For one night only, there’s a new movie in the style of Batman the Animated Series coming to Cineworld Dublin! A reluctant Batman teams up with Harley Quinn to save the world in Batman and Harley Quinn.
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Jess is an English with Film grad with a healthy respect for the big Blockbusters and other such entertainment 'fluff'. Who says pleasures have to be guilty?
A Step Forward for Gender Equality in the Irish Film Industry
It’s good news for the Irish film industry as Bord Scannán na hÉireann have shown their commitment to reaching full gender parity of funding in the coming years by announcing a number of new initiatives aimed at boosting the number of female-driven film projects applying for and receiving funding.
Baby Driver is an instant classic
Director: Edgar Wright Starring: Ansel Elgort, Kevin Spacey, Jon Hamm, Eiza González, Lily James Running Time: 113 minutes In recent years, trailers have somehow nearly overtaken films in terms of their quality. We spend months looking forward to the big summer movies, assuming that with all the money pumped into them we’re in for something…
We’re gonna need a bigger DeLorean for Retro Drive-In this Summer
Retro Drive-In Movies is bringing Jaws and Back to the Future are coming to Dublin Port as part of the Port’s River Fest this June.
Special Screenings for Lady Macbeth
Special Q&A screenings of Lady Macbeth will be held in Cinema Killarney on the 22nd of April and Light House Cinema Dublin on the 28th of April to mark the film’s Irish release. The only connection to the Shakespearean figure seems to be murder.
Beauty and the Beast Elevated in Live Action
Director: Bill Condon Starring: Emma Watson, Dan Stevens Running Time: 129 minutes It’s risky to revisit any story that people cherish, because going into it their expectations are sky high and their defences might be up. The reason that Harry Potter and the Cursed Child got so much hate isn’t necessarily because it’s bad, it’s because it…
Robert O’Brien talks Dublin’s First IMAX Cinema
Robert O’Brien has been working in the Audio Visual Industry for over 10 years, a love affair that was sparked by his time working in Dublin’s first IMAX Cinema. Sheridan’s theatre was opened in 1998, in the same location where Cineworld currently stands. The iconic cinema was a testament to Dublin’s vibrant film culture which…
Get Hype for Baby Driver
Edgar Wright, director of such delights as Shaun of the Dead and Scott Pilgrim Vs the World, released the trailer and poster for his new movie Baby Driver (coming this summer).
Dominick Evans of FilmDis talks Non-Profit Status
You may or may not be familiar with #FilmDis, a discussion about portrayals of disability in the media facilitated by Dominick Evans (and guests) on Twitter. Dominick is an aspiring filmmaker and passionate disability rights activist. We are delighted to share that FilmDis has recently gained non-profit status as a media monitoring organisation. We asked…
Patriarchy Hurts: Accountability in The Rehearsal and In the Blood
The Rehearsal follows an exclusive, kind of pretentious, acting school for young adults in New Zealand. This runs parallel to the story of a teenage tennis star who sleeps with her Coach, causing a scandal that ripples through the local community. I Blodet (In the Blood) follows a group of four Danish students, trying to navigate through adult life.…