On this episode, Emily interviews producer Adam Fogarty and rapper Karl Mangan, aka Mango & Mathman just before their gig at The Sound House, as part of a night celebrating the launch of the new Irish film Dublin Oldschool which they starred and performed in.
Leah Minto, the latest guest on Green Rebel, is a theatre and film actor from Dublin. Her latest role is in Dublin Oldschool, which was released nationwide this weekend. Directed by Dave Tynan and starring Emmet Kirwan and Ian Lloyd Anderson, it is rightfully described as one of the greatest Irish films of recent years. The film takes place over a drug-fuelled bank holiday weekend in Dublin. Lead character Jason, played by Emmet Kirwan reconnects with his estranged...
On this episode, we speak with Tony Kelly, an actor, writer, producer, and comedian. A dynamic talent from Waterford in Ireland he has the type of vision, determination, and drive which has resulted in him being asked to work at creative events on Broadway and beyond. He was recently the lead in Writing Home, an Irish feature film currently touring festivals worldwide.
On this episode, we speak with photographer Aoife Herrity. In the past five years, Aoife has become what she calls a "quiet" photographer, taking care to compose the perfect shot, filled with humanity and semiotics.
On the latest episode of Green Rebel, we talk with Irish comedian Bláithín de Burca. We delve into her life while covering a range of topics including her writing process, stand up performances, confidence issues and how to keep going in a tough industry.
On this shorter episode of Green Rebel, hosts Emily O'Callaghan and Irina Dzhambazova give a not so quick overview on what has been happening in their lives the past two months as they stepped away from the podcast (spoiler alert: it involves a baby, a car crash and a lot of comedy). They also offer a glimpse into the guests coming up this season and as a bonus share an important life lesson Emily's mother taught her but it never quite sunk in.
On this special Valentine’s Day episode, one host interviews the other. Emily O’Callaghan is the original green rebel. A scallywag, a hustler and an artist Emily has been searching for that which makes her heart skip since age 12.
Meet photographer Abe Neihum, a Libyan living in Ireland since 1996 whose story is incredibly fascinating. He discovered his passion for photography during college and would have gone on to pursue it had the Arab Spring not arisen in his native Libya. Join us to hear how he is slowly finding his way back to photography.
On the latest episode of Green Rebel, we talk with musician Jackie Hennessy. She is the producer of the upcoming documentary Making Waves, which tells the story of the Irish music scene and what makes it so special.
This week, we are speaking with horror film director and writer Conor MacMahon. Conor’s fascination with the horror movies originated after seeing audiences laugh and enjoy the goofy shorts he was making with his friends. It was also a way for him to deal with his own anxieties and worries. By the age of 16 he was determined to be a filmmaker and have his first feature by the age of 23. He achieved that with the horror comedy Dead Meat, the first ever horror to be funded by the Irish Film...
Frankie Gaffney, writer and activist was our guest for Episode 2 of Green Rebel. He speaks passionately to us on subjects close to his heart such as dialects, reading books, creating art, class equality, the curse of social media, and writing his first book, Dublin 7.