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Oscars 2017: Best Documentary Feature Shortlist

They also announced the Best Documentary shortlist this past week. Of something like 170 documentaries submitted for the category, they’ve narrowed it down to 15, of which 5 will be nominated. 2,484 more words

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Prince of Nothingwood - Film Review

Prince of Nothingwood – Film Review

Director: Sonia Kronlund
Stars: Qurban Ali, Sonia Kronlund, Salim Shaheen

When you think of Afghanistan, what is the first image that comes into your head? 388 more words

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The Song of Granite - Film Review

The Song of Granite – Film Review by Frank L.

Directed by Pat Collins.
Writers: Pat Collins, Eoghan Mac Giolla Bhride
Stars: Michael O’Chonfhlaola, Macdara Ó Fátharta, Leni Parker… 440 more words

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Jaha’s Promise - Film Review

Jaha’s Promise – Film Review by Frank L.

Directed by Patrick Farrelly and Kate O’Callaghan

Jaha Dukureh, now 27 years old, underwent female genital mutilation (FGM) as a baby in the Gambia. 342 more words

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Condemned To Remember - Film Review

Condemned To Remember – Film Review by Frank L.

Director: Gerry Gregg
Producer: Gerry Gregg
Cast: Tomi Reichental, Jan Gross, Sami Aiyob

Tomi Reichental was born into a Jewish family of farming stock in 1935 in Czechoslovakia in what is now part of Slovakia. 361 more words

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Grace Jones: Bloodlight and Bami - Film Review

Grace Jones: Bloodlight and Bami – Film Review by Frank L

 Director: Sophie Fiennes
Stars: Grace Jones, Jean-Paul Goude, Sly & Robbie

Now in her late sixties, Grace Jones has been around the block for more than a little while. 501 more words

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It's Not Yet Dark - Film Review

It’s Not Yet Dark – Film Review by Pat Viale

Director: Frankie Fenton
Star: Colin Farrell

Frankie Fenton’s directorial début is a moving documentary about fellow Irish film-maker, Simon Fitzmaurice, who has lived with a neurodegenerative disease A.L.S (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis), a form of motor neurone, since 2008. 435 more words

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