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The Jameson Dublin International Film Festival is back for 2015. Established in 2003, the yearly festival has showcased almost 1,500 films from more than 50 countries around the world. For 2015, it takes...
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We've been hearing tell of Whiplash for quite some time now. Ever since its debut at Sundance early in 2014 its been earning rave reviews from all and sundry with its tale of obsession and... drums.It...
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I was lucky enough to catch Donal Foreman's Out of Here at the Jameson Dublin International Film Festival earlier this year and also chatted to the first time feature filmmaker about the movie.It's...
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DIFFpix is a new initiative from the Dublin International Film Festival which is all about bringing more great movie moments to you.For their first event, they decided to find out what Dublin's favourite...
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Dublin has a rich cultural heritage and in recent years that's been added to by a number of film projects which have shot around the city. The movies range from big to small and cover a range of established...
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The filmmaker on small movies, ensemble casts and sibling rivalry. Back in 2011, writer/director John Micheal McDonagh unleashed The Guard on unsuspecting audiences. And the comedy starring Brendan Gleeson...
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The Irish filmmaker on first features, low budgets and plans for the future. Dublin born Donal Foreman grew up making movies – getting his first camera at 11 and making films on VHS with his friends...
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An award to help bring Irish film to a bigger audience. Fresh from picking up the Michael Dwyer Discovery Award from the Dublin Film Critics Circle at JDIFF 2014, young writer/director Donal Foreman has...
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Moriarity was there! The Stag is a new Irish film about a bunch of metrosexual sorts who head off into the wilderness to get in touch with their masculine side when they're forced by a boorish friend....
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The best of the fest! Every year at the Jameson Dublin International Film festival, members of the Dublin Film Critics Circle converge and select their favourite films - then bicker endlessly to try to...
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Social interaction brought to you by Google. The right legendary Terry Gilliam is in Dublin today as part of the Jameson Dublin International Film Festival presenting his all new film The Zero Theorem.The...
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Brendan O'Connor knocks another one out of the park. John Hurt has been knocking around Dublin for a few days now, popping up on the red carpet for Calvary and attending a Q&A for Only Lovers Left...
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Where they'll be this weekend. The Jameson Dublin International Film Festival, 2014 edition, is currently in session - with the 10 day festival kicking off last night via a gala presentation of John Michael...
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At the opening of JDIFF 2014. The stars were out in force last night, despite the bitter cold, for the Irish premiere of Calvary - which also kicked off the 2014 season of the Jameson Dublin International...
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The cast and crew in Dublin for the first showing of the movie. Back in 2011, The Guard from writer/director John Michael McDonagh became the most successful Irish film of all time as audiences went batty...
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Darn the weather! As you may have noticed, the weather is less than good in Ireland these days - with storms causing power outages and making it extremely difficult to walk from one place to the other.Due...
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