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Mammal: A Gritty, Controversial, Tale of Love & Grief

The last of the credits have rolled at Sundance 2016, the awards have been handed out, and I am shattered. In ten days I saw 13 films, which is nothing compared to some of my friends and colleagues (who saw upwards of 20+). 428 more words

In An Irish Home

14 and 15 of 366: Youth and Muriel's Wedding

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I took a break from movies on Thursday to catch up on the latest season of New Girl and The Bachelor like a girl just has to do sometimes. 687 more words

Cinema

Irish film 'Mammal' selected for two of Europe’s most prestigious festivals

The Irish feature film Mammal starring Academy Award® nominated and Golden Globe® winning actress Rachel Griffiths (‘Six Feet Under’, Muriel’s Wedding) and rising Irish star Barry Keoghan (‘Love/Hate’, ’71) continues its run of festival selections with the news that it will have its European premiere at the International Film Festival Rotterdam in the Netherlands and that it is also selected for Gothenburg International Film Festival in Sweden which is Scandinavia’s largest film event.                          204 more words

Culture & Arts

I think baseball - the baseball genre - is this mitt, to use a...

I think baseball – the baseball genre – is this mitt, to use a double pun there, to catch a whole bunch of themes. – Rachel Griffiths: … 6 more words

Rachel Griffiths

Saving Mr Banks

Ginty Goff (played by Annie Rose Buckley) is a happy little girl with golden curls and an infectious giggle. She lives a carefree life in Australia with her banker father Travers Goff (by Colin Farrell) and her mother Margaret (by Ruth Wilson). 488 more words

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Muriel's Wedding (1994)

This is one of these movies that apparently everyone has seen, but has not deeply spread through the general consciousness. I, in fact, did not know that a) it took place in Australia, and b) it starred Toni Collette. 302 more words

First Look: Kellan Lutz & Daniel MacPherson in Sci-Fi Action 'SFv1'

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In addition to Lutz and MacPherson cast includes: Isabel Lucas, Rachel Griffiths, Grace Huang, Temuera Morrison, Firass Dirani, Zoe Ventoura and Luke Ford. 26 more words

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