Nudity, Satan, ass-kissing, torture, cat faeces, black Masses, demon births – of course… it’s 1922.
Ivan Kavanagh’s ‘Tin Can Man’ was probably responsible for more than few of the audience nightmare-filled sleeps after it screened on Sunday night as part of the Jameson Dublin International Film Festival 2012.
The Jameson Dublin International Film Festival 2012 presented Desmond Bell’s ambitious dramatization of the life of the Irish republican socialist Frank Ryan.
Aki Kaurismäki ‘Le Havre’ screened on Sunday as part of the Jameson Dublin International Film Festival 2012.
Michelle Cunningham on the beautifully made, well-told and shockingly recent story of Claudiu Crulic, which screened as part of JDIFF 2012’s Real to Reel section.
The absorbing Irish documentary ‘Apples of The Golan’ played at Cineworld on Saturday afternoon.