Irish film Wolf to world premiere at 2021 Toronto International Film Festival
48 Hour Challenge celebrates 5 Years and opens call for filmmakers
New Irish sales and finance company, Studio Atlantic, launched
Cannes 2021 – Jury Duty: A French perfumed Spike Lee joint
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France’s Academie des Lumières announces nominees for Les Prix Lumières
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#Review: Call Me By Your Name
Call Me By Your Name excels as a love story because it shows us all the many facets of what makes love so wonderful, magical, and devastating.
It has style and fine performances, but Miles Ahead tries too hard to overcome its biopic limitations, with limited success
#Review: Miss Sloane
Miss Sloane is a brilliant film, filled with sensational dialogue, terrific characters and a backdrop that will attract everyone to the cinema to revel in the devilish nature of its lead character.
Competition: Trumbo – Win one of 5 books and a signed poster
With thanks to Entertainment One we have 5 copies of the book and a signed poster to give away for their new release Trumbo.
#Review: Doctor Strange
Stunning and visually dizzying Marvel's Doctor Strange is equal parts impressive and frustrating, a superhero franchise with potential, but unfulfilled.
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Silver Screen Reflections – A Serious Man
Joel and Ethan Coen, fresh off their Academy Award winning No Country for Old Men, return to the silver screen...
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