Nolan builds & burns Oppenheimer’s Pro-Me Thesis

Director: Christopher Nolan Starring: Cillian Murphy, Robert Downey Jr., Emily Blunt, Matt Damon, Florence Pugh, Josh Hartnett, Casey Affleck, Rami Malek, Bennie Safdie, Kenneth Branagh, Dane DeHaan, Alden Ehrenreich, David Krumholtz, Tom Conti Running Time: 180 minutes The mega-blockbusters of Christopher Nolan have always been works of ambition, and contradiction. Cold crowd pleasers, IMAX on…

Ireland’s first sex worker film festival is currently fundraising

This October will see Red Umbrella Film Festival take place as Ireland’s first-ever sex worker film festival. Taking place 19th – 22nd October 2023 in Dublin, RUFF is organised by a collective of current and former sex workers and aims to be a celebratory as well as informative festival, with films, workshops, panel discussions, and…

North Circular to have theatrical release in New York City

Luke McManus’ multi-award winning journey through Dublin’s history, working-class culture and unbreakable creative spirit will open in New York on Friday, 28th July at DCTV’s Firehouse Cinema. The festival favourite has been around the world recently, including a trip to China, and McManus and some of the musicians featured in the film will be in…

KinoD celebrate anniversary edition this August

KinoD are hosting an international filmmaking event across Dublin on August 11-20. With years of experience in bringing people together in a festival environment to make film, documentary, music, and art, they’ll be celebrating an anniversary edition at the end of the summer for their International Filmmaking Kabaret. KinoD expect up to 150 participants from…

IRISH TV LICENCE ADVERTS RANKED by how funny they are now, you know, considering

The improper management at RTÉ remains the hottest ticket at the box-office this week, with executives of the national broadcaster continuing to be grilled at the Oireachtas today. Public interest and upset remains high ever since the revelation that RTÉ failed to disclose €345,000 worth of payments made to former presenter Ryan Tubridy since 2017. The…

GAZE LGBTQIA International Film Festival back in August

The programme has been announced for the 2023 edition of the GAZE LGBTQIA International Film Festival. Ireland’s biggest queer film festival today unveiled an enormous programme of 115 films from 20+ countries, offering the insight, explorations and experiences of queer stories from all over the world and across history. GAZE 2023 will be taking place…