Film

2017 In Review

This has been a year of triumphs for African American actors and LGBT+ Cinema, of questionable remakes and of controversies from Affleck to Weinstein…

Make Way For the King

Stephen King is one of the most prolific writers ever, with more than seventy published works to his name (and a further seven under…

Film In Review: It

Andy Muschietti’s highly anticipated adaptation of the Stephen King novel of the same name hit our screens this week, and has been breaking records…

The Graduate: 50 Years On

50 years ago, The Graduate was released and soon became widely regarded as the cinematic epitome of sixties’ suburban America. The 1967 film was…

Film in Review: Atomic Blonde

Dir: David Leitch Cast: Charlize Theron, James McAvoy, John Goodman, Til Schweiger, Eddie Marson, Sofia Boutella & Toby Jones Cert: 16 Runtime: 115 min…

Once Bitten, Twice Shamed

Abortion is possibly the most volatile word in Irish society. Even a simple insinuation can elicit intense responses both sides. Ireland is sandwiched between…

Confessions of a First Time Filmmaker

Richard Wagner, renowned German composer and theatre director, once wrote that ‘the ancient splendour and beauty of Prague, a city beyond compare, left an…