Five Irish directors invited by Korea's Busan Intl. Film Festival to discuss their country's industry ended up talking about the dominance of the U.S. over the international biz.
Since his eye-catching debut with "Adam and Paul" in 2004, Lenny Abrahamson has been tipped as the most likely Irish director to follow Neil Jordan and Jim Sheridan onto the international A-list.
Nothing's quite as it seems in "Dream House," an initially teasing variation on the haunted-house movie that pivots in a radically different, uninspired direction.
Susanne Bier's emotional melodrama becomes a lesser thing in Jim Sheridan's English-language remake.
After tackling rough Irish-themed true-life subjects in "In the Name of the Father" and "The Boxer," Jim Sheridan is turning his attention to notorious Boston mobster and FBI informant Whitey Bulger.
A sweetly benign look at the immigrant experience, "In America" is Jim Sheridan's semiautobiographical account of his family's arrival in New York from Ireland two decades ago. Compared to the many…
A kind of "Enfants Terribles," Irish-style, "Disco Pigs" reps an interesting but flawed feature debut by Kirsten Sheridan that remains perilously poised between the poetic and the whimsical, and only…
The third collaboration between director Jim Sheridan and actor Daniel Day-Lewis, "The Boxer" is an involving but rather prosaic report from the Belfast front with a melancholy undertow of romantic…