Kate Dolan’s You Are Not My Mother to hit Irish cinemas on March 4th
Applications now open for third edition of Docs Ireland Marketplace
Critically acclaimed BELLE coming to Irish cinemas
Cannes 2021 – Jury Duty: A French perfumed Spike Lee joint
#Review – IFI Japanese Story – Kwaidan
France’s Academie des Lumières announces nominees for Les Prix Lumières
#Review: The King’s Man
#Review: The Matrix: Resurrections
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#Review: Clifford the Big Red Dog
Out tomorrow all across Ireland and starring Darby Camp, Jack Whitehall and Izaac Wang, Clifford the Big Red Dog is...
#Review: House of Gucci
Starring Lady Gaga and Adam Driver, House of Gucci follows Patrizia Reggiani (Lady Gaga) and her relationship with Maurizio Gucci...
#Review: Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings
It’s that time for the next film in Phase Four of the MCU. It’s time ladies and gentlemen for Shang-Chi...
#Review: Spider-Man: No Way Home
Out now in cinemas is the climax of the formative years of Spider-Man in the MCU. Starring Tom Holland, Zendaya,...
It’s that time once more, Marvel has released a new film and it’s all about a different type of superbeing....
#Review: Last Night in Soho
Last Night in Soho. It’s a strange film. Starring Thomasin McKenzie as Elle, audiences are treated to a bizarre haunted...
Coming to cinemas this Friday is Shorta. This film from first-time feature directors Anders Olholm and Frederik Louis Hiviid is...
#Review: Free Guy
In an open world MMORPG known as Free World, there is a guy known as Guy (Ryan Reynolds). Every day...
What’s your favourite scary movie? If you grew up in the 90s it might just be the horror Scream which...
#Review: Snake Eyes
Snake Eyes, he is to me an uninitiated of the G.I. Joe fandom the best character of the G.I. Joe...
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