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Films / Ireland

Review: Lost & Found

Review: Lost & Found

Liam O Mochain's third feature, based on a number of true stories, explores the bizarre world of a lost-and-found office at an Irish train station  

17/07 | Films | Ireland

Review: The Belly of the Whale

Review: The Belly of the Whale

Morgan Bushe’s debut feature, which echoes the best American indie films, is certainly promising and lays the foundations for his directorial career  

16/07 | Films | Ireland/UK/Croatia/Slovenia

Review: Captain Morten and the Spider Queen

Review: Captain Morten and the Spider Queen

Two Estonian and one Irish director have teamed up for this stop-motion animation feature that has just had its world premiere at Animafest Zagreb  

07/06 | Films | Estonia/Ireland/Belgium/UK

A Dark Song: A chamber (piece) of horrors

A Dark Song: A chamber (piece) of horrors

The debut feature by Ireland's Liam Gavin is a clever and engrossing psychological horror with shades of Ben Wheatley  

07/04/2017 | Films | Ireland

Glenn Close in disguise in Albert Nobbs

Glenn Close in disguise in Albert Nobbs

An important event. The yearly masquerade ball at the Morrison’s Hotel in late 19th century Dublin. Guests dance, drink and have fun. The impeccable staff are concentrated on their work. Doctor...  

02/02/2012 | Films | Ireland

The Guard, a buddy movie full of laughs

The Guard, a buddy movie full of laughs

With the ugly title Un poliziotto da happy hour (the original is The Guard) a comical thriller set on the Irish West coast comes out on Italian screens. "Comical thriller" is already an oxymoron...  

25/10/2011 | Films | Ireland | UK

Pavee Lackeen Goes To Toronto

The feature film debut of acclaimed photographer Perry Ogden, Pavee Lackeen, has been selected to screen as one of the six films in the Discovery Section of the upcoming Toronto International Film...  

05/07/2005 | Films | Ireland

Inside, O’Donnell’s Dancing

The award-winning Irish director, Damien O’Donnell, (East is East, Heartlands) is to make his next film entitled Inside I’m Dancing, in his home town of Dublin this September. Written by Jeffrey...  

30/05/2003 | Films | Ireland

The Real Thing becomes Cowboys and Angels

The Irish/German/UK co-production, The Real Thing has changed its name to Cowboys & Angels, following test screenings suggesting that the new title would be more appealing to a younger and wider...  

17/04/2003 | Films | Ireland

Irish film in competition at Sundance

Aisling Walsh’s Song For a Raggy Boy, the true story of one man’s courage to stand up and fight the tough fascist regime in a boys Irish Reformatory school in 1939 has been selected as a...  

05/12/2002 | Films | Ireland