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Jameson Dublin International Film Festival 2015

If I’m at home on a Saturday afternoon, I will usually be listening to Movies and Musicals on Lyric FM. Not only do they play beautiful film scores and jolly songs from… 1,261 more words

Festivals

Non-Review Review: The Canal

This film was seen as part of the Jameson Dublin International Film Festival 2015.

Ghosts are all around us.

As the opening scene of… 1,132 more words

Review

JDIFF Review - The Salt of the Earth

Wim Wenders teams with Juliano Ribeiro Salgado to take a look back over the life and career of photographer Sebastião Salgado, who has travelled the world for over 40 years, documenting humanity. 393 more words

Movie

JDIFF Review - The Falling

Abbie (Florence Pugh) and Lydia (Maisie Williams) are best friends, and each other’s voice of friendship and reason at the strict school they attend. Although they do almost everything together, Abbie is worldly in a way Lydia is not, and after tragedy strikes, Lydia finds herself at the centre of a mysterious fainting epidemic that befalls the school. 369 more words

Cinema Review

Copyriot in Cell Block 6

One day before the screening of LET US PREY, the spectacularly bloody horror film Fiona and I co-wrote, at the Jameson Dublin International Film Festival (a lovely fest: fond memories of seeing my other blockbusters NATAN and, er, … 708 more words

FILM

Non-Review Review: Dennis Rodman's Big Bang in Pyongyang

This film was seen as part of the Jameson Dublin International Film Festival 2015.

Dennis Rodman’s Big Bang in Pyongyang tells a story that would seem almost too absurd or too far-fetched if it were a scripted drama. 819 more words

Review

JDIFF Review - Iris

Albert Maysles’ penultimate film focuses on the day to day life of legendary New York fashion icon Iris Apfel, as she continues to work at the age of 90. 391 more words

Movie