Saturday, September 20, 2014
They say beauty is only skin deep. But that may be little consolation to Ireland’s men, who have been ranked among the ugliest in the world.
The RTÉ broadcast of the 11th Annual Irish Film & Television Awards (Iftas) on Saturday is one to file away under “I” for irony: the award c(...)
Calvary was the big winner at last night’s Irish Film and Television Awards (IFTAs) in Dublin.
The story of a good priest confronting bad(...)
The stars of the Irish television and film industry have arrived for their annual award ceremony tonight in Dublin.
The Irish Film and T(...)
I was standing in a thrift store on Long Island. There were walls and walls of books, but the long-term emigrant’s eye was drawn, in the usual (...)
‘I’ve been in bed for three days so that I could get myself well enough to actually speak,” rasps Terry Gilliam into his tea. Maybe so. But, pr(...)
John Butler’s comedy The Stag and John Michael McDonagh’s state-of-the-nation piece Calvary have topped the charts in the nominations for the upcom(...)
A tendency to say “we’re only having a laugh” when making fun of others often excuses what the butt of the joke considers bullying, the launch (...)
We’ve had this conversation too many times. If there is one genre of fiction that almost never translates successfully to film, it is magic rea(...)
Heads were duly scratched when, aged 17, Imogen Poots was plucked from relative obscurity to star in 28 Weeks Later, the sequel to Danny Boyle’s bo(...)
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