Estelle Epinoux is a Senior Lecturer at the Department of English in the Faculty of Arts at the University of Limoges, France. She is currently working on Irish cinema with a particular interest in aesthetics, history, identity, diaspora, space, territory and transnationalism. Her publications include La famille au cinéma, regards juridiques et esthétiques (2016), Rewriting in the 20th – 21st centuries: Aesthetic Choice or Political Act? (2014), and Cinemas of Ireland (2009).Frank Healy is a Lecturer in English for Academic Purposes at the University of La Rochelle, France. His current research focuses on the assimilation of both the Irish in Scotland and North Africans in France, and he is also involved in a research project examining the work of the contemporary Northern Irish playwright Owen McCafferty. He co-translated into French one of his plays, Mojo Mickybo (1998), which was premièred in French at the University of Tours in March 2012, and has been performed in various cities in France since then. He is currently co-translating Owen McCafferty’s Quietly (2012) into French.