Ari Folman has followed up his Oscar-nominated Waltz with Bashir with an even more extraordinary piece of work – “We’re going to break your mind. You’re going to enjoy it”
Amid the highly politicised and increasingly nasty debate about ‘border security’ in the US, a new documentary sets itself a vital task: to put a human face on the tragedy
It all began when a young Jimi Hendrix enquired: “Are you Jewish? You should become a manager.” Five decades later, Shep Gordon has few regrets as he looks back on one of the most successful careers in rock’n’roll
As an original member of John Waters’ gang, Mink Stole was there at the beginning. Alongside was Harris Glenn Milstead, a quiet young man who would soon become Time Magazine’s Drag Queen of the Century . . . and an icon for oddballs everywhere
An intriguing documentary sets out to discover who the acclaimed street photographer and enigma really was
The Living Room, a 2007 film about Meadows’s singer friend, will be screened ahead of an upcoming Dublin gig. It shares something with the director’s film about the Stone Roses
There are at least half a dozen Irish films worthy of hearty praise this year, so why are Irish film-makers so dark of mood?
It’s a long way from the hills of Wicklow to the heights of Hollywood, and Jack Reynor has made the trip in just two short years. Megastardom awaits, but the Transformers star is keeping his feet firmly on the ground
Jon Favreau’s latest movie has a stellar support cast including Dustin Hoffman, Sofía Vergara, Robert Downey Jr, Scarlett Johannssen and some awesome food
Boyhood is like no other film you’ve seen. Shot over 12 years, it chronicles the life of one Texan boy from six to18. ‘We were making a period film in the present tense,’ says Austin-based director Richard Linklater
Todd Yellin talks about how his company strives to individualise content in order to give us what we want
In the film God Help the Girl, three teenage misfits cross paths in Glasgow, agree that music is their salvation and form a band. So far, so Stuart Murdoch, who took a break from his real-life band to make his directorial debut
Raised in Colombia and Portugal, amongst other places, Pollyanna McIntosh is a true child of the world – but she also resolutely Scottish and proud of it
America Ferrrera won us over as the meek, perpetually put-upon ‘Ugly’ Betty – but she much prefers playing kick-ass characters and strong female roles. The star of How to Train Your Dragon 2 exchanges some star-spangled banter with Tara Brady
Diego Quemada-Díez’s heartbreaking film about Guatemalan youngsters who journey to LA studies the interconnectedness of human beings. The director’s mentor, Ken Loach, would be proud
Keating’s Aussie musical among the movies steamrolled by the Brendan O’Carroll juggernaut
If this post were a musical it would be Les Quizerables.
The trailer for the adaptation of E L James's mucky book is with us. But do we care?