Jul 14, 2015 By Cody Ray Shafer

The Galway Film Fleadh is now behind us, and it is time to look back and recognize the unique talent that filmmakers brought to this rich and exciting festival. More

Jul 11, 2015 By Cody Ray Shafer

Though the Fleadh is well known for attracting a wide array of international features and filmmakers, it is also a celebration of Irish filmmakers, culture, and history. This was especially apparent today, as the films featured explored Ireland’s rich history, and offered optimistic perspectives about the future. More

Jul 10, 2015 By Cody Ray Shafer

The 27th annual Galway Film Fleadh is well underway, and that means the festival has settled from the initial anticipation, and a smooth order has taken over. More

Jul 09, 2015 By Cody Ray Shafer

It is 3 a.m. and I am finally getting home, courtesy of a Portuguese film producer who offered to pay for my cab. When I log into Facebook, I find my likeness has made it into a comic strip describing a scene from earlier that day. That is the essence of Galway, a city that draws creativity for creativity’s sake. The Fleadh prides itself on hosting an atmosphere where filmmakers and artists make connections. More

Jul 08, 2015 By Cody Ray Shafer

The west coast of Ireland isn’t typically known as a prime summer vacation destination, but for a few weeks in July, the cool breeze and lush Atlantic views are surprisingly appealing. Galway is a medieval harbor city well-known for attracting a diverse culture of artists and home the Galway Film Fleadh, an Irish film festival now in its twenty-seventh year. More

Jun 26, 2015 By Barði Jóhannsson Web Exclusive

A song is a chance overlapping of countless variables in an artist's life. Anatomy of a Song is a place where those variables can be dissected and examined. In this edition, Barði Jóhannsson (aka Bang Gang) discusses the track "My Special One" from his new album, The Wolves are Whispering, which was released this week on Bang Ehf.   More

Jun 22, 2015 By Paul Bridgewater

Now in its 36th year, the largest annual celebration of jazz (and beyond) in the world returns later this week for two weeks of amazing music in downtown Montréal. More

Jun 09, 2015 By Jeremy Warmsley Web Exclusive

Food, much like music, is a common and personal thread we all share. Our recurring guest feature I Can Cook, Too spotlights artist-submitted recipes and the stories behind them. This installment features a recipe from Summer Camp multi-instrumentalist Jeremy Warmsley. More

Jun 08, 2015 By Jeremy Nisen

Cartozia Tales, a glorious mash-up of fantasy stories designed around the exploration an increasingly fleshed-out world map, is on the verge of publishing its seventh issue of a planned ten. In anticipation of that seventh issue coming out, series editor Isaac Cates has been offering fans and potential readers some insight into how the series is put together, and spotlighting some of its talented contributors. More