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(...)

Samantha Power: to lead presentation of the overall ‘Press Photographer of the Year’ award.   Photograph: Stephen Kelleghan

A historic visual record of the past Covid-19-dominated year in Ireland is being prepared by press photographers and offered to the State. Members of(...)

It is believed that, in addition to his annual fee, Paddy McKillen also has a stake in any future uplift in the Maybourne group’s value. Photograph: Yui Mok/PA Wire

Property developer Paddy McKillen last year received a £5 million (€5.5 million) management fee from companies controlled by the emir of Qatar for the(...)

Actor Jessie Buckley has been nominated for the recent film Wild Rose and the series The Woman in White and Chernobyl.

The Irish Film and Television Academy (Ifta) has announced its nominations for the Irish Academy Awards. There was no ceremony in 2019 and, as a resul(...)

O’Casey In the Estate follows striving actors from Dublin’s East Wall

Even if you’re a bit fuzzy regarding Seán O’Casey and why he matters, O’Casey In The Estate (RTÉ One, Thursday) is a treat. More than that it’s a balm(...)

Jonathan Harden: ‘The truth is 99 per cent of actors don’t have a salary.’

In 2011, when Jonathan Harden landed his first major role, on Titanic: Blood and Steel, he was in the back of a car making small talk with his acting (...)

Pandemic: the first cases of coronavirus in Gaza were reported in March. Photograph: Mahmud Hams/AFP via Getty

Irish artists have joined international colleagues as signatories to an open letter published yesterday that urges an end to Israel’s siege of Gaza am(...)

Great Irish movies: Eamonn Owens as Francie Brady in The Butcher Boy, directed by Neil Jordan

Best reads of 2020: IN VERY PARTICULAR ORDER, HERE’S OUR (CURRENTLY DEFINITIVE) PICK OF THE GREATEST IRISH MOVIES EVER MADE No sane person (...)

Google’s purchase of the Treasury Building follows over two years of negotiations. Photograph: Eric Luke

Google looks set to grow its Dublin-based workforce even further following the completion this week of its €120 million purchase of the Treasury Build(...)

Google have been in talks relating to the purchase of the Treasury Building since 2017. Photograph: Eric Luke

Google is closing in on the purchase for about €120 million of the Treasury Building on Dublin’s Grand Canal Street. The US-headquartered tech giant’(...)

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