Clint Eastwood

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On August 21st, 2015, Moroccan national Ayoub El Khazzani boarded a high-speed train headed for Paris, armed with an AK-47, a pistol, a box-cutter and(...)

Suspend your disbelief: Maurice Compte and Gerard Butler  in Den of Thieves. Photograph: STXfilms

Make like Lot’s wife. Don’t think. Eyes in front. Don’t falter. Even the slightest twitch of cranial activity will ruin Christian Gudegast’s silly cap(...)

Bell and Annette Bening in Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool

Paul McGuigan’s persuasive, brilliantly acted Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool confirms that the movie business is a cruel mistress. The picture, bas(...)

Meryl Streep, Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks on the set of “The Post” which portrays   the “Washington Post”’s efforts to publish the Pentagon Papers in 1971. Photograph: Niko Tavernis/Twentieth Century Fox

It is just over a year since Donald Trump blathered his way to an unlikely electoral triumph. It is, thus, surely too soon to assess the cinema of the(...)

Basil Blackshaw’s ‘Laganside at Dusk’

Dublin auctioneer’s Adam’s is to sell UTV’s corporate art collection next month. The Northern Ireland television company is the latest business to div(...)

Cian O’Connor at home in Co Meath. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Dubliner Cian O’Connor is best-known for his showjumping prowess. A regular member of the Irish Nations Cup Team, he won a bronze medal in the London (...)

Sofia Coppola. Photograph: Todd Heisler/The New York Times

Sofia Coppola enters the room noiselessly and unannounced. It’s how she does things. Her outsized dress is insanely fashionable, but low-key. Her soft(...)

David Bourke loves living in rural Denmark, but misses the Irish sense of humour

David Bourke is an Irish filmmaker who lives in Denmark with his family. His latest film, Bakerman, was screened at the Dingle International Film Fest(...)

Shot in muted hues and pale light which make its real location, Dunmore East, look especially serene it is hard to decide whether Redwater is a silly show redeemed by its seriousness, or a serious show alleviated by its silliness

It’s an unusual place, this Redwater (RTÉ, Sunday, 9.30pm), a small Irish seaside town festering with secrets, which still comes together to celebrate(...)

Scott Eastwood: ‘The film business is not a business where, just because your dad is an actor, you get to be an actor. It’s like any other line of work.’ Photograph: Getty

Scott Eastwood greets me with an enthusiastic handshake before chilling back into a cross-legged pose on the couch. I can’t imagine his dad sits this (...)

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