A gray but dry London evening greets Xavier Dolan as he arrives for the London Film Festival gala screening of Mommy. The evening is a sharp contrast to most of Dolan’s films to date, defined as they are by a signature style, marrying contentious and emotional material to exuberant and sometimes-subversive filmmaking. Dolan arrives at ..
As the 58th London Film Festival draws to a close, Philip reports back on another selection of choice titles. Some you may want to choose to avoid, mind. As with any festival, the goodies on offer are a mixed bag. Dive in and see what you get! Pasolini (dir. Abel Ferrara) (Irish release ..
Philip Bagnall reports on an eclectic mix in our second report from this year’s London Film Festival. Warning: may contain 3D, life lessons and Reese Witherspoon. Goodbye To Language (Adieu Au Langage) (dir. Jean-Luc Godard) (Irish release date: TBC) He may no longer be an enfant, but 83-year-old Jean-Luc Godard is still capable ..
A look at the first day of the inaugural Sky Road Film & TV Festival, highlighting the great fare that is on show in Clifden this weekend
The 9th Dingle International Film Festival is now open for submissions. The festival will take place March 12th to 15th, 2015
Irish and international features and shorts to screen at The 5th Underground Cinema Film Festival, Dun Laoghaire, September 11th to 14th
There is something inherently powerful about John Hurt. A lot of it may be in the voice. His gravelly tones, somewhere between a rasp and a roar, have depicted power and distrust for decades. Now a little older, those marvellous intonations and informed pronunciations convey a great wisdom. All of this means the prospect of ..
Our man on the ground gives his Best of the Fest: London Film Festival 2013: Part II
Our man on the ground gives his Best of the Fest: London Film Festival 2013: Part I
Galway Film Fleadh launches 25th Anniversary Programme. The festival from from July 9th to 14th