ItemSaudade in the City: Kevin Barry’s City of Bohane(SAHKartell, 2017) Darragh, LaoiseSet 40 years in the future, the once great city of Bohane on the west coast of Ireland is in terminal decline, with vice and tribal splits rife. Logan Hartnett, godfather of the Hartnett Fancy gang has been in charge but his nemesis has arrived back in town, his henchmen are becoming ambitious, his wife wants him to give it all up and go straight and, he has his mother to contend with. ISBN: 9780099549154 ItemAnimalia(SAHKartell, 2017) Toner, IanA fast-paced, dark comedy about Danielle and Sarah who used to be best friends when they were kids. But they’re not kids anymore. Because they’re 11. Caught on the precipice of adulthood, two very different girls try to navigate the complex and terrifying political minefield that is the school playground, a world occupied by kids who don’t know any better and adults who really should. In doing so they find solace in an unexpected source - each other. A comic story about friendship, betrayal, loneliness, little break, big break, heartbreak, bike chasing and Penguins (the biscuit, not the flightless amphibian bird). ItemThe Making of Tomato Red: An Interview with Director Juanita Wilson(SAHKartell, 2017) Wilson, Juanita; Buggle, JaneJuanita Wilson is a Dublin-based Film Director and Writer. In 2008, she was nominated for an Academy Award for her short film, The Door, which went on to win the IFTA Award for Best Short Film. She was awarded the prestigious Katrin Cartlidge Foundation Bursary at the Sarajevo Film Festival in 2009. Juanita’s first feature, As If I Am Not There, adapted from the work by Slavenka Drakulic, won the IFTA Awards for Best Film, Best Director and Best Film Script in 2011. She was selected by Variety as one of the Ten Directors to Watch in 2011. She developed and produced Inside I’m Dancing (2004) and H3 (2001). Juanita’s latest film is Tomato Red, based on the novel by Daniel Woodrell. ItemIn Conversation with Jim Sheridan(SAHKartell, 2017) Sheridan, Jim; Murphy, Conor; Taylor, Barnaby; Benedict, StephenOn 9th February 2016 SAH Journal was privileged to host a public interview with arguably Ireland’s most successful filmmaker, Jim Sheridan. Born in 1949, Jim Sheridan grew up in family of social and artistic activists in the Sheriff Street area of Dublin’s inner city. He studied at University College Dublin and worked with an emerging generation of writers, performers and theatre makers. He was instrumental in the establishment of the Project Arts Centre and he occupies a central position among a group of artists who have left an indelible mark on the creative and cultural life of Ireland over the past 40 years. Sheridan left Dublin for Canada and then the United States in the early 1980s and became the artistic director at the Irish Arts Center in New York. Following a course in film production at the NYU Tisch School of the Arts, he returned to Dublin and became quickly involved in the burgeoning Irish film industry. The global impact of his debut feature film My Left Foot (1989) marked the beginning of a uniquely successful career as one of the outstanding Irish filmmakers on the international scene. This impact has continued to the present day with the international release of The Secret Scripture (2016). To coincide with the release of his latest feature film, SAH is delighted to publish an edited transcript of the stimulating conversation held at Dublin’s Filmbase between a number of film lecturers and Jim Sheridan.