‘Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile,’ another exploitative true crime drama this time follows Ted Bundy through the eyes of his long term girlfriend Liz – allegedly anyway. Joe Berlinger’s intention was to ‘turn the […]
Roma is an essential, experimental piece of personal filmmaking.
Sitting in the front room with my head tilted at a 90 degree angle, I’d take in all of the classics in front of me. Our bookcase had long since been rebranded as a Video […]
The beginning of the Audi Dublin International Film Festival (ADIFF), saw the Savoy’s red carpet dusted off and rolled out onto O’Connell St on Saturday night for guests and stars to attend the Irish premiere of The Secret Scripture, Jim Sheridan’s latest directorial work has been a long awaited return to his homeland’s material, with this being his first Irish offering in the best part of 20 years. Among the revellers in attendance were stars of the film, Australian actor Eric Bana, Susan Lynch and Sheridan himself. All three partook in a Q&A following the screening, but not before introducing the film to a roar of cheers and whistles, to which Sheridan quipped “I didn’t know Eric Bana was that popular.”