Carol Morley's sophomore feature is a heady and eerie tale of burgeoning sexuality and the effects of institutionalization.
Perhaps more funny peculiar than funny ha-ha, Roy Andersson caps his existential comedy trilogy in his trademark style. Newcomers enter at their own risk.
Scannain podcast number 49 and this week Philip, Jason, and Niall discuss the Irish Box Office Top Ten, The Lobster and more Irish shorts at Cannes, big wins for Irish animation abroad, and animated shorts at the IFI. The new r...
Patrick's Day leads Irish winners at Celtic Media Festival, currently underway in Inverness.
Trailer for Jalmari Helander's Big Game, with Samuel L. Jackson as President of the United States. Out May 7th.
From May 16th to 20th Triskel Christchurch in Cork city will play host to Young Americans, a showcase of recent gems from American independent cinema.
The Avengers return in an exhilarating action spectacular that proves that keeping the band together is just not as much fun as getting them together.
Juliette Bonass has been chosen as one of 20 film producers for European Film Promotion's (EFP) Producers on the Move programme at the Cannes Film Festival.
Glassland is an emotionally-riveting example of modern Irish film, with outstanding performances and skillful direction bringing a tale of downtrodden souls to life.
Irish-Chinese co-production, Under The Dancing Stars, among record breaking Chinese deals at 2015 Beijing International Film Festival.
First image from John Michael McDonagh’s War On Everyone, starring Michael Peña, Alexander Skarsgård, Theo James, and David Wilmot.
An audience is required for a test screening of a new film on Friday April 24th at 11.30am sharp in Movies@Dundrum.