“Locally sourced food was provided on-site by Katie Sanderson of Dillisk Project and Vicky Langan played records at the launch of the exceptional book of newly commissioned essays at Joyce's Pub on the Saturday evening. It was one of the many highlights of the weekend to listen to the music she played – the triumphant energy of Flower Travellin' Band, the mellifluous piano of Ethiopian nun Emahoy Tsegué-Mariam Guebrù, the chanty power of Philip Cohran, the disconsolate guttural sounds of Idea Fire Company's 'Open Sesame' etc. - in the context of a traditional Irish pub in the thick of the West of Ireland. As with the weekend as a whole, it brought out new dimensions of what wildness means: the potential it has to generate both euphoria and despondency, but also to bring about autonomy and release. Wild-screen was an important and memorable event, one that should happen again and soon."
Alice Butler reviewing Wild-screen 2015 for Enclave Review issue 13