Director Jim Sheridan: ‘Cinema is kill, kill, kill’

by Peter D. Marshall

by Tara Brady.

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It’s midmorning at Windmill Lane Studios and Jim Sheridan – six-time Oscar nominee and recent septuagenarian – has taken a break from his Dublin postproduction duties on The Secret Scripture, his big-screen adaptation of Sebastian Barry’s 2008 novel, starring The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo’s Rooney Mara and Divergent’s Theo James.

He likes and admires Barry as a person and a writer, he says. That’s something of a theme with Sheridan; he speaks equally highly of Eoin Colfer, with whom he wrote a screen adaptation of Artemis Fowl (“the nicest guy you’ll ever meet”), John Boorman (“I’ve always felt I should emulate him, because he is such a good and decent man”), his brother Peter Sheridan (“I hope I’m thought of half as warmly as he is”) and any number of his old collaborators and muckers.

Read the rest of this article from Irish Times.

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