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2786 articles available in total starting from 23/05/2002. Last article published on 20/10/2020.

Cathy Brady • Director of Wildfire

Interview: Cathy Brady • Director of Wildfire

"My intention was not to make a political film"

We sat down with two-time IFTA winner Cathy Brady to find out more about her feature debut, Wildfire  

20/10 | London 2020

Review: Boys from County Hell

Review: Boys from County Hell

In Chris Baugh’s film, the bar is packed with local weirdos who con unscrupulous tourists wishing to pay a visit to the legendary tomb of a local vampire. Fancy a pint?  

20/10 | Sitges 2020

Review: Ammonite

Review: Ammonite

Kate Winslet and Saoirse Ronan play Victorians finding love on rocky Dorset beaches, in Francis Lee’s fine follow-up to God’s Own Country  

19/10 | London 2020

Review: Wildfire

Review: Wildfire

Cathy Brady’s drama looks at the transgenerational psychological impact of The Troubles through the tale of two Irish sisters living under a cloud of grief  

19/10 | London 2020

Damian Mc Carthy  • Director of Caveat

Interview: Damian Mc Carthy • Director of Caveat

“I wanted Caveat to look like an old ghost story”

We talked to Damian Mc Carthy, the director of the UK production Caveat, which opened the IndieCork Film Festival  

13/10 | IndieCork 2020

Review: Herself

Review: Herself

Phyllida Lloyd's third feature is a convincing piece and an uplifting story of empowerment  

12/10 | London 2020

Review: Mangrove

Review: Mangrove

Steve McQueen’s new effort is a stunning depiction of police brutality in Britain, highlighting the problem of institutionalised racism  

08/10 | London 2020

Review: Caveat

Review: Caveat

Damian Mc Carthy’s psychological horror was the opening film of this year’s edition of the IndieCork Film Festival  

08/10 | IndieCork 2020

Review: A Dose of Happiness

Review: A Dose of Happiness

Yana Titova’s self-assured fiction debut is an engaging cautionary tale about addiction  

06/10 | Golden Rose 2020

The Calvert Journal Film Festival ready to launch seven days of free New East cinema online

The Calvert Journal Film Festival ready to launch seven days of free New East cinema online

The international magazine is presenting its first digital film festival showcasing the diverse cinematic talent of Eastern Europe, the Balkans, the Caucasus and Central Asia  

06/10 | Festivals | Awards | UK

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