Film-maker Donal Foreman is hot property right now, thanks to the buzz surrounding his debut feature Out of Here - Irish cinema's first real grapple with post-boom youth culture
The Mad Men star on singing with The Jesus and Mary Chain, her new Irish movie Standby, and being constantly badgered for spoilers about the hit TV series
‘A bleak portrait of the end of a pocket empire’. Writer Colin Murphy and producer John Kelleher tell Donald Clarke about bringing the story of the most expensive bank bailout in history to the big screen
All-round yank David Ayer talks South Central LA, navy discipline and true-grit cinema with Tara Brady. And what if he hadn’t become a director?“A betting man would have said dead or in prison.”
Australian writer-director Jennifer Kent has created a truly sinister slice of cinema with her debut movie ‘The Babadook’. ‘For me, the entry point was the idea of facing the unfaceable,’ she tellsTara Brady
Grandpa Francis may have lit the spark, but director Gia Coppola takes most of the inspiration for her debut film from the writing of good friend James Franco, she tellsDonald Clarke
Even at 21, Will Poulter works hard at being the best thing in every picture he makes, writes Donald Clarke
School’s a challenge, Twitter’s a minefield and growing up in public is no picnic. But Games of Thrones star Maisie Williams wears her adolescent fury well
Robert Downey Jr is currently on a magical mystery press tour ahead of the release of The Judge. Of course he is . . .
Sam Reid seems to have a monopoly on posh English parts. A soldiering stint is next for the Australian actor
Noted gloom merchant David Fincher has adapted the popcorn-ready bestseller ‘Gone Girl’. The grim result? ‘A very realistic view of marriage’
The Northern Irish set of Universal’s latest take on a horror legend seems to hark back more to a place called Westeros than to 15th-century Romania
Can Denzel Washington really be about to turn 60? He came late to film but he’s already built up a fine legacy
Recent scandals haven’t dimmed Woody Allen’s enthusiasm for making films – though he doesn’t understand why people still want to watch them
On the eve of the release of the documentary ‘20,000 Days on Earth’, Nick Cave talks life, music and his Aussie sense of humour
For the night that's in it, we present James Whale's peerless 1932 horror classic.
OOO! OOO! It's Halloween. You know what that means. We forgot to do a horror special, again.