5 things movies show us could be worse to come out of the Dublin-New York Portal than a lad showing hole

5 things movies show us could be worse to come out of the Dublin-New York Portal than a lad showing hole

A portal to another world has suddenly appeared in Dublin. And while that other world may just be New York City, any self-respecting film fanatic knows that when a portal suddenly appears, it’s time to take notice. There may be great danger, or a flimsy excuse for a listicle, on the edge of emerging. Since…

Here’s what’s on in Dublin for the Japanese Film Festival Ireland in April

Here’s what’s on in Dublin for the Japanese Film Festival Ireland in April

All through April, the Japanese Film Festival Ireland returns to spread the latest in Japanese cinema across the island of Ireland. With a collection of films showing in Cork, Dublin, Dundalk, Galway, Limerick, Sligo, Waterford and Wexford from 9 – 27th April, JFF24 has a busy month ahead. We’ve picked out the films that are…

An elevated cinema experience arrives as Dublin International Film Festival 2024 programme launches

An elevated cinema experience arrives as Dublin International Film Festival 2024 programme launches

The full programme for the 2024 edition of the Dublin International Film Festival has arrived. From 22nd February to 2nd March, a huge selection of films will be screened, guests will be celebrated and audiences will be engaged by the biggest festival in the fair city of film. Creating unique and unforgettable memories for all lovers of film, Dublin…

GORM and Gal Pal Collective align for AJOYO

GORM and Gal Pal Collective align for AJOYO

An anticipated collaboration between The GALPAL Collective and GORM will take place this weekend. Celebrating Black Filmmakers this Black History Month, their ‘AJOYO’ has officially sold out. Their inaugural collaboration will take place on Saturday October 21st at Fuel HQ on Camden Street. Following the success of their sold out “Directed by Her” screening for…

What to see for in Dublin for National Cinema Day 2023

What to see for in Dublin for National Cinema Day 2023

National Cinema Day is back again, to the delight of cinema’s accountants everywhere and the resignation of their floor staff (please be kind this weekend). This Saturday 2nd September, cinemas across Ireland will have tickets reduced to just €4 (RSP) including Premium seats, screens and 3D screenings. This includes hits currently in cinemas like Barbie…

Fall in love with Fallout season at the IFI this July

Fall in love with Fallout season at the IFI this July

The Irish Film Institute has taken the nuclear option for programming this summer. Their Fallout season runs July 1st – 30th, with a selection of films providing an international perspective on arms ahead of Oppenheimer. This July, the Irish Film Institute has curated Fallout, a season of films and documentaries exploring the international perspectives on the subject…