Jacques Rivette's "Va Savoir" and Peter Cattaneo's "Lucky Break" bookended the 42nd Intl. Thessaloniki Film Festival amid a strong showing of regional fare.
Walking through the corporate advertising mecca that is Times Square, you could be forgiven for mistaking a giant Panasonic screen for a video art exhibit. Yet that's what's being screened on…
For first-time filmmakers as well as veterans, the Independent Feature Project Market has long been New York's most important mart for indies. Now in its 23rd year, the event is the ideal sales…
Declan Lowney's new Irish comedy "Wild About Harry," starring Brendan Gleeson, kicks off the Miller 16th Dublin Film Festival, which runs April 20-29. Non-competitive fest will unspool 77 features…
Antonia Bird took the feature drama prize for her Welsh child-abuse telepic "Care" at the 22nd Celtic Film and Television Festival, held March 28-31 in Truro, Cornwall.
Two world premieres bookend the 12th Galway Film Fleadh, held July 11-16. Boasting a 60-feature program, this year's fleadh, or festival, will open with Steve Barron's "Rat" and close with Kevin…
Rhys Powys' end-of-millennium drama "31-12-99," a Welsh feature, won the spirit of the festival award at the 21st Celtic Film and Television Festival, at which Welsh and Irish productions dominated…
Media accountant Ossie Kilkenny has been appointed chairman of the Irish Film Board, replacing acting chair Ann O'Connell, another board member.
At the inaugural Irish Film and Television Awards held Sunday in pubcaster RTE's Dublin studios, the John Boorman-helmed "The General" took two top awards: best film as well as best actor for Brendan…
Taut IRA thriller set in Queens, N.Y., is a solid effort that lifts the lid on underground activities far more authentically than a number of bigger-budget pics have managed. Startlingly downbeat…