‘Spectre’, starring Daniel Craig and Monica Bellucci, is set to be released in October
‘The Imitation Game’ and ‘Selma’ have both been scrutinised for historical accuracy. Is it fair to expect film-makers to stick to the unvarnished truth?
How on Earth did Kenneth Branagh, Shakespearean protectorate, suddenly become a director of Hollywood blockbusters?
Alain Resnais’ final film displays a joie de vivre that remained with the director to the end
And Dior himself comes across like a suburban golfer taking a weekend jaunt to the hardware store
Arthouse cinema doesn’t get more accessible than this zany anthology film
Latest effort from Etan Cohen takes a while to warm up
Julianne Moore could learn a thing or two from her co-star Jeff Bridges
With ‘Wild Tales’ Argentinian director Damián Szifron has singlehandedly revived the often ignored art of the portmanteau film. The secret is to have just one person making the whole thing, he says
Unironic simplicity. Gentle familiarity. No 3D. Kenneth Branagh’s step back in time to Disney’s heyday may just be the great leap forward we’ve been waiting for Hollywood to take
Absorbent and yellow and porous is he still, our hero returns to battle scurvy fast-food pirate Burger Beard
Irish film-maker Ruairí Robinson’s latest project 'The Leviathan' has been picked up by X-Men writer and producer Simon Kinberg and Chappie director Neill Blomkamp
Marjane Satrapi has directed an almost indescribable film that oscillates between horror and comedy. It is a strange mixture of Hollywood sheen with a rare moral complexity
A day in the life of an Indian silk weaver
In Irish cinemas from Friday, March 27
We observe the goings on, talk to a panda and chew fat with the veteran Bond producers
The Tribe, Glassland and cinematographer Piers McGrail all take gongs at the Jameson Dublin International Film Festival
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