LOCARNO — Eye on Films, a global network of 40 distributors and 47 festivals, has just made its latest acquisition: the Wide House-sold Nelson Mandela-themed "Plot for Peace." Directed by Carlos…
Unjustly neglected by history, a once-major force in Northern Irish politics is dragged back into the spotlight provided by "Bernadette: Notes on a Political Journey." Offering essential history…
Ever since Element Pictures' "The Guard" premiered at Sundance this year, the Irish shingle has been bucking the nation's unstable economy to become a promising international player.
A crusty jewel of a performance by Brendan Gleeson enlivens a routine crime saga.
A blandly formulaic pic whose boldest stroke is tossing a few swear words into the Irish blarney.
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Performers: Arrested Development, Patti Austin, Tony Bennett, Peabo Bryson, Cirque Du Soleil, Eric Clapton, George Clinton and the P-Funk All-Stars, Natalie Cole, Billy Ray Cyrus & the Sly Dog Band…
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