“Roads? Where we’re going, we don’t need roads” James Bartlett reflects upon the Irish-built DeLorean that became one of the most iconic cars in automotive and film history.
Dublin Business School is presenting a series of special film lectures on February 23rd and March 2nd which will feature famed Hollywood cinematographer Nick McLean and prolific Irish author/film historian Wayne Byrne.
We take a look at the Irish films coming your way at this year’s festival.
Ciara Creedon takes time out from blood sacrificing to review the Irish-Belgian co-production ‘The Other Lamb’.
Shauna Fox heads into the great beyond,
Shauna Fox hops down front then doodles back.
Running from 3-14 March 2021, the Festival continues to bring the best of Irish film to audiences.
Irene Falvey follows Colin Broderick’s film in which Northern Irish writer Matt Donnelly returns home to Tyrone having not been back for 30 years, to face the ghosts of his past.
We take a look at some of the Irish films coming your way in 2021.
To round off the year, we chose some of our favourites from 2020.