Tom Crowley controls the spices
Michael Lee’s thoughts on Wes Anderson’s latest film are hot off the presses.
Phoebe Moore applies feathering to Rachel Carey’s debut feature Deadly Cuts.
Shaken but not stirred, Gemma Creagh takes a look at Daniel Craig’s last outing as Bond in No Time to Die.
Seán Crosson ventures out among yonder hills to find Tom Cosgrove’s horror film.
June Butler reviews Maurice O’Carroll’s film ‘Mountrath Unlocked’ about a town that drew on its community spirit of old in times of trouble.
Brian Ó Tiomáin reviews Michael McCormack’s documentary on Fergus O’Farrell, the charismatic voice of Interference, one of the most influential bands on the Irish music scene in the ‘80s and ‘90s.
Shauna Fox weilds her tremedous powers.
Seán Crosson braves the wild mountains of Connemara to review Seán Breathnach’s story of friendless and guileless recluse John Cunliffe who is suddenly propelled into manhood at the ripe old age of 28.
Sarah Cullen celebrates Clare Dunne and Malcolm Campbell’s drama about young mother Sandra who escapes her abusive husband and fights back against a broken housing system.