This week’s reviews are smokin’.
Donnchadh and Richard are joined by Jonathan Victory to fantasise about pastries, dream about Jodorowsky and pocket soil.
The 26th Cork French Film Festival is in full fling with an exciting programme featuring the best in current French cinema. Emmet O’Brien sat down with festival director Paul Bloom to find out more about this year’s Gallic feast.
Early Irish Cinema: Relieving the Monotony of All Pictures: Variety Acts in Irish Cinemas, February 1915
Denis Condon explores how picture houses offered a variety of attractions in their programme 100 years ago.
A preview of Irish films screening at this year’s Jameson Dublin International Film Festival.
Set over the course of a year in Kilkenny, ‘Hot Water Bottle’ tells the story of Frank and Alice, a couple who broke up but struggle to stay broken up.
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Panel Discussion on Oscar-winning drama ‘Still Alice’ features voices of advocates living with dementia.
Jameson Dublin International Film Festival have announced that this year’s Picture House will host a selection of Irish and International shorts as part of the 2015 event.