the Barley' tells Philip about his latest release, 'Jimmy's Hall'.
Irish Cinematographer Seamus McGarvey
Seamus McGarvey, one of Hollywood's leading Cinematographers, talks shooting Godzilla,50 Shades of Grey and explains why 3D is nothing more than a 'marketing gimmick'.
Actor Viggo Mortensen on his latest role
Actor Viggo Mortensen and Director Hossein Amini talk about their latest movie, a thriller called 'The Two Faces of January.'
Stephen Rennicks: Composer of 'Frank' Soundtrack
Stephen Rennicks has composed scores for movies such as 'What Richard Did', 'Garage' and 'Boy Eats Girl'. He tells Phillip about his latest work on feature film,'Frank'.
Lauryn Canny in 'A Thousand Times Goodnight'
Young Irish actress Lauryn Canny talks to Philip about acting opposite Oscar winner Juliette Binoche in the new release 'A Thousand Times Goodnight'.
Jeremy Saulnier and Macon Blair on 'Blue Ruin'
Philip talks with director Jeremy Saulnier & actor Macon Blair about their life filming together & their film 'Blue Ruin'; which has catapulted them toward cinema success
Actress Celia Imrie on her career and 'The Love Punch'
Philip is wooed by actress Celia Imrie as she talks to him about her latest roles, from 'The Love Punch' to the 'Best Marigold Hotel' sequel, and the advantage of her age
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