Irene Falvey discovers the tale of two American women who went looking for love online and became the`new face in the war on terror’.
Aoife O’Ceallachain stays out of the water.
June Butler is at a crossroads.
Liam Hanlon checks out Alan Moloney’s film about a grimy warehouse in a corner of Dublin’s docklands that became a mecca for music and the arts.
Hugh Whelan was in town for Paddy Slattery’s crime thriller ‘Broken Law’, which premiered at the Dublin International Film Festival.
June Butler gives a snapshot of Ciara Nic Chormaic ‘s exploration of fashion photography as an artform through the work of internationally renowned photographer Perry Ogden.
Liam Hanlon was at the Dublin International Film Festival for Peter Mackie-Burns screen adaptation of Mark O’Halloran’s play Trade.
June Butler enters Kafka zone.
Aoife O’Ceallachain reviews When Women Won, Anna Rodgers’ film which tells the emotional inside story of the Together for Yes campaign to repeal the 8th amendment.
Irene Falvey was at the Dublin International Film festival for Vivienne Dick’s new film that contrasts the concerns of present day living in New York with the bohemian wildness of the city in the late 70s.