Danny Huston

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This agreeable genuflection to a pair of pop cultural deities begins with a huge tracking shot through a golden-age film set. It is the mid 1930s and,(...)

James Harkness, Fionn O'Shea, Sophie Reid and Seána Kerslake, Screen International’s Stars of Tomorrow

Seána Kerslake. Fionn O’Shea. Paddy Gibson. Jessie Buckley. Farah Abushwesha. Keep your eyes open for these four young Irish film actors, and one prod(...)

 Whitney Houston performs  at the 2009 American Music Awards  in Los Angeles, California. Photgraph:  Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images

WHITNEY: CAN I BE ME ★★★★ Directed by Nick Broomfield, Rudi Dolezal. Starring Whitney Houston, Bobbi Kristina Brown, Bobby Brown, Robyn(...)

Wonder Woman

WONDER WOMAN ★★★ Directed by Patty Jenkins. Starring Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, Robin Wright, Danny Huston, David Thewlis, Connie Nielsen, Elena Anaya G(...)

Chris Pine and Gal Gadot in Wonder Woman

Imagine that Uncle Frank and Auntie Maureen behaved like pigs when they last stayed for the weekend. They threw up in the shower. They shaved the cat.(...)

Danny Huston in chamber thriller ‘Pressure’, which is being screened as part of the Jameson Dublin International Film Festival.

It beggars belief that Danny Huston didn’t properly commit to acting until he was in his late 30s. It’s not just that he comes from one of Hollywoo(...)

Jack Reynor (Glassland, What Richard Did) at the launch of the Jameson Dublin International Film Festrival. Photograph: Eric Luke

Unstoppable Irish actor Jack Reynor was among the guests who joined Gráinne Humphreys, director of the Jameson Dublin International Film Festival, to(...)

The paintings (and subsequent merchandise) were sold under the name Walter Keane, but were, in fact, produced by his wife, Margaret. This swin(...)

Animated: Robin Wright in The Congress

Ari Folman, director of Waltz with Bashir, follows up that hugely original – and still depressingly relevant – critique of Israeli martial policy with(...)

The Congress: has a wonderful madness all its own
Review: The Congress

When Ari Folman’s follow-up to Waltz with Bashir arrived at Cannes last year, it created al(...)

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