A wandering loner tries to track down his estranged ex-partner and teenage daughter so that his dying father can see his grand-daughter one last time.
The 1913 Lockout occurred at a time when trade unionists, employers and politicians were beginning to debate the internationalism of capital and its consequences
‘Living in a Coded Land’ is a poetic and imaginative film essay that makes unexpected links between events and locations, history and contemporary life.
Shoestring-Budget Cork Titanic Tale to screen at Jameson Dublin International Film Festival.
Eliza Lynch – Queen of Paraguay is an epic story of hunger, war, wealth, of family, love, tragedy and loss.
Check out our previews of Irish films screening at this year’s Jameson Dublin International Film Festival, plus we chat to some of the filmmakers about their work.
A visual – and avowedly experimental – ‘film-poem’.
Following the success of his debut feature, ‘Savage’, director Brendan Muldowney returns to the screen with his new film, ‘Love Eternal’.
Set in contemporary Dublin, The Food Guide to Love is a comedy of romantic errors that charts the dysfunctional love between a Dublin food writer and the completely incompatible Spanish woman he falls for.
Critically acclaimed singer-songwriter Ronan Keating will attend the Irish premiere of his debut feature film at the Jameson Dublin International Film Festival 2014