This is the first Ethiopian film to get a theatrical release in Ireland. Do try to get along so that it won’t be the last

How is that a film by a director as significant as Gregg Araki ends up with such a tiny release? And an excellent film, at that?

Julianne Moore in Still Alice, the role for which she won the Oscar for Best Actress in February

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Unspeakably powerful: newcomer Sameena Jabeen Ahmed in Daniel and Matthew Wolfe’s Catch Me Daddy

A landscape of monstrous beauty finds new voice in brothers Daniel and Matthew Wolfe’s tremendous tale of doomed romance

The fright stuff: Maika Monroe in It Follows

Monroe shines in new chiller It Follows, a psychological horror about a sexually transmitted murderous ghost

A swerve towards the apocalyptic: Zsófia Psotta in White God

Disney meets Hitchcock in Kornél Mundruczó's beautifully calibrated, immaculately acted Cannes winner

Back in action: Brian Littrell, Nick Carter, Kevin Richardson AJ McLean and Howie Dorough

McLean joins fellow Backstreet Boys Howie, Nick, Kevin and Brian in new tell-all documentary Show ‘Em What You’re Made Of

In the 1990s, the Backstreet Boys toured non-stop, burned out and developed various addictions. Now they’re older, wiser and rea(...)

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