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427 articles available in total starting from 16/01/2003. Last article published on 15/07/2020.

Review: Here Are the Young Men

Review: Here Are the Young Men

Eoin Macken's drama is based on Rob Doyle's book of the same name and stars three charismatic leads, played by Dean-Charles Chapman, Finn Cole and Ferdia Walsh-Peelo  

15/07 | Galway 2020

Adil El Arbi, Bilall Fallah and Mathieu Mortelmans to direct Soil

Adil El Arbi, Bilall Fallah and Mathieu Mortelmans to direct Soil

The new series will premiere in Belgium on VIER and will be available on Netflix worldwide six months after the air date of the last episode  

13/07 | Production | Funding | Belgium/USA

Review: The 8th

Review: The 8th

The documentary, directed by trio Maeve O’Boyle, Lucy Kennedy and Aideen Kane, focuses on the recent “Repeal the 8th” campaign in Ireland and opened this year’s Galway Film Fleadh  

08/07 | Galway 2020

Series review: I May Destroy You

Series review: I May Destroy You

Michaela Coel writes, directs and stars in this incredible London-set drama series that takes a stunning look at consent and modern-day relationships in the aftermath of a sexual assault  

30/06 | Series | Reviews | UK/USA

Jivan Avetisyan’s Gate to Heaven ready for release

Jivan Avetisyan’s Gate to Heaven ready for release

The international war drama, co-produced by eight countries, will star Richard Sammel in the lead role  

19/06 | Production | Funding | Armenia/Lithuania/Germany/France/USA/Bulgaria/Czech Republic/Italy

Martin Scorsese reflects on isolation in his new short film

Martin Scorsese reflects on isolation in his new short film

Martin Scorsese reveals his lockdown anxiety and the fact that he has mostly spent isolation in a single room in a short made for BBC's Lockdown Culture with Mary Beard  

29/05 | Shorts | UK/USA

We Are One: A Global Film Festival announces its line-up

We Are One: A Global Film Festival announces its line-up

Tribeca Enterprises and YouTube have announced the programming slate for We Are One (29 May-7 June), featuring over 100 films from 35 countries, co-curated by 21 prolific festivals  

27/05 | Festivals | Awards | Europe/USA

Shady El-Hamus working on a new crime-comedy

Shady El-Hamus working on a new crime-comedy

The project, which is still untitled, follows the story of Richie Rich and his journey to becoming the greatest hip-hop artist in the Netherlands  

26/05 | Production | Funding | Netherlands/USA

Review: Never Rarely Sometimes Always

Review: Never Rarely Sometimes Always

The Berlin and Sundance award winner by Eliza Hittman is a loving tale of young female friendship that isn't afraid to tackle big themes  

12/05 | Films | Reviews | USA/UK

Review: Come to Daddy

Review: Come to Daddy

Chosen to open the 15th edition of the Haapsalu Horror and Fantasy Festival before it moved online, Ant Timpson’s directorial debut features one weird family reunion and fun facts about semen  

11/05 | HOFF 2020

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