by Gearóid Gibbs

DU Film’s The Film Network is back and bigger than ever! For all those eager to learn the tricks of the trade, the award-winning conference looks to be a promising and informative weekend.

The Film Network, a two-day conference packed with talks, meet & greets and sessions from Ireland’s most talented in the film industry is back, courtesy of Trinity’s DU Film Society. The conference begins on the evening of Friday 19 January … Continue reading DU Film’s The Film Network is back and bigger than ever! For all those eager to learn the tricks of the trade, the award-winning conference looks to be a promising and informative weekend.

A Dublin Christmas: Part One Photography Editor, Robyn Mitchell, compiles a series of photographs that depict Dublin in its most festive moments.

With Christmas just around the corner, Dublin is transforming. Over the last few weeks lights have been strung up all over the place from Grafton Street to Henry Street and towering evergreen trees have decorated well-known spots such as St. … Continue reading A Dublin Christmas: Part One Photography Editor, Robyn Mitchell, compiles a series of photographs that depict Dublin in its most festive moments.

A Big-Budget Descent into Mayhem: “Justice League” Entertaining, fast-paced, expensive and predictable.

●●●○○ ‘Surprisingly pleasant’ is how I would sum up the overall experience of watching Justice League. Predictably action packed, a lot of awkward sexual tension and plenty of great CGI-aided violence. For superhero fans, Justice League ticks many of the … Continue reading A Big-Budget Descent into Mayhem: “Justice League” Entertaining, fast-paced, expensive and predictable.

‘Suburbicon’ Should Have Stayed in the Past George Clooney’s latest foray into directing has proven a flop.

●●○○○ I am disappointed to report that George Clooney’s latest foray into directing has proven a flop, to say the least. With a disjointed plot, and an unsatisfactory commentary on racism in late 1950s America, Suburbicon leaves much to be … Continue reading ‘Suburbicon’ Should Have Stayed in the Past George Clooney’s latest foray into directing has proven a flop.

GAZE LGBT Film Festival Dublin Queer cinema is at home in Dublin in this look at the programme for 2017

Today marks the start of GAZE Dublin’s 25th LGBT film festival. The best contemporary LGBT films will be celebrated at the Light House Cinema in Smithfield this bank holiday weekend. The programme will include documentaries, discussions and retrospective screenings. The … Continue reading GAZE LGBT Film Festival Dublin Queer cinema is at home in Dublin in this look at the programme for 2017