The Lobster, filmed in Kerry, set in a dystopian world where single people are sent to a hotel and given 45 days to find a partner. Colin Farrell and Rachel Weisz head an all-star cast.
This week, Tara reviews Sundance hit Me and Earl and the Dying Girl, and Donald reviews, the only slightly racist, No Escape. Plus, who made the billions in this summers box office.
Norway's Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra, which claims to be one of the world’s oldest orchestras, made its Irish debut at the National Concert Hall on August 28th.
For the first time in its 11-year history, the Electric Picnic will have more than 50,000 people on site at Stradbally, Co Laois. We have a tour of the site before it opens on Friday morning.
Donald and Tara give us their top movie choices from the last month, while warning us away from a couple of stinkers.
Some of the events of the week captured by Irish Times photographers.
Heritage Week runs until the 30th of August with a huge variety of talks and events on across the country. This Sunday the OPW are allowing free access to most of their sites across the country.
This week, Donald reviews NWA biopic Straight Outta Compton, and Tara reviews relationship drama 45 Years. Plus, the best and worst films of August.
Watch the trailer for Banksy's theme park art installation, Dismaland, in Weston-Super-Mare. Just don't expect spinning teacups and candy floss.
A video released by St Patrick’s Cathedral in Dublin offers stunning views of the cathedral’s interior as captured by a drone. The footage is paired with an arrangement of ‘In Dublin’s Fair City’ performed by the Choristers of St Patrick’s Cathedral.
Graffiti artist Banksy unveils his latest project - "Dismaland", a "bemusement park" filled with political and post-modern artwork.
As awards season fast approaches, Donald Clarke discusses how streaming video apps are trying to get in on the act, while leaving us without creditable films at the multiplex.
This week, Tara reviews The Wolfpack, an astonishing documentary about six brothers raised in captivity, and Donald reviews Paper Towns, the latest adaptation of a John Green novel. Plus, Donald reveals "the greatest threat to cinema today".
Very few films these days receive an 18 certificate. Donald Clarke discusses the themes that still raise alarm bells.
The stars of new comedy Trainwreck, written by Amy Schumer and directed by Judd Apatow, were in Dublin this evening for the film's Irish premiere, screened in association the Dublin International Film Festival, running February 18th-28th 2016.
Artist Mick O’Dea at work in a 'pop-up' studio in Stephens Barracks, Kilkenny where he painted portraits of Kilkenny Arts Festival performers and also recorded some of the festival’s concerts and events. Video: Bryan O'Brien
The highlight of the Yeats2015 calendar: Yeats Day was celebrated over four days across Sligo this June, marking 150 years since the poet’s birth on June 13th in 1865. Video: Peter Martin
Mission Impossible, The Man from U.N.C.L.E and even Dad’s army - there’s no show safe from Tinseltown’s gaze. Irish Times film critic Donald Clarke tells us why erstwhile TV shows are the order of the day.
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