- "The Russian LGBT Rights Documentary Everybody Should Watch": as the Sochi Winter Olympic Games go ahead as planned, I take a look at what the harrowing Mr. Propaganda has to say about the passive enabling of participation.
Celluloid Heroes Radio
- "Feel Like I've Been Here Before: Hollywood and the Horror Remake": a really-quite-cross lamentation of the automation of Hollywood's horror remakes and a yearning for more appreciation of originality in the genre.
- "Guarding a Nation: The Irish Stereotype in Cinema": on the disturbing portrait of Ireland the 2011 film The Guard paints, and how its disparaging picture of rurality has been better handled in other films from the country.
- "Blurred Lines: Claire Simon's 'Gare du Nord' and 'Human Geography' Challenge the Boundaries Between Fiction and Doc": from the 2013 Locarno Film Festival, a comparison of two features—one narrative, one documentary—shot by the same director in the same location, and what they say about the distinctions between the modes.
- "Corneliu's Comic Catharsis: 'When Evening Falls on Bucharest' Looks Back With Laughter": from the 2013 Locarno Film Festival, an evaluation of the cathartic value of comedy to the Romanian New Wave, in light of Corneliu Porumboiu's When Evening Falls on Bucharest or Metabolism.
- "Egoism and Eternity in What Now? Remind Me and The Dirties": from the 2013 Locarno Film Festival, a contrast of the use of the immortal potentiality of the camera in a found-footage fiction feature and a documentary autobiography.
- "We Had a Good Run, The Festival Fete for Paulo Rocha": a consideration of little-known Portuguese director Paulo Rocha, whose debut and swansong were separated by fifty years, and a lifetime of stylistic change.
Fred Film Radio
- "Interview: Nontawat Numbenchapol, By the River": an audio interview with the Filipino director on the subject of his first feature.
- "How the Arab Spring Changed the Arab Screen and Why You Need to Start Paying Attention": from the 2013 Abu Dhabi Film Festival, a consideration of the new Arab films screening across the competition slates alongside the showcased programme of great Arab debuts, and what their shared characteristics say about Arab cinema in the wake of revolution.
- "Palestinian Actress/Filmmaker Hiam Abbass Talks Politics and Integrity at Abu Dhabi Film Festival": rather self-explanatory, don't you think? A star-stuck experience pour moi, to say the least.
- "Why 2013 Was a Banner Year for Documentaries, and 2014 Looks Even Better": a case for the year that gave us The Act of Killing and Cutie and the Boxer as the year we started to notice that, hey!, documentaries can be movies too!
- "Why Greek Cinema Is Invading Ireland": with the first major Hibernio-Hellenic co-production set to shoot in 2014, here's a look at what the Irish and Greek films at the Dublin Film Festival have to say about the unlikely ties between the countries' cinemas.
- "Why 'It's Like a 13-Hour Movie' Fails to Do Justice to Great TV": in the wake of Kevin Spacey's keynote address at the Edinburgh Television Festival, a consideration of that medium's ontological identity, and why the idea that "the labels are useless" is useless itself.
- "Why Television Has Latched Onto The Role of the Vice President, From 'House of Cards' to 'Scandal' and 'Veep'": Kevin providing me with material again, this time as my mind wandered in the midst of House of Cards season two binging to the relative extremes of political outlook that show and Veep represent.
- "Why You Need to Start Paying Attention to Irish Cinema": ahead of the third annual Irish Film NY festival, an evaluation of the changing tides of the Irish film industry, and the underlying reasons for them.
- "An Introduction to Michael Haneke": just what it says on the tin; an introductory overview to my series of retrospective reviews on the great Austrian director.
- "Douglas Trumbull Masterclass Report": an anecdotal appreciation of the uncanny charm of one of cinema's great visual effects pioneers, from his frankly funny masterclass at the 2013 Locarno Film Festival.
- "Made in Canada Interview: Sara St. Onge": a discussion with the director of Molly Maxwell on notions of autobiography, female protagonists and filmmakers, and more.
- "This Week on Demand: 07/04/2013": the first anniversary of my weekly Netflix column coincides with the untimely passing of Roger Ebert, making for a personal reflection on his influence upon me and my writing.
- "This Week on Demand: House of Cards (Part 2)": an analysis of the impact of Netflix's move into original programming, and what that shift says about the state of the television industry today.
- "This Year on Demand: 2013": a bumper list of 2013 releases available to stream on Netflix, as covered under the weekly column's auspices through the year.
- "Short Term 12 Press Conference Report": a news piece covering director Destin Cretton and star Brie Larson's answers to questions on their Locarno award-winning effort.
- "Japanese Film Festival Comes to Galway": a short overview of the fourth annual Access Cinema Japanese Film Festival on the occassion of its arrival in Galway, showcasing films such as Kabei, Our Mother and Tekken: Blood Vengeance.
- "Cine-files: Triskel Christchurch, Cork": an appreciation of my home town's art house cinema, a one-screen venue located in a deconsecrated church.