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
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#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: The Sisters Brothers
The Sisters Brothers is a unique film filled with impressive performances from its intimate cast set to a darkly comedic backdrop.
#Review: How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World
From the comedic moments to the more intimate emotional ones this final chapter of How to Train Your Dragon is emotional
#Review: Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again
Mamma Mia is an absolutely brilliant film filled with heart, great musical performances, and a surprisingly touching story
Abominable is a brilliant film. It's got some originality issues but nothing that the stunning animation and charming cast.
With an intimate and compelling cast, thrilling score, and nerve-wracking cinematography Us is a film that will stay with you as you lie in your bed trying desperately to rest easy.
Halloween is a hell of a good time. It's intense, gory and at times emotional. Just don't expect it to be something especially original.
Greta is a bonkers film about a bonkers character which has a load of issues, but one that is a ton of fun.
#Review: Boy Erased
Boy Erased is a potent and emotional film brought to startling life by an incredible cast.
#Review: First Man
First Man is a surprisingly melancholy film. Damien Chazelle captures the character that was Neil Armstrong.
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