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651 articles available in total starting from 19/06/2002. Last article published on 18/11/2020.

Jim Sheridan prepping documentary series Murder at the Cottage

Jim Sheridan prepping documentary series Murder at the Cottage

The Irish playwright and filmmaker’s new project delves into the murder of television producer Sophie Toscan du Plantier in West Cork  

18/11 | Production | Funding | Ireland/UK

Carlo Lavagna • Director of Shadows

Interview: Carlo Lavagna • Director of Shadows

“Directors must showcase their original visions in genre films”

Carlo Lavagna’s second feature film Shadows is a tense psychological thriller shot in English, which is now available on Italian VOD platforms  

17/11 | /Italy/Ireland

The 65th Cork International Film Festival announces its award winners

The 65th Cork International Film Festival announces its award winners

The D’Innocenzo brothers’ Bad Tales has snagged the Spirit of the Festival Award, whilst Estephan Wagner and Marianne Hougen-Moraga’s Songs of Repression was crowned Best Documentary  

16/11 | Festivals | Awards | Ireland

Review: Castro’s Spies

Review: Castro’s Spies

Irish filmmakers Gary Lennon and Ollie Aslin deliver an informative and engaging documentary on the Cuban Five, a group of top-notch spies operating in 1990s Miami  

13/11 | Films | Reviews | Ireland

Review: The Bright Side

Review: The Bright Side

Ruth Meehan’s film is a pleasant dramedy, rich in brilliant moments and able to treat a delicate topic with depth and courage  

10/11 | Films | Reviews | Ireland

Brendan Muldowney’s horror The Cellar to start filming soon in Ireland

Brendan Muldowney’s horror The Cellar to start filming soon in Ireland

The Irish-Belgian co-production, set to begin shooting in Roscommon this month, will star Eoin Macken and Elisha Cuthbert in the main cast  

05/11 | Production | Funding | Ireland/Belgium

Review: Shadows

Review: Shadows

Carlo Lavagna’s second feature lacks punch and offers a largely predictable story  

27/10 | Rome 2020

Cathy Brady • Director of Wildfire

Interview: Cathy Brady • Director of Wildfire

"My intention was not to make a political film"

We sat down with two-time IFTA winner Cathy Brady to find out more about her feature debut, Wildfire  

20/10 | London 2020

Review: Boys from County Hell

Review: Boys from County Hell

In Chris Baugh’s film, the bar is packed with local weirdos who con unscrupulous tourists wishing to pay a visit to the legendary tomb of a local vampire. Fancy a pint?  

20/10 | Sitges 2020

IFTA awards the best productions and talents of the 2019/2020 season

IFTA awards the best productions and talents of the 2019/2020 season

After a one-year break and the subsequent reorganisation of the body, this year’s edition saw the triumph of Lance Daly's Black '47 and Lisa Barros D'Sa's Ordinary Day  

19/10 | Festivals | Awards | Ireland

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