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Ondine

StarringColin FarrellAlicja BachledaDervla Kirwan 

Directed byNeil Jordan

Year: 2009

Plot: An Irish fisherman finds a woman entangled in his nets. 29 more words

Speed-Watch

Life in the Digital Fast Lane

I recently made a presentation at the UCC Textualities Conference 2014 along with twenty or so of my fellow M.A. students in the  Department of English of University College Cork, The presentation was made in fast forward mode, using twenty PowerPoint slides, which rotated every twenty seconds.  484 more words

Blog Posts

The Borgias - Boris Karloff is Back ... and He's Played by Jeremy Irons!

Okay, now I have to also admit to coming late to The Borgias, which was recommended by a colleague, Peter Kitson. Thanks, Peter.

I managed to consume the entire first season in about two or three nights and, while I won’t claim it was the best thing I have ever seen, it made for a fun-filled couple of nights, with more violence and nastiness than you could shake an incense burner at. 349 more words

Entrevista com o Vampiro

por Eliana Ap. Gonçalves de Moraes

Este é um dos filmes que mais amo sobre minhas criaturas prediletas… os vampiros!

Lembro de ter saído do cinema com uma sensação muito doida, me sentindo etérea e flutuante, como se tivesse sido “transformada” em algo diferente, rs.  293 more words

Irish Film and Television Academy Lines Up Stellar Guest List for Awards

LONDON — The Irish Film and Television Academy has announced that guests at its awards ceremony on April 5 will include Neil Jordan, Jim Sheridan, Steve Coogan, Will Forte, Jeremy Irons, Jack Huston and Colm Meaney. 1,132 more words

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Byzantium

por Eliana Ap. Gonçalves de Moraes

Tem duas coisas que gosto em filmes de vampiros, o terror inerente ao gênero e o drama que envolve a história desses seres imortais, quando a melancolia e solidão dessas criaturas é explorada, trazendo-as para mais perto da humanidade perdida há séculos. 290 more words

Byzantium

Byzantium opens with its main character, 16-year-old Eleanor, writing.  Her voice-over explains: “My story can never be told.  I write it over and over whenever we find shelter.”  Already, a contradiction.  596 more words