Charity screening of Donbass – Light House Cinema – May 16th
Fremantle acquire majority stake in Irish production company Element Pictures
Applications are open for the 2022 Docs Ireland Marketplace
#Review: In Front of Your Face – East Asia Film Festival 2022
Scannain reports from Les Prix Lumières – the French international press awards
Cannes 2021 – Jury Duty: A French perfumed Spike Lee joint
Review: Top Gun: Maverick
#Review: An Cailín Ciúin
#Review: Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness
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#Review: Once Upon A Time In Hollywood
With a dynamite DiCaprio and Pitt, ever-dazzling dialogue, and genuine affection for its characters, this is Tarantino's best film since Jackie Brown.
#Review: Papi Chulo (BFI London Film Festival)
Papi Chulo sidesteps culture clash clichés, thanks to a sweetly funny script and game performances from Matt Bomer and Alejandro Patiño.
Despite a great cast and style to spare, Pablo Larraín’s Neruda is too playful and aloof to send the poet's work flying off the shelf.
#Review: T2 Trainspotting
Despite some laughs and the return of the original cast, T2 Trainspotting is too belated a follow-up to maintain the original film's energy or bite.
Suspiria may not achieve its loftiest ambitions, but it is a uniquely heady and disturbing remake, driven by a game cast and excellent design.
#Review: First Reformed
With a career-best turn from Ethan Hawke, Paul Schrader's finest film in 30 years ably and brilliantly posits some very deep questions of faith, and demands its audience seek some answers.
#Interview: Scannain Talks Free Fire with the cast and director Ben Wheatley
Scannain chats about Fire Fire with director Ben Wheatley and stars Armie Hammer, Sharlto Copley and Jack Reynor. Free Fire is in cinemas now.
#Review: The Favourite (BFI London Film Festival)
With three marvellous leads and a stunning look, Yorgos Lanthimos' finest feature yet is intelligent, quick-witted and monstrously funny.
#Review: Phantom Thread
Paul Thomas Anderson's typically deep and sharp script and direction are married to stunning performances to deliver an intoxicating probe of the cost of love.
#Review: Toni Erdmann
With game performances and a deft directorial hand, Toni Erdmann is a testament to parental love and wisdom, and it's the funniest film of the year to boot.
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