The controversy that has dogged the investigation into the murder of Sophie Toscan du Plantier started on the day her body was found near her holiday home at Drinane,Toormore outside Schull.

(...), most notably, from Marie Farrell.His 2001 review, which was strongly rebuffed by gardaí in a 36-page(...)

 Jules Thomas and Ian Bailey pictured leaving the Four Courts earlier this month. Photograph: Collins.

(...).1993 French film producer, Sophie Toscan du Plantier buys a holiday home in the isolated townland of(...)

The Commitments: ‘The Irish are the blacks of Europe. And Dubliners are the blacks of Ireland. And the northside Dubliners are the blacks of Dublin’

(...) review was scathing. “Many times I felt this book left a lot to be desired – primarily, a book,” it began(...)

An awfully French version of Yorkshire: Hippolyte Girardot and Sandrine Kiberlain in Life of Riley

(...) surprising turns in his career than a declared affection for Yorkshire farceur Ayckbourn. Resnais’ final film(...)

Vogue magazine. As a result, the average stonewashed film fan may find himself approaching Frederic(...)

(...) doesn’t get more accessible than this zany anthology film which arrives with a heap of plaudits and(...)

It’s a shame that Get Hard, a film that sets out to satirise stereotypes, has come under scrutiny(...)

(...) (featuring Moore as a witch) is almost certainly a worse film than Jupiter Ascending (featuring Redmayne as(...)

(...) art film, but, in its lack of experiment, this latest Cinderella does feel positively experimental. We(...)

(...) compromise has been found. The new film fills the extended space comfortably, but you certainly couldn(...)