Podcasting Them Softly is beyond excited to present a conversation with filmmaker, actor, and teacher Terry McMahon! Terry‘s two feature films, Charlie Casanova and Patrick’s Day, are some of the best pieces of cinema to come out of Ireland in recent years, with Patrick’s Day making a big splash over the last two years as both a brilliant piece of cinema and enduring conversation piece. Terry‘s a filmmaker who is interested in society, people, and how we all relate and communicate with one another, and his keen eye and sharp voice can be seen and heard in everything he does. An actor, producer, writer, and director, Terry is a true talent, which was solidified when Patrick’s Day, which premiered at the 2014 South By Southwest Film Festival, was nominated for 9 Irish Film and Television Awards, and winning three, for Best Screenplay, Best Sound, and Best Actor for Moe Dunford. Terry also made an appearance in Christopher Nolan’s Batman Begins, and serves as an acting coach for Dublin-based performers. We hope you enjoy this informative, passionate, and humorous chat with one of the biggest personalities that we’ve had the pleasure of speaking with thus far!