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Jamie Dornan, Ciarán Hinds, Jude Hill and Judi Dench in Belfast. Photograph: Rob Youngson/Focus Features

Kenneth Branagh’s idealisation of his home city before the Fall plays out to some of Van Morrison’s most soothing melodies. Makes sense. We join Belfa(...)

‘I think I’ve been living out of a suitcase since I was about 18,’ says Irish actor Caitriona Balfe

Following a hugely successful decade in modelling, she has risen to stardom on the silver and small screens, and is now tipped for an Oscar (...)

Natasha Lyonne in Russian Doll Season 1. Photograph: Courtesy of Netflix

The big shows I am anticipating in 2022. Ripley (Showtime, sometime in 2022) Patricia Highsmith’s wonderfully creepy sociopath, Tom Ripley, will be e(...)

In September Garth Brooks will rip up a picture of Dublin City Council from the stage at Croke Park and announce he’s doing one hundred nights in a row and nobody can stop him. Photograph: Kevin Mazur/BBMA2020/Getty Images for dcp

Listen, after the two years we’ve just had I’m loath to predict much for 2022 beyond the fact that the following year will be 2023. We’ve held strong,(...)

Jamie Dornan: Belfast is a long way from the critically derided sex trilogy that made the actor famous. Photograph: Charlotte Hadden/New York Times

Jamie Dornan sticks his fingers in the fireplace, fussing with a few stray flakes of ash, searching for something small to concentrate on so he wouldn(...)

Judi Dench, Jude Hill and Ciarán Hinds

To describe Kenneth Branagh’s Belfast, screening at this week’s BFI London Film Festival, as irresistible – and we do – is to suggest there is so(...)

Belfast: Jude Hill in Kenneth Branagh’s new film

Buckle up for a long and angry awards season. At this time of year we traditionally look forward to warming our winter souls with fury at British (and(...)

Col Quinlan also recommended that of the 33 men, five of them should also be awarded the Military Medal for Gallantry (MMG), the Irish army’s highest award.

Only the commanding officer of those involved in the Jadotville siege in the Congo 60 years ago has been recommended for a medal. An independent revi(...)

Jedidiah Goodacre plays a young film star, while Rose Reid is a student on a semester abroad in Finding You

Last week, we heard a few flutters of the pious – ultimately doomed – argument that, when it comes to football tournaments, Ireland will never gain ma(...)

Jessie Buckley and Jesse Plemons in I’m Thinking of Ending Things. Photograph: Netflix

Casting practices in films shot here raise questions about equal opportunities for women in the film industry in Ireland. By allowing the double-sta(...)

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