Irish film-maker Aislinn Clarke on her new horror The Devil's Doorway

Irish film-maker Aislinn Clarke chats to David Roy about her new horror movie The Devil's Doorway, which gets its northern premiere at QFT Belfast next week. The Dundalk-born writer/director and former QFT usher explains why she's looking forward to screening her debut feature during the cinema's ongoing 50th birthday celebrations

Aislinn Clarke, the first Irishwoman to write and direct a feature-length horror movie, at the Queen's Film Theatre, Belfast, where she used to be an usher. Picture by Mark Marlow
THE Devil's Doorway is a piece of movie history: Dundalk-born Aislinn Clarke's stylishly executed feature debut is the first horror film to be written and directed by an Irishwoman. En[...]

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